Monday, September 01, 2014

So that explains the windmill.




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Paul (2011)

650 ESQHD: Monday, September 1 8:00 PM [ 01 September 2014 Pacific Time USA ]

2011, R, **1/2, 01:44, Color, English, GBR/USA,

On a pilgrimage to America's UFO heartland, two British sci-fi geeks (Simon Pegg, Nick Frost) meet an extraterrestrial and hatch a plan to help him return to his spaceship.

Cast: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Seth Rogen, Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig




































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Paul (2011)

Release Info

UK 14 February 2011
USA 18 March 2011











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Under the Dome (New)

102 KREMDT: Monday, September 1 10:00 PM [ 01 September 2014 Pacific Time USA ]

Science fiction

The Fall

Big Jim finally learns what happened to his wife, Pauline; Chester's Mill faces a new threat -- climate change.

Cast: Mike Vogel, Rachelle Lefevre, Dean Norris, Eddie Cahill, Alexander Koch, Nicholas Strong, Colin Ford, Mackenzie Lintz, Karla Crome Director(s): Eriq La Salle Executive Producer(s): Neal Baer, Stephen King, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Stacey Snider, Brian K. Vaughan

Original Air Date: Sep 01, 2014



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 8:49 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Monday 01 September 2014

The Fall




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The Spokesman-Review


August 31, 2014 in City, Region

Hot harbinger: Torrid summer a glimpse into region’s future

Mike Prager The Spokesman-Review


Abatzoglou, at the University of Idaho, said the most vulnerable part of the Inland Northwest landscape in coming years will be the transition zone between grassland and forest. Fire and insect infestations could be so devastating that natural ecology may not be able to re-establish itself.

“The east slopes of the Cascades are very vulnerable,” he said.

The forests of North Idaho are less threatened because rain and snowfall patterns should keep them relatively moist in coming years, he said.

In addition to fires, wind and inconsistent downpours, the heat this summer worsened a developing drought that now extends from the east slopes of the Cascades across the Columbia Basin to the edge of Spokane County, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.

Wheat yields are down an estimated 30 percent, farmers reported.

Climate scientists said dry-land cereal crops will be vulnerable to drought under global warming.

Atmospheric sciences professor Cliff Mass of the University of Washington summed up the situation on his blog earlier this month. He compared this summer to a midrange scenario for global warming, and said “this is like advancing 30 to 50 years into the future.”

“So this summer you are getting an idea of the conditions you or your children will experience in approximately 2050.”



































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Bart Gets Famous

Original airdate in N.A.: 3-Feb-94


Blackboard :- My homework was not stolen by a one-armed man.


In fourth grade, the entire class stares at Bart, grinning silently. Even Mrs. Krabappel does so.

Bart: Uh...I never thought I'd say this, but shouldn't we be learning something?

Milhouse: Say the line, Bart!

Bart: [sighs] I didn't do it.

Everyone: Yay!



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 7:31 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Monday 01 September 2014

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Under the Dome Season 2 Episode 7

Going Home

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Aug 11, 2014 on CBS

Episode Recap


Barbie regains consciousness and finds himself lying on a playground next to a slide. He spots the Zentih obelisk and realizes that he has somehow returned to his hometown. As he walks down the street, Barbie spots a sign for Aktaion Energy with a reference to the Dome.










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Saturday, April 6, 2002

Valley incorporation

100 years of Valley life

A Spokane Valley timeline


1992

Employees at Halpin's Pharmacy, a 50-year business fixture in the Valley, bought the store from longtime owners Frank Terhaar and Gary Christensen through an employee stock ownership plan. All 35 Halpin's employees participated in the deal.

1993

Representatives of several neighborhood associations that actively fought development proposals on their own formed Valley Allied Neighborhoods, in order to share information and expertise in dealing with community growth issues.

1994

A new Albertson's supermarket opened on East Trent Avenue on a site formerly occupied by West Valley High School and, later, Argonne Junior High. A year later, the West Valley High Class of '45 celebrated its 50-year reunion at the supermarket.

1995

The Valley's Walk in the Wild Zoo, once described by a national magazine as the worst zoo in the United States, closed. An effort to build a new facility at Silverwood theme park in North Idaho, and move the animals there, failed and the animals were eventually euthanized or moved to other zoos.

1996

After a decade of planning and positioning by competing shopping center developers, Salt Lake City-based JP Realty won the Valley mall war and broke ground near Sullivan Road and Interstate 90 for the new Spokane Valley Mall. A year later, more than 3,000 opening-day shoppers checked out the new stores and the towering palm trees lining the mall.










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Lisa the Skeptic

Original Airdate on FOX: 23-Nov-1997


% In the classroom, Skinner makes an announcement over the intercom.

Attention, all honour students will be reward with a trip to an archaeological dig. [The honour students cheer]. Conversely, all dentention students will be punished with a trip to an archaeological dig. [The detention students boo].


% Soon enough, the field trip is underway. Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney are
% pick-axing into the ground, wearing prisoner-style outfits.

[singing as if doing prison-like chores]

Jimbo: Gonna dig me a whole..

Dolph & Kearney: Gonna dig me a whole..

Jimbo: Gonna put a nerd in it..

Dolph & Kearney: Gonna put a nerd in it..










2004 film "Dawn of the Dead" DVD video:


CJ: [to Kenneth] You can take your ass over to the Quality Inn if it's still there, Shaq! Huh? You want to do that?



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 06:41 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Monday 01 September 2014

Under The Dome























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JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 03:25 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 20 July 2014 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2014/07/veradale.html


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A Tree Grows in Springfield


But come outside and see the miracle.
Has the myPad risen? No, it's still where you buried it.
(Flanders humming) Here it is, the Holy Ooze.
This is your miracle










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A Tree Grows in Springfield (2012)

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Kent Brockman: This is Kent Brockman vowing to debunk this so-called miracle. The idiotic things people believe in. Up next, stay tuned for your winning lottery numbers! It's your turn for sure!










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Taxodium distichum

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Taxodium distichum (bald cypress, baldcypress, bald-cypress, cypress, southern-cypress, white-cypress, tidewater red-cypress, Gulf-cypress, red-cypress, or swamp cypress) is a deciduous conifer that grows on saturated and seasonally inundated soils of the Southeastern and Gulf Coastal Plains of the United States.


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Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Quotes


Belloq: All your life has been spent in pursuit of archaeological relics. Inside the Ark are treasures beyond your wildest aspirations. You want to see it opened as well as I.










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Charlie's Angels Season 1 Episode 0

Pilot

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Mar 21, 1976 on ABC

AIRED: 3/21/76










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: Posted by H.V.O.M at 12:55 PM Friday, December 09, 2011


She never did speak in the dream and after she handed me the cup she went back to her desk which was behind me and the sofa and she continued working on some documents.


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The Simpsons

Thank God, It's Doomsday


And look! Here is America's favorite waste of taxpayer dollars-- the Blue Angels! What the? The Blue Angels? I thought we were getting Charlie's Angels.
Oh, God! We're going down! I don't wanna die next to Kathy Griffin! The stars are falling to the Earth! Just as you predicted.
Well, that's our show for tonight.
I'd like to thank all the very talented people who broke my fall.
To all the fans of Los Lobos, mucho, mucho condolences.
Good night, everybody! Homer, you were right! That must mean you were right about the Rapture, too.
Yeah, I was wondering if you could help save my soul.
I've done stuff I ain't proud of, and the stuff I am proud of is disgusting.
What are we supposed to do on Wednesday? Lie naked on our roof? Cause that girl's school says I can't do that no more.
When the time comes, we won't be in our homes, because we're all gonna go here! That's Springfield Mesa.
It's 15 miles north, past the Warren Harding Memorial Through-hole!










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From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 5/8/2005 is 14432 days



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From 3/31/2003 ( the City of Spokane Valley incorporated ) To 5/8/2005 is 769 days

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From 3/1/1937 ( premiere US film "Circus Girl" ) To 9/4/1976 ( the unpublished true birthdate of Destiny's Child singer Beyonce Knowles ) is 14432 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 5/8/2005 is 14432 days



From 3/1/1937 ( premiere US film "Circus Girl" ) To 9/4/1976 ( George Walker Bush the purveyor of illegal drugs strictly for his personal profit including the trafficking of massive amounts of cocaine into the United States arrested again by police in the United States ) is 14432 days

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The Simpsons Season 16 Episode 19

Thank God, It's Doomsday

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 08, 2005 on FOX

AIRED: 5/8/05










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The Winning Team (1952)

Release Info

USA 20 June 1952 (New York City, New York)



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The Winning Team (1952)

Full Cast & Crew


Ronald Reagan ... Grover Cleveland Alexander










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The Simpsons

Thank God, It's Doomsday


I wish you'd come to church with us, sweetheart.
Church? I'd rather play golf on the holiest day of the week.
Finally, a character I can relate to.
I bet good things happen to him.
But, honey, with recent troubles in the Mideast and other ominous signs, the Rapture could soon be upon us.
The Rapture? Easy there, Helen.
Science has shown religion is just an old wives' tale.
I'm sorry, but the only thing I'm praying for is that you take it easy on our credit cards.
Oh, Mr.
Thompson what if your wife finds out? Hey, it's modern times.
Everyone's doing it.
Where did my Christian limo driver go? My pious husband is missing! The baby I chose to have baptized is gone! Mr.
Thompson, what's happening?! It's the Rapture, Shawna.
The Rapture.
The virtuous have gone to heaven, and the rest of us have been left below! Left below? Where have I heard that before?










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The Well (1951)

Release Info

USA 10 September 1951










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The Simpsons

Thank God, It's Doomsday


Listen, could you do me one more favor? You want me to help you with your alcoholism? No, I'm in a good place with that.
Why don't you just take these pamphlets? Yeah, I'll definitely read those later.
Now, listen, if you could just see your way clear to Very well.
Deus ex machina! It was all just a dream.
What are these wings? It's just a seagull stuck in my back.
Dad, we've been so worried about you! The Warren Harding Through-Hole never seemed so long.










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3 Ring Circus (1954)

Release Info

USA 22 December 1954 (Los Angeles, California)



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3 Ring Circus (1954)

Plot Summary


Another movie with Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin. Jerry and Pete are two friends with no money, looking for some job. They finally find one as workers in a circus, but Jerry has different dreams. He wants to become a clown



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3 Ring Circus (1954)

Full Cast & Crew


Dean Martin ... Peter 'Pete' Nelson
Jerry Lewis ... Jerome F. 'Jerry' Hotchkiss










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The Mod Squad (1999)

Release Info

USA 17 March 1999 (premiere)










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Circus Girl (1937)

Release Info

USA 1 March 1937










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The Simpsons

Thank God, It's Doomsday


Homer, what's wrong? Lord, you got a first-class-destination resort here.
Really topnotch.
But I can't enjoy myself knowing my family is suffering.
Don't tell me about family suffering.
My Son went down to Earth once.
I don't know what you people did to Him, but He hasn't been the same since.










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Tom Clancy

Rainbow Six


CHAPTER 6

TRUE BELIEVERS


Shiva, she thought. Yes, the most complex and interesting of the Hindu gods, by turns the Destroyer and the Restorer, who controlled poison meant to destroy mankind, and one of whose consorts was Kali, the goddess of death herself.










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: posted by H.V.O.M at 8:28 PM Thursday, September 15, 2005


In this dream last night though, there is something about my nieces. One of them has bought the house and will live there now. This is one of ten houses that one of ten nieces is getting. Not sure what that means, I only have two nieces. So anyway, I have two cars parked outside. One is that Mazda RX-7, and just like re-discovering the house in the prior dreams, this car is suddenly mine again and I am very happy to see it. I faced a dilemma though about how to get two cars back to my place, whereever that was. There is a lot of food in one car and I am transferring it from one to the RX-7. It was dark. Then I found myself at what seemed to be my own place in the country, the grass was very high. Never seen this place before, but there seems to be something slightly familiar about it. Next image I remember is my Jeep blocking the entrace of my driveway. But the postman has driven around it and is delivering the mail. He has a lot to deliver. At one point, he walks up to the house, or the garage, but I do not talk with him. Before this, I had been walking around the property and there are a lot of other buildings with purposes I don't know but they have a lot of objects, tools and such, cluttered around. I am standing on the porch about to go in and a woman throws open a hatch on the porch and starts climbing up from under the porch. She is carrying a fishing tackle box and something else I don't recognize. She is a scientist or something. She is on some kind of expedition to go out and cause frogs, I think it was, to contract the "mumps." I don't know why she was doing it, but she said they weren't doing it themselves. I woke up at this point and I could hear some loud-mouth in another room on this floor talking loudly next to his window about how he never contracted the mumps when he was a kid even though he had actually tried to contract it by getting into bed with someone that had the mumps.

I'm not sure if this dream happened after I went back to sleep or it had occured earlier, but I was in that unfamilar house there in the country and I was trying to get ready. I was meeting some family members in town for lunch but I kept getting interrupted. At one point, the clock read 1:38 pm but I had to be there at 2pm and I had not even showered or shaved yet. I didn't know how to get in touch with them to let them know I would be late.

The other dream I had was about fighting some kind of aliens. I'm not sure if this dream happened before the one I wrote about above or if it happened later. In this dream, I am still in the Navy, but I am wearing some kind of camoflauge uniform, maybe army or marines. These aliens have invaded a subway and there are a lot of travelers around in danger. I am about to drop from exhaustion after 36 hours of fighting, we have been retreating and I am separated from the other soldiers. I am carrying two heavy packs, trying to find another unit to group up with, with passengers stream through the facility, they are even getting on the trains as some of them are still coming through. I have lost my rifle somewhere. I still have plenty of ammo, but I can't find a rifle. A woman at a coffee kisok says something to me that I don't remember, she has dried blood on her hands as she is preparing coffee. Then I am outside and I have found an armory where I get another rifle. I start heading back to the subway. A woman drives up in a car and asks me if I am who she thinks I am. But I can't remember seeing her actually in the car, all I can remember is seeing her buried in the dirt with only her talking face exposed. That is all I remember.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 15 September 2005 excerpt ends]










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Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Quotes


Belloq: It's a transmitter, a radio for speaking to God.





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Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Quotes


Indiana: You want to talk to God? Let's go see him together, I've got nothing better to do.





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Raiders of the Lost Ark


:43:17
Jones, do you realize what the Ark is?

:43:21
It's a transmitter. It's a radio for speaking to God.

:43:25
And it's within my reach.

:43:29
You want to talk to God?

:43:32
Let's go see him together.
I've got nothing better to do!

:43:37
Doctor Indy! Come back home now!

[ Uncle Indy? ]

:43:43
Next time, Indiana Jones, it will
take more than children to save you.










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The Prince of Wales meets Kenadee Stephenson during a visit to Highbury Gardens in north London, a residential development completed with help from The Prince's Foundation for Building Community, 12 February 2013.










