Sunday, March 01, 2015

Well, that explains a lot.




http://www.tv.com/shows/allegiance/chasing-ghosts-3066608/

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Allegiance Season 1 Episode 4

Chasing Ghosts

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Feb 26, 2015 on NBC

AIRED: 2/26/15



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Springfield! Springfield!


Allegiance

Chasing Ghosts


[ Mark O'Connor: ] You seriously have to relay every one of her texts?

[ Katya O'Connor: ] Yep. Even the ones that say "Moms suck.










http://www.chakoteya.net/movies/movie1.html

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)


KIRK: No vessel could generate a power field of this magnitude. ...Spock?

SPOCK: Instruments fluctuating, Captain. Patterns unrecognisable.

(the Enterprise continues to fly into the Cloud)

KIRK: Transmit image of the alien to Starfleet, advise we are attempting further to communicate.

UHURA: Unable to make contact with Starfleet, Captain. Any attempt to transmit out of the Cloud is being reflected back.










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


HOSPITAL ROOM. Elizabeth is back in her room, sitting up in the bed with her head in her hands. We hear the sound of the door being unlocked and Fletcher walks in and comes over to her bedside.

FLETCHER: I've spoken with several people at the Pentagon.

(Elizabeth looks up at him.)

FLETCHER: They assure me there is no such thing as the Stargate programme ... (Elizabeth looks down) ... no Atlantis base in another galaxy, and no Department of Homeworld Security. I'm sorry.

WEIR: So you are telling me that I dreamt up the last two years of my life?

FLETCHER: Sometimes when a person experiences a significant emotional trauma, their mind just decides to shut down, to escape the pain.

WEIR: I have brokered dozens of treaties -- many of them very stressful, yes, but none of them bad enough to cause significant emotional trauma.

FLETCHER: The treaty negotiation was just the trigger point. We believe the actual trauma you suffered occurred three weeks ago. You were riding in a car with a man named Simon Wallace.










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


GROUP THERAPY ROOM. Elizabeth and Fletcher and five other patients are sitting in a circle. Elizabeth looks bored. Fletcher addresses an elderly lady who, when she speaks, has an English accent.

FLETCHER: Have you gone out to the garden today?

ENID: No. I was going to, but they're out there, so I decided it would be better to wait.

FLETCHER: The others?

ENID: Yes. Four of them.

FLETCHER: Did they see you?

ENID: Of course. They were waiting for me. (She smiles around the circle.)

FLETCHER: Did you speak to them?

ENID: Yes. I told them what you told me to say: that my blood isn't theirs for the taking.

FLETCHER (smiling at her): Good for you, Enid. That was very brave.

(Enid smiles in delight. Elizabeth sits up in her chair, taking notice for the first time.)

WEIR (to Enid): Excuse me. What others?

ENID: The invaders, dear, from one of the moons of Saturn. They're cold-blooded, you see, so they need our warm blood for theirs. You have to be very careful.

(Elizabeth smiles at her politely.)

ENID: Doctor Fletcher doesn't think they're real, but I know the truth.










From 7/16/1963 ( Phoebe Cates the Harvard University graduate medical doctor and the world-famous actress and the wife of my biological brother Thomas Reagan ) To 4/30/2004 ( premiere US TV series episode "Reba"::"Happy Pills" ) is 14899 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 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 14899 days



From 6/7/1976 ( my biological brother Thomas Reagan the civilian and privately financed astronaut in deep space of the solar system in his privately financed nuclear-pulse propulsion spaceship this day was his first landing the Saturn moon Phoebe and the Saturn moon Phoebe territory belongs to my brother Thomas Reagan ) To 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 11029 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 1/13/1996 ( premiere US TV series episode "ABC Evening News"::"Bosnia 101: Who Lives There? Who Died There? Why Are We There?" ) is 11029 days



From 12/25/1991 ( as United States Marine Corps chief warrant officer Kerry Wayne Burgess I was prisoner of war in Croatia ) To 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 5350 days

5350 = 2675 + 2675

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 2/28/1973 ( premiere US TV movie "You'll Never See Me Again" ) is 2675 days



From 5/5/1954 ( premiere US film "City Story" ) To 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 19098 days

19098 = 9549 + 9549

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 12/25/1991 ( as United States Marine Corps chief warrant officer Kerry Wayne Burgess I was prisoner of war in Croatia ) is 9549 days



From 5/21/1913 ( premiere US film "Early Oklahoma" ) 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 29798 days

29798 = 14899 + 14899

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 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 14899 days



From 3/6/1954 ( premiere US film "The Lonely Night" ) 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 14899 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 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 14899 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 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 5634 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 4/6/1981 ( premiere US TV series "The Two of Us" ) is 5634 days



From 4/9/1986 ( --- ) To 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 7436 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 3/13/1986 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Bill Gates-Microsoft IPO ) is 7436 days



From 10/3/1948 ( premiere US film "The Sheriff of Medicine Bow" ) 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 14899 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 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 14899 days



From 10/17/1939 ( premiere US film "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" ) To 8/1/1980 ( premiere US film "The Final Countdown" ) is 14899 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 8/18/2006 ( premiere US TV series episode "Stargate Atlantis"::"The Real World" ) is 14899 days



[ See also: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 5:21 PM Pacific Time somewhere near Seattle Washington USA Saturday 02 November 2013 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2013/11/stargate-atlantis-real-world-s3e6.html ]


http://www.tv.com/shows/stargate-atlantis/the-real-world-634341/

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Stargate Atlantis Season 3 Episode 6

The Real World

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Aug 18, 2006 on Syfy

Dr. Weir awakes in a sanitarium outside Washington, D.C., and is told that Atlantis and the Stargate program exist only in her mind.

AIRED: 8/18/06










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The Two of Us Season 1 Episode 1

Nan Meets Brentwood

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Apr 06, 1981 on CBS

AIRED: 4/6/81










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


WEIR: The last thing I remember, I was in Atlantis and everything was fine, and next thing I know, I wake up here.

O'NEILL (awkwardly): Everything was ... fine in ... Atlantis?

(Elizabeth doesn't notice his hesitation.)

WEIR: The problem is my memory. I have no memory of coming back. I don't know if I came through the Stargate, or aboard the Daedalus, or ... (She trails off, finally noticing the look of confusion on his face.) What?

(Jack shakes his head.)

O'NEILL: Oh, um ... Doctor Weir, I'm not quite sure I'm qualified to be in this conversation.

WEIR: Oh, please. You ran Stargate Command. You are probably the most qualified person on this planet.

O'NEILL (dubiously): Yeah ... OK.










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


O'NEILL: Now, this Stargate programme I'm supposed to have run ...

WEIR: It's a facility inside Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado.

O'NEILL: That would be NORAD.

WEIR (leaning forward): It's underneath NORAD, yes.

O'NEILL: And the Stargate?

WEIR: It's a portal that allows intergalactic travel. The programme has been in operation over ten years. You started the whole thing when you first encountered ...










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


LATER. Elizabeth is sitting in the back yard reading a newspaper. She looks up at the sound of a voice.

O'NEILL: Hello, hello.

(Jack is standing at the gate wearing casual clothes.)

WEIR: General. (She smiles and stands up.)

O'NEILL: Enough with the “General,” OK? It's Jack.

WEIR (mischievously): Ah, but which Jack is it?

O'NEILL: What?

WEIR: I'm sorry. I was just trying to have some fun at my own expense. Too soon, maybe.










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


McKAY: Uh, reality check. There are microscopic robots in her brain. How does she fight that?

SHEPPARD (to Carson): You said her mind was active, like she was thinking, reacting, living her life. What if this was the only way they could get to her? What if they were trying to force her to give up?

TEYLA: A battle of wills.

SHEPPARD: Exactly.

(Rodney frowns.)

BECKETT: Her neural activity supports Colonel Sheppard's hypothesis, Rodney.

McKAY: So, what, we can't do anything?

BECKETT: I can increase the oxygen levels in her blood, give her a little more time, but, yes -- she's on her own.










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


TEYLA: Those are all nanites?

BECKETT: Aye. They've spread throughout her entire body.

DEX: How'd they get inside her?

McKAY: Niam ...

(There's a brief flashback to “Progeny” when Niam tried to strangle Elizabeth in the Puddle Jumper.)

McKAY: ... when he attacked her in the Puddle Jumper. In that one brief moment of contact, he managed to infect her with nanites that began replicating immediately. Now they're multiplying exponentially, consuming her.

SHEPPARD: How much time does she have?

BECKETT: I don't think their intention's to kill her. If that were the case, they could have easily done it already. I don't think there's enough of ‘em to survive on their own. They need Elizabeth's body as raw material.

McKAY: So they're attempting to assimilate her -- to transform her into one of them?

BECKETT: Until they can reach sufficient numbers to form a viable independent entity, I would say so, yes.

TEYLA: This is how they replicate?

BECKETT: I doubt it's their normal way. It may well be a last-ditch attempt to survive.

DEX: How do we stop them?










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


HOSPITAL REC ROOM. Sitting alone at a table in her bathrobe, Elizabeth has just finished a game of Solitaire with a pack of playing cards. She gathers the cards up and starts to deal again. Turning the first card over, she lays it face up on the table, then stares at it in shock. Instead of a normal playing card face, it is a Stargate symbol.










