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Stuart G

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Gender: Male
Hometown: no where
Current location: ????
Member since: Tue Dec 18, 2007, 12:07 PM
Number of posts: 11,553

About Me

I thought I knew a lot, and I found out... how little I knew about what I know. And how much more there is to learn, if I listen and read what others have to say.

Journal Archives

Fraud in Ads Anywhere. Lying ads, Internet, TV, Radio..etc. What are the worst ?

In my opinion this is the worst....ZERO TO CARD IN 60 SECONDS.. Capital One..

I see this on the internet all the time...The impression is that you can select a card in 60 seconds. What a lie. The average person cannot even read the first paragraph in 60 seconds..How the hell can you pick a credit card and be satisfied with it in 60 seconds?

Let's share the worst. thanks.

Ann Murray, "We Sure Could Use A Little Good News Today"

While some references are old, some are perfect for today's news. It is a wonderful song, and a tear came to my eye.

Please listen and enjoy. 2min, 35 seconds

Please don't completely dismiss the "crazy shit"..and "crazy lies" that apeal to a small minority..

The world underestimated this one, and he killed 50 to 75 million people--Adolph Hitler--


At the DAP, Hitler met Dietrich Eckart, one of the party's founders and a member of the occult Thule Society. Eckart became Hitler's mentor, exchanging ideas with him and introducing him to a wide range of Munich society. To increase its appeal, the DAP changed its name to the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers Party; NSDAP). Hitler designed the party's banner of a swastika in a white circle on a red background.

Hitler was discharged from the army on 31 March 1920 and began working full-time for the NSDAP. The party headquarters was in Munich, a major hotbed of anti-government German nationalists determined to crush Marxism and undermine the Weimar Republic. In February 1921—already highly effective at speaking to large audiences—he spoke to a crowd of over 6,000. To publicise the meeting, two truckloads of party supporters drove around Munich waving swastika flags and throwing leaflets. Hitler soon gained notoriety for his rowdy polemic speeches against the Treaty of Versailles, rival politicians, and especially against Marxists and Jews.

Seattle Police Stop Speeder And End Up Delivering Baby

Source: Huff Post.

Ed Mazza
Overnight Editor, The Huffington Post

Posted: 08/18/2015 04:39 AM EDT

"That baby wasn't having any of it and wanted to make an early appearance."


Police in Seattle pulled over a car for speeding and running a red light early Sunday, but instead of handing the driver a ticket, they ended up delivering a baby.

As it turns out, the driver was rushing to bring his wife to the hospital as she was in labor, according to Seattle Police Blotter, the department's official blog

The police called for an ambulance, but the baby had other plans.

"That baby wasn't having any of it and wanted to make an early appearance so our officers certainly earned their pay today," police spokesperson Sgt. Sean Whitcomb told KING 5 News, the local NBC station.

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/cops-deliver-baby-seattle_55d2cacbe4b07addcb43e601?kvcommref=mostpopularLink to source

Some really nice news..

About Winning the Lottery???

About the lottery and all those millions.,.....
Waking up, each day, having friends,
Knowing the meaning of love,
And being able to love,
Being kind to others, and receive kindness from others,
Knowing right from wrong,
Not Hurting Others, or Me,
Having some idea about spirituality..(whatever that may be)
Enjoying today, as best as I can....Well...............
That is the lottery.. I won, because I got today...

Stuart G.

Three...yes, Three, NOPE>>>Four, Yes, 4...Four Great Decisions In The Space of Two Days..

ACA...now upheld again..
Marriage Equality the Law Of The Land
Three Strikes You're Out...Unconstitutional....

"I Will See You In My Dreams.from Titanic"..with pictures, Celine Dion, composer: James Horner..

Composer of this music, James Horner, died yesterday in California. He was 61,,please listen to this beautiful music that will live on.

"If We Hold On Together"...James Horner..wrote music and lyrics , "Land Before Time" ..Diana Ross

Trick Huff Post usees to get you to like Jeb Bush.


Right now and often the Huff Post has pictures of Jeb Bush. All those pictures of him have a presidential look. Looking up at him, or looking quite presidential. There is a certain positive look. Don't believe it go there now and look. Huff Post is a picture site, the pictures tell the story. Now look at the picture of Bernie at Huff post. All the pictures of Bernie have him with his mouth open and not looking presidential..go and look now.
.Every picture of JBush..has had that look for the last 6 months..Every one...It is not a mistake. I have seen this.. This site favors Bush over the clown car..The pictures of the clown car residents often look kinda silly. That is what this site wants you and everyone who visits there to think. That is what Huff Post is. Almost all the pictures of Bernie have a negative look. Check it out if you don't believe me..

DU is a great place to learn about ideas of all kinds from an incredible number of sources.

It is one of the reasons I really like DU.. There are so many different sources, and so many different topics.... It is just like being in a huge library where you pick up the magazines and other resources with the push of a button. Also, there are many ideas generated by those who frequent DU. We share in presenting the research, and in share in presenting our ideas. This place can be educational, as well as fun. I try not to take the arguments too seriously, because that could ruin my day. Just look at all the topics and groups and the number of links posted here. Incredible!

... Overall, DU is my favorite place to go on the internet.
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