Last weekend’s dinner in Nashville was canceled due to weather, but, we’ve made up for that. Saturday, a local Atlanta church will not only host the dinner, but has agreed to host a dance following the dinner.
This social event is only open to thirty top level staff members and certain active duty and former U.S. Army Rangers. All of the rangers will wear the issued ceremonial dress and saber. Guests will be required to show their RSVP invitation at the door and will be checked against a photo roster.
The dinner will honor thirty Rangers for excellent service during the last ten years. They will now work for the North American Underground.
One hundred-fifty rangers will attend. The Board of Director’s will also attend.
A subsequent political stand down is now being considered for Seattle, Washington, but there are a few thing’s that will not be affected with this consideration.
First, fifteen new players have now been implemented in Seattle. Now that they have the training, will now face the rigorous Seattle public with a new agenda on their mind. Changing the City Council as they changed the city players in New York City and Chicago. They will now focus themselves on living their cover and bring down dirty businesses, and the council that supports the Eine-stein and Whine-stein sects that recently launched an unfavorable attack on the homeless in Seattle. There are no guarantees under law that supported such an attack. There are no mystical torts, legal challenges or legal precedences that can be applied by businesses to give them unfair advantage.
I chose not to attack McGinn until I saw the color of his heart, this is a sampled fairness that I implemented with Greg Nickels in the early administration years that led to the establishment of Tent City 3, 4 and Nickelsville. Now having seen the ‘true’ McGinn, I now put aside the skepticism so elegantly brought on by dealing with Paul Schell a.k.a. (Macht Snell) and Greg Nickels a.k.a (Peter Nickels or Peter Snickels)
Our renewed focus is has now changed as we endeavor to promote the latest change for Nickelsville (our idea for green was much better and used less resources than the current green facility proposed), we now embrace McGinn’s plan of bringing peace to the Veterans for Peace.
Our first monophonic wax record was sent through the third generation-Three Dimensional Deep Sub Logic Processor or DSLP created by seven students from MIT, Standford, Berkley and Georgia Tech. A single channel contains two-hundred fifty-six processors that can identify specific instruments; isolate them into specific identities and process them parametrically. We kept the mix simple to 36 tracks then dumped them into an editor for the final mix. This represents-on a scale of one to ten, only a three in complexity. Ten is just simply mind boggling!
This beast of a question continues to rise it’s ugly head. While the differ on the subject of malignancy of the President, Obama is showing all the classic signs of Sociopathic personality disorder based on observation and DSM-IV Definition. Genuinely, the President is showing signs of Antisocial personality disorder defined as:
Diagnostic Criteria (DSM-IV)
1. Since the age of fifteen there has been a disregard for and violation of the right’s of others, those right’s considered normal by the local culture, as indicated by at least three of the following:
A. Repeated acts that could lead to arrest.
B. Conning for pleasure or profit, repeated lying, or the use of aliases. C. Failure to plan ahead or being impulsive.
D. Repeated assaults on others.
E. Reckless when it comes to their or others safety.
F. Poor work behavior or failure to honor financial obligations.
G. Rationalizing the pain they inflict on others.
2. At least eighteen years in age.
3. Evidence of a Conduct Disorder, with its onset before the age of fifteen.
4. Symptoms not due to another mental disorder.
* Glibness and Superficial Charm
* Manipulative and Conning
They never recognize the rights of others and see their self-serving behaviors as permissible. They appear to be charming, yet are covertly hostile and domineering, seeing their victim as merely an instrument to be used. They may dominate and humiliate their victims.
* Grandiose Sense of Self
Feels entitled to certain things as “their right.”
* Pathological Lying
Has no problem lying coolly and easily and it is almost impossible for them to be truthful on a consistent basis. Can create, and get caught up in, a complex belief about their own powers and abilities. Extremely convincing and even able to pass lie detector tests.
* Lack of Remorse, Shame or Guilt
A deep seated rage, which is split off and repressed, is at their core. Does not see others around them as people, but only as targets and opportunities. Instead of friends, they have victims and accomplices who end up as victims. The end always justifies the means and they let nothing stand in their way.