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


FLETCHER: Doctor Weir, would you like to speak next?










http://www.gateworld.net/atlantis/s3/transcripts/306.shtml

GateWorld


STARGATE: ATLANTIS

THE REAL WORLD

EPISODE NUMBER - 306

DVD DISC - Season 3, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 08.18.06


WEIR: So you're saying when Simon died, my mind shut down and went to another galaxy?

FLETCHER: It travelled as far as it could to escape the pain.

WEIR: And in a matter of three days, I managed to live out an entire two years of my life?

FLETCHER: Time is relative in the dream state. People live out entire lifetimes in the blink of an eye. Imagine you were in my position, listening to your story. Travelling to another galaxy through a Stargate, leading an expedition to the lost city of Atlantis ... would you believe it?










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: From: Kerry Burgess

Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 5:19 PM


I had been aware for a long time of the "Stargate: Atlantis" television series but I had never, until this past hour, given some serious thought about the plot elements that form the drama of that television series. I have never before watched any episode from that television series.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 07 February 2013 excerpt ends]





JOURNAL ARCHIVE: From: Kerry Burgess

Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2013 10:36 AM

To:


Paused now about the 00:04:40 point of the DVD, where I know from reading earlier the transcript that the helicopter I see on the screen is going to come under fire from the “Atlantis” weapon THING, I know for certain I have never watched before the severe racketeering production the 2004 television series “Stargate: Atlantis.”

This morning I am now for the first time watching the DVD for the premiere episode of the television series “Stargate: Atlantis.” The images I have seen before, as I write this before beginning to watch the episode, suggest I was aware of the television series at some point when it was actively advertised in mainstream media and that I was not interested in watching that television series because it looked too stupid.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 17 February 2013 excerpt ends]










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: August 18, 2006


I am also ruining the future for women that I show an interest in while I am being held hostage. It doesn't matter if I have a relationship with any of them, as long as their is some perception in the future that I was interested in them they are going to be subjected to this same kind of craziness, epsecially if they are pregnant at some point in the next few years. Those kids are going to be hounded regardless of whether they are mine. This is insanity. If anyone has been talking about romantic relationships between me and any woman, I am sorry for just now figuring this out. I certainly wouldn't wish this on anyone except for my worst enemies, such as Bill Gates, but certainly not you.


[ JOURNAL ARCHIVE 18 August 2006 excerpt ends]



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 10:50 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 01 March 2015

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- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 7:40 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 01 March 2015

And now, it's the ISIS Twerkers!




JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 09:49 AM Pacific Time near Seattle Washington State USA Monday 29 July 2013 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2013/07/premiere-date-united-states-film.html


I don't recall the last time I watched the DVD for the 1987 film "Superman IV." Probably a few years ago. Watching it again now I think about how the production is between the magical period of 1986 and 1989.

With that context in mind, I was still dating Diane from Arlington Heights but I broke up with her not long after I reported to the USS Wainwright CG 28 in Charleston South Carolina. I reported to that ship sometime in July 1987 as best I now recall. Sometime around October 1987 or November 1987 I was in London when the Wainwright made port call in England.

As for how the context of the time period is in my mind as it relates to Diane there is the scene where "Lex Luthor" steals the hair fiber from the museum exhibition about "Superman" and he is wearing a jacket with a emblem of a tiger and "Tigers" in print on the back of his jacket. He is talking about genetic duplication.

In an earlier scene and during his prison break, where he tricks the prison guards, who survive what appears to be a fiery blast presumably from the exploded car, his prison garb shirt has '6412' printed on it.

Yesterday I noted that hulu.com had a free video that horribly-low-budget-production the 24 November 2001 television movie "Epoch" starring David Keith. Unless I am too much mistaken that movie "Epoch" is a SyFy Channel production from back when they were still the "Skiffy" channel.

I didn't want to get into a thing all about that movie, generating another compelling report that will be again actively ignored presumably by millions of people, but that production has been influencing my thoughts since watching it yesterday. I couldn't find a source for referencing the dialog. The scene with that goofy-looking army captain, just after the Chinese guy was shot in the chest during the low-budget stand-off between the armies, was especially predictable when reviewing the premiere date.

I was wondering if I had seen it before, such as back in 2001, but none of it really seemed familiar. Of course, it is a very forgettable production. David Keith is most obviously supposed to be a heroic Soviet Union communist propaganda figure for their boy George Walker Bush. You're watching that 2001 movie "Epoch" and you are seeing a dramatization of the actual events of when your Texas Queer-Bait George Walker Bush was busted in Mexico in the 1970s for transporting illegal narcotics from Mexico to the United States and his transportation enterprise was strictly for the personal gain of George Walker Bush.

I have been thinking again since watching that film that I created such stories long ago and I had brokers selling them around the world. In that production the Chinese figure is complaining about not have "access" and so there you go. I have written several time in recent years about a global force that has been on this planet Earth well before human beings ever existed.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 29 July 2013 excerpt ends]










http://apnews.excite.com/article/20150301/jihadi_john_unmasked-28ec62f87e.html

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AP Essay: 'Jihadi John' won't have the same impact unmasked

Mar 1, 3:47 PM (ET) [ Sunday 01 March 2015 ]

By GREGORY KATZ

LONDON (AP) — As "Jihadi John," he was a terrifying figure, his identity concealed by a black mask, his threatening tone backed up by his oversize, serrated knife and his willingness to use it in the name of Islamic State and its self-declared caliphate.

His professional-looking videos began with a political rant and ended with his victims lying dead at his feet, severed heads cupped in the sands of Syria. He seemed both judge and executioner, savoring each fresh kill.

After the 9/11 attacks on the U.S., many believed that terrorists would turn to crude weapons of mass destructions to attack cities. Few predicted that a man with a knife and a video production team could have such an impact using a medieval technique.

Now that he has been exposed as Mohammed Emwazi, the tall man with the British accent and mocking tone is no longer a mystery. He is revealed as one more furious young Londoner, in this case a well-educated, middle-class jihadi in his mid-20s who turned against his adopted country after he moved to Britain from Kuwait as a boy.

His unmasking may well have reduced his usefulness to the cause.

For one thing, with his identity known, and the global distribution of pictures of him looking slightly goofy in an ill-fitting Pittsburgh Pirates baseball cap, Emwazi may become less sinister to viewers, less able to send chills up the spines of people who abhor Islamic State's claim to be killing civilians in the name of Islam.

If he kills again on camera, the element of surprise will be gone and the reaction may well be, "Oh, him again."

Also, now that authorities know who he is, there is little doubt he will become the target of a drone attack if the U.S. or Britain can learn his precise whereabouts. The pressure on him could make him less valuable to Islamic State militants — perhaps even a liability.

Magnus Ranstorp, a terrorism specialist with the Swedish National Defense College, said Emwazi can be expected to play a reduced role in the organization because every time he speaks on a mobile phone he risks having his location pinpointed, sparking drone fire that could kill him and others. Ranstorp said the identification of Emwazi also gives the public hope that he will be brought to justice.

"It's quite important for families of the victims," he said. "They know where to focus. They know there is one particular person who has been named who authorities will focus on and who will live for the rest of his life knowing that every day he will face a possible drone attack. Now that he is known, he may not be as menacing as he once was."

Now that details about his personal trajectory have begun to emerge, Emwazi becomes the stuff of parliamentary inquiries: How was he radicalized? Why didn't the security services determine he was a mortal threat and do something to keep him from getting to Syria?

Emwazi is perhaps the most chilling exemplar of the radicalization trend that is gaining pace not just in Britain but also in France, Belgium, Denmark and other countries in western Europe.

He went to Syria early, in 2013, in the vanguard of the British jihadi movement, before the Islamic State militants seized territory and issued a call for other likeminded people — including girls and young women — to join its ranks in Syria and Iraq.

There is circumstantial evidence suggesting Emwazi tried earlier to link up with al-Shabaab terrorists in Somalia but was thwarted in part by a British spy who tried unsuccessfully to recruit him into the secret service.

Since then, the call to jihad has intensified, galvanized in part by easy access to Internet sites that depict the Islamic State's territory as a religious utopia governed by Shariah law.

Britons watched helplessly this week as three teenage schoolgirls who had run away from their homes in London were reported by police to be in Syria, apparently linked up with Islamic State extremists as potential "jihadi brides."

Now al-Shabaab is making threats of its own, warning that the two big shopping malls in London — as well as the famous department stores on Oxford Street — are considered targets for terrorist attacks along with the Mall of America in the U.S.

Nearly half of British Muslims surveyed in a BBC poll published this past week say the British public is becoming less tolerant of Muslims. At the same time, the UKIP political party is making gains by taking a stand against increased immigration.

This increased polarization was clearly one of the goals of the Islamic State campaign that used Emwazi's familiar London accent as a potent reminder to Britons that the enemy was in their midst: not some far-off person speaking Arabic, but a homeboy from their streets.

"The fact that he appears like a relatively ordinary young British resident is disquieting," said John Gearson, professor of national security studies at King's College London. But "the de-mystification of this individual reduces the propaganda effect for Islamic State. He's just a murderer now."