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The Twilight Zone

Little Girl Lost


Bill? Bill, this is chris.
Can you come over to the house right away? I'm sorry, bill, this is an emergency.
Tina has disappeared.
No, no, she hasn't been kidnapped.
Tina is tina is here but she's not here.
Bill, for crying out loud, will you get over here?! Hurry.
Shouldn't we wake her? Bill's coming over, honey.
Bill? Well, he's a physicist.
Maybe he can help us out.
I don't know, i couldn't think of anything else.










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Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Quotes


Major Eaton: Now just what does that mean to you... 'Tanis'?

Indiana: Tanis is one of the possible resting places of the Lost Ark.

Colonel Musgrove: The Lost Ark?

Indiana: Yeah, the Ark of the Covenant. The chest the Hebrews used to carry the Ten Commandments around in.

Major Eaton: Alright now, what do you mean the Ten Commandments, you're talking about THE Ten Commandments?

Indiana: Yes, the actual Ten Commandments. The original stone tablets that Moses brought down out of Mount Horeb and smashed, if you believe in that sort of thing. Didn't you guys ever go to Sunday School?










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IMDb


Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Quotes


Major Eaton: Now what does this Ark look like?

Indiana: Uh... there's a picture of it right here.

[opens a book on the table]

Indiana: That's it.

[they all look at an illustration of the Hebrews devastating their enemy with the Ark]

Major Eaton: Good God!

Brody: Yes, that's just what the Hebrews thought.

Colonel Musgrove: [pointing to a beam of light] Uh, now what's that supposed to be coming out of there?

Indiana: Lightning. Fire. Power of God or something.










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 8:34 PM Pacific Time Seattle USA Sunday 24 March 2013 http://hvom.blogspot.com/2013/03/cletus-whats-that-tree-say.html

Homeless Veteran Of Microsoft

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013

"Cletus, what's that tree say?"


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 24 March 2013 excerpt ends]










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The Gene Autry Show Season 1 Episode 18

The Fight At Peaceful Mesa

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Nov 19, 1950 on CBS

AIRED: 11/19/50



































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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

Thank God, It's Doomsday


Hang on there, big fella! We'll save ya! This ain't personal.
I just love to scrimshaw.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0035819/releaseinfo

IMDb


Don Winslow of the Coast Guard (1943)

Release Info

USA 6 April 1943



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Don Winslow of the Coast Guard (1943)

Full Cast & Crew


Don Terry ... Cmdr. Don Winslow



































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JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 7:01 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Monday 11 August 2014 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2014/08/cats-and-doors.html


Cats and doors.


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IMDb


Memorable quotes for

I Am Legend (2007)


[speaking of the mannequin at the DVD store]

Neville: What should I say? You wanna see some infected rats?


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 11 August 2014 excerpt ends]










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

Thank God, It's Doomsday


Homer, you didn't touch your second dinner tonight, and you're reading books.
Word books! What's going on? Marge, the Rapture is nigh.
These books will help me figure out how nigh.
This whole deal is scientifically proven.
The Book of Revelations has 404 verses Add the number of people at the Last Supper minus the number of Filipinos in the Bible And you get Three million, one hundred and That's when the Rapture will begin! May 18th? That's one week from today.
A week? That's Seven days from now! The world will end next week! Spend your children's college fund! Thaw that turkey now! This is Kent Brockman reporting live from downtown Springfield, where overweight doomsayer Homer Simpson is predicting the world will end next Wednesday! Homer, what turned you from sad drunk to mad monk? Funny story, Kent It's the end of the world! God loves you! He's gonna kill you! Here's my angle-- there's no way in God's Heaven I should get into God's Heaven, but maybe He'll let me in, if I warn others the Apocalypse is coming-- as I previously shouted.





































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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088763/quotes

IMDb


Back to the Future (1985)

Quotes


George McFly: Now, Biff, don't con me.

Biff Tannen: [stammering] I'm sorry, Mr. McFly. I-I meant I was just starting on the second coat.

George McFly: Biff. What a character. Always trying to get away with something. I've had to stay on top of Biff ever since high school.





























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Springfield! Springfield!


Under the Dome

The Red Door


Okay, either you go or you get caught.
It's your choice.
That tunnel that led us from Chester's Mill was hidden behind a locker or something.
Is that it? That wasn't there before.





























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- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 05:44 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Monday 01 September 2014

Sunday, August 31, 2014

REAL BAD.




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excite tv


The Simpsons (Repeat)

618 FXXPHD: Sunday, August 31 2:00 PM [ 31 August 2014 Pacific Time USA ]

Sitcom, Animated

500 Keys

After finding the keys to every door in Springfield, Lisa finds a hidden room beneath the elementary school.

Cast: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer, Pamela Hayden, Tress MacNeille Executive Producer(s): James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean

Original Air Date: May 15, 2011










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


It was this or a Porsche! (exclaiming) (school bell ringing) (Barney belches) (whistle blows) (yells) (playing the blues) (tires screech) D'oh! (tires screeching) (grunts) I love your low prices, but why did these weddings get cancelled? Returned because of a fight over the prenup.
Aw That one there-- bride's dad made a racist toast.
(clicking tongue) She wanted a cake with blue rosettes, he slept with her sister.
Cake, will you do me the honor of making my stomach the happiest bag of acid in the world? You will?! (horns honking) Time for a shortcut.
(tires screeching) Woo-hoo! Dad, the cake! Dad, our lives! Fine.
(bleating) Uh-oh, they've got the right-of-way! Morning.
Guten Tag.
(all sigh) (humming) (tapping) Who's alone in the vehicle? Maggie's locked in! With the keys! HOMER: Oh! What's wrong? Uh, first the good news.
Two of your kids are not locked in the car.
Maggie! (screams) (sighs) (yawns) We've got to get her out of there! Babies aren't supposed to sleep on their stomach on a cake.
Okay, okay, the spare key is somewhere in here.










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


Wow! The guys at the AA meeting will never believe this.
Oh, my God, there's the fire brewer.
The beech wood ager! The rat filter! (rats squeaking) The Duff blimp! Oh, how I'd love to drive that thing! (gasps) Really, Duff blimp? You really want me to? Oh, what the hell.
Life is made to be lived.
I've been buttoned down too long! (laughs) (laughs) Hey, Homer, I really had you going there, huh? Homer? When we see each other again, you'll be an old man and I'll be a baby!










http://www.snpp.com/episodes/2F15.html

Lisa's Wedding

Original airdate in N.A.: 26-Mar-95


Lisa walks up to Hugh.

Lisa: That's the book I need. You'll probably take forever with it, too.

Hugh: I can read faster than you.

Lisa: I read at a 78th grade level.

Hugh: [opens book, slaps it on a table] Right here!

[they both read frantically]

Lisa: [much later] Finish this page?

Hugh: Ages ago.

Lisa: Grr...

Hugh: I'll get the dictionary.

Lisa: Why?

Hugh: You'll see when you get there










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


Could this key open? Get thee behind me Namuche! That's the Buddhist Satan.
Let's give it a shot.
No problem; just some cobwebs.
(screams) (gasps) I've discovered a mystery wrapped in a riddle in the basement of a lousy school! It's like five classrooms in one.
A science room, student lounge, mathnasium.
(gasps) An experimental theater all set for a production of Samuel Beckett's Endgame.
(gasps) A pull-down map of nothing? And this ruler is unmarked, and the tabs on this pop-up book have no effect.
And this tooth has no dentin! Everything is fake.
What is going on?! Mother, it is my birthday, not our anniversary.
Principal Skinner, do you know anything about a bizarre hidden classroom underneath the school? Mother, I have work to do.
Well, it's work if they pay you.
They say they're going to.
Lisa, I know every moldy inch of this unaccredited school, but I have never seen such a thing as you describe.
It's real! I can show you.
Well, I have a very busy schedule, but Myra, cancel all my appointments.
You're just pressing a Mento.
Very true.
Okay, let's go.
Hmm.










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


Maybe this key will be the key to putting the "key" in anarchy.
Last place anybody would expect to see a moon: the sky.
(chuckles) (people gasping) Ow! (howling) MATRONS: Why, we never! (sighs) Good-bye, cruel world! (grunts) I'm alive! And you're my naked fairy-god-boy.










From 8/1/1946 ( the Atomic Energy Commission established ) To 4/9/1986 ( --- ) is 14496 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 7/11/2005 is 14496 days



From 7/19/1989 ( Bill Gates-Microsoft-George Bush kills 111 passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 232 and destroys the United Airlines Flight 232 aircraft because I was a passenger of United Airlines Flight 232 as United States Navy Petty Officer Second Class Kerry Wayne Burgess and I was assigned to maintain custody of a non-violent offender military prisoner of the United States ) To 7/11/2005 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the George W. Bush remarks at FBI National Academy Quantico Virginia as scheduled severe criminal and global terrorism activity against the United States of America ) is 5836 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/25/1981 ( premiere US TV series "Today's F.B.I." ) is 5836 days



[ See also: http://hvom.blogspot.com/2014/03/new-york-undercover.html ]
[ See also: http://hvom.blogspot.com/2014/08/the-island-2005.html ]



http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=73894


George W. Bush [ RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 ]


Remarks at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia

July 11, 2005

Thanks for the warm welcome. It's my pleasure to be back here at Quantico, the FBI Academy. I'm honored to be with so many courageous men and women who have stepped forward to protect our Nation.

Today, we are fighting a global war on terror. And here at Quantico, you're training and retraining for a critical mission, and that's to defend our homeland. You're fighting the terrorists who wish to harm us. You're breaking up their cells. You're disrupting their financing. You are stopping them before they can strike our country and kill our citizens. Your work is difficult. It is dangerous. I want you to know how much your country appreciates you, and so do I.



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The Island (2005)

Release Info

USA 11 July 2005 (New York City, New York) (premiere)










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


Lisa Simpson may be onto us.
I oversee 14 schools, Seymour, and for some reason, I always find myself talking to you about one of the Simpsons kids! Now Oh, my God, there she is.
Act natural.
Act natural! Oh.
Oh, hello, student.
Um, we were just standing here discussing how we have no, uh, secrets.
And nothing to hide.
I'll just take that key back now.
What? No! Give me that! (both grunting) Ah! Backing away from something, Lisa? (Homer screaming) I've got to get back in that room, but Skinner took away the only key.
What would Nancy Drew do? Oh, don't you worry.
I'll get my friends The Hardy Boys to help.
(gasps) Extra! Read all about it! Lisa's a liar! Pants on fire! (Lisa groans) (siren wailing) Pull over before somebody gets hurt! HOMER: So long, suckers! Oh! Oh, the Zoomanity!










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The Simpsons (TV Series)

500 Keys (2011)

Quotes


Bart Simpson: [after Lisa and Homer fall of the Duff blimp] There's nothing I can do to save my sister, the blimp, or this airship.










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


I've got to get back in that room, but Skinner took away the only key.
What would Nancy Drew do? Oh, don't you worry.
I'll get my friends The Hardy Boys to help.
(gasps) Extra! Read all about it! Lisa's a liar! Pants on fire! (Lisa groans) (siren wailing) Pull over before somebody gets hurt! HOMER: So long, suckers! Oh! Oh, the Zoomanity! Aha! Hi, my name is Lisa Simpson.
Ah, yes, the Simpsons: a notch and a bump, two notches and a bump.
That's us.
Do you think you could reproduce the key in this photo? Yeah, but it's gonna cost ya.
How much? $1.
85.
If you want that little plastic ring around it, now that's gonna cost you another seven cents.
Keep the change.
Yes, ma'am! (school bell rings) (kids chattering excitedly) How did this bookshelf get here so fast? I bet it's shoddy.
What do you think of that, Nancy Drew? Geez, they're dropping like flies.
"The children are on bus 23.
" (screams) (gasps) (groans) I'm so sick of keys.










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


You know anything about Bus 23? Whoa, Goldilocks! You best be leaving those bowls of porridge alone.
There's only one bed that's just right for me, the bed with the truth in it.
Which is probably the third one.
All right, I'll tell you.
I'll tell you about Bus 23.
It was a cold winter-- two-vest cold.
A bus was loaded with kids for a field trip.
I was gonna shake 'em down for field trip money, but what I heard shook me worse than my dad when I was a baby.
Sir, this bus is too heavy to cross the ice bridge.
They'll have to take a more circuitous route.
There's no time to be safe! Now bang the side of that bus! Bang it twice! NELSON: That bus never came back.
So the answer to our mystery lies on the other side of that ice bridge.
But it's summertime.
The ice bridge will be a water nothing.
Hey, kids! If I tossed you guys a bucket full of something, could you pour it out and toss the bucket back up? Don't drink it! That's where the ice bridge would be.
Go down! (nervous grunting) (Homer screams) Dad, stop! But, oh, there's so many buttons! (grunts) (screaming) Ooh! (screaming) (screams) Bart, take the controls! What video game is this like? Blimp Assassin 3.
For Wii or Xbox? Xbox.
Original or 360? Fly the blimp, you spoiled kid! (gasps) I'll save you, honey! Boy, stomp on my head! Yes! And I've got gum on my shoe! You're a real jerk! (panting) Why you undead little! That's not a real arm, it's plastic.
That doesn't mean you're any better than him, young lady.
He could be a war hero.
No, I mean they're mannequins.
Oh, there's nothing I can do to save my sister, the blimp or this airship.










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IMDb


Mannequin (1987)

Quotes


Felix: We got him!

Mr. Richards: Felix, I want to get out. I want to get out...

Felix: Geronimo!










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Springfield! Springfield!


The Simpsons

500 Keys


(tires screeching) Not to worry.
They're just mannequins.
No, we're not! OTTO: Maybe we'll fall real slow like Inception.
Oop, guess not.
Shh!



































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Tom Clancy

Rainbow Six


CHAPTER 6

TRUE BELIEVERS


Shiva, she thought. Yes, the most complex and interesting of the Hindu gods, by turns the Destroyer and the Restorer, who controlled poison meant to destroy mankind, and one of whose consorts was Kali, the goddess of death herself.










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IMDb


Private Benjamin (1980)

Quotes


Judy Benjamin: I think they sent me to the wrong place.

Capt. Doreen Lewis: Uh-huh.

Judy Benjamin: See, I did join the army, but I joined a *different* army. I joined the one with the condos and the private rooms.










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Springfield! Springfield!


Intruders

And Here: You Must Listen


But I didn't know.
Sorry, kid.
No, you're not.
You're not sorry





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Springfield! Springfield!


Intruders

And Here: You Must Listen


Hey.
Hey.
Seattle? Uh-huh.
Yeah, I need to get to Seattle, too.
Thing is, I need some help.
Can you pass yourself off as my dad to that douchebag over there? Hmm? [Chuckles] Right.
Nice try.
See you, kid.










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Stephen King

The Stand - The Complete & Uncut Edition


Chapter 51


After Stu had gone over to Larry’s, Frannie rushed upstairs to the bedroom. In the corner of the closet was the sleeping bag she had carried across the country strapped to the back of her motorcycle. She had kept her personal belongings in a small zipper bag. Most of these belongings were now distributed through the apartment she and Stu shared, but a few still hadn’t found a home and rested at the foot of the sleeping bag. There were several bottles of cleansing cream—she had suffered a sudden rash of skin outbreaks after the deaths of her mother and father, but that had now subsided—a box of Stayfree Mini Pads in case she started spotting (she had heard that pregnant women sometimes did), two boxes of cheap cigars, one marked IT’S A BOY! and the other marked IT’S A GIRL! The last item was her diary.