* Shallow Emotions
When they show what seems to be warmth, joy, love and compassion it is more feigned than experienced and serves an ulterior motive. Outraged by insignificant matters, yet remaining unmoved and cold by what would upset a normal person. Since they are not genuine, neither are their promises.
* Incapacity for Love
* Need for Stimulation
Living on the edge. Verbal outbursts and physical punishments are normal. Promiscuity and gambling are common.
* Callousness/Lack of Empathy
Unable to empathize with the pain of their victims, having only contempt for others’ feelings of distress and readily taking advantage of them.
* Poor Behavioral Controls/Impulsive Nature
Rage and abuse, alternating with small expressions of love and approval produce an addictive cycle for abuser and abused, as well as creating hopelessness in the victim. Believe they are all-powerful, all-knowing, entitled to every wish, no sense of personal boundaries, no concern for their impact on others.
* Early Behavior Problems/Juvenile Delinquency
Usually has a history of behavioral and academic difficulties, yet “gets by” by conning others. Problems in making and keeping friends; aberrant behaviors such as cruelty to people or animals, stealing, etc.
Not concerned about wrecking others’ lives and dreams. Oblivious or indifferent to the devastation they cause. Does not accept blame themselves, but blames others, even for acts they obviously committed.
* Promiscuous Sexual Behavior/Infidelity
Promiscuity, child sexual abuse, rape and sexual acting out of all sorts.
* Lack of Realistic Life Plan/Parasitic Lifestyle
Tends to move around a lot or makes all encompassing promises for the future, poor work ethic but exploits others effectively.
* Criminal or Entrepreneurial Versatility
Changes their image as needed to avoid prosecution. Changes life story readily.
Other Related Qualities:
1. Contemptuous of those who seek to understand them
2. Does not perceive that anything is wrong with them
6. Only rarely in difficulty with the law, but seeks out situations where their tyrannical behavior will be tolerated, condoned, or admired
7. Conventional appearance
8. Goal of enslavement of their victim(s)
9. Exercises despotic control over every aspect of the victim’s life
10. Has an emotional need to justify their crimes and therefore needs their victim’s affirmation (respect, gratitude and love)
11. Ultimate goal is the creation of a willing victim
12. Incapable of real human attachment to another
13. Unable to feel remorse or guilt
14. Extreme narcissism and grandiose
15. May state readily that their goal is to rule the world
(The above traits are based on the psychopathy checklists of H. Cleckley and R. Hare.)
As we continue watching this speeding train get faster, inevitably it will derail. When it does, are we ready?
The following songs were converted to Stereo. The next step is adding 3 dimensional audio, whereby channel to channel crossovers take place. Mr Sandman contains slap echo to aid in the 3rd dimension crossover phase. The slap will trigger the crossover.
The homeless man lay face down, unmoving, on the sidewalk outside an apartment building, blood from knife wounds pooling underneath his body.
One person passed by in the early morning. Then another, and another. Video footage from a surveillance camera shows at least seven people going by, some turning their heads to look, others stopping to gawk. One even lifted the homeless man’s body, exposing what appeared to be blood on the sidewalk underneath him, before walking away.
It wasn’t until after the 31-year-old Guatemalan immigrant had been lying there for nearly an hour that emergency workers arrived, and by then, it was too late. Hugo Alfredo Tale-Yax – who police said was stabbed while intervening to help a woman being attacked – had died.
“I think it’s horrific,” said Marla Cohan, who teaches at P.S. 82, a school across the street from where Tale-Yax died. “I think people are just afraid to step in; they don’t want to get involved; who knows what their reasons are?”
Tale-Yax was walking behind a man and a woman on 144th Street in the Jamaica section of Queens around 6 a.m. April 18 when the couple got into a fight that became physical, according to police, who pieced together what happened from surveillance footage and interviews with area residents.