Still, if Emwazi's moment has passed, Islamic State militants — with their strong grasp of how to use social networking and video to spread fear — are likely to come up with other ways to shock the public.










From 8/17/1988 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 2316 days

2316 = 1158 + 1158

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 1/3/1969 ( premiere US TV series episode "Star Trek"::"Whom Gods Destroy" ) is 1158 days



From 8/17/1988 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 2316 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 3/6/1972 ( premiere US TV series pilot "The Delphi Bureau" ) is 2316 days



From 5/14/1930 ( the United States Federal Bureau of Prisons was created ) To 8/17/1988 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 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 10/9/1994 ( premiere US TV series episode "The Simpsons"::"Sideshow Bob Roberts" ) is 8324 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 8/17/1988 is 8324 days



[ See also: http://hvom.blogspot.com/2015/02/thats-news-to-you.html ]


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-2972887/Jihadi-John-quiet-football-fan-developed-thirst-war.html

Daily Mail


'Jihadi John': quiet football fan who developed thirst for war

By AFP

PUBLISHED: 17:47 EST, 27 February 2015 UPDATED: 17:47 EST, 27 February 2015

Mohammed Emwazi, named by British and US media as the Islamic State executioner known as "Jihadi John", has been described as a quiet but intense young man who gradually developed a taste for war.

People who knew him quoted in British media reports said they could not reconcile their impressions of football-loving Emwazi with that of the "cold, sadistic and merciless" killer, as he is remembered by one former hostage.

Emwazi, 26, was born in Kuwait but the family moved to London when he was six years old and he grew up in North Kensington, a leafy middle-class area of west London where a network of Islamist extremists has has been uncovered in recent years.

As a child he was a fan of Manchester United football club and the band S Club 7, according to a 1996 school year book published by The Sun tabloid.

"What I want to be when I grow up is a footballer," he wrote in the book.

He went on to study information technology at the University of Westminster, which confirmed that someone by that name left six years ago and said it was "shocked and sickened" by the allegations.

His university records, including a photograph, were published by Sky News on Friday.

The document revealed his birthdate to be August 17, 1988










http://www.tv.com/shows/the-simpsons/sideshow-bob-roberts-1393/trivia/

tv.com


The Simpsons Season 6 Episode 5

Sideshow Bob Roberts

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 09, 1994 on FOX

Quotes


Lisa: I can't believe a convicted felon would get so many votes and another convicted felon would get so few.










http://www.twiztv.com/scripts/battlestar

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA

1-01 - 33 (Pilot) 10/18/04


http://www.twiztv.com/scripts/battlestar/season1/galactica-101.htm

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA

1X01 - 33

Original Airdate: January 14, 2005 (USA)


OC Pilot: (O.S.) one other thing, Boomer: I've got a Dr. Amarak onboard. He claims he has an urgent matter to discuss with the President. He's been driving me crazy.

Boomer: Olympic Carrier, can you be more specific?

OC Pilot: (O.S.) I'm afraid I can't. He says he knows something about a traitor in our midst, and he's unwilling to share any more than that.

Colonial one

Baltar: Madam President, I strongly recommend that we cut off all wireless communication with that ship right away.

Roslin: W-what- why, why?

Baltar: Look, forgive me for being rude, (slaps the table) but wake up, all right?! The only reason the Olympic Carrier is still flying is because the Cylons let them survive. They've been tracking that ship all along. There's probably a cyclon agent aboard right now!

Roslin: Calm down! Start over.

Baltar: Please, Madam President, I implore you, listen to me. Cut off radio communication with that ship before they send, via broadcast signal, another computer virus to infect our ship, shortly before they blow us all up.



































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- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 4:39 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 01 March 2015

One Nation Under Twerkers, With Twerkers and Cute Puppies For All




http://www.snpp.com/episodes/1F19.html


The Boy Who Knew Too Much

Original airdate in N.A.: 5-May-94


Principal Skinner has decided to walk around town to see if he can find our delinquent young friend.

Skinner: If I were a truant boy out for a good time, I'd be right here: the Springfield Natural History Museum. [chuckles] You're mine, Simpson.

[Bart argues at a triple-R rated movie box office]

Bart: Look, if I was under seventeen, I'd be in school, right?










http://www.snpp.com/episodes/1F19.html


The Boy Who Knew Too Much

Original airdate in N.A.: 5-May-94


Ticket boy: Yeah, I guess you're right. Enjoy "Boobarama", sir.

[Skinner has left the museum, meanwhile]

Skinner: Why, there are no children here at the four-H club, either! Am I so out of touch...? No, it's the children who are wrong.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0172495/quotes

IMDb


Gladiator (2000)

Quotes


Gracchus: Fear and wonder, a powerful combination.

Falco: You really think people are going to be seduced by that?

Gracchus: I think he knows what Rome is. Rome is the mob.



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 3:57 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 01 March 2015

Must be something about "twerking". Whatever that is. Something from "50 Shades of Grey" maybe.




http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2015/02/kardashians-100-million-dollar-deal

VANITY FAIR


FEBRUARY 26, 2015 11:52 AM

The Kardashians Just Made $100 Million

E! has signed a huge new deal with America’s most beloved/reviled reality TV family.

BY RICHARD LAWSON

The other day we talked about Kylie Jenner, a minor princess in the Kardashian-Jenner dynasty, buying her own house at the age of 17. It’s a $2.7 million house! That’s a lot of money for a kid to have. How does she have it? From being on the hit E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which follows the family as they drive around the Inland Empire solving mysteries and performing as a banjo band. (I’ve never seen an episode of the show, so I’m only guessing as to what it’s about, but Occam’s razor would suggest that it’s about mysteries and banjos.)



































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Gladiator (2000)

Quotes


Maximus: Are you not entertained? Are you not entertained? Is this not why you are here?










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080684/quotes

IMDb


Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Quotes


C-3PO: [on Han's escape plan] I really don't see how that is going to help! Surrender is a perfectly acceptable alternative in extreme circumstances!



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 3:48 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 01 March 2015

"He's lost, unpredictable, perhaps even sentimental. He could fool a professional."




JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 5:44 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Wednesday 24 September 2014 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2014/09/and-what-we-say-is-truth-is-what.html


"And what we say is the truth is what everybody accepts."



http://www.bluetreenyc.com/about-us

Blue Tree


Phoebe Cates Kline opened Blue Tree in the fall of 2005! Phoebe's dream was "to have it be like a general store but according to me." :)A surprise around every turn, the shop has built up a loyal following not only in the neighborhood of Carnegie Hill but all over the world. Known for its eclectic and inspired selection of women's clothing and jewelry, Blue Tree also carries unique and carefully chosen items in home, gift, fragrance, music, delicacies, etc. There are no rules. And we are always re-inventing, recreating in the hopes of delighting.

Blue Tree In the Media

Here are some of the nice things the press, and the blogging community are saying about Blue Tree:


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http://newyork.grubstreet.com/2011/11/phoebe-cates-ny-diet.html

GRUB STREET


The Grub Street Diet

Phoebe Cates Hits Sfoglia Twice in One Day, Closes Her Own Shop to Focus on Shackburgers

By Jenny Miller

November 11, 2011

9:00 a.m.

Though Phoebe Cates is probably best known for her roles in classic eighties movies like Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Gremlins, she's actually spent the last six years running the Blue Tree boutique on the Upper East Side, selling everything from dark chocolate to diamonds. The store isn't food specific, necessarily, but Cates admits that she has "so many customers that love food." As for her own taste in food, Cates tell us, "I'm pretty erratic when it comes to anything other than my coffee," though she says she cooks for her family husband Kevin Kline and their two children about three times a week. Of course, the Cates-Klines are also longtime regulars at a few UES restaurants, including Elio's, where Cates says servers know her family's orders by heart. "It's pretty neighborhoody up here," Cates says of the hood where she lives, works, and eats. Read about it for yourself in this week's Grub Street Diet.


Monday, November 7

The usual morning espresso and cream. Now you know what to make for me. I was late to work and never got a chance to get my oatmeal with brown sugar and milk from Yura. When I got to the store, I popped a few chocolate-covered hazelnut truffles from the counter display.

Lunch at my home away from home, Sfoglia. The perfect place to review the new website designs with Ivana Callahan, my friend, store manager, and Italian sister. I knew that this was going to be a two-times Sfoglia day, so I tried to order on the “light” side: calamarata with squid and cranberry beans. Calamarata is a pasta that looks just like squid, and then there’s squid too. Both tender, I can barely tell the difference between them, once I take a bite. For the table, I relied on [general manager] Adrien Martin’s guidance and ordered the trio of roasted cabbage dressed with a date vinaigrette, topped with crispy bits of cabbage and shaved ricotta salata. Colorful and delicious.

This evening, Kevin and I were dining with our dear friends, Ron and Iva Rifkin — and, as I knew I would be, we were at Sfoglia. I couldn't pretend that I wasn’t here just hours before, so I confessed to our guests and my waitress. That magical Sfoglia bread arrived sliced and warm with olive oil in a small dish for dipping. I could see chef John Carr out of the corner of my eye, and he sent out a dish of mussels for the table. Naturally, I have seen mussels before, but I had never dared to eat them. I was feeling adventurous, and I tried them. I dig mussels. I couldn't resist a bite of Iva’s chicken al mattone (chicken cooked under a brick). Lemony, crispy perfection.