She drew it out and looked at it speculatively. She had entered in it only eight or nine times since their arrival in Boulder, and most of the entries had been short, almost elliptical. The great outpouring had come and gone while they were still on the road… like afterbirth, she thought a little ruefully. She hadn’t entered at all in the last four days, and suspected that the diary might eventually have slipped her mind altogether, although she had firmly intended to keep it more fully when things settled down a little. For the baby. Now, however, it was very much on her mind once more.

The way people get when they convert to religion… or read something that changes their lives… like intercepted love letters…

Suddenly it seemed to her that the book had gained weight, and that the very act of turning back the pasteboard cover would cause sweat to pop out on her brow and… and…

She suddenly looked back over her shoulder, her heart beating wildly. Had something moved in here?

A mouse, scuttering behind the wall, maybe. Surely no more than that. More likely just her imagination. There was no reason, no reason at all, for her to suddenly be thinking of the man in the black robe, the man with the coathanger. Her baby was alive and safe and this was just a book and anyhow there was no way to tell if a book had been read, and even if there was a way, there would be no way to tell if the person who had read it had been Harold Lauder.

Still, she opened the book and began to turn slowly through its pages, getting shutterclicks of the recent past like black-and-white photographs taken by an amateur. Home movie of the mind.

Tonight we were admiring them and Harold was going on about color & texture & tone and Stu gave me a very sober wink. Evil me, I winked back…

Harold will object on general principles, of course. Damn you, Harold, grow up!

… and I could see him getting ready with one of his Patented Harold Lauder Smartass Comments…

(my God, Fran, why did you ever say all those things about him? to what purpose?)

Well, you know Harold… his swagger… all those pompous words & pronouncements… an insecure little boy…

That was July 12. Wincing, she turned past it rapidly, fluttering through the pages now, in a hurry to get to the end. Phrases still leaped up, seeming to slap at her: Anyway, Harold smelled pretty clean for a change… Harold’s breath would have driven away a dragon tonight… And another, seeming almost prophetic: He stores up rebuffs like pirate treasure. But to what purpose? To feed his own feelings of secret superiority and persecution? Or was it a matter of retribution?

Oh, he’s making a list… and checking it twice… he’s gonna find out… who’s naughty and nice…

Then, on August 1, only two weeks ago. The entry started at the bottom of a page. No entry last night, I was too happy. Have I ever been this happy? I don’t think so. Stu and I are together. We

End of the page. She turned to the next one. The first words at the top of the page were made love twice. But they barely caught her eye before her glance dropped halfway down the page. There, beside some blathering about the maternal instinct, was something that caught her eyes and froze her almost solid.

It was a dark, smeary thumbprint.

She thought wildly: I was riding on a motorcycle all day long, every day. Sure, I took care to clean up every chance I got, but your hands get dirty and…

She put out her hand, not at all surprised to see that it was shaking badly. She put her thumb on the smudge. The smudge was a lot bigger.

Well, of course it is, she told herself. When you smear something around, it naturally gets bigger. That’s why, that’s all that is…

But this thumbprint wasn’t that smeared. The little lines and loops and whorls were still clear, for the most part.

And it wasn’t grease or oil, there was no use even kidding herself that it was.

It was dried chocolate.

Paydays, Fran thought sickly. Chocolate-covered Payday candy bars.

For a moment she was afraid to do so much as turn around—afraid that she might see Harold’s grin hanging over her shoulder like the grin of the Cheshire cat in Alice. Harold’s thick lips moving as he said solemnly: Every dog has his day, Frannie. Every dog has his day.



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 3:03 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 31 August 2014

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Home » Publications » U.S. newspapers and newswires » Illinois newspapers » Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) » Oct - Dec 1997 » October 30, 1997

Medinah candidates debate land use, new field trip policy.(Neighbor)

Publication: Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) Publish date: October 30, 1997


At a glance

The school board members you elect Tuesday will be responsible for overseeing how your children are educated and your tax dollars spent. Here are some facts about District 11:


William D. Mueller, 44, Itasca, director of engineering computer service, Universal Financial Products, Elmhurst. District 11 board member, six years.










http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/history/directors/mueller

THE FBI FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION


Robert S. Mueller, III

Director

September 4, 2001- September 4, 2013

Robert Mueller was nominated by President George W. Bush and became the sixth Director of the FBI on September 4, 2001.

Born in New York City, Mr. Mueller grew up outside of Philadelphia. He graduated from Princeton University in 1966 and later earned a master’s degree in International Relations at New York University.

After college, he joined the United States Marine Corps, where he served as an officer for three years, leading a rifle platoon of the Third Marine Division in Vietnam. He is the recipient of the Bronze Star, two Navy Commendation Medals, the Purple Heart, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.

Following his military service, Mr. Mueller earned a law degree from the University of Virginia Law School in 1973 and served on the Law Review.

After completing his education, Mr. Mueller worked as a litigator in San Francisco until 1976. He then served for 12 years in United States Attorney’s Offices, first in the Northern District of California in San Francisco, where he rose to be chief of its criminal division. In 1982, he moved to Boston as an Assistant United States Attorney, where he investigated and prosecuted major financial fraud, terrorist, and public corruption cases, as well as narcotics conspiracies and international money launderers.

After serving as a partner at the Boston law firm of Hill and Barlow, Mr. Mueller returned to public service. In 1989 he served in the United States Department of Justice as an assistant to Attorney General Richard L. Thornburgh. The following year he took charge of its Criminal Division. In 1991, he was elected Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.

In 1993, Mr. Mueller became a partner at Boston’s Hale and Dorr, specializing in complex white collar crime litigation. He again returned to public service in 1995 as senior litigator in the Homicide Section of the District of Columbia United States Attorney’s Office. In 1998, Mr. Mueller was named United States Attorney in San Francisco and held that position until 2001.










http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=72796

The American Presidency Project

George W. Bush

XLIII President of the United States: 2001 - 2009

Remarks in Davenport, Iowa

October 25, 2004

The President. Thank you all. Thanks for coming. It is great to be back in the great city of Davenport, Iowa.










From 6/22/1933 ( Dianne Feinstein ) To 10/25/2004 is 26058 days

26058 = 13029 + 13029

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 7/5/2001 ( the George Bush announcement nominating Robert Mueller ) is 13029 days



From 10/2/1937 ( premiere US film "Love Is on the Air" ) To 9/24/1976 ( premiere US TV series "Serpico" ) is 14237 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/25/2004 is 14237 days



From 2/11/1969 ( Jennifer Aniston ) To 10/25/2004 is 13040 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 7/16/2001 ( George Bush - Remarks on Presenting the Medal of Honor to Captain Ed W. Freeman ) is 13040 days



From 4/6/1998 ( premiere US TV series "Getting Personal" ) To 10/25/2004 is 2394 days

2394 = 1197 + 1197

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 2/11/1969 ( Jennifer Aniston ) is 1197 days



From 1/27/1954 ( premiere US film "Highway Dragnet" ) To 1/19/1993 ( in Asheville North Carolina as Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess I was seriously wounded by gunfire when I returned fatal gunfire to a fugitive from United States federal justice ) is 14237 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/25/2004 is 14237 days



From 5/22/1950 ( premiere US film "The Savage Horde" ) To 10/25/2004 is 19880 days

19880 = 9940 + 9940

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 1/19/1993 ( in Asheville North Carolina as Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess I was seriously wounded by gunfire when I returned fatal gunfire to a fugitive from United States federal justice ) is 9940 days



From 5/27/1954 ( premiere US film "The High and the Mighty" ) To 10/25/2004 is 18414 days

18414 = 9207 + 9207

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 1/17/1991 ( the date of record of my United States Navy Medal of Honor as Kerry Wayne Burgess chief warrant officer United States Marine Corps circa 1991 also known as Matthew Kline for official duty and also known as Wayne Newman for official duty ) is 9207 days



From 5/27/1954 ( premiere US film "The High and the Mighty" ) To 10/25/2004 is 18414 days

18414 = 9207 + 9207

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 1/17/1991 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Persian Gulf War begins as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 9207 days



From 7/12/1950 ( premiere US film "Winchester 73" ) To 7/4/1989 ( the unmanned Soviet Union MiG-23 crash in Belgium ) is 14237 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/25/2004 is 14237 days



From 2/17/1909 ( Geronimo deceased ) To 2/2/1987 ( Ronald Reagan - Letter Accepting the Resignation of William J. Casey as Director of Central Intelligence ) is 28474 days

28474 = 14237 + 14237

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/25/2004 is 14237 days



From 12/20/1994 ( in Bosnia as Kerry Wayne Burgess the United States Marine Corps captain this day is my United States Navy Cross medal date of record ) To 10/25/2004 is 3597 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 9/8/1975 ( premiere US TV series "The Invisible Man" ) is 3597 days



From 7/22/1946 ( Danny Glover ) To 10/25/2004 is 21280 days

21280 = 10640 + 10640

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 12/20/1994 ( in Bosnia as Kerry Wayne Burgess the United States Marine Corps captain this day is my United States Navy Cross medal date of record ) is 10640 days



From 3/6/1987 ( premiere US film "Lethal Weapon" ) To 10/25/2004 is 6443 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 6/24/1983 ( premiere US film "Twilight Zone: The Movie" ) is 6443 days



From 2/20/1962 ( United States NASA Mercury-Atlas 6 Friendship 7 puts the first American astronaut into orbit of the planet Earth ) To 10/25/2004 is 15588 days

15588 = 7794 + 7794

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 3/6/1987 ( premiere US film "Lethal Weapon" ) is 7794 days



From 7/4/1995 ( the undocking Mir space station docking and the United States space shuttle Atlantis orbiter vehicle mission STS-71 includes my biological brother United States Navy Fleet Admiral Thomas Reagan the spacecraft and mission commander and me Kerry Wayne Burgess the United States Marine Corps officer and United States STS-71 pilot astronaut ) To 10/25/2004 is 3401 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 2/24/1975 ( premiere US TV series "S.W.A.T." ) is 3401 days



From 7/27/1950 ( Harry Truman - Executive Order 10145 - Extension of Enlistements in the Armed Forces of the United States ) To 7/19/1989 ( Bill Gates-Microsoft-George Bush kills 111 passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 232 and destroys the United Airlines Flight 232 aircraft because I was a passenger of United Airlines Flight 232 as United States Navy Petty Officer Second Class Kerry Wayne Burgess and I was assigned to maintain custody of a non-violent offender military prisoner of the United States ) is 14237 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/25/2004 is 14237 days



From 5/14/1990 ( departing as United States Navy Fire Controlman Second Class Petty Officer Kerry Wayne Burgess my honorable discharge from United States Navy active service for commissioning as chief warrant officer United States Marine Corps and circa 2012 my United States of America military services continues as Kerry Wayne Burgess the United States Marine Corps lieutenant general ) To 10/25/2004 is 5278 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 4/15/1980 ( premiere US film "On Company Business" ) is 5278 days



From 12/7/1998 ( my first day working at Microsoft Corporation as the known official Chief Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and the active duty United States Marine Corps lieutenant colonel circa 1998 ) To 10/25/2004 is 2149 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 9/21/1971 ( premiere US TV series "Sarge"::"A Terminal Case of Vengeance" ) is 2149 days



From 1/27/1999 ( premiere US film "Blast from the Past" ) To 10/25/2004 is 2098 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 8/1/1971 ( premiere US film "The Omega Man" ) is 2098 days



From 3/16/1991 ( my first successful major test of my ultraspace matter transportation device as Kerry Wayne Burgess the successful Ph.D. graduate Columbia South Carolina ) To 10/25/2004 is 4972 days

4972 = 2486 + 2486

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 8/23/1972 ( Richard Nixon - Remarks on Accepting the Presidential Nomination of the Republican National Convention ) is 2486 days



From 9/24/1955 ( premiere US TV series "Steve Donovan, Western Marshal" ) To 9/16/1994 ( premiere US film "Timecop" ) is 14237 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/25/2004 is 14237 days



From 11/18/1996 ( premiere US film "Star Trek: First Contact" ) To 10/25/2004 is 2898 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/9/1973 ( premiere US TV series "Shaft" ) is 2898 days



From 9/4/1976 ( George Walker Bush the purveyor of illegal drugs strictly for his personal profit including the trafficking of massive amounts of cocaine into the United States arrested again by police in the United States ) To 10/25/2004 is 10278 days

10278 = 5139 + 5139

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 11/28/1979 ( premiere US TV movie "Kenny Rogers and the American Cowboy" ) is 5139 days



From 5/3/1991 ( premiere US film "Born to Ride" ) To 10/25/2004 is 4924 days

4924 = 2462 + 2462

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 7/30/1972 ( premiere US film "Deliverance" ) is 2462 days


http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2004/10/20041025-9.html

THE WHITE HOUSE

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH

For Immediate Release

Office of the Press Secretary

October 25, 2004

President's Remarks in Davenport, Iowa

The Rivercenter

Davenport, Iowa

5:30 P.M. CDT

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Thanks for coming. It is great to be back in the great city of Davenport, Iowa. Laura and I are -- (applause.) Thanks for coming. You've lifted our spirits today. We really appreciate you being here. (Applause.) We're heading down the stretch. I'm here to ask for your vote. I'm here to ask for your help: I need you to go to your friends and neighbors and remind them we have a duty in this great democracy to vote. Don't overlook discerning Democrats when you get people going to the polls, by the way -- people like Senator Zell Miller. (Applause.) Remind your friends and neighbors if they want a safer country, a stronger country and a better country, to put me and Dick Cheney back in office. (Applause.)

Laura and I were in the 7th grade together in San Jacinto Junior High, in Midland, Texas, and then we became reacquainted. She was a public school librarian when I met her again. I said, will you marry me? She said, fine, if you make me one promise. I said, what is it? Promise me I'll never have to give a political speech. (Laughter.) I said, okay, you've got a deal. (Laughter.) Fortunately, she didn't hold me to that promise. She's giving a lot of speeches, and when she does, the American people see a strong, compassionate First Lady. (Applause.)

And I'm proud of my running mate, Dick Cheney. (Applause.) You know, I'm looking around and I can see a few folks out there have got the same hairstyle he does. (Laughter.) I did not pick the Vice President because of his hairdo. (Laughter.) And I admit, he doesn't have the waviest hair in the race. (Laughter.) I picked him because he can get the job done for the American people. (Applause.)

How about Rudy? We love traveling with Rudy. Rudy is a great American. (Applause.) We woke up and we had breakfast with Rudy and Judith at our place in Crawford. Then we went to Greeley, Colorado. Then we went to the western part of your state, and we're finishing a great day here in Davenport. (Applause.) And I want to thank Rudy -- (applause) -- I want to thank him for joining me. I appreciate his support.