Tale-Yax was stabbed several times when he intervened to help the woman, NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said. She and the other man fled in different directions, and Tale-Yax pursued the man before collapsing. Authorities are searching for the man and woman.
A 911 call of a woman screaming came in around 6 a.m., but when officers responded to the address that was given, no one was there, police said. Another call came in around 7 a.m., saying a man was lying on the street, but gave the wrong address. Finally, around 7:20 a.m., someone called 911 to report a man had possibly been stabbed at 144th Street and 88th Road.
Police and firefighters arrived a few minutes later to find Tale-Yax dead. Officials say they’re not sure whether the man was still alive when passers-by opted not to help him.
Residents who regularly pass by the same stretch of sidewalk, in a working-class neighborhood of low-rise apartment buildings and fast food restaurants near a busy boulevard, were unnerved by the way Tale-Yax died.
“Is anybody human anymore?” asked Raechelle Groce, visiting her grandmother at a nearby building on Monday. “What’s wrong with humanity?”
In the urban environment, it’s not unusual to see people on the street, sleeping or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
But even assuming the person they’ve just passed is drunk, instead of injured, is no reason not to notify authorities, said Seth Herman, another teacher at the school. He remembered calling an ambulance when seeing a man who appeared to be homeless on the street, with a beer bottle near by.
He called 911, he said, because “I felt it wasn’t my job to figure out if the person was drunk or actually hurt.”
“I just think that’s horrible, whether you’re homeless or not,” she said. “He’s a human being; he needs help.”
Associated Press writer Colleen Long contributed to this report.
By: CHRISTINA HOAG
04/25/10 4:40 PM EDT
LOS ANGELES — Sobs overcome Susanne McGraham-Paisley when she thinks about her mentally ill brother who lived for years on a city sidewalk — John McGraham died when a man doused him with gasoline and set him ablaze.
She believes the murder was spurred by a warped hatred of homeless people, yet she has managed to find forgiveness for Ben Martin, a former barber who has pleaded guilty to the October 2008 killing.
“It’s awful, when I think of my brother burning to death…,” she said amid tears, “… just awful. Ben Martin was sick, mentally sick. He had a thing against homeless people and he took it out on my brother.”
Martin, 31, faces life in prison without parole when he’s sentenced on Wednesday.
McGraham-Paisley and many homeless advocates argue McGraham’s murder should be classified a hate crime, saying these type of attacks show bias just like racially or ethnically motivated crimes and should carry stiffer prison terms.
But as states grapple with budget cuts and turn to releasing nonviolent offenders to reduce prison costs, advocates are seeking innovative ways to protect the homeless.
In California, which ranks second in the nation in homeless crimes, an Assembly bill would give homeless people, or public interest groups on their behalf, the right to seek redress by suing their attackers for civil rights violations.
With prisons already overcrowded, “the appetite for any kind of penalty enhancement is limited,” says Will Shuck, spokesman for Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal, the Long Beach Democrat who authored the bill.
“This is a way around the physical problem that still addresses the issue,” he said.
In Los Angeles County, the sheriff’s department has started tracking crime against the homeless. More law enforcement agencies plan to join the effort while training police officers to be more sensitive to transients.
Outreach teams of formerly homeless youths will go into schools to teach about the causes of homelessness. The homeless have also been included in the county’s anti-prejudice programs.
“It’s important to provide protections any way you can,” said Robin Toma, executive director of the county’s Commission on Human Relations.
Other cities and states including Cleveland, Seattle and Alaska have designated homeless people as a protected class, alongside other vulnerable populations such as the elderly and disabled. This type of classification can make sentences harsher.
Pressure for homeless hate-crime laws, which have been adopted in Maine, Maryland and Washington D.C., has been mounting in recent years as attacks against transients started rising with the popularity of videos called “Bumfights.” Producers ply homeless people with alcohol in return for doing humiliating acts on videotape.
In 2007, the National Coalition for the Homeless reported 160 attacks against homeless people — including 28 fatalities — up from 142 in 2006. The number of attacks dropped in 2008, after major retailers removed the DVDs, but there may now be a similar threat.
