Monday, September 16, 2013

Laughable Stuff About The Obamas


First Lady Michelle Obama is telling the American people that drinking more water is the best thing you can do to improve your health.


But New York University food scientist Marion Nestle said that the message that Americans don't drink enough water is questionable. It's just a non-issue in my view, he said.

How much water should we be drinking? Science doesn’t have a clue.

See . . .

The Center For Disease Control And Prevention reports that most of your water needs are met through the water and beverages you drink, and you can get some fluid through the foods you eat. For example, broth soups and other foods that are 85% to 95% water such as celery, tomatoes, oranges, and melons.

Meeting Your Daily Fluid Needs

Scientific American says, Strange but True: Drinking Too Much Water Can Kill.

There is such a thing as a fatal water overdose.

Who ya' gonna believe?

New Book Blurb

In his newest book, The Phrenology of Barack Obama author Bensa Magos returns to reveal the secrets behind the occulted past of President Barack Obama using the pseudo-science of phrenology.

Magos uncovers natural, unnatural, and preternatural features of "Manchurian Candidate" Obama's cranium and brainpan, including the mysterious "head scar" which the mass media refuses to discuss. Causes for the head scar range from CIA brain-implants to a partial lobotomy by his puppet master handlers, as well as the most shocking revelation: that Obama once had a horn.

Magos follows a trail of evidence that leads from Obama's brain surgery and dehorning, to government Mind Control programs like MKULTRA and MONARCH with roots in the Nazi Occult, and ultimately to the satanic endgame revealed by the Demon Horn of Moloch.

Given the NSA and IRS scandals, this book is a must read!
(Note: It's a 'must read' if you are a real wingnut.)



Maine is the only state whose name is just one syllable.



On September 16, 1620 the Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England, bound for the New World with 102 passengers. The ship was headed for Virginia, where the colonists -- half religious dissenters and half entrepreneurs -- had been authorized to settle by the British crown.

But, stormy weather and navigational errors forced the Mayflower off course, and on November 21 in 1620 the Pilgrims reached Massachusetts, where they founded the first permanent European settlement in New England.

Note: The term "Pilgrim" was not used to describe the Plymouth colonists until the early 19th century and was derived from a manuscript in which Governor Bradford spoke of the "saints" who left Holland as "pilgrimes."


ponder [pahn'-duhr]
-  To weigh in the mind with thoroughness and care.
-  To think or consider especially quietly, soberly, and deeply



Peter Michael Falk
(Sept 16, 1927 – June 23, 2011)
Peter Falk was an American actor, best known for his role as Lt. Columbo in the television series Columbo. He appeared in numerous films such as The Princess Bride, The Great Race, and Next, and television guest roles. He was nominated for an Academy Award twice (for 1960's Murder, Inc. and 1961's Pocketful of Miracles).

Amy Meredith Poehler
(born September 16, 1971)
Amy Poehler is an American actress, comedian, and writer. In 1996, she moved to New York City after becoming part of the improvisational comedy troupe Upright Citizens Brigade, which later developed into an eponymous television show that aired on Comedy Central for three seasons.

Poehler was a cast member on the NBC television show Saturday Night Live (SNL) from 2001 to 2009. In 2004, she became the co-anchor of the Weekend Update sketch along with her friend and colleague Tina Fey. Since 2009, she has starred as Leslie Knope in the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.

Edward James "Ed" Begley, Jr.
(born September 16, 1949)
Ed Begley Jr. is an American actor and environmentalist. Begley has appeared in hundreds of films, television shows, and stage performances. He is best known for his role as Dr. Victor Ehrlich, on the television series St. Elsewhere, for which he received six consecutive Emmy Award nominations, and his most recent reality show about green living called Living With Ed on Planet Green.

Lauren Bacall
(born September 16, 1924)
Lauren Bacall is an American film and stage actress known for her distinctive husky voice and sultry looks. She first emerged as a leading lady in the Humphrey Bogart film To Have And Have Not (1944) and continued on with appearances in Bogart movies The Big Sleep (1946), Dark Passage (1947), and Key Largo (1948), as well as a comedienne in How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) with Marilyn Monroe and Designing Woman (1957) with Gregory Peck.

Bacall has worked on Broadway in musicals, gaining Tony Awards for Applause in 1970 and Woman of the Year in 1981. Her performance in the movie The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996) earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award nomination.


Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.
--Albert Einstein


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