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: Posted by H.V.O.M at 2:45 PM Monday, November 07, 2011


http://www.divxmoviesenglishsubtitles.com/G/Godzilla.html


Godzilla


They just entered the city.
I have no radio contact with the convoy.
- Convoy ETA is ten minutes. - We've got to hurry.
Man yourpositions. Ten minutes ETA.
- Is it good? - Yes.
Let's go! Let's go!
- You said this was French Roast!


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JOURNAL ARCHIVE: Posted by H.V.O.M at 2:45 PM Monday, November 07, 2011


Godzilla (1998)





http://www.divxmoviesenglishsubtitles.com/G/Godzilla.html


Godzilla


So, three years digging up worms in Chernobyl ...
- How did Mrs. Tatapolis handle it? - Tatopoulos. I'm not married.
- A girlfriend, or ..? - No. Perhaps I work too much.
So there's no one who holds a special place in your heart?


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JOURNAL ARCHIVE: Posted by H.V.O.M at 2:45 PM Monday, November 07, 2011


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Godzilla


You're too damn nice. Nice gets you nothing in this town.
You've got to be a killer to get ahead.
You just don't got what it takes.
- Do you think that's true? - Pretty much. You're a nice person.
Nice guys finish last.
- I can be tough if I want. - Yeah, sure.
I can.
- No, yeah ... - Whatever. My God!
Could you turn that up?
- It's Nick. - Who is he?
He was my college sweetie. He looks so handsome on TV.


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http://www.tv.com/the-beverly-hillbillies/the-frog-family/episode/72989/summary.html

tv.com


The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 9, Episode 8

The Frog Family

Air Date

Tuesday November 17, 1970

Granny thinks Jethro has turned into a frog after he went swimming and takes him to Dr. Klinger in the bank building. Jethro stops by the bank and takes the frog home. Granny sees him at home and thinks he is cured. Jed decides to learn to be a frogman too, but when he tells Jethro, Granny jumps on him to stop him. Jethro takes Granny to her room, and Granny begs someone to end her suffering. Jed tells her to relax and take a few tranquilizers. Jed practices to be a frogman, and when he ends his practicing, Granny sees a frog in the water, thinking it is Jed. She takes him to Klingers office. She tells the doctor all about Jed, and her rheumatism medicine. She comes home and sees Jed in the house and thinks Klinger has done it again. She is about to drink her moonshine to celebrate, but Jed stops her, thinking she has had enough already. She tries to sneak it, but Jed stops her with that too.


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http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001623/bio

IMDb

The Internet Movie Database

Biography for

Maria Pitillo

Date of Birth

8 January 1966


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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120685/quotes

IMDb


Godzilla (1998)

Quotes


Dr. Niko Tatopoulus: This thing is much too big to be some lost dinosaur.










http://www.nvr.navy.mil/nvrships/details/CG28.htm

NVR

Naval Vessel Register

WAINWRIGHT (CG 28)
GUIDED MISSILE CRUISER
Class: CG 26
Status: Disposed of in support of Fleet training exercise

Award Date: 05/18/1961
Keel Date: 07/02/1962
Launch Date: 04/25/1964
Commission Date: 01/08/1966
Decommission Date: 11/15/1993










http://newyork.grubstreet.com/2011/11/phoebe-cates-ny-diet.html

GRUB STREET


The Grub Street Diet

Phoebe Cates Hits Sfoglia Twice in One Day, Closes Her Own Shop to Focus on Shackburgers

By Jenny Miller

November 11, 2011

9:00 a.m.

Though Phoebe Cates is probably best known for her roles in classic eighties movies like Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Gremlins, she's actually spent the last six years running the Blue Tree boutique on the Upper East Side, selling everything from dark chocolate to diamonds. The store isn't food specific, necessarily, but Cates admits that she has "so many customers that love food." As for her own taste in food, Cates tell us, "I'm pretty erratic when it comes to anything other than my coffee," though she says she cooks for her family husband Kevin Kline and their two children about three times a week. Of course, the Cates-Klines are also longtime regulars at a few UES restaurants, including Elio's, where Cates says servers know her family's orders by heart. "It's pretty neighborhoody up here," Cates says of the hood where she lives, works, and eats. Read about it for yourself in this week's Grub Street Diet.


Tuesday, November 8

Breakfast today? You guessed it. It was hot and a double. I added a little Coffee Mate (French vanilla).

I barely had time for a proper lunch since I was having a home-visit from our vet.










1975 film "Three Days of the Condor" DVD video:

01:48:24


Joubert: And a car will slow beside you, and a door will open, and someone you know, maybe even trust



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 01:25 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 01 March 2015

Saturday, February 28, 2015

"Wrong Is Right"




http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=20540

The American Presidency Project

George Bush

XLI President of the United States: 1989 - 1993

Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National Religious Broadcasters

January 27, 1992

Thank you for that wonderfully warm welcome. And to President Dave Clark, may I thank you, sir; Brandt Gustavson, the executive director. And let me salute your leadership of the NRB. I understand that former Secretary Dole was to be here; I don't know that she is. I know FCC Chairman Sykes is. And I see, of course, two good, respected friends, Jim Dobson and Billy Graham.

Ladies and gentlemen, this marks the fifth time that I've had the honor of addressing the annual convention of the National Religious Broadcasters. A year ago we met in the first week of a struggle to protect what is right and true. And I came before you to talk of what was not a Christian or Jewish war, not a Moslem war. It was a just war. And in the Persian Gulf we fought for good versus evil.










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IMDb


The Partridge Family (1970–1974)

Quotes


Danny: It's not normal for kids to be quiet. I might end up maladjusted.










From 3/3/1959 ( the birthdate in Hawaii of my biological brother Thomas Reagan ) To 1/27/1992 is 12018 days

12018 = 6009 + 6009

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 4/16/1982 ( premiere US film "Wrong is Right" ) is 6009 days



From 9/25/1970 ( premiere US TV series "The Partridge Family" ) To 1/27/1992 is 7794 days

7794 = 3897 + 3897

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 7/4/1976 ( at extreme personal risk to himself my biological brother Thomas Reagan the civilian and privately financed astronaut in his privately financed atom-pulse propulsion spaceship successfully intercepts the Comet Lucifer in the outer solar system and diverts it away from the planet Earth ) is 3897 days



From 8/28/1941 ( premiere US film "No Greater Sin" ) To 1/27/1992 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 8/28/1941 ( premiere US film "No Greater Sin" ) To 1/27/1992 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 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 1/27/1992 is 7338 days

7338 = 3669 + 3669

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 11/19/1975 ( premiere US film "One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest" ) is 3669 days



[ See also TBC ]


http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=20540

The American Presidency Project

George Bush

XLI President of the United States: 1989 - 1993

Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National Religious Broadcasters

January 27, 1992

Thank you for that wonderfully warm welcome. And to President Dave Clark, may I thank you, sir; Brandt Gustavson, the executive director. And let me salute your leadership of the NRB. I understand that former Secretary Dole was to be here; I don't know that she is. I know FCC Chairman Sykes is. And I see, of course, two good, respected friends, Jim Dobson and Billy Graham.

Ladies and gentlemen, this marks the fifth time that I've had the honor of addressing the annual convention of the National Religious Broadcasters. A year ago we met in the first week of a struggle to protect what is right and true. And I came before you to talk of what was not a Christian or Jewish war, not a Moslem war. It was a just war. And in the Persian Gulf we fought for good versus evil. It was that clear to me: right versus wrong, dignity against oppression. And America stood fast so that liberty could stand tall.

Today I want to thank you for helping America, as Christ ordained, to be "a light unto the world." Your support honored the finest soldiers, the finest sailors, marines, airmen, and coastguardsmen that any nation has ever known. And what they did in war, let us now do in peace. Just as our forces fought to defend all of what is best about America, we need you to help instill the traditional values that make life and liberty worth defending.

Let me begin with some good news for modern man. According to Gallup, the Gallup surveys, no society is more religious than the United States of America. Seven in ten Americans believe in life after death; 8 in 10, that God works miracles. Nine in ten Americans pray. And more than 90 percent believe in God, to which I say, thank God. I wish it were 100 percent.

Now, I know this is an election year. And I don't know about Damascus, but this primary season we're seeing a lot of conversions on the road to New Hampshire. [Laughter] But I don't want this to be a partisan speech, and I appreciated so much what David Clark said about values. I want to speak of the values that I know you all believe in, values which sustain America, values that are always in fashion.

The first value is not simply American but universal. And I refer to the sanctity of life. I will stand on the side of choosing life.

Next comes a value which gives each life meaning: the self-reliance central to the dignity of work. Go to the barrios of San Antonio or the suburbs of St. Paul, and there you will find people who ask for only what our forefathers had, the same opportunity which helped us brave independence, push back the wilderness, win two World Wars, and create the highest standard of living in the history of man. The Bible reminds us, "By thy works shall ye know them." What we must do is give working Americans that level playing field to keep us as rich in goods as we have been blessed in spirit.