A European Internet video game called “Bumrise,” which debuted in the U.S. in February, allows players to assume the role of a homeless character moving up from a cardboard box to a Manhattan penthouse by pickpocketing, collecting cans, fighting and panhandling.
“This all kind of normalizes abuse toward a population that is just so unprotected,” said Neil Donovan, the coalition’s executive director.
Still, many say attacks against the homeless are hard to classify as hate-fuelled violence because the crimes do not involve derogatory symbols or epithets. Others point to homelessness as a transitory state, unlike race, gender or ethnicity.
The key element in homeless crime, they say, is the victim’s weakness.
“They are crimes of opportunity — you do it because it’s easy,” said Mark Potok, spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups. “These crimes are, in effect, a way of making the powerless feel powerful.”
Homeless people say safety is a constant concern. Many buddy up at night or arm themselves with knives or boxcutters. Joe Thomas, a 60-year-old Vietnam veteran who’s been living on the streets of downtown LA for the past year, said he seeks out benches in well lit areas.
“You have people who have a thing about people being homeless,” he said. “We had kids coming down here about three months ago, hitting people in the head with a baseball bat.”
Deanna Weakly said women are particularly vulnerable. She spent the last four years homeless before obtaining a federally sponsored apartment last month.
With far fewer shelter beds for women, security guards often demand sex or food in exchange for a cot, she said, so she spent nights catnapping on buses, then moved into a county hospital lobby. If men made advances, she screamed at the top of her lungs to scare them off.
“I’d be wandering around at 3-4 in the morning with my bags, looking for a place to sleep. I was always kind of ready to give up my life,” the 50-year-old former real estate agent said. “I always had to have my guard up.”
For McGraham-Paisley, her older brother’s death has made her painfully aware of the plight of homeless people and what she says is a woeful lack of compassion for them.
“My brother did not make a choice to be homeless. He was mentally ill. We didn’t abandon him. We tried to get him help. We’d contact agencies and they said they’d go out there, but we’d never hear back,” she said. “That person is a human being. There has to be a solution.”
Birth name Overton Amos Lemons
Born July 5, 1913(1913-07-05)
Origin DeQuincy, Louisiana, U.S.
Died October 7, 1966 (aged 53)
Genres Blues, New Orleans
Occupations musician, songwriter
Instruments vocals, guitar
Years active 1940s-1960s
Yesterday, a storm whipped through Texas-caused by a freak low pressure area that ripped through this hot state spawning a series of long track tornado’s. As the storm tracked through Mississippi, it spawned what would now become an EF-4 with winds believed to be around 180 mph. While the video above did not spawn anything but strong winds, air to ground lightning heavy rain and hail, this very same front spawned at least three tornadoes that ripped through Western Kentucky earlier in the day. This is the same signature that the old timers used to call a “hanging wall” which today is called a roll. Some Tornadoes are spawned horizontally, before they go vertical. If this had been an actual tornado, the leading edge would roll downward then back up-into itself.
by Chris Grygiel at April 23, 2010 1:30 p.m on blog.seattlepi.com
As promised, Mayor Mike McGinn on Friday vetoed an ordinance the City Council passed this week that allows police to cite aggressive beggars.
“This aggressive panhandling law was not the right solution,” McGinn said at a ceremony attended by more than 100 people. “It was divisive … this is a compassionate city.”
Joining McGinn at the ceremony were Councilmembers Nick Licata and Bruce Harrell, who both opposed the bill.
“This was a bad law,” Harrell said.
A divided City Council on Monday OK’d one of the most controversial proposals to come before it in years, voting five to four to approve the aggressive panhandling bill. Since it takes six votes to override McGinn’s veto, the panhandling ordinance would appear to be dead.
The Downtown Seattle Association said it would continue to lobby councilmembers to try to get enough votes to negate McGinn’s objection. According to the city charter, the City Council must reconsider and vote on the ordinance not less than five days and not more than 30 days after the veto.