So I was telling Laura, I said, you know something, the South Lawn at the White House has got a lot of grass on it and we need somebody to come and mow it. (Laughter.) I can't think of anybody better than the Chairman, Chuck Grassley, to be mowing our lawn. (Applause.) What a good man Chuck Grassley is. He's a great United States Senator. I know you're proud of him. (Applause.)

And I'm proud of your Congressman, Jim Nussle -- (applause.) He's watching your money like a hawk -- eye. (Applause.) He's a good man. And I know you're proud of a Congressman who was raised right here, former Congressman -- he moved up the road a little bit, but a man we call friend, and that's Congressman Jim Leach. (Applause.) And his wife, Deb, is here.

I want to thank all the grassroots activists who are here, the people putting up the signs, the people making the phone calls -- (applause) -- the people organizing a rally just like this one. I want to thank you for what you have done and what you're going to do. (Applause.) With your hard work, with your help, we will carry Iowa and win a great victory on November the 2nd. (Applause.)

AUDIENCE: Four more years! Four more years! Four more years!

THE PRESIDENT: We have -- we have just eight days to go in this campaign, and voters have a clear choice between two very different candidates with dramatically different approaches and different records. You know where I stand. (Applause.) And sometimes you even know where my opponent stands. (Laughter.) We both have records. I'm proudly running on mine. (Applause.) The Senator is running from his. (Laughter.) And there's a reason why there is a mainstream in American politics, and my opponent sits on the far left bank. I'm a compassionate conservative, and proudly so. (Applause.) In a time when our country has much to accomplish and much to offer, I proudly offer my record of reform and results. (Applause.)

This election comes down to five clear choices for America's families, five choices on issues of great consequence: your family's security, your family's budget, your quality of life, your retirement, and the bedrock values that are so critical to our country's future. (Applause.)

The first clear choice is the most important because it concerns the security of your family. All our progress on every other issue depends on the safety of our citizens. This will be the first presidential election since September the 11th, 2001. Americans will go to the polls in a time of war and ongoing threats, unlike any we have faced before. The terrorists who killed thousands are still dangerous and they're determined. The outcome of this election will set the direction of the war against terror. The most solemn duty of the American President is to protect the American people. (Applause.) If America -- if America shows uncertainty or weakness in this decade, the world will drift toward tragedy. This will not happen on my watch. (Applause.)

Since that terrible morning of September the 11th, 2001, we have fought the terrorists across the Earth -- not for pride, not for power, but because the lives of our citizens are at stake. Our strategy is clear: We've strengthened the protections for our homeland, we're reforming our intelligence capabilities, we're transforming our army. There will be no draft. We will keep the all-volunteer army. (Applause.) We are determined, we are relentless, we are staying on the offensive. And we're succeeding. The 9/11 Commission report said: America is safer, not yet safe. More than three-quarters of al Qaeda's key members and associates have been brought to justice. The rest of them know we're on their trail. (Applause.)

The American President, in these times of danger, must lead with consistency and strength. In a war, sometimes your tactics change, but not your principles. (Applause.) Americans have seen how I do my job. Even when you might not agree with me, you know what I believe and where I stand and what I intend to do. (Applause.) On good days and on bad days, whether the polls are up or the polls are down, I am determined to win the war on terror, and I will always support the men and women who wear the uniform. (Applause.)

AUDIENCE: Four more years! Four more years! Four more years!

THE PRESIDENT: My opponent -- my opponent has taken a different approach. It's fair to say that consistency has not been his strong point. (Laughter.) Senator Kerry says we're better off with Saddam Hussein out of power, except when he declares that removing Saddam has made us less safe. He stated in our second debate that he always believed Saddam was a threat -- except, a few questions later, when he said Saddam Hussein was not a threat. (Laughter.) He says he was right when he voted to authorize the use of force against Saddam Hussein, but that I was wrong to use force against Saddam Hussein. (Laughter.)

Now my opponent is throwing out the wild claim that he knows where bin Laden was in the fall of 2001, and that our military passed up the chance to get him in Tora Bora. This is unjustified criticism of our military commanders in the field. This is the worst kind of Monday-morning quarterbacking. (Applause.) And it's what we've come to expect from my opponent during this campaign. In fact, our Commander in Afghanistan, General Tommy Franks, recently wrote about Tora Bora, and he said the Senator's understanding of events does not square with reality. (Applause.) The General said that American Special Forces were actively involved in the search for the terrorists in Tora Bora, and that intelligence reports at the time placed bin Laden in several countries.

Before Senator Kerry got into political difficulty and revised his views, he saw our actions in Tora Bora differently. In the fall of 2001, on national TV, he said this about Tora Bora, "I think we've been doing this pretty effectively and we should continue to do it that way." At the time, the Senator said about Tora Bora, "I think we've been smart. I think the administration leadership has done it well, and we are on the right track." All I can say about that is, I am George W. Bush and I approve of that message. (Applause.)

Senator Kerry's record on national security has a far deeper problem than election-year flip-flopping. On the largest national security issues of our time, he has been consistently wrong. When Ronald Reagan was confronting the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War, Senator Kerry said that President Reagan's policy of peace through strength was making America less safe.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: He voted against many weapons systems critical to our defense build-up. History has shown that Senator Kerry was wrong, and President Ronald Reagan was right. (Applause.) When former President Bush led a coalition against Saddam Hussein in 1991, Senator Kerry voted against the use of force to liberate Kuwait.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: If his view had prevailed, Saddam Hussein today would dominate the Middle East and possess the world's most dangerous weapons. History has shown that Senator Kerry was wrong, and former President George Bush was right. (Applause.)

In 1994, just one year after the first bombing of the World Trade Center, Senator Kerry proposed massive cuts in America's intelligence budget.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: So massive that even his Massachusetts colleague, Ted Kennedy, opposed them. (Laughter.) History has shown that Senator Kerry was wrong, and -- we've got be fair -- Senator Kennedy was right. (Laughter and applause.)

Just last year, American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan needed $87 billion for important funding to help them complete their missions. First, my opponent said it would be irresponsible to vote against the troops, then he voted against the troops.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: You might remember, perhaps, the most famous quote of the 2004 campaign. They asked him about his vote, and he said, "I actually did vote for the $87 billion, right before I voted against it." History has shown that Senator Kerry was right, then wrong -- (laughter) -- then briefly right -- (laughter) -- then wrong again. (Laughter.) Since then, he said the whole thing was a complicated matter. My fellow Americans, there's nothing complicated about supporting our troops in harm's way. (Applause.)

During the last 20 years, in key moments of challenge and decision for America, Senator Kerry has chosen a position of weakness and inaction. With that record, he stands in opposition not just to me, but to the great tradition of the Democratic Party. The party of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman and John Kennedy is rightly remembered for confidence and resolve in times of war and hours of crisis. Senator Kerry has turned his back on "pay any price," and "bear any burden." And he's replaced those commitments with "wait and see," and "cut and run." Many Democrats in this country do not recognize their party anymore. And today I want to speak to every one of them. If you believe that America should lead with strength and purpose and confidence in our ideals, I would be honored to have your support, and I'm asking for your vote. (Applause.)

AUDIENCE: Four more years! Four more years! Four more years!

THE PRESIDENT: The second clear choice in this election concerns your family's budget. When I ran for President four years ago I pledged to lower taxes for American families, and I kept my word. (Applause.) I enjoyed working with Chairman Chuck Grassley to keep a pledge I made. We doubled the child credit to a thousand dollars per child. We reduced the marriage penalty. The tax code should encourage marriage, not penalize marriage. (Applause.) We dropped the lowest bracket to 10 percent, so working families could keep more of their paychecks. We reduced taxes for everybody who pays taxes. (Applause.) After-tax income is up -- that's money in your pocket to spend -- it's up by about 10 percent since I became your President.

I want you to remind your friends and neighbors what this economy has been through. Six months prior to our arrival in Washington, D.C., the stock market was in serious decline. And then we faced the recession and corporate scandals and the attacks of September the 11th, 2001, which cost us about a million jobs in the three months after that fateful day.

But our economic policies have put us back on the road to growth. Our economy is growing at rates as fast as any in nearly 20 years. The home ownership rate is at an all-time high. Our farmers are making a good living. (Applause.) The entrepreneurial spirit is strong. Small businesses are flourishing all across our country. We've added more than 1.9 million new jobs in the last 13 months. The national unemployment rate is 5.4 percent, lower than the average rate of the 1970s, the 1980s, and the 1990s. (Applause.) The unemployment rate in the great state of Iowa is 4.7 percent. This economy is strong, and it is getting stronger. (Applause.)

My opponent has very different plans for your budget -- for your family's budget, and that's to take a big chunk out of it.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: You tell your friends and neighbors, he voted against the child credit, marriage penalty relief, lower tax rates. If his vote had prevailed, an average middle-class family would be paying $2,000 more a year to the federal government.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: It's part of a pattern. He's been in the United States Senate for 20 years, he's voted for tax increases 98 times. That's about five times every year. That's predictable. When a Senator does something -- does something that often, he must really enjoy it. (Laughter.) During his campaign, he's made a lot of big promises -- big spending promises. He's promised $2.2 trillion of new spending -- that's trillion with a "T." That's a lot even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Laughter.)

So they asked him, how are you going to pay for it? He said, oh, we'll just tax the rich. You've heard that before, haven't you? When you run up the top two brackets, one, he's taxing a lot of small businesses. Seventy percent of job -- new jobs in America are created by small businesses. Most small businesses pay individual income tax rates. And when you're running up the taxes, you're taxing the job creators, and that is bad economic policy. (Applause.) When you raise the top two brackets, you raise between $600 billion and $800 billion. That's far short of the $2.2 trillion. There is a gap. And guess who usually pays that gap?

AUDIENCE: We do!

THE PRESIDENT: You do. The good news is, we're going to carry Iowa. We're going to win on November the 2nd, and he's not going to tax you. (Applause.)

The third clear choice in this election involves the quality of life for our nation's families. A good education and quality health care are important to a successful life. When I ran for President four years ago, I promised to challenge the soft bigotry of low expectations in every school in America, and I kept my word. (Applause.) We passed good reforms. The No Child Left Behind Act has raised standards, it believes in local control of schools, schools are now more accountable. Our children are learning to read and write and add and subtract. We're closing achievement gaps all across this country for minority students. We'll build on these reforms. We'll extend high standards to our high schools, so that no child is left behind in America. (Applause.)

And we'll continue to improve lives for our families by making health care more affordable and accessible. We'll expand health savings accounts so more small businesses can cover their workers, and more families are able to get health care accounts they can manage and call their own. We will help our small businesses afford health insurance by allowing them to pool together so they can buy insurance at the same discounts that big companies are able to do. (Applause.) We will expand community health centers and rural health centers to help the poor and the indigent. We'll make sure every eligible child is enrolled in our government's low-income health insurance program.

And to make sure health care is available and affordable, we will do something about these frivolous lawsuits that are running up the cost of medicine. (Applause.) I've met too many OB/GYNs around this nation that are having trouble practicing medicine because the lawsuits are running up their premiums and driving them out of business. I've met too many pregnant women who are worried about the quality of the health care they're receiving because their OB/GYN can't practice in the local community. This is a national problem that requires a national solution. You cannot be pro-doctor and pro-patient and pro-trial lawyer at the same time. You have to make a choice. My opponent made his choice, and he put a personal injury trial lawyer on the ticket.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: I made my choice. I have made my choice: I'm standing with the doctors and I'm standing with the patients. I'm for medical liability reform now. (Applause.)

My opponent has a different point of view when it comes to schools and health care. He voted for the No Child Left Behind Act, but now wants to weaken the accountability standards. For example, he's proposed including measures like teacher attendance to judge whether a student can read, or write, or add and subtract. We need to keep high standards in our schools. We've got to expect the best for the children.

And he voted against health savings accounts. He opposes association health plans. He voted 10 times against medical liability reform. He can run from his record, but he cannot hide. (Applause.)

No, he's laid out a plan for health care, and it would be a big-government health care plan. Eighty percent of the people who get coverage under his proposal would be enrolled in a government program. Now, listen, I remember those debates when he looked right in the camera with a straight face and said, "The government has nothing to do with it." I could barely contain myself. (Laughter.) The government has got a lot to do with it. It's a plan that will lead us down the road to federal control of health care. In all we do to improve health care, we will make sure the decisions are made by doctors and patients, not by officials in Washington, D.C. (Applause.)

The fourth clear choice in this election involves your retirement. Our nation has made a solemn commitment to America's seniors on Social Security and Medicare. When I ran for President four years ago, I promised to keep that commitment and improve Medicare by adding prescription drug coverage. I kept my word. (Applause.) I want you to remember the history on Medicare. Leaders in both political parties have talked about strengthening and modernizing Medicare for years. We got the job done. And I want to thank Chairman Chuck Grassley for his hard work on this issue. (Applause.)

Seniors are getting discounts on medicine with drug discount cards. Low-income seniors are getting $600 of help this year and $600 of help next year, and beginning in 2006, all seniors will be able to get prescription drug coverage under Medicare. (Applause.) Here we have another difference in this campaign. My opponent voted against the Medicare bill that included prescription drug coverage, even though it was supported by AARP and other seniors groups. In this campaign he said, if I'm President we're going to repeal that phony bill. Then he went on to say, no, I don't want to repeal it. (Laughter.) Sounds familiar. (Laughter.) As your President for the next four years, I will defend the reforms we have worked so hard to pass, and keep the promise of Medicare for America's seniors. (Applause.) And I will keep the promise of Social Security for our seniors, and we will strengthen Social Security for generations to come. (Applause.)

Now, I want to remind you all what took place in the 2000 election, and may be taking place in this election already, and that is that every -- every campaign cycle it seems like somebody is trying to scare our seniors. See, in 2000, they said, if George W. gets elected, our seniors will not get their checks. As you're out rounding up the votes, I want you to remind people, George W. did get elected and our seniors did get their checks. (Applause.) And I plan on getting reelected, and our seniors will continue to get their checks. (Applause.)

And baby boomers like me, we're in pretty good shape when it comes to the Social Security trust. But we need to worry about our children and our grandchildren. We need to worry about whether or not a retirement system -- a viable retirement system in Social Security will be there when they need it. And that's why I believe younger workers ought to be allowed to take some of their own payroll taxes and put it in a personal savings account that will earn a better rate of return, an account they own, an account the government cannot take away. (Applause.)

My opponent takes a different approach. He said he talks about protecting Social Security, but he's the only candidate in this race who has voted eight times for higher taxes on Social Security benefits.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: He might not want us to remind him of that. He can run, but he cannot hide. (Applause.)

And when it comes to a younger generation, he offered nothing, no reforms. The job of the President is to confront problems, not to pass them on to future Presidents and future generations. I will bring Republicans and Democrats together to make sure Social Security is viable for a younger generation of Americans. (Applause.)

And the fifth and final clear choice in this election is on the values that are so crucial to keeping America's families strong. And here, my opponent and I are miles apart. I stand for the appointment of federal judges who know the difference between personal opinion and the strict interpretation of the law. (Applause.) I believe marriage is a sacred commitment. (Applause.) Marriage is a pillar of civilization, and I will defend it. (Applause.) This is not a partisan issue. When Congress passed the Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage as a union of a man and a woman, the vast majority of Democrats supported it, and the bill was signed by my predecessor. But Senator Kerry was part of an out-of-the-mainstream minority that voted against the Defense of Marriage Act.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: I believe that reasonable people can find common ground on the difficult issues. Republicans and Democrats, many citizens on both sides of the life issue came together and agreed we should ban the brutal practice of partial birth abortion. (Applause.) I proudly signed that bill. (Applause.) Senator Kerry was part of the out-of-the-mainstream minority that voted against the ban.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: He also voted against parental notification laws, he voted against the Unborn Victims of Violence Act. I'll continue to reach out to Americans of every belief, and move this good-hearted nation toward a culture of life. (Applause.)

My opponent has said that the heart and soul of America can be found in Hollywood.

AUDIENCE: Booo!

THE PRESIDENT: I know. Most American families do not look to Hollywood for a source of values. (Laughter.) The heart and soul of America is found in caring and loving communities like Davenport, Iowa. (Applause.)

All these choices -- all these choices make this one of the most important elections in our history. The security and prosperity of our country, the health and education for our families, the retirement of our seniors, and the direction of our culture are all at stake. And the decision is in the best of hands -- it's in the hands of the American people. (Applause.)

I see a great day coming for America. One of my favorite quotes was written by a fellow Texan named Tom Lea. He said, "Sarah and I live on the east side of the mountain. It's the sunrise side, not the sunset side. It is the side to see the day that is coming, not to see the day that has gone." My opponent has spent much of this campaign talking about the day that has gone. I'm talking about the day that's coming. (Applause.)

You know, we have been through a lot together over the past years. Because we've done the hard work of climbing the mountain, we can see the valley below. We'll protect our families. We'll build on their prosperity. We'll defend our nation's deepest values. We'll spread freedom in the world, and as we do, we'll achieve the peace we all long for. (Applause.)

When I traveled your state in 2000, asking for the vote, first in the caucuses and then in the general election, I made this pledge: I pledged that I would uphold the honor and the integrity of the office to which I had been elected. With your help, I will do so for four more years. God bless. (Applause.) Thanks for coming. Thank you all. (Applause.) Thank you all. (Applause.)

END 6:10 P.M. CDT










http://www.tv.com/shows/serpico/country-boy-154042/

tv.com


Serpico Season 1 Episode 1

Country Boy

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Sep 24, 1976 on NBC

Ex-convict Elrod Davis looks up fellow ex-con Gary Baker to become the "driver" in a bank robbery. Serpico joins the hold-up team and convinces Baker, who is married, to drop out. Before Baker leaves he betrays Serpico.

AIRED: 9/24/76










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IMDb


Love Is on the Air (1937)

Release Info

USA 2 October 1937



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Love Is on the Air (1937)

Full Cast & Crew


Ronald Reagan ... Andy McCaine










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Jennifer Aniston

Biography

Date of Birth 11 February 1969 , Sherman Oaks, California, USA










http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=73617

The American Presidency Project

George W. Bush

XLIII President of the United States: 2001 - 2009

Remarks on Presenting the Medal of Honor to Captain Ed W. Freeman

July 16, 2001

The President. Please be seated. Good morning, and welcome to the White House. Today, for the first time, I will present the Medal of Honor. It's a unique privilege to present the Nation's highest military distinction to Ed Freeman of Boise, Idaho. This moment is well deserved, and it's been long in coming.

Our White House military unit is accustomed to a lot of great events, but I can assure you, they started this day with a great sense of anticipation. After all, they know how rare this kind of gathering is and what it means. To be in the presence of one who has won the Medal of Honor is a privilege; to be in the room with a group of over 50 is a moment none of us will ever forget. We're in the presence of more than 50 of the bravest men who have ever worn the uniform, and I want to welcome you all to the White House.

It's an honor as well to welcome Barbara—a name I kind of like—[laughter]— Ed's wife, along with his family members and members of his unit from Vietnam. As well, I want to welcome the Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, the Chief of the Joint Chiefs, as well as members of the Joint Chiefs. I want to welcome Senator McCain. I want to welcome Senator Craig, Congressman Otter, and Congressman Simpson from the delegation of Idaho. I want to welcome you all.

It was in this house, in this office upstairs, that Abraham Lincoln signed into law the bills establishing the Medal of Honor. By a custom that began with Theodore Roosevelt, the Medal of Honor is to be presented by the President. That duty came to Harry S. Truman more than 70 times. He often said that he'd rather wear the medal than to be the Commander in Chief. Some of you might have heard him say that. [Laughter] Perhaps you were also here on May 2, 1963, when John F. Kennedy welcomed 240 recipients of the Medal of Honor.

By all rights, another President from Texas should have had the honor of conferring this medal. It was in the second year of Lyndon Johnson's Presidency that Army Captain Ed Freeman did something that the men of the 7th Cavalry have never forgotten. Years pass, even decades, but the memory of what happened on November 14, 1965, has always stayed with them.

For his actions that day, Captain Freeman was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. But the men who were there, including the commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Bruce Crandall, felt a still higher honor was called for. Through the unremitting efforts of Lieutenant Colonel Crandall and many others, and the persuasive weight from Senator John McCain, the story now comes to its rightful conclusion.

That story began with the battalion surrounded by the enemy in one of Vietnam's fiercest battles. The survivors remember the desperate fear of almost certain death. They remember gunfire that one witness described as the most intense he had ever seen. And they remember the sight of an unarmed helicopter coming to their aid.

The man at the controls flew through the gunfire not once, not 10 times, but at least 21 times. That single helicopter brought the water, ammunition, and supplies that saved many lives on the ground. And the same pilot flew more than 70 wounded soldiers to safety.

In a moment, we will hear the full citation, in all its heroic detail. General Eisenhower once observed that when you hear a Medal of Honor citation, you practically assume that the man in question didn't make it out alive. In fact, about one in six never did. And the other five, men just like you all here, probably didn't expect to.

Citations are also written in the most simple of language, needing no embellishment or techniques of rhetoric. They record places and names and events that describe themselves. The medal itself bears only one word and needs only one: Valor.

As a boy of 13, Ed Freeman saw thousands of men on maneuvers pass by his home in Mississippi. He decided then and there that he would be a soldier. A lifetime later, the Congress has now decided that he's even more than a soldier, because he did more than his duty. He served his country and his comrades to the fullest, rising above and beyond anything the Army or the Nation could have ever asked.

It's been some years now since he left the service and was last saluted. But from this day, wherever he goes, by military tradition, Ed Freeman will merit a salute from any enlisted personnel or officer of rank.

Commander Severs, I now ask you to read this citation of the newest member of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. And it will be my honor to give him his first salute.

[At this point, Comdr. Paul J. Severs, USN, Navy Aide to the President, read the citation, and the President presented the medal.]

The President. We'll see you for a reception. Thank you all for coming.

NOTE: The President spoke at 9:35 a.m. in the East Room at the White House.










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: From: Kerry Burgess

Sent: Sunday, May 21, 2006 11:04 AM

To: Kerry Burgess

Subject: Re: Journal May 21, 2006


Kerry Burgess wrote:


I think it was my first thought after waking up this morning that I used to date Julia Roberts a long time ago.

I also have these unexplained thoughts that I was a fighter pilot in the U.S. military, although I'm not sure which service, but I may have been in two different branches over time. I am also confused about thoughts that I may have been a helicopter pilot. What's next? A space shuttle pilot? Seems like a lot for someone that is only 40. And, while I am not sure when this divergence happened, I am reasonably certain it was before I turned 33. So I must have been a pretty busy guy. Especially because I have thoughts that I was some kind of mathmetician too.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 21 May 2006 excerpt ends]










http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl?id=2001_3317396

chron Houston Chronicle Archives


Prosecutor nominated to head FBI / `No-nonsense' ex-Marine [ RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 ]

MICHAEL HEDGES, Houston Chronicle WashingtonBureau Staff

FRI 07/06/2001 Houston Chronicle


"He is a tough, no-nonsense former Marine who does not brook incompetence





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chron Houston Chronicle Archives


Prosecutor nominated to head FBI / `No-nonsense' ex-Marine [ RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 ]

MICHAEL HEDGES, Houston Chronicle WashingtonBureau Staff

FRI 07/06/2001 Houston Chronicle


"One thing I would emphasize about Bob Mueller: He is a guy who will know how to fire people when that is necessary."






http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl?id=2001_3317396

chron Houston Chronicle Archives


Prosecutor nominated to head FBI / `No-nonsense' ex-Marine [ RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 ]

MICHAEL HEDGES, Houston Chronicle WashingtonBureau Staff

FRI 07/06/2001 Houston Chronicle


The president said, "Bob Mueller's experience and character convinced me that he's ready to shoulder these responsibilities."










From 4/6/1951 ( premiere US film "The Thing From Another World" ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 18414 days

18414 = 9207 + 9207

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 1/17/1991 ( the date of record of my United States Navy Medal of Honor as Kerry Wayne Burgess chief warrant officer United States Marine Corps circa 1991 ) is 9207 days



From 4/6/1951 ( premiere US film "The Thing From Another World" ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 18414 days

18414 = 9207 + 9207

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 1/17/1991 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Persian Gulf War begins as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 9207 days



From 2/17/1909 ( Geronimo deceased ) To 12/20/1944 ( premiere US film "Carolina Blues" ) is 13090 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 13090 days



[ See also: http://hvom.blogspot.com/2014/01/busto-burro.html ]
[ See also: http://hvom.blogspot.com/2014/03/carolina-blues.html ]


http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/history/directors/mueller

THE FBI FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION [ RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 ]

History


Robert S. Mueller, III

Director

September 4, 2001- September 4, 2013

Robert Mueller was nominated by President George W. Bush and became the sixth Director of the FBI on September 4, 2001.










http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=f000062

Biographical Directory of the United States Congress


FEINSTEIN, Dianne, (1933 - )

Senate Years of Service: 1992-

Party: Democrat

FEINSTEIN, Dianne, a Senator from California; born in San Francisco, Calif., June 22, 1933; attended the San Francisco public schools and graduated from the Convent of the Sacred Heart High School 1951; graduated, Stanford University 1955; member, California Women’s Board of Terms and Parole 1960-1966; member, San Francisco Board of Supervisors 1970-1978, serving as president 1970-1971, 1974-1975, 1978; mayor of San Francisco 1978-1988; director, Bank of California 1988-1989; co-chair, San Francisco Education Fund’s Permanent Fund 1988-1989; unsuccessful candidate for Governor of California 1990; elected in a special election on November 3, 1992, as a Democrat to the United States Senate to fill the term left vacant by the resignation of Pete Wilson; took office on November 4, 1992, and took the oath of office on November 10, 1992; reelected in 1994, 2000, 2006, and again in 2012 for the term ending January 3, 2019; chair, Committee on Rules and Administration (One Hundred Tenth Congress), Select Committee on Intellegence (One Hundred Eleventh to One Hundred Thirteenth Congresses).










http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Reagan


Ronald Reagan

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the 40th President of the United States (1981–1989). Prior to his presidency, he served as the 33rd Governor of California (1967–1975), and was a radio, film and television actor.

Born in Tampico, Illinois, and raised in Dixon, Reagan was educated at Eureka College, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and sociology. After graduating, Reagan moved first to Iowa to work as a radio broadcaster and then, in 1937, to Los Angeles where he began a career as an actor, first in films and later television.


Radio and film

After graduating from Eureka in 1932, Reagan drove himself to Iowa, where he auditioned for a job at many small-town radio stations. The University of Iowa hired him to broadcast home football games for the Hawkeyes. He was paid $10 per game. Soon after, a staff announcer's job opened at radio station WOC in Davenport, and Reagan was hired



http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/timeline/reagan/

PBS


Timeline: Ronald Reagan's Life

Page 1 of 5


1932

Within six weeks of graduating from Eureka, Reagan finds work at WOC radio in Davenport, Iowa.










http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=78320

The American Presidency Project

Harry S. Truman

XXXIII President of the United States: 1945-1953

Executive Order 10145 - Extension of Enlistements in the Armed Forces of the United States

July 27, 1950

By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Act of this date, entitled "An Act to authorize the President to extend enlistments in the Armed Forces of the United States," and as President of the United States and Commander in Chief of the armed forces of the United States, I hereby extend for a period of twelve months all enlistments in the Army, the United States Navy, and the United States Marine Corps, including the Naval Reserve and the Marine Corps Reserve, and in any component of the Air Force of the United States, which shall expire at any time after the date of this order and prior to July 9, 1951: Provided, That nothing contained herein shall be construed to prevent voluntary re-enlistments or voluntary extension of existing enlistments under provisions of applicable laws or the regulations of the Departments of the Army, Navy and Air Force.

The Secretary of Defense is hereby directed to take such steps as he may deem necessary to carry out the provisions of this order.

HARRY S. TRUMAN

THE WHITE HOUSE,

July 27, 1950










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0234381/releaseinfo

IMDb


On Company Business (1980)

Release Info

USA 15 April 1980 (New York City, New York)

Also Known As (AKA)

USA (video title) Inside the CIA: On Company Business










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 7:42 PM Pacific Time near Seattle Washington State USA Wednesday 17 July 2013 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-1990s.html


The 1990s



You know what is my first real memory of Ashdown in 1990?

The way I remember it now and that I think I have written about it before is that I traveled back to Ashdown to visit during Memorial Day 1990. The way I remember it my official discharge from the US Navy was 14 May 1990. I left the Navy earlier than that though because I had a lot of leave time saved up and I took all my leave days so that I was still in the Navy but was on separation leave.

As for Memorial Day 1990 the interesting part is about the tie I was wearing.

I was flying a commercial flight from Greenville South Carolina into Texarkana and I was still wearing the suit and tie I had worn in to work where my employer had an office for us in the First Federal bank in downtown Greenville. I can still visualize my apartment nearby when I was there that earlier morning.