Tomorrow I'm giving a speech. [Laughter] The State of the Union Address will detail how we can nurture creativity as old as 1776, harness it to the needs of a new American century. Remember, to this day the only footsteps on the Moon are American footsteps. The only flag on the Moon is the Stars and Stripes. The knowledge that put it there is stamped "Made in the U.S.A." Yes, the world looks to us to lead, and lead we will. Americans can outwork, outproduce, outcompete any nation in the world. And we must do all we can to further that end. And I will do my level-best. And I need your help.

The next value I speak of must be forever cast in stone. I speak of decency, the moral courage to say what is right and condemn what is wrong. And we need a Nation closer to "The Waltons" than "The Simpsons" -- [laughter] -- an America that rejects the incivility, the tide of incivility, and the tide of intolerance. We see this tide in the naked epithet and in the code words that play to our worst prejudices. We see it when people ridicule religion and religious leaders, like the group which desecrated communion hosts on the steps of St. Patrick's Cathedral. We see this tide of incivility and intolerance in bigotry, in discrimination, and anti-Semitism.

Have they no decency? Have they no honor? Have they no respect for the rights of others? I will continue to speak out against these apostles of hate who poison our kids' minds and debase their souls. There is no place, whatever our views, there is no place in America for religious prejudice, for anti-Semitism, or racial prejudice.

This, then, brings me to a fourth value crucial to America: the belief in the family, the foundation of our strength. Take my kids, for example. Having helped put them through college, I remember receiving letters from them. Barbara does, too. And there would always be a P.S. at the bottom. It was those three words that said so much about the bond between parents at home and kids at school, "Please send money." [Laughter]

But this one is true. The other day I was visited by the leaders of the National League of Cities, mayors from big cities and small, liberal and conservative, Republican and Democrat. And they were unanimous in their view that the major underlying problem in our cities is the decline of the American family. And they are right; too often, family is under siege. Each one of us, parents, preachers, politicians, and teachers, must do our part to defend it. I do not want one single action that I take as President to weaken the American family. And I want to strengthen it in every way that I can. Every law that is passed should guard against weakening the family.

And that is why I insisted that the child care bill that I signed in 1990 allow parents, not bureaucrats, to decide how to care for their children. I refused to see the option of a religious-based child care restricted or eliminated.

Our national education strategy -- we call it America 2000, and it is an exciting program -- helps the family by enhancing parental involvement in education, insisting that choice include both private and public schools. I do not believe it is unconstitutional for schoolkids to have the same choice that I got under the GI bill or that college kids now get under the Pell grant or that ex-servicemen now get under the Montgomery bill.

Last week, I announced another policy to strengthen the family, expanding the preschool program to serve all those 4-year-olds who are eligible, the largest funding increase in the history of project Head Start. And when this is enacted, we will be much closer to achieving one of our six national educational goals, that every schoolchild should start school ready to learn.

And finally, families will stay together only if drugs do not drive them apart. Winning the war on drugs means waging war on crime. Now, we've made the commitment. And altogether, the new Federal budget that I'll introduce 2 days from now will increase spending to combat crime by $1.2 billion, to a total of almost $16 billion. Now that's nearly 60 percent higher than when I took office in 1989.

My new budget will provide a half a billion dollars for an initiative that we call "Weed and Seed." Not enthralled with the name, but listen to what it does. [Laughter] Today our very able Attorney General, Bill Barr, point man in this new operation, is spelling out all its details. But let me say this much right now. "Weed and Seed" works this way. First, we join Federal, State, and local forces to weed out the gang leaders, the violent criminals, the drug dealers who plague our neighborhoods. And when we break their deadly grip, we follow up with part two: We seed those neighborhoods with expanded educational opportunities, job training, health care, and other social services. But the key to the "seed" concept will be jobs-generating initiatives such as enterprise zones to give people who call these neighborhoods home something to hope for.

There is more to do to win the final victory in our war on drugs. We are making progress. We are winning. Over the past 4 years, marijuana, crack, and cocaine use has definitively declined. And what's more, today kids aged 9 to 12 are the most antidrug group in America. The highest at-risk group remains 13- to 17-year-olds. But last year, for the first time, 13-year-olds mirrored the behavior of preteenagers.

Drugs affect a multitude of issues. They contribute to AIDS; they contribute to homelessness, shattering families and futures, hopes and dreams. And that's why, literally, we should thank God for the drug use decline. The drop in use doesn't just prove we were right in our assault on substance use, it shows how we can achieve drugs' unconditional surrender. We will triumph through tough enforcement and through education, increasing awareness of the damage drugs do.

And in that spirit, let us resolve to treat the victims of AIDS and drug abuse with compassion and caring. Let us redouble our efforts to help with treatment and with education. That will help eliminate the risks involved.

Over the last 4 years, more kids talked about drugs with their parents and teachers. Another reason for drug use decline has been America's print and electronic media, the major source of drug information and the primary influencer on drug use, especially among the young. Together, they have helped reawaken America's conscience which, in turn, inspires America's greatness.

Later today I will unveil our fourth national drug control strategy to build on these beginnings. It will say no to drugs. It will say yes to life. But it cannot just be done by the Government. To stop drug use will require caring and community, above all, abundant love.

Let me tell you, remind you, for some of you, tell you others a story. Once, a great First Lady, Pat Nixon, toured a medical center. And she stopped to embrace a little girl that was blinded by rubella. And for a few minutes, she talked to the girl and held her close. And then later, someone told her that the child was deaf as well as blind. And Pat answered that she had known that. "But she knows what love is," Mrs. Nixon said. "She can feel love."

America's love is conveyed in many ways: in what we oppose, injustice and tyranny; in what we support, the inalienable rights that include the freedom to think and dream and worship and, yes, vote as we please. To preserve our liberty, America once deposed a king, fought a great Civil War, and five times in this century sent Americans into major battle.

And yet, freedom is not ours alone; it is our most treasured export. If you doubt freedom's victory, look to the Persian Gulf. Look to the former Soviet Union, where those once oppressed crowd reopened churches and synagogues. Look to Eastern Europe, where Christmas carols warm the bright winter chill. It is written, "In the beginning was the Word." Here is the word for 1992: Today, the times are on the side of peace because the world, increasingly, is on the side of God.

I remember an early trip to the Soviet Union by our friend Billy Graham. He came back, and he reported that faith in God was very much alive in Russia. And some hard-liners ridiculed him. Some even thought he shouldn't go. Today, we see that he clearly was right.

This brings me, then, to the ultimate value that sustains America and the values I have already cited: a belief in prayer. Obviously, no country can claim a special place in God's heart. Yet we are better as a people because He has a special place in ours.

I once asked one of my grandkids how he felt about prayer. And he said, "Just try getting through a math test without it." [Laughter] In Sunday school children learn that God is everywhere, but in public school they find that He's absent from class. And I continue to believe, as do the overwhelming majority of Americans, in the right to nondenominational voluntary school prayer.

The values I have spoken of remind us of the truth that comes on one's knees. And I believe with all my heart that one cannot have this job, cannot be America's President, without a belief in God, without a belief in prayer.

The poet Walt Whitman once asked what made America America, and he replied simply, "Its religion. Otherwise there is no real and permanent grandeur." Let that be our essence as a people and our message as a Nation.

Thank you for this occasion. And may God bless this most wondrous land on Earth, the United States of America. Thank you very, very much.

Note: The President spoke at 11:59 a.m. at the Sheraton Washington Hotel.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0033957/releaseinfo

IMDb


No Greater Sin (1941)

Release Info

USA 28 August 1941 (New York City, New York)



http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0033957/plotsummary

IMDb


No Greater Sin (1941)

Plot Summary


A local health official tries to stop the spread of VD in a town.










http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=20542

The American Presidency Project

George Bush

XLI President of the United States: 1989 - 1993

Remarks at a Drug Control Strategy Meeting

January 27, 1992

Thank you all very much. And let me single out those gentlemen with me: Governor Bob Martinez; Attorney General, Mr. Barr; Secretary Sullivan; and Secretary of Education Alexander. It's a pleasure to be with all of you, and I'm especially happy to welcome the Ambassadors of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela, neighbors with whom we're intensifying our cooperation in the fight against drugs. And ladies and gentlemen all, thank you.

I've been briefed on what kind of a prestigious audience, an important group we have here with us today. All of us are here today to give you an update on America's war against drug abuse.

First, let me say it is a real war. This isn't a headline writer's hype of some sort. The poison of drug abuse and the violence it breeds have left a trail of death and destruction in our cities. And anyone who lives in a big city knows of places close to home that look like war zones, with the neighborhoods burned and scarred, tyrannized by gangs, by drug gangs. Gang violence is claiming the lives of kids who get caught up in drugs, and the drug gangs' gun battles are even stealing the lives of innocent bystanders.

We haven't won this war yet, but I'm determined that we will. Everybody that is working the problem is determined that we will win this war. It is imperative that we put more resources into our fight. Accordingly, I'm asking the Congress for fiscal '93 to provide $12.7 billion to wage this war on drugs. If Congress approves my request, funding for the war against drugs will have increased by 93 percent to nearly double the level of just 3 years ago when I took office.