The measure from Councilman Tim Burgess was supported by the downtown business community, which says unruly street people make shoppers and residents feel unsafe.
Burgess issued the following statement today in response to the Mayor’s veto of the Aggressive Solicitation ordinance (C.B. 116807):
“While I am disappointed by the mayor’s decision to veto this legislation, I respect the prerogative of his position. I look forward to working with him and my colleagues on the council to continue to find solutions to the crime and street disorder taking place in our city…” Burgess said in a statement.
“I thank those in the community who have thoughtfully contributed a wide range of perspectives to this debate. Street disorder will not go away on its own; we cannot be satisfied with the status quo.”
The panhandling law was opposed by the local ACLU, NAACP, prominent Democratic politicians and all of the Democratic precinct organizations in Seattle. They said the behavior being targeted is already illegal and the bill blames the poor for Seattle’s economic woes.
Voting for C.B. 116807 were Burgess and Council members Richard Conlin, Sally Bagshaw, Sally Clark and Jean Godden. Voting against it were Councilmembers Licata, Tom Rasmussen, Harrell and Mike O’Brien. The key vote came from O’Brien, who had opposed the idea while campaigning for office last year. On Friday he said he would vote for the bill, but on Monday switched back and said ‘no.’
The measure said people can’t block someone, use threatening or aggressive gestures or profane language, solicit someone using an ATM or repeatedly solicit someone who has already said ‘no.’ Violators could be fined $50.
Burgess’ aggressive panhandling measure is part of a broader effort by him to revamp the city’s approach to law enforcement and human services. Burgess and supporters of the panhandling bill said they will push to ensure there are more foot patrol officers on the streets and that more money is dedicated to help the chronically homeless and other needy people.
Recently, Washington Senator’s Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell spoke behind monitors at numerous functions in Seattle after being threatened by supposed ‘tea-party’ members believed to be pissed off Democrats posing as Independents.
Even more recently, both Senators claimed they now have housing for vets. Now in my mind, there’s something wrong with that.
Here’s what we know:
There are approximately 6,917 veterans known to be homeless in Washington State.
There are approximately 744 known to be homeless in Seattle.
There are approximately 33 released to the streets each month from all branches of service-just in Washington State alone.
There are only 56 veterans registered in Seattle Shelters.
Seattle’s Homeless Veteran program sells approximately 3/4 of it’s clothing for veterans to illegal aliens (based on numerous reports from street vets in Seattle.) while constantly denying homeless vets clothing. At the street level-there is no homeless outreach plan for those whom served in Vietnam to the present.
Imagine that. Both Senators are up for re-election soon, and really haven’t done a thing for the homeless vets since the gulf war started.
We recently added both Senators to the Flea-Flicker Video for their involvement in the affairs of one of the most corrupted Veterans Program in America.
Every couple of years, Rattlesnakes are rounded up by former U.S. Army Rangers in Montana. This serves as selection for the Homeless Underground. It is a test of fear, sheer nerves and camaraderie. It is also a tradition amongst old school Special Forces. Thirty formers came to the event, which happens on the 19th of April or after first molt- a molting just after the winter hibernation.
69 snakes were rounded up the first day-the holder of the highest caught-was Doc. The second was Ranger 16 and the third was Ranger 3. Following the three day event, Rangers would rent access to a public park in Kalispell, and test their skill at eating the smelly buggars!
The first night, a tent encampment was set up, the bonfire story telling time, wives would group together then watched the men tell their stories of the good old days. Eleven other “Davids” brought cases of beer from Seattle, which added more to a hilarious episode of friends fun and laughter to cap it all off.
30 came-30 left with a renewed understanding and respect-that exists only amongst Rangers.
Our friend Tim is back on the bandwagon again. Campaigning for disaster. Sadly, Tim, will not give up on this panhandling ordinance. Despite reassurance that the panhandling ordinance is not a criminal attempt (which we know that to be a lie…), the real issue would affect those homeless that cannot work. Tim seeks more affidavit support from public and has become obsessed with the panhandlers issue.