I was there in the First Federal building in my employers office and I was working on repairing a computer terminal the bank tellers used and I had leaned over and my tie got caught in the cooling fan of that computer logic unit.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 17 July 2013 excerpt ends]










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0757004/releaseinfo

IMDb


Sarge (TV Series)

A Terminal Case of Vengeance (1971)

Release Info

USA 21 September 1971

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0757004/

IMDb


Sarge: Season 1, Episode 1

A Terminal Case of Vengeance (21 Sep. 1971)

TV Episode

George Kennedy ... Father Samuel Cavanaugh

Release Date: 21 September 1971 (USA)










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047086/releaseinfo

IMDb


The High and the Mighty (1954)

Release Info

USA 27 May 1954 (Los Angeles, California)



http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047086/fullcredits

IMDb


The High and the Mighty (1954)

Full Cast & Crew


John Wayne ... Dan Roman










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0043137/releaseinfo

IMDb


Winchester '73 (1950)

Release Info

USA 12 July 1950



http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0043137/fullcredits

IMDb


Winchester '73 (1950)

Full Cast & Crew


James Stewart ... Lin McAdam










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0043137/quotes

IMDb


Winchester '73 (1950)

Quotes


Opening title card: This is the story of the Winchester Rifle Model 1873, "The gun that won the West." To cowman, outlaw, peace officer or soldier, the Winchester '73 was a treasured possession. An Indian would sell his soul to own one.










http://www.divxmoviesenglishsubtitles.com/B/Blast_from_the_Past.html


Blast from the Past


He was the golden boy professor at Cal Tech...
but then he started inventing things.
He suddenly became very rich.
And that was it. He quit teaching.
-How's that? -Just what the doctor ordered.
Calvin spends all of his time out there...
tinkering around in the workshop.
If you ask me, it's all very strange.
Same is true of batteries.
I could take a simple yacht battery...
and rig it to last a decade, easily.
Say, Helen, what does Calvin think...
about this trouble down in Cuba?
Oh, for heaven's sakes, please don't bring that up.
I'd say my baseball card collection is as complete...
as any one I've ever seen.
Calvin! Kennedy is going toe-to-toe with Khruschev...
on television right now.
Ooh, boy.
On the island of Cuba.
Unmistakable evidence has established the fact...
that a series of offensive missile sites...
is now in preparation on that imprisoned island.
Tower, this is Wolf One. I got five miles to the overhead.
Wolf One, Tower. Report the numbers.
You're number one for the overhead.
Tower, this is Wolf One. I got a problem here.
State your problem, Wolf One. Are you declaring an emergency?
Stand by, One.





http://www.divxmoviesenglishsubtitles.com/B/Blast_from_the_Past.html


Blast from the Past


I bet that's a fighter jet on its way to Key West.
Good luck, amigo.
An emergency has been declared.
I repeat, an emergency has been declared.
You hear that?
I'll come back for the radio.
I wish you would have at least let me do the dishes.
It's not gonna be that easy...
to get all that dried-on food off my nice plates.
I just hope those plates are not radioactive by tomorrow.
Cheese is particularly troublesome.
I've got secondaries of an engine fire.
I'm gonna need to find a clear area to eject.
Roger, Wolf One. Can you make it to the ocean?
Roger that, Tower.
I'm marking the one-eight-zero radio for five...
and ejecting, Tower.
Roger, Wolf One.





http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0124298/quotes

IMDb


Blast from the Past (1999)

Quotes


Miss 'Sweet', at Club 40: Yes?

Adam: I was wondering if you could help me? I, um...

[she looks at him with definite disdain]

Adam: ...seem to have lost my Congressional Medal of Honor around here... somewhere.

Miss 'Sweet', at Club 40: [bursts into laughter] Now, that's a great one!










http://articles.latimes.com/1989-07-05/news/mn-3104_1_nato-air

Los Angeles Times


Pilotless MIG Flies Into NATO Skies, Crashes

July 05, 1989 From Times Wire Services

BRUSSELS — A Soviet jet fighter flew over three NATO nations Tuesday, after its pilot ejected over Poland, and crashed into a house near the French-Belgian border, killing a teen-ager inside.

Officials of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, headquartered in Brussels, said U.S. F-15s intercepted the MIG-23 soon after it entered NATO airspace and accompanied it until it crashed. They said the Soviet plane was carrying only conventional weapons.

The Soviet news agency Tass said the plane went astray after the pilot ejected because of equipment failure "during a training flight over Poland." It said the pilot survived.

A spokesman for the West German air force's administrative headquarters said in Cologne that the MIG took off from the Polish city of Kolobrzeg, more than 625 miles from where it came down.

Tass said the Soviet Defense Ministry was "contacting governments of the countries whose airspace was crossed by the plane"--West Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium.

In Brussels, Foreign Minister Mark Eyskens summoned the Soviet ambassador to his office for further explanation, a spokesman for Eyskens said.

At the Defense Department in Washington, Air Force Maj. Mike Stepp said the NATO air defense system picked up the MIG "before it ever crossed into NATO airspace," and the F-15s "were scrambled and intercepted the aircraft."

When the American pilots caught the Soviet plane, they saw "it had no canopy and no pilot," he said.

No Soviet Warning

West German government sources said in Bonn that Soviet officials apparently gave NATO no warning that the plane was approaching, and one questioned why Warsaw Pact defenses did not try to shoot it down.

"We would like to know whether the Soviets knew an aircraft was about to go West and why they never made any attempt to bring it down in their airspace," he said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

The plane flew over some of Western Europe's most densely populated areas and went down only miles from a cluster of urban areas along the border.

Gaston Bourlet of the Belgian Defense Ministry said the MIG crashed at 10:37 a.m. into a house near Wevelgem, 50 miles west of Brussels, killing an 18-year-old man. The house was destroyed and only the MIG's tail section, adorned with a red star, was still recognizable.

Firefighters fought the flames for more than an hour.

Military officials in West Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium said that the MIG-23 entered West German airspace at 9:42 a.m. and that there was no response to radio requests for identification. The U.S. Air Force F-15s scrambled from Soesterberg Air Base in the central Netherlands and caught the intruder over northern West Germany.

After crossing into northern Holland at 40,000 feet, the Soviet fighter veered southward, lost speed and altitude and crashed 55 minutes after it was detected on NATO radar screens, they said.

Lt. Col. Michael R. Gannon, a spokesman at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe near Casteau, Belgium, said NATO officials had hoped the MIG would head out over the North Sea, where the F-15s could safely shoot it down.

Another official at the headquarters said privately the decision was made not to attack over land because "when it is shot in the air at high altitude, you don't know where it is going."



http://www.deseretnews.com/article/53702/BELGIAN-DIES-WHEN-SOVIET-JET-HITS-BEDROOM-OF-HIS-HOME.html?pg=all

Deseret News

BELGIAN DIES WHEN SOVIET JET HITS BEDROOM OF HIS HOME

Published: Tuesday, July 4 1989 12:00 a.m. MDT

A Soviet MiG-23 fighter jet Tuesday crashed into a house near the French border, killing one person, officials said. The pilot apparently had bailed out.

Two U.S. Air Force F-15 jets intercepted the plane after it crossed into Western European airspace and escorted it until it crashed.Defense Ministry spokesman Gaston Bourlet said the plane crashed at 10:37 a.m. in Wevelgem, a town on the French border about 50 miles west of Brussels.

Emmanuel de Bethune, mayor of the nearby town of Kortrijk, said a man was killed when the plane crashed into a bedroom of his home. The whereabouts of the pilot were unknown.



http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-7927013.html

HighBeam RESEARCH


A bolt from the blue. (MiG-23 fighter crash on July 4, 1989) (column)

Journal of Electronic Defense

September 1, 1989 Burhans, William A.

A Bolt from the Blue

It appeared as a brief announcement entitled "At the USSR Ministry of Defense" on page 3 of the 5 July 1989 issue of the Ministry of Defense daily newspaper Krasnaya zvezda (Red Star). On 4 July 1989, the pilot of a MiG-23 fighter interceptor assigned to an aviation unit of the Northern Group of Forces during a training mission had to eject immediately after takeoff and survived. "The aircraft continued uncontrolled flight in a western direction and fell in Belgian territory.










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: 06/10/09 9:37 PM
After I read over this again just now it reminded me of the dream just before waking up this evening and something the RIO said over the intercom of the F-14 Tomcat I was in as the pilot.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammock_activity

Hammock activity

A Hammock activity is a schedule (project management) or project planning term for a grouping of subtasks that "hangs" between two end dates it is tied to. (Or the two end-events it is fixed to.)

A Hammock activity groups subtasks which are not related in the hierarchial sense of a Work Breakdown Structure.

A Hammock activity groups subtasks which are not related in a logical sense of a dependency (project management) where one subtask must wait for another.

Usages:

Group dissimilar activities that lead to an overall capability, such as preparations under a summary label, e.g. "vacation preparation";

JOURNAL ARCHIVE: 06/10/09 9:39 PM
I could see very well in the dream that we were flying over some mountainous terrain and there was a Libyan military jet below me and to my right side. The dialog that I believe was from the RIO in the seat behind me was about that opposing fighter and the part that I remember the best is that he was saying the the pilot of that Libyan jet was wearing a mask. I could see the jet well enough to establish the make but I was far enough away that I could not see the pilot or even if he was wearing an oxygen mask. The first detail on that notion I remember either during the dream or after I have pondered over it is that my RIO was looking at him through binoculars. At some point afterwards the thought occurred to me that we had actually flown close enough to that Libyan aircraft that I could see visually unaided that he was wearing an oxygen mask. There was some other dialog from my RIO and I have pondered over whether he was also communicating with the Hawkeye or the carrier or both over the radio the details I was hearing from him. We were preparing to engage the Libyan fighter with the weapons on my aircraft and this part about the summary label for the project item reminds me of something my RIO was saying but I cannot remember precisely what he was saying. It was as though he was scheduling a task for our fire-control computer and I heard him define the text of the label for that task of firing at the opposing fighter. I feel certain that is not really how the fire-control system operates in an F-14 Tomcat but this was a notion similar to writing a message on the casing of a bomb just before it is dropped on a target.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 10 June 2009 excerpt ends]










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: July 29, 2006


I'm wondering if this happened because I was there and the Libyans knew I was there. If that is true, they were trying to shoot me down because Reagan was leaving office later that month, sort of a going away present from Qhaddafi. I just wish I could remember so I would know what this means.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulf_of_Sidra_incident_%281989%29

The second Gulf of Sidra incident, January 4, 1989, occurred when two US F-14 Tomcats shot down two Libyan MiG-23 Flogger Es that appeared to be attempting to engage them, as had happened previously in the first Gulf of Sidra incident (1981).


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 29 July 2006 excerpt ends]










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 05:17 AM Pacific Time Seattle USA Friday 22 February 2013 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2013/02/chain-reaction.html


Back in the year 2003 I wrote a letter on my computer at home and I printed it out on to paper and I put that letter in a stamped envelope for the postal service and I sent that letter through the United States Postal Service. I had the envelope of the letter addressed specifically to the Chief of Operations United States Navy and I referenced a special projects branch I had found on the internet.

I wrote about a computer program I created for the guided missile computer complex system that would transfer memory from one of the computers to the other when we were in the Persian Gulf in 1988. We had two identical systems in place. They were twins you could say. The transfer of code was problematic and the solution was not obvious.

I mailed the letter to the Chief of Operations United States Navy and told them I should have received the Silver Star.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 22 February 2013 excerpt ends]










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088247/quotes

IMDb


Terminator (1984)

Quotes


Biker at Phone Booth: Hey, man, you've got a serious attitude problem.










http://www.divxmoviesenglishsubtitles.com/T/Top_Gun.html


Top Gun


The F-14 is defensive.|He has a chance to bug out right here.
Better to retire and save your aircraft|than push a bad position.
Charlie, jump in here any time. You stay|in that diamond another three seconds, -
- the bogey's gonna blow you away.|You take a hard right, select zone five ...
You can extend an escape.|You made a bad choice.
- Charlie?|- Aircraft one performs a split S?
That's the last thing you should do.|The MiG's right on your tail.
Freeze there. The MiG has you in|his gunsight. What were you thinking?
You don't have time to think up there.|If you think, you're dead.
That's a big gamble|with a $30 million plane.
Unfortunately, it worked.|The MiG never got a clean shot.
Maverick makes an aggressive vertical|move and defeats him with a missile.
The encounter was a victory, but we|show it as an example of what not to do.
Next.
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Gulf of Sidra incident (1989)

The second Gulf of Sidra incident, January 4, 1989, occurred when two US F-14 Tomcats shot down two Libyan MiG-23 Flogger Es that appeared to be attempting to engage them, as had happened previously in the first Gulf of Sidra incident (1981).


At almost 12:01 the lead Tomcat RIO said that "Bogeys have jinked back at me again for the fifth time. They're on my nose now, inside of 20 miles", followed shortly by "Master arm on" as he ordered arming of the weapons.


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Medal of Honor

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Medal of Honor is the United States of America's highest military honor, awarded for personal acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty.


There are three versions of the medal, one for the Army, one for the Navy, and one for the Air Force. Personnel of the Marine Corps and Coast Guard receive the Navy version.


The medal was established during the civil war to give recognition to men who distinguished themselves "conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity" in combat with an enemy of the United States.


Flag

On October 23, 2002, Pub.L. 107–248 was enacted, modifying 36 U.S.C. § 903, authorizing a Medal of Honor flag to be presented to recipients of the decoration.


Presenting

There are two distinct protocols for awarding the Medal of Honor. The first and most common is nomination and approval through the chain of command of the service member. The second method is nomination by a member of the U.S. Congress, generally at the request of a constituent, and the subsequent approval via a special Act of Congress.


Evolution of criteria


Public Law 88-77, July 25, 1963: The requirements for the Medal of Honor were standardized among all the services, requiring that a recipient had "distinguished himself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty." Thus, the act removed the loophole allowing non-combat awards to Navy personnel. The act also clarified that the act of valor must occur during one of three circumstances:

1.While engaged in action against an enemy of the United States

2.While engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force.

3.While serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the United States is not a belligerent party.










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Geronimo

Geronimo, Indian name Goyathlay (“One Who Yawns”) (born June 1829, No-Doyohn Canyon, Mex.—died Feb. 17, 1909, Fort Sill, Okla., U.S.), Bedonkohe Apache leader of the Chiricahua Apache, who led his people’s defense of their homeland against the military might of the United States.










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The American Presidency Project

Ronald Reagan

XL President of the United States: 1981 - 1989

Letter Accepting the Resignation of William J. Casey as Director of Central Intelligence

February 2, 1987

Dear Bill:

It is with profound regret that I accept your resignation as Director of Central Intelligence.

When I nominated you to this post just over six years ago and you took your seat as a member of my Cabinet, the United States faced an array of foreign policy challenges. Many of these challenges flowed naturally from America's position as leader of the Free World. Others, however, were of our own making, reflecting the relative decline in our military strength and the steady erosion of our intelligence capabilities. We came to office determined to restore that strength and those capabilities, the keys to a future of peace and freedom for ourselves and for all mankind.

To achieve these goals, we needed first to remind ourselves both that our mission was worthwhile and that we were worthy to succeed in it. At such a time, America could not have been more fortunate than to have at its service a person of your experience and courage. First and foremost, you brought to the Central Intelligence Agency a keen sense of history, a deep understanding of the geopolitical forces at work in the 20th century. With the Office of Strategic Services in World War II, you guided intelligence activity in Eisenhower's theatre of operation. You saw the value of sophisticated intelligence during one of the most critical periods in our Nation's history. You saw firsthand what pride and morale mean to those on the front lines of freedom. I know that nothing gives you greater satisfaction than the knowledge that, forty years later, you have helped restore that sense of pride and morale to America's intelligence services during another critical hour.

America has been blessed to have the service and the spirit of Bill Casey. You have given your fellow citizens your very best not only in my Administration, but in all the varied roles you have taken on during your distinguished career. As a businessman, lawyer, author, professor, and public servant, you consistently achieved great success through hard work, a sustained vision of the public good, and fidelity to the values that make our Nation great.

From the days of the campaign in 1980 through the transition and halfway through this second term, I have been fortunate to have you by my side. Your commitment and your achievements will continue in the institutions of government which you led so well and in the cause of liberty you so proudly served.
As you know, I am holding open for you the position of Counsellor to the President for whenever you feel your recovery is sufficient to assume those responsibilities.

On behalf of all Americans, thank you for all you've done. Nancy and I send you and Sophia our warmest wishes.

Sincerely,

RON

29 January 1987

Dear Mr. President:

I herewith submit my resignation as Director of Central Intelligence effective this date, January 29, 1987. It has been a great honor serving you.

Respectfully,

WILLIAM J. CASEY










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The American Presidency Project

Richard Nixon

XXXVII President of the United States: 1969 - 1974

266 - Remarks on Accepting the Presidential Nomination of the Republican National Convention

August 23, 1972

Mr. Chairman, delegates to this convention, my fellow Americans:

Four years ago, standing in this very place, I proudly accepted your nomination for President of the United States.

With your help and with the votes of millions of Americans, we won a great victory in 1968.

Tonight, I again proudly accept your nomination for President of the United States.

Let us pledge ourselves to win an even greater victory this November, in 1972.

I congratulate Chairman Ford. I congratulate Chairman Dole, Anne Armstrong1 and the hundreds of others who have laid the foundation for that victory by their work at this great convention.

Our platform is a dynamic program for progress for America and for peace in the world.

Speaking in a very personal sense, I express my deep gratitude to this convention for the tribute you have paid to the best campaigner in the Nixon family-my wife Pat. In honoring her, you have honored millions of women in America who have contributed in the past and will contribute in the future so very much to better government in this country.

Again, as I did last night when I was not at the convention, I express the appreciation of all of the delegates and of all America for letting us see young America at its best at our convention. As I express my appreciation to you, I want to say that you have inspired us with your enthusiasm, with your intelligence, with your dedication at this convention. You have made us realize that this is a year when we can prove the experts' predictions wrong, because we can set as our goal winning a majority of the new voters for our ticket this November.

I pledge to you, all of the new voters in America who are listening on television and listening here in this convention hall, that I will do everything that I can over these next 4 years to make your support be one that you can be proud of, because as I said to you last night, and I feel it very deeply in my heart: Years from now I want you to look back and be able to say that your first vote was one of the best votes you ever cast in your life.

Mr. Chairman, I congratulate the delegates to this convention for renominating as my running mate the man who has just so eloquently and graciously introduced me, Vice President Ted Agnew.

I thought he was the best man for the job 4 years ago.

I think he is the best man for the job today.

And I am not going to change my mind tomorrow.

Finally, as the Vice President has indicated, you have demonstrated to the Nation that we can have an open convention without dividing Americans into quotas.

Let us commit ourselves to rule out every vestige of discrimination in this country of ours. But my fellow Americans, the way to end discrimination against some is not to begin discrimination against others.

Dividing Americans into quotas is totally alien to the American tradition.

Americans don't want to be part of a quota. They want to be part of America. This Nation proudly calls itself the United States of America. Let us reject any philosophy that would make us the divided people of America.

In that spirit, I address you tonight, my fellow Americans, not as a partisan of party, which would divide us, but as a partisan of principles, which can unite us.

Six weeks ago our opponents at their convention rejected many of the great principles of the Democratic Party. To those millions who have been driven out of their home in the Democratic Party, we say come home. We say come home not to another party, but we say come home to the great principles we Americans believe in together.

And I ask you, my fellow Americans, tonight to join us not in a coalition held together only by a desire to gain power. I ask you to join us as members of a new American majority bound together by our common ideals.

I ask everyone listening to me tonight-Democrats, Republicans, independents, to join our new majority--not on the basis of the party label you wear in your lapel, but on the basis of what you believe in your hearts.

In asking for your support I shall not dwell on the record of our Administration which has been praised perhaps too generously by others at this convention.

We have made great progress in these past 4 years.

It can truly be said that we have changed America and that America has changed the world. As a result of what we have done, America today is a better place and the world is a safer place to live in than was the case 4 years ago.

We can be proud of that record, but we shall never be satisfied. A record is not something to stand on; it is something to build on.

Tonight I do not ask you to join our new majority because of what we have done in the past. I ask your support of the Principles I believe should determine America's future.

The choice in this election is not between radical change and no change. The choice in this election is between change that works and change that won't work.

I begin with an article of faith.

It has become fashionable in recent years to point up what is wrong with what is called the American system. The critics contend it is so unfair, so corrupt, so unjust, that we should tear it down and substitute something else in its place.

I totally disagree. I believe in the American system.

I have traveled to 80 countries in the past 25 years, and I have seen Communist systems, I have seen Socialist systems, I have seen systems that are half Socialist and half free.

Every time I come home to America, I realize how fortunate we are to live in this great and good country.

Every time I am reminded that we have more freedom, more opportunity, more prosperity than any people in the world, that we have the highest rate of growth of any industrial nation, that Americans have more jobs at higher wages than in any country in the world; that our rate of inflation is less than that of any industrial nation, that the incomparable productivity of America's farmers has made it possible for us to launch a winning war against hunger in the United States, and that the productivity of our farmers also makes us the best fed people in the world with the lowest percentage of the family budget going to food of any country in the world.

We can be very grateful in this country that the people on welfare in America would be rich in most of the nations of the world today.

Now, my fellow Americans, in pointing up those things, we do not overlook the fact that our system has its problems.

Our Administration, as you know, has provided the biggest tax cut in history, but taxes are still too high.

That is why one of the goals of our next Administration is to reduce the property tax which is such an unfair and heavy burden on the poor, the elderly, the wage earner, the farmer, and those on fixed incomes.

As all of you know, we have cut inflation in half in this Administration, but we have got to cut it further. We must cut it further so that we can continue to expand on the greatest accomplishment of our new economic policy: For the first time in 5 years wage increases in America are not being eaten up by price increases.

As a result of the millions of new jobs created by our new economic policies, unemployment today in America is less than the peacetime average of the sixties, but we must continue the unparalleled increase in new jobs so that we can achieve the great goal of our new prosperity--a job for every American who wants to work, without war and without inflation. The way to reach this goal is to stay on the new road we have charted to move America forward and not to take a sharp detour to the left, which would lead to a dead end for the hopes of the American people.

This points up one of the clearest choices in this campaign. Our opponents believe in a different philosophy.

Theirs is the politics of paternalism, where master planners in Washington make decisions for people.

Ours is the politics of people--where people make decisions for themselves.

The proposal that they have made to pay $1,000 to every person in America insults the intelligence of the American voters.

Because you know that every politician's promise has a price--the taxpayer pays the bill.

The American people are not going to be taken in by any scheme where Government gives money with one hand and then takes it away with the other.

Their platform promises everything to everybody, but at an increased net in the budget of $144 billion, but listen to what it means to you, the taxpayers of the country. That would mean an increase of 50 percent in what the taxpayers of America pay. I oppose any new spending programs which will increase the tax burden on the already overburdened American taxpayer.

And they have proposed legislation which would add 82 million people to the welfare rolls.

I say that instead of providing incentives for millions of more Americans to go on welfare, we need a program which will provide incentives for people to get off of welfare and to get to work.

We believe that it is wrong for anyone to receive more on welfare than for someone who works. Let us be generous to those who can't work without increasing the tax burden of those who do work.

And while we are talking about welfare, let us quit treating our senior citizens in this country like welfare recipients. They have worked hard all of their lives to build America. And as the builders of America, they have not asked for a handout. What they ask for is what they have earned--and that is retirement in dignity and self-respect. Let's give that to our senior citizens.

Now, when you add up the cost of all of the programs our opponents have proposed, you reach only one conclusion: They would destroy the system which has made America number one in the world economically.

Listen to these facts: Americans today pay one-third of all of their income in taxes. If their programs were adopted, Americans would pay over one-half of what they earn in taxes. This means that if their programs are adopted, American wage earners would be working more for the Government than they would for themselves.

Once we cross this line, we cannot turn back because the incentive which makes the American economic system the most productive in the world would be destroyed.

Theirs is not a new approach. It has been tried before in countries abroad, and I can tell you that those who have tried it have lived to regret it.

We cannot and we will not let them do this to America.

Let us always be true to the principle that has made America the world's most prosperous nation--that here in America a person should get what he works for and work for what he gets.

Let me illustrate the difference in our philosophies. Because of our free economic system, what we have done is to build a great building of economic wealth and money in America. It is by far the tallest building in the world, and we are still adding to it. Now because some of the windows are broken, they say tear it down and start again. We say, replace the windows and keep building. That is the difference.

Let me turn now to a second area where my beliefs are totally different from those of our opponents.

Four years ago crime was rising all over America at an unprecedented rate. Even our Nation's Capital was called the crime capital of the world. I pledged to stop the rise in crime. In order to keep that pledge, I promised in the election campaign that I would appoint judges to the Federal courts, and particularly to the Supreme Court, who would recognize that the first civil right of every American is to be free from domestic violence.

I have kept that promise. I am proud of the appointments I have made to the courts, and particularly proud of those I have made to the Supreme Court of the United States. And I pledge again tonight, as I did 4 years ago, that whenever I have the opportunity to make more appointments to the courts, I shall continue to appoint judges who share my philosophy that we must strengthen the peace forces as against the criminal forces in the United States.

We have launched an all-out offensive against crime, against narcotics, against permissiveness in our country.

I want the peace officers across America to know that they have the total backing of their President in their fight against crime.

My fellow Americans, as we move toward peace abroad, I ask you to support our programs which will keep the peace at home.

Now, I turn to an issue of overriding importance not only to this election, but for generations to come--the progress we have made in building a new structure of peace in the world.

Peace is too important for partisanship. There have been five Presidents in my political lifetime--Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Lyndon Johnson.

They had differences on some issues, but they were united in their belief that where the security of America or the peace of the world is involved we are not Republicans, we are not Democrats. We are Americans, first, last, and always.

These five Presidents were united in their total opposition to isolation for America and in their belief that the interests of the United States and the interests of world peace require that America be strong enough and intelligent enough to assume the responsibilities of leadership in the world.

They were united in the conviction that the United States should have a defense second to none in the world.

They were all men who hated war and were dedicated to peace.

But not one of these five men, and no President in our history, believed that America should ask an enemy for peace on terms that would betray our allies and destroy respect for the United States all over the world.

As your President, I pledge that I shall always uphold that proud bipartisan tradition. Standing in this Convention Hall 4 years ago, I pledged to seek an honorable end to the war in Vietnam. We have made great progress toward that end. We have brought over half a million men home, and more will be coming home. We have ended America's ground combat role. No draftees are being sent to Vietnam. We have reduced our casualties by 98 percent. We have gone the extra mile, in fact we have gone tens of thousands of miles trying to seek a negotiated settlement of the war. We have offered a cease-fire, a total withdrawal of all American forces, an exchange of all prisoners of war, internationally supervised free elections with the Communists participating in the elections and in the supervision.

There are three things, however, that we have not and that we will not offer.

We will never abandon our prisoners of war.

Second, we will not join our enemies in imposing a Communist government on our allies--the 17 million people of South Vietnam.

And we will never stain the honor of the United States of America.

Now I realize that many, particularly in this political year, wonder why we insist on an honorable peace in Vietnam. From a political standpoint they suggest that since I was not in office when over a half million American men were sent there, that I should end the war by agreeing to impose a Communist government on the people of South Vietnam and just blame the whole catastrophe on my predecessors.

This might be good politics, but it would be disastrous to the cause of peace in the world. If, at this time, we betray our allies, it will discourage our friends abroad and it will encourage our enemies to engage in aggression.

In areas like the Mideast, which are danger areas, small nations who rely on the friendship and support of the United States would be in deadly jeopardy.

To our friends and allies in Europe, Asia, the Mideast, and Latin America, I say the United States will continue its great bipartisan tradition--to stand by our friends and never to desert them.

Now in discussing Vietnam, I have noted that in this election year there has been a great deal of talk about providing amnesty for those few hundred Americans who chose to desert their country rather than to serve it in Vietnam. I think it is time that we put the emphasis where it belongs. The real heroes are 2 1/2 million young Americans who chose to serve their country rather than desert it. I say to you tonight, in these times when there is so much of a tendency to run down those who have served America in the past and who serve it today, let us give those who serve in our Armed Forces and those who have served in Vietnam the honor and the respect that they deserve and that they have earned.

Finally, in this connection, let one thing be clearly understood in this election campaign: The American people will not tolerate any attempt by our enemies to interfere in the cherished right of the American voter to make his own decision with regard to what is best for America without outside intervention.

Now it is understandable that Vietnam has been a major concern in foreign policy. But we have not allowed the war in Vietnam to paralyze our capacity to initiate historic new policies to construct a lasting and just peace in the world.

When the history of this period is written, I believe it will be recorded that our most significant contributions to peace resulted from our trips to Peking and to Moscow.

The dialogue that we have begun with the People's Republic of China has reduced the danger of war and has increased the chance for peaceful cooperation between two great peoples.

Within the space of 4 years in our relations with the Soviet Union, we have moved from confrontation to negotiation, and then to cooperation in the interest of peace.

We have taken the first step in limiting the nuclear arms race.

We have laid the foundation for further limitations on nuclear weapons and eventually of reducing the armaments in the nuclear area.

We can thereby not only reduce the enormous cost of arms for both our countries, but we can increase the chances for peace.

More than on any other single issue, I ask you, my fellow Americans, to give us the chance to continue these great initiatives that can contribute so much to the future of peace in the world.

It can truly be said that as a result of our initiatives, the danger of war is less today than it was; the chances for peace are greater.

But a note of warning needs to be sounded. We cannot be complacent. Our opponents have proposed massive cuts in our defense budget which would have the inevitable effect of making the United States the second strongest nation in the world.

For the United States unilaterally to reduce its strength with the naive hope that other nations would do likewise would increase the danger of war in the world.

It would completely remove any incentive of other nations to agree to a mutual limitation or reduction of arms.

The promising initiatives we have undertaken to limit arms would be destroyed.

The security of the United States and all the nations in the world who depend upon our friendship and support would be threatened.

Let's look at the record on defense expenditures. We have cut spending in our Administration. It now takes the lowest percentage of our national product in 20 years. We should not spend more on defense than we need. But we must never spend less than we need.

What we must understand is, spending what we need on defense will cost us money. Spending less than we need could cost us our lives or our freedom.

So tonight, my fellow Americans, I say, let us take risks for peace, but let us never risk the security of the United States of America.

It is for that reason that I pledge that we will continue to seek peace and the mutual reduction of arms. The United States, during this period, however, will always have a defense second to none.

There are those who believe that we can entrust the security of America to the good will of our adversaries.

Those who hold this view do not know the real world. We can negotiate limitation of arms, and we have done so. We can make agreements to reduce the danger of war, and we have done so.

But one unchangeable rule of international diplomacy that I have learned over many, many years is that, in negotiations between great powers, you can only get something if you have something to give in return.

That is why I say tonight: Let us always be sure that when the President of the United States goes to the conference table, he never has to negotiate from weakness.

There is no such thing as a retreat to peace.

My fellow Americans, we stand today on the threshold of one of the most exciting and challenging eras in the history of relations between nations.

We have the opportunity in our time to be the peacemakers of the world, because the world trusts and respects us and because the world knows that we shall only use our power to defend freedom, never to destroy it; to keep the peace, never to break it.

A strong America is not the enemy of peace; it is the guardian of peace.

The initiatives that we have begun can result in reducing the danger of arms, as well as the danger of war which hangs over the world today.

Even more important, it means that the enormous creative energies of the Russian people and the Chinese people and the American people and all the great peoples of the world can be turned away from production of war and turned toward production for peace.

In America it means that we can undertake programs for progress at home that will be just as exciting as the great initiatives we have undertaken in building a new structure of peace abroad.

My fellow Americans, the peace dividend that we hear so much about has too often been described solely in monetary terms--how much money we could take out of the arms budget and apply to our domestic needs. By far the biggest dividend, however, is that achieving our goal of a lasting peace in the world would reflect the deepest hopes and ideals of all of the American people.

Speaking on behalf of the American people, I was proud to be able to say in my television address to the Russian people in May: We covet no one else's territory. We seek no dominion over any other nation. We seek peace not only for ourselves, but for all the people of the world.

This dedication to idealism runs through America's history.

During the tragic War Between the States, Abraham Lincoln was asked whether God was on his side. He replied, "My concern is not whether God is on our side, but whether we are on God's side."

May that always be our prayer for America.

We hold the future of peace in the world and our own future in our hands. Let us reject therefore the policies of those who whine and whimper about our frustrations and call on us to turn inward

Let us not turn away from greatness.

The chance America now has to lead the way to a lasting peace in the world may never come again.

With faith in God and faith in ourselves and faith in our country, let us have the vision and the courage to seize the moment and meet the challenge before it slips away.

On your television screen last night, you saw the cemetery in Leningrad I visited on my trip to the Soviet Union--where 300,000 people died in the siege of that city during World War II.

At the cemetery I saw the picture of a 12-year-old girl. She was a beautiful child. Her name was Tanya.

I read her diary. It tells the terrible story of war. In the simple words of a child she wrote of the deaths of the members of her family. Zhenya in December. Grannie in January. Then Leka. Then Uncle Vasya. Then Uncle Lyosha. Then Mama in May. And finally--these were the last words in her diary: "All are dead. Only Tanya is left."

Let us think of Tanya and of the other Tanyas and their brothers and sisters everywhere in Russia, in China, in America, as we proudly meet our responsibilities for leadership in the world in a way worthy of a great people.

I ask you, my fellow Americans, to join our new majority not just in the cause of winning an election, but in achieving a hope that mankind has had since the beginning of civilization. Let us build a peace that our children and all the children of the world can enjoy for generations to come.

Note: The President spoke at 10:27 p.m. in Convention Hall, Miami Beach, Fla. His remarks were broadcast live on radio and television.

The President spoke from a prepared text. An advance text of his remarks was released on the same day.

1 Representative Gerald R. Ford was permanent chairman of the 1972 Republican National Convention; Senator Robert Dole was chairman of the Republican National Committee; and Anne Armstrong was secretary of the convention.










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Gestapo

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Gestapo (abbreviation of Geheime Staatspolizei, "Secret State Police") was the official secret police of Nazi Germany and German-occupied Europe.


History

As part of the deal in which Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, Hermann Göring—future commander of the Luftwaffe and the number-two-man in the Nazi Party—was named Interior Minister of Prussia. This gave Göring command of the largest police force in Germany. Soon afterward, Göring detached the political and intelligence sections from the police and filled their ranks with Nazis. On 26 April 1933, Göring merged the two units as the Gestapo. He originally wanted to name it the Secret Police Office (German: Geheimes Polizeiamt), but discovered the German initials "GPA" looked and sounded too much like those of the Russian GPU.

Its first commander was Rudolf Diels, a protégé of Göring. Diels was best known as the primary interrogator of Marinus van der Lubbe after the Reichstag fire. In late 1933, the Reich Interior Minister Wilhelm Frick wanted to integrate all the police forces of the German states under his control. Göring outflanked him by removing the Prussian political and intelligence departments from the state interior ministry. Göring himself took over the Gestapo in 1934 and urged Hitler to extend the agency's authority throughout Germany. This represented a radical departure from German tradition, which held that law enforcement was (mostly) a Land (state) and local matter. In this, he ran into conflict with Heinrich Himmler, who was police chief of the second most powerful German state, Bavaria. Frick did not have the muscle to take on Göring by himself so he allied with Himmler. With Frick's support, Himmler (pushed on by his right-hand man, Reinhard Heydrich) took over the political police of state after state. Soon only Prussia was left.

Concerned that Diels was not ruthless enough to effectively counteract the power of the Sturmabteilung (SA), Göring handed over control of the Gestapo to Himmler on 20 April 1934. Also on that date, Hitler appointed Himmler chief of all German police outside Prussia. Heydrich, named chief of the Gestapo by Himmler on 22 April 1934, also continued as head of the SS Security Service (Sicherheitsdienst, SD).

On 17 June 1936, Hitler decreed the unification of all police forces in the Reich and named Himmler as Chief of German Police. This action effectively merged the police into the SS and removed it from Frick's control. Himmler was nominally subordinate to Frick as police chief, but as Reichsführer-SS, he answered only to Hitler. This move also gave Himmler operational control over Germany's entire detective force. The Gestapo became a national state agency rather than a Prussian state agency. Himmler also gained authority over all of Germany's uniformed law enforcement agencies, which were amalgamated into the new Ordnungspolizei (Orpo: Order Police), which became a national agency under SS general Kurt Daluege. Shortly thereafter, Himmler created the Kriminalpolizei (Kripo: Criminal Police), merging it with the Gestapo into the Sicherheitspolizei (SiPo: Security Police), under Heydrich's command. The SiPo was considered a complementary organization to the SD. Heinrich Müller was at that time the Gestapo operations chief. He answered to Heydrich; Heydrich answered only to Himmler and Himmler answered only to Hitler.

The Gestapo had the authority to investigate cases of treason, espionage, sabotage and criminal attacks on the Nazi Party and Germany. The basic Gestapo law passed by the government in 1936 gave the Gestapo carte blanche to operate without judicial review—in effect, putting it above the law. The Gestapo was specifically exempted from responsibility to administrative courts, where citizens normally could sue the state to conform to laws. As early as 1935, however, a Prussian administrative court had ruled that the Gestapo's actions were not subject to judicial review. The SS officer Werner Best, onetime head of legal affairs in the Gestapo, summed up this policy by saying, "As long as the police carries out the will of the leadership, it is acting legally."










From 12/25/1971 ( George Walker Bush the purveyor of illegal drugs strictly for his personal profit including the trafficking of massive amounts of cocaine into the United States confined to federal prison in Mexico for illegally smuggling narcotics in Mexico ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 10846 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 7/14/1995 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - premiere US film "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory" ) is 10846 days



From 8/3/1998 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - Tom Clancy "Rainbow Six" ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 1128 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 12/4/1968 ( premiere US film "Corruption" ) is 1128 days



From 6/24/1977 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - George Walker Bush fraudulently incorporates Arbusto ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 8838 days

8838 = 4419 + 4419

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 12/8/1977 ( Ryan Newman ) is 4419 days



From 6/24/1977 ( premiere US film "Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo" ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 8838 days

8838 = 4419 + 4419

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 12/8/1977 ( Ryan Newman ) is 4419 days



From 9/15/1997 ( premiere US TV series "Pensacola: Wings of Gold"::series premiere episode "Yesterday, Upon the Stair..." ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 1450 days

1450 = 725 + 725

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/28/1967 ( Julia Roberts ) is 725 days



From 12/1/1942 ( premiere US film "Roar, Navy, Roar" ) To 10/3/1978 ( Stephen King "The Stand" ) is 13090 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 13090 days



From 3/17/1955 ( Gary Sinise ) To 1/17/1991 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Persian Gulf War begins as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 13090 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 13090 days



From 7/26/1945 ( premiere US film "The Apache Indian" ) To 9/4/2001 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Robert Mueller swearing-in ceremony as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 20494 days

20494 = 10247 + 10247

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 11/22/1993 ( Anthony Burgess dead ) is 10247 days



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http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/history/directors/mueller

THE FBI FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION [ RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 ]

History


Robert S. Mueller, III

Director

September 4, 2001- September 4, 2013

Robert Mueller was nominated by President George W. Bush and became the sixth Director of the FBI on September 4, 2001.










http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2004/10/20041025-9.html

THE WHITE HOUSE

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH

For Immediate Release

Office of the Press Secretary

October 25, 2004

President's Remarks in Davenport, Iowa

The Rivercenter

Davenport, Iowa

5:30 P.M. CDT


AUDIENCE: Booo!










http://www.chakoteya.net/movies/movie8.html

Star Trek: First Contact


LAFORGE: You know? I wish I had a picture of this.

COCHRANE: What?

LAFORGE: Oh well, you see, in the future this whole area becomes an historical monument. You're standing almost on the exact spot where your statue's gonna be.

COCHRANE: Statue?

LAFORGE: Yeah! It's marble, about twenty metres tall and you're looking up at the sky. Your hand sort of reaching to the future.

COCHRANE: I gotta to take a leak!

LAFORGE: Leak? I'm not detecting any leak.

COCHRANE: Don't you people from the twenty-fourth century ever pee?

LAFORGE: Oh, leak, I get it. ...That's pretty funny.

COCHRANE: Excuse me.










http://watergate.info/1952/09/23/nixon-checkers-speech.html

Watergate.info


Senator Nixon’s Checkers Speech

Sep 23, 1952

Text of Senator Richard Nixon’s Checkers speech.


Well, that’s where we start when I go into politics. Now what I’ve I earned since I went into politics? Well, here it is—I jotted it down, let me read the notes. First of all I’ve had my salary as a Congressman and as a Senator. Second, I have received a total in this past six years of $1600 from estates which were in my law firm the time that I severed my connection with it.

And, incidentally, as I said before, I have not engaged in any legal practice and have not accepted any fees from business that came to the firm after I went into politics. I have made an average of approximately $1500 a year from nonpolitical speaking engagements and lectures. And then, fortunately, we’ve inherited a little money. Pat sold her interest in her father’s estate for $3,000 and I inherited $l500 from my grandfather.

We live rather modestly. For four years we lived in an apartment in Park Fairfax, in Alexandria, Va. The rent was $80 a month. And we saved for the time that we could buy a house.

Now, that was what we took in. What did we do with this money? What do we have today to show for it? This will surprise you, Because it is so little, I suppose, as standards generally go, of people in public life. First of all, we’ve got a house in Washington which cost $41,000 and on which we owe $20,000. We have a house in Whittier, California, which cost $13,000 and on which we owe $3000. * My folks are living there at the present time.

I have just $4,000 in life insurance, plus my G.I. policy which I’ve never been able to convert and which will run out in two years. I have no insurance whatever on Pat. I have no life insurance on our our youngsters, Patricia and Julie. I own a 1950 Oldsmobile car. We have our furniture. We have no stocks and bonds of any type. We have no interest of any kind, direct or indirect, in any business.

Now, that’s what we have. What do we owe? Well, in addition to the mortgage, the $20,000 mortgage on the house in Washington, the $10,000 one on the house in Whittier, I owe $4,500 to the Riggs Bank in Washington, D.C. with interest 4 1/2 per cent.

I owe $3,500 to my parents and the interest on that loan which I pay regularly, because it’s the part of the savings they made through the years they were working so hard, I pay regularly 4 per cent interest. And then I have a $500 loan which I have on my life insurance.

Well, that’s about it. That’s what we have and that’s what we owe. It isn’t very much but Pat and I have the satisfaction that every dime that we’ve got is honestly ours. I should say this—that Pat doesn’t have a mink coat. But she does have a respectable Republican cloth coat. And I always tell her that she’d look good in anything.










http://the-walking-dead.hypnoweb.net/episodes/saison-1/episode-102/script-vo---102.186.113/

hypnoweb.net


The Walking Dead

Guts

Episode 102


Store

Rick gives outfits and accessories to the others.

Glenn: If bad ideas were an Olympic event, this would take the gold.

Morales: He's right. Just stop, okay? Take some time to think this through.

Rick: How much time? They already got through one set of doors, that glass won't hold forever.

Outside

The group goes outside and drags one of the Walkers they killed into the store.

Store

Rick grabs a fire axe and the group puts on trench coats so they don't get guts on their good clothes. Rick is prepared to start chopping, but he stops at the last moment. He gets down and searches the Walker. He pulls out a wallet.

Rick: Wayne Dunlap. Georgia license. Born in 1979. He had $28 in his pocket when he died…

And a picture of a pretty girl. "With love, from Rachel." He used to be like us… Worrying about bills or the rent or the Super Bowl. If I ever find my family, I'm gonna tell them about Wayne.

Glenn: One more thing… He was an organ donor.

After a moment of silence, Rick starts to hack away at the Walker. The guts really gross everyone out and they start to gag.

Morales: Madre de Dios!

Andrea: Oh.

Morales: Dios!

Glenn: Oh God.

Rick: Keep chopping.

Rick hands the axe to Morales. Glenn groans.

Glenn: I am so gonna hurl.

Rick: Later.

Morales hacks away.

Rick: Everybody got gloves? Don't get any on your skin or in your eyes.

They apply some guts on Rick and Glenn.

Glenn: Oh God! Oh jeez. Oh, this is bad. This is really bad.










http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2004/10/20041025-9.html

THE WHITE HOUSE

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH

For Immediate Release

Office of the Press Secretary

October 25, 2004

President's Remarks in Davenport, Iowa

The Rivercenter

Davenport, Iowa

5:30 P.M. CDT


AUDIENCE: Four more years! Four more years! Four more years!

THE PRESIDENT: My opponent -- my opponent has taken a different approach. It's fair to say that consistency has not been his strong point. (Laughter.) Senator Kerry says we're better off with Saddam Hussein out of power, except when he declares that removing Saddam has made us less safe. He stated in our second debate that he always believed Saddam was a threat -- except, a few questions later, when he said Saddam Hussein was not a threat. (Laughter.) He says he was right when he voted to authorize the use of force against Saddam Hussein, but that I was wrong to use force against Saddam Hussein. (Laughter.)










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The New York Times


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Muskie, in Florida Speech, Scores Government Secrecy

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan. 7 (UPI) -- Senator Edmund S. Muskie called today for a national "government in the sunshine" law so that the public will not have to depend on stolen secret papers to tell them what their President is doing.



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