We start by taking our Federal dollars to the front lines. More than one-quarter of our proposed Federal budget for drug control, more money than ever before, will go to assist State and local government in their drug control programs. Treatment and prevention programs, working to reduce the demand for drugs, would receive over $4.1 billion in 1993. We will expand programs to help high-risk groups like adolescents and pregnant women. We'll increase emergency grants for drug-free schools and communities by 100 percent. And we'll increase by 15 percent the Federal funding for community partnership grants in the fight against drugs. Community partnership grants help good neighbors like the volunteers who brought about the demolition of more than 800 crack houses in Miami. And we're continuing the excellent HUD drug elimination program where we've increased annual funding from $8.2 million to 165 million since '89. This HUD program has helped such citizens as the men and women of Chicago's Cabrini-Green housing project in their efforts to get those drug gangs out of their buildings.

As President, I am determined that our Federal authorities offer all the support that they possibly can to the communities that make this full commitment. You have my word: I will demand an equal commitment from the Congress. No American, young or old or in-between, should have to live in fear.

We've made real progress in this fight against drug abuse, drug use. Between '88 and '91, current overall drug use dropped by 13 percent, while among adolescents drug use dropped by 27 percent. Cocaine use tells the same story. While current use of this deadly drug among the general population decreased by 35 percent, 35, among teenagers it dropped by 63 percent.

Now, think about that last one, that last statistic. Compared with 4 years ago, almost two-thirds fewer of our kids are falling for the temptation of cocaine. Our young people are getting the message. Millions and millions more of our kids are listening to good advice and saving themselves from the lives of addiction and misery. Of course, one life sacrificed to the demons of drugs or drug abuse violence is one too many. Saving those lives has got to be everyone's mission, from Federal officials to county prosecutors and cops on the beat.

We cannot gain total victory without the strength and the resolve and the dedication of countless volunteers. Every time an individual parent or teacher or clergyman motivates a young person to say no to drug abuse, we as a nation move much closer to our goal. So let me say as clearly as I possibly can: Success in the drug war depends crucially on our churches and synagogues; our schools; our service clubs and young people's organizations; and most important, American families, strengthened by the virtues and bonds of love and honor and just plain strength. American families, that's the key.

Before I turn the program over to Governor Martinez, who's doing a superb job in this field, let me mention again something that we announced last week, namely that he and I will be meeting next month with the Presidents of Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela, and Ecuador and Mexico. This will be the second regional drug summit. We must work more effectively than ever with these nations in fighting the spread of drugs. And I'll drive home the message that there are no half measures.

I will also convince those world leaders, leaders of those countries that we are tackling the demand side of the equation. I remember Cartagena, and I remember there was some doubt on the parts of those Presidents as to what we were doing at home on the demand side. I think now we have a good record with real progress to report to them. It makes a difference to how they can go about using their resources in their countries.

Now I'd like to turn the podium over to Bob Martinez and the other briefers who are working so hard to win this drug war. And I really do thank each of you for your commitment and for your effort. I will single out just one group here, the Partnership against drugs, where we have this marvelous media effort going on now. It's about $1 million a day being spent on pro bono advertising to get the message to the young people. And that is not Government; that is volunteers taking that message to the people of this country.

And there are so many wonderful stories of that nature, and I know many of the programs that work are represented by people right here. So I do thank you for your commitment and your effort, and let's continue this fight until we can say, each one of us, that we have conquered the scourge of drug abuse.

Thank you very much for letting me pop in.

Note: The President spoke at 2:05 p.m. in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building.










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Nation & World: Wednesday, November 08, 2006

By The Associated Press


Bush seemed stoic about the election, proclaiming: "This isn't my first rodeo."





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Date: TUE 11/09/1993

Governor hopeful Bush: Look past personalities

By ALAN BERNSTEIN, R.G. RATCLIFFE

Staff

Fledgling gubernatorial candidate George W. Bush


"Our leaders should be judged by results, not by entertaining personalities or clever sound bites," Bush told about 300 supporters










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THURSDAY, SEP 9, 2004 04:45 PM PDT

Stung!

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1982, R, ***, 01:57, Color, English, United States,

A TV anchorman (Sean Connery) sees more than meets the eye behind an Arab king's plot to blow up Israel and New York.

Cast: Sean Connery, George Grizzard, Katharine Ross, Robert Conrad, G.D. Spradlin, John Saxon, Henry Silva, Leslie Nielsen, Robert Webber, Rosalind Cash, Hardy Kruger, Dean Stockwell, Ron Moody, Cherie Michan, Tony March, Marianne Marks, Jeffrey Wheat, Joseph Whipp, Thom McFadden Director(s): Richard Brooks Producer(s): Richard Brooks










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McMurphy: Nurse Ratched, Nurse Ratched! The Chief voted! Now will you please turn on the television set?

Nurse Ratched: [she opens the glass window] Mr. McMurphy, the meeting was adjourned and the vote was closed.

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The Distance

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The Lights of Mystery Mountain

Aired Saturday 1:00 PM Sep 06, 1975 on CBS

When Cindy returns from a weekend vacation with photos of UFOs believed responsible for the disappearances of several people, Andrea and Rick go back with her to investigate.

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The American Presidency Project

Ronald Reagan

XL President of the United States: 1981 - 1989

Address to the Nation on Defense and National Security

March 23, 1983

My fellow Americans, thank you for sharing your time with me tonight.

The subject I want to discuss with you, peace and national security, is both timely and important. Timely, because I've reached a decision which offers a new hope for our children in the 21st century, a decision I'll tell you about in a few minutes. And important because there's a very big decision that you must make for yourselves. This subject involves the most basic duty that any President and any people share, the duty to protect and strengthen the peace.

At the beginning of this year, I submitted to the Congress a defense budget which reflects my best judgment of the best understanding of the experts and specialists who advise me about what we and our allies must do to protect our people in the years ahead. That budget is much more than a long list of numbers, for behind all the numbers lies America's ability to prevent the greatest of human tragedies and preserve our free way of life in a sometimes dangerous world. It is part of a careful, long-term plan to make America strong again after too many years of neglect and mistakes.

Our efforts to rebuild America's defenses and strengthen the peace began 2 years ago when we requested a major increase in the defense program. Since then, the amount of those increases we first proposed has been reduced by half, through improvements in management and procurement and other savings.

The budget request that is now before the Congress has been trimmed to the limits of safety. Further deep cuts cannot be made without seriously endangering the security of the Nation. The choice is up to the men and women you've elected to the Congress, and that means the choice is up to you.

Tonight, I want to explain to you what this defense debate is all about and why I'm convinced that the budget now before the Congress is necessary, responsible, and deserving of your support. And I want to offer hope for the future.

But first, let me say what the defense debate is not about. It is not about spending arithmetic. I know that in the last few weeks you've been bombarded with numbers and percentages. Some say we need only a 5-percent increase in defense spending. The so-called alternate budget backed by liberals in the House of Representatives would lower the figure to 2 to 3 percent, cutting our defense spending by $163 billion over the next 5 years. The trouble with all these numbers is that they tell us little about the kind of defense program America needs or the benefits and security and freedom that our defense effort buys for us.

What seems to have been lost in all this debate is the simple truth of how a defense budget is arrived at. It isn't done by deciding to spend a certain number of dollars. Those loud voices that are occasionally heard charging that the Government is trying to solve a security problem by throwing money at it are nothing more than noise based on ignorance. We start by considering what must be done to maintain peace and review all the possible threats against our security. Then a strategy for strengthening peace and defending against those threats must be agreed upon. And, finally, our defense establishment must be evaluated to see what is necessary to protect against any or all of the potential threats. The cost of achieving these ends is totaled up, and the result is the budget for national defense.

There is no logical way that you can say, let's spend x billion dollars less. You can only say, which part of our defense measures do we believe we can do without and still have security against all contingencies? Anyone in the Congress who advocates a percentage or a specific dollar cut in defense spending should be made to say what part of our defenses he would eliminate, and he should be candid enough to acknowledge that his cuts mean cutting our commitments to allies or inviting greater risk or both.

The defense policy of the United States is based on a simple premise: The United States does not start fights. We will never be an aggressor. We maintain our strength in order to deter and defend against aggression-to preserve freedom and peace.

Since the dawn of the atomic age, we've sought to reduce the risk of war by maintaining a strong deterrent and by seeking genuine arms control. "Deterrence" means simply this: making sure any adversary who thinks about attacking the United States, or our allies, or our vital interests, concludes that the risks to him outweigh any potential gains. Once he understands that, he won't attack. We maintain the peace through our strength; weakness only invites aggression.

This strategy of deterrence has not changed. It still works. But what it takes to maintain deterrence has changed. It took one kind of military force to deter an attack when we had far more nuclear weapons than any other power; it takes another kind now that the Soviets, for example, have enough accurate and powerful nuclear weapons to destroy virtually all of our missiles on the ground. Now, this is not to say that the Soviet Union is planning to make war on us. Nor do I believe a war is inevitable-quite the contrary. But what must be recognized is that our security is based on being prepared to meet all threats.

There was a time when we depended on coastal forts and artillery batteries, because, with the weaponry of that day, any attack would have had to come by sea. Well, this is a different world, and our defenses must be based on recognition and awareness of the weaponry possessed by other nations in the nuclear age.

We can't afford to believe that we will never be threatened. There have been two world wars in my lifetime. We didn't start them and, indeed, did everything we could to avoid being drawn into them. But we were ill-prepared for both. Had we been better prepared, peace might have been preserved.

For 20 years the Soviet Union has been accumulating enormous military might. They didn't stop when their forces exceeded all requirements of a legitimate defensive capability. And they haven't stopped now. During the past decade and a half, the Soviets have built up a massive arsenal of new strategic nuclear weapons—weapons that can strike directly at the United States.

As an example, the United States introduced its last new intercontinental ballistic missile, the Minute Man III, in 1969, and we're now dismantling our even older Titan missiles. But what has the Soviet Union done in these intervening years? Well, since 1969 the Soviet Union has built five new classes of ICBM's, and upgraded these eight times. As a result, their missiles are much more powerful and accurate than they were several years ago, and they continue to develop more, while ours are increasingly obsolete.

The same thing has happened in other areas. Over the same period, the Soviet Union built 4 new classes of submarine-launched ballistic missiles and over 60 new missile submarines. We built 2 new types of submarine missiles and actually withdrew 10 submarines from strategic missions. The Soviet Union built over 200 new Backfire bombers, and their brand new Blackjack bomber is now under development. We haven't built a new long-range bomber since our B-52's were deployed about a quarter of a century ago, and we've already retired several hundred of those because of old age. Indeed, despite what many people think, our strategic forces only cost about 15 percent of the defense budget.

Another example of what's happened: In 1978 the Soviets had 600 intermediate-range nuclear missiles based on land and were beginning to add the SS-20—a new, highly accurate, mobile missile with 3 warheads. We had none. Since then the Soviets have strengthened their lead. By the end of 1979, when Soviet leader Brezhnev declared "a balance now exists," the Soviets had over 800 warheads. We still had none. A year ago this month, Mr. Brezhnev pledged a moratorium, or freeze, on SS-20 deployment. But by last August, their 800 warheads had become more than 1,200. We still had none. Some freeze. At this time Soviet Defense Minister Ustinov announced "approximate parity of forces continues to exist." But the Soviets are still adding an average of 3 new warheads a week, and now have 1,300. These warheads can reach their targets in a matter of a few minutes. We still have none. So far, it seems that the Soviet definition of parity is a box score of 1,300 to nothing, in their favor.

So, together with our NATO allies, we decided in 1979 to deploy new weapons, beginning this year, as a deterrent to their SS—20's and as an incentive to the Soviet Union to meet us in serious arms control negotiations. We will begin that deployment late this year. At the same time, however, we're willing to cancel our program if the Soviets will dismantle theirs. This is what we've called a zero-zero plan. The Soviets are now at the negotiating table—and I think it's fair to say that without our planned deployments, they wouldn't be there.

Now, let's consider conventional forces. Since 1974 the United States has produced 3,050 tactical combat aircraft. By contrast, the Soviet Union has produced twice as many. When we look at attack submarines, the United States has produced 27 while the Soviet Union has produced 61. For armored vehicles, including tanks, we have produced 11,200. The Soviet Union has produced 54,000—nearly 5 to 1 in their favor. Finally, with artillery, we've produced 950 artillery and rocket launchers while the Soviets have produced more than 13,000—a staggering 14-to-1 ratio.

There was a time when we were able to offset superior Soviet numbers with higher quality, but today they are building weapons as sophisticated and modern as our own.

As the Soviets have increased their military power, they've been emboldened to extend that power. They're spreading their military influence in ways that can directly challenge our vital interests and those of our allies.

The following aerial photographs, most of them secret until now, illustrate this point in a crucial area very close to home: Central America and the Caribbean Basin. They're not dramatic photographs. But I think they help give you a better understanding of what I'm talking about.

This Soviet intelligence collection facility, less than a hundred miles from our coast, is the largest of its kind in the world. The acres and acres of antennae fields and intelligence monitors are targeted on key U.S. military installations and sensitive activities. The installation in Lourdes, Cuba, is manned by 1,500 Soviet technicians. And the satellite ground station allows instant communications with Moscow. This 28-square-mile facility has grown by more than 60 percent in size and capability during the past decade.

In western Cuba, we see this military airfield and it complement of modern, Soviet-built Mig-23 aircraft. The Soviet Union uses this Cuban airfield for its own long-range reconnaissance missions. And earlier this month, two modern Soviet antisubmarine warfare aircraft began operating from it. During the past 2 years, the level of Soviet arms exports to Cuba can only be compared to the levels reached during the Cuban missile crisis 20 years ago.

This third photo, which is the only one in this series that has been previously made public, shows Soviet military hardware that has made its way to Central America. This airfield with its MI-8 helicopters, anti-aircraft guns, and protected fighter sites is one of a number of military facilities in Nicaragua which has received Soviet equipment funneled through Cuba, and reflects the massive military buildup going on in that country.

On the small island of Grenada, at the southern end of the Caribbean chain, the Cubans, with Soviet financing and backing, are in the process of building an airfield with a 10,000-foot runway. Grenada doesn't even have an air force. Who is it intended for? The Caribbean is a very important passageway for our international commerce and military lines of communication. More than half of all American oil imports now pass through the Caribbean. The rapid buildup of Grenada's military potential is unrelated to any conceivable threat to this island country of under 110,000 people and totally at odds with the pattern of other eastern Caribbean States, most of which are unarmed.

The Soviet-Cuban militarization of Grenada, in short, can only be seen as power projection into the region. And it is in this important economic and strategic area that we're trying to help the Governments of El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, and others in their struggles for democracy against guerrillas supported through Cuba and Nicaragua.

These pictures only tell a small part of the story. I wish I could show you more without compromising our most sensitive intelligence sources and methods. But the Soviet Union is also supporting Cuban military forces in Angola and Ethiopia. They have bases in Ethiopia and South Yemen, near the Persian Gulf oil fields. They've taken over the port that we built at Cam Ranh Bay in Vietnam. And now for the first time in history, the Soviet Navy is a force to be reckoned with in the South Pacific.

Some people may still ask: Would the Soviets ever use their formidable military power? Well, again, can we afford to believe they won't? There is Afghanistan. And in Poland, the Soviets denied the will of the people and in so doing demonstrated to the world how their military power could also be used to intimidate.

The final fact is that the Soviet Union is acquiring what can only be considered an offensive military force. They have continued to build far more intercontinental ballistic missiles than they could possibly need simply to deter an attack. Their conventional forces are trained and equipped not so much to defend against an attack as they are to permit sudden, surprise offensives of their own.

Our NATO allies have assumed a great defense burden, including the military draft in most countries. We're working with them and our other friends around the world to do more. Our defensive strategy means we need military forces that can move very quickly, forces that are trained and ready to respond to any emergency.

Every item in our defense program—our ships, our tanks, our planes, our funds for training and spare parts—is intended for one all-important purpose: to keep the peace. Unfortunately, a decade of neglecting our military forces had called into question our ability to do that.

When I took office in January 1981, I was appalled by what I found: American planes that couldn't fly and American ships that couldn't sail for lack of spare parts and trained personnel and insufficient fuel and ammunition for essential training. The inevitable result of all this was poor morale in our Armed Forces, difficulty in recruiting the brightest young Americans to wear the uniform, and difficulty in convincing our most experienced military personnel to stay on.

There was a real question then about how well we could meet a crisis. And it was obvious that we had to begin a major modernization program to ensure we could deter aggression and preserve the peace in the years ahead.

We had to move immediately to improve the basic readiness and staying power of our conventional forces, so they could meet—and therefore help deter—a crisis. We had to make up for lost years of investment by moving forward with a long-term plan to prepare our forces to counter the military capabilities our adversaries were developing for the future.

I know that all of you want peace, and so do I. I know too that many of you seriously believe that a nuclear freeze would further the cause of peace. But a freeze now would make us less, not more, secure and would raise, not reduce, the risks of war. It would be largely unverifiable and would seriously undercut our negotiations on arms reduction. It would reward the Soviets for their massive military buildup while preventing us from modernizing our aging and increasingly vulnerable forces. With their present margin of superiority, why should they agree to arms reductions knowing that we were prohibited from catching up?

Believe me, it wasn't pleasant for someone who had come to Washington determined to reduce government spending, but we had to move forward with the task of repairing our defenses or we would lose our ability to deter conflict now and in the future. We had to demonstrate to any adversary that aggression could not succeed, and that the only real solution was substantial, equitable, and effectively verifiable arms reduction—the kind we're working for right now in Geneva.

Thanks to your strong support, and bipartisan support from the Congress, we began to turn things around. Already, we're seeing some very encouraging results. Quality recruitment and retention are up dramatically-more high school graduates are choosing military careers, and more experienced career personnel are choosing to stay. Our men and women in uniform at last are getting the tools and training they need to do their jobs.

Ask around today, especially among our young people, and I think you will find a whole new attitude toward serving their country. This reflects more than just better pay, equipment, and leadership. You the American people have sent a signal to these young people that it is once again an honor to wear the uniform. That's not something you measure in a budget, but it's a very real part of our nation's strength.

It'll take us longer to build the kind of equipment we need to keep peace in the future, but we've made a good start.

We haven't built a new long-range bomber for 21 years. Now we're building the B-1. We hadn't launched one new strategic submarine for 17 years. Now we're building one Trident submarine a year. Our land-based missiles are increasingly threatened by the many huge, new Soviet ICBM's. We're determining how to solve that problem. At the same time, we're working in the START and INF negotiations with the goal of achieving deep reductions in the strategic and intermediate nuclear arsenals of both sides.

We have also begun the long-needed modernization of our conventional forces. The Army is getting its first new tank in 20 years. The Air Force is modernizing. We're rebuilding our Navy, which shrank from about a thousand ships in the late 1960's to 453 during the 1970's. Our nation needs a superior navy to support our military forces and vital interests overseas. We're now on the road to achieving a 600-ship navy and increasing the amphibious capabilities of our marines, who are now serving the cause of peace in Lebanon. And we're building a real capability to assist our friends in the vitally important Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf region.

This adds up to a major effort, and it isn't cheap. It comes at a time when there are many other pressures on our budget and when the American people have already had to make major sacrifices during the recession. But we must not be misled by those who would make defense once again the scapegoat of the Federal budget.

The fact is that in the past few decades we have seen a dramatic shift in how we spend the taxpayer's dollar. Back in 1955, payments to individuals took up only about 20 percent of the Federal budget. For nearly three decades, these payments steadily increased and, this year, will account for 49 percent of the budget. By contrast, in 1955 defense took up more than half of the Federal budget. By 1980 this spending had fallen to a low of 23 percent. Even with the increase that I am requesting this year, defense will still amount to only 28 percent of the budget.

The calls for cutting back the defense budget come in nice, simple arithmetic. They're the same kind of talk that led the democracies to neglect their defenses in the 1930's and invited the tragedy of World War II. We must not let that grim chapter of history repeat itself through apathy or neglect.

This is why I'm speaking to you tonight-to urge you to tell your Senators and Congressmen that you know we must continue to restore our military strength. If we stop in midstream, we will send a signal of decline, of lessened will, to friends and adversaries alike. Free people must voluntarily, through open debate and democratic means, meet the challenge that totalitarians pose by compulsion. It's up to us, in our time, to choose and choose wisely between the hard but necessary task of preserving peace and freedom and the temptation to ignore our duty and blindly hope for the best while the enemies of freedom grow stronger day by day.

The solution is well within our grasp. But to reach it, there is simply no alternative but to continue this year, in this budget, to provide the resources we need to preserve the peace and guarantee our freedom.

Now, thus far tonight I've shared with you my thoughts on the problems of national security we must face together. My predecessors in the Oval Office have appeared before you on other occasions to describe the threat posed by Soviet power and have proposed steps to address that threat. But since the advent of nuclear weapons, those steps have been increasingly directed toward deterrence of aggression through the promise of retaliation.

This approach to stability through offensive threat has worked. We and our allies have succeeded in preventing nuclear war for more than three decades. In recent months, however, my advisers, including in particular the Joint Chiefs of Staff, have underscored the necessity to break out of a future that relies solely on offensive retaliation for our security.

Over the course of these discussions, I've become more and more deeply convinced that the human spirit must be capable of rising above dealing with other nations and human beings by threatening their existence. Feeling this way, I believe we must thoroughly examine every opportunity for reducing tensions and for introducing greater stability into the strategic calculus on both sides.

One of the most important contributions we can make is, of course, to lower the level of all arms, and particularly nuclear arms. We're engaged right now in several negotiations with the Soviet Union to bring about a mutual reduction of weapons. I will report to you a week from tomorrow my thoughts on that score. But let me just say, I'm totally committed to this course.

If the Soviet Union will join with us in our effort to achieve major arms reduction, we will have succeeded in stabilizing the nuclear balance. Nevertheless, it will still be necessary to rely on the specter of retaliation, on mutual threat. And that's a sad commentary on the human condition. Wouldn't it be better to save lives than to avenge them? Are we not capable of demonstrating our peaceful intentions by applying all our abilities and our ingenuity to achieving a truly lasting stability? I think we are. Indeed, we must.

After careful consultation with my advisers, including the Joint Chiefs of Staff, I believe there is a way. Let me share with you a vision of the future which offers hope. It is that we embark on a program to counter the awesome Soviet missile threat with measures that are defensive. Let us turn to the very strengths in technology that spawned our great industrial base and that have given us the quality of life we enjoy today.

What if free people could live secure in the knowledge that their security did not rest upon the threat of instant U.S. retaliation to deter a Soviet attack, that we could intercept and destroy strategic ballistic missiles before they reached our own soil or that of our allies?

I know this is a formidable, technical task, one that may not be accomplished before the end of this century. Yet, current technology has attained a level of sophistication where it's reasonable for us to begin this effort. It will take years, probably decades of effort on many fronts. There will be failures and setbacks, just as there will be successes and breakthroughs. And as we proceed, we must remain constant in preserving the nuclear deterrent and maintaining a solid capability for flexible response. But isn't it worth every investment necessary to free the world from the threat of nuclear war? We know it is.

In the meantime, we will continue to pursue real reductions in nuclear arms, negotiating from a position of strength that can be ensured only by modernizing our strategic forces. At the same time, we must take steps to reduce the risk of a conventional military conflict escalating to nuclear war by improving our nonnuclear capabilities.

America does possess—now—the technologies to attain very significant improvements in the effectiveness of our conventional, nonnuclear forces. Proceeding boldly with these new technologies, we can significantly reduce any incentive that the Soviet Union may have to threaten attack against the United States or its allies.

As we pursue our goal of defensive technologies, we recognize that our allies rely upon our strategic offensive power to deter attacks against them. Their vital interests and ours are inextricably linked. Their safety and ours are one. And no change in technology can or will alter that reality. We must and shall continue to honor our commitments.

I clearly recognize that defensive systems have limitations and raise certain problems and ambiguities. If paired with offensive systems, they can be viewed as fostering an aggressive policy, and no one wants that. But with these considerations firmly in mind, I call upon the scientific community in our country, those who gave us nuclear weapons, to turn their great talents now to the cause of mankind and world peace, to give us the means of rendering these nuclear weapons impotent and obsolete.

Tonight, consistent with our obligations of the ABM treaty and recognizing the need for closer consultation with our allies, I'm taking an important first step. I am directing a comprehensive and intensive effort to define a long-term research and development program to begin to achieve our ultimate goal of eliminating the threat posed by strategic nuclear missiles. This could pave the way for arms control measures to eliminate the weapons themselves. We seek neither military superiority nor political advantage. Our only purpose—one all people share—is to search for ways to reduce the danger of nuclear war.

My fellow Americans, tonight we're launching an effort which holds the promise of changing the course of human history. There will be risks, and results take time. But I believe we can do it. As we cross this threshold, I ask for your prayers and your support.

Thank you, good night, and God bless you.

Note: The President spoke at 8:02 p.m. from the Oval Office at the White House. The address was broadcast live on nationwide radio and television.










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IMDb


Isis (TV Series)

The Lights of Mystery Mountain (1975)

Release Info

USA 6 September 1975

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0612590/

IMDb


Isis: Season 1, Episode 1

The Lights of Mystery Mountain (6 Sep. 1975)

TV Episode

JoAnna Cameron ... Isis / Andrea Thomas

Release Date: 6 September 1975 (USA)










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tv.com


Shazam! Season 2 Episode 1

On Winning

Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Sep 06, 1975 on CBS

AIRED: 9/6/75










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Isis (1975–1976)

Plot Summary


High school science teacher Andrea Thomas unearths an amulet that once belonged to a past queen of Egypt. Andrea later discovers that the amulet enables her to become the goddess Isis with the powers to control the elements and as Isis, she uses these powers to fight crime and to help those that are in trouble.










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Isis (1975–1976)

Quotes


Andrea Thomas: O mighty Isis!










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Isis (1975–1976)

Quotes


Narrator: And so, unknown even to her closest friends, Rick Mason and Cindy Lee, she became a dual person: Andrea Thomas, teacher; and Isis, dedicated foe of evil, defender of the weak, champion of truth and justice!










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The Simpsons Season 7 Episode 18

The Day the Violence Died

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 17, 1996 on FOX

Quotes


Lyrics to "Amendment To Be"

Boy: (spoken) Hey, who left all this garbage lying on the steps of Congress?

Amendment: (spoken) I'm not garbage.

(sung) I'm an amendment to be,

Yes, an amendment to be,

And I'm hoping that they'll ratify me,

There's a lot of flag burners,

Who have got too much freedom,

I wanna make it legal,

For policemen to beat 'em,

'Cause there's limits to our liberties.

'Least I hope and pray that there are,

'Cause those liberal freaks go too far.

Boy: (spoken) But why can't we just make a law against flag burning?

Amendment: (spoken) Because that law would be unconstitutional.

But if we changed the Constitution...

Boy: (spoken) Then we could make all sorts of crazy laws!

Amendment: (spoken) Now you're catching on!

(brief breakaway as Bart and Lisa comment on what they're seeing)

Bart: What the Hell is this?

Lisa: It's one of those campy '70s throwbacks that appeal to Generation-Xers.

Bart: We need another Vietnam to out their ranks a little.










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Springfield! Springfield!


Helix

Cross-Pollination


If you see any elderly persons, offer them assistance.
More than enough to go around.



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 4:08 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Saturday 28 February 2015