I’m on it. Perhaps there is some truth to the rumors we’re hearing. Promises of ‘aftercare’ and fat donations for running for Mayor after McGinn.
We just have to wait for those private discussions with the real people who have pulled his strings. A nationwide crew change is now taking place within NAU. New faces are now in Seattle, the old faces will soon replace others in cities across America. While this next team has seen action in New York, City, they are far more professional actors and actresses than Hollywood could ever screen. These folks do it for real. They believe that their cover is the truth. Twelve graduates of Juilliard’s hoping to make it in Hollywood will now go onto the real stage. Additionally, four criminologists will be added to the two that we have in Seattle. After some training from the Rangers, Yuri and the SPC (Mother) they will be in the field soon.
“What if we could have less crime and, at the same time, less punishment?
Has our nation’s focus on severity of punishment helped? Some argue that crime has fallen precisely because of our mass incarceration practices. But despite pretty dramatic reductions in crime since the mid-1990s, our rate of reported crimes is still 2.5 times higher than the mid-1960s. And we are beginning to see an uptick in crime rates again, even while we continue mass incarceration.
One of the country’s leading policing and criminal justice reform advocates will be in Seattle this week for a series of meetings and public appearances. I’d like to invite you to this free event tomorrow night:
Town Hall (8th Avenue and Seneca Street) Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 7:30 p.m.
Presentation by Mark Kleiman, Professor of Public Policy at UCLA
The presentation will be followed by a panel response from: Secretary Eldon Vail, Washington State Department of Corrections Chief Criminal Deputy Mark Larson, King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Alison Holcomb, ACLU of Washington Judge Wesley Saint Clair, King County Superior Court
In addition, the City Council’s Public Safety and Education Committee will host a dialog with Professor Kleiman on Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. in Council Chambers. The public is welcome to attend this event as well.
As a society, we cannot be complacent about the fact that the United States is now the world’s largest jailer on a per capita basis; we practice mass incarceration at the rate of about 700 per 100,000 population. More than two million Americans are in prison at any given time.
I hope to see you at one of these events.”
The BBBIIIGGG question that remains…How far will he take it up the arse from the Mob- if he fails? Hmm. Makes you wonder.
The selection of an appropriate key length depends on the practical feasibility of performing a brute force attack. By obfuscating the data to be encoded, brute force attacks are made less effective as it is more difficult to determine when one has succeeded in breaking the code.
The code that the Brute Force attacks is called MD-5. Recently, our friend Yuri, a graduate of computer science in Moscow University reverse engineered the the MD-5 simulator, a generator that creates 956 bit encyption for VOIP. MD-5 conceivably creates strings so that most computers recognize it. These strings are usually small 24 -to 256 characters. The Rapter creates gigabyte and terabyte length encryption that would take years even decades to decode.
Our experiment involved encrypting numerical data generated by scans of Gray’s Anatomy at resolution of 3000 x 4000 pixels per inch then encrypted it which took three hours, but it was delivered to a specific IP address at: 188.8.131.52,whom we know to be Chinese intelligence trying to decrypt VOIP conversations world wide.
This caused flooding from several IP addresses within the APNIC region. The reaction type and frequency suggested that the system shut down. We confirmed this by simply pinging the IP and got no response.
Rapter has become the new tool for confusing the enemy. Our tests also included our own servers, which not only shut down our $30,000 reactive firewalls, but shut down the terabit server in Germany.
Bill Clinton, former president of the United States gets the Homeless Underground’s stamp of approval when he met with several HU members in Homestead, Florida. After receiving the call from our Miami office earlier today, I took back all the jokes I made about the former president involved in the Monica Lewinski scandal. He really is a stand up guy.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Former President Bill Clinton, former Miami Heat star Alonzo Mourning and members of the Miami Dolphins are promoting outreach to the homeless in Florida.
Clinton paid a visit Sunday to the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust’s complex in Homestead, which houses about 500 people who had been homeless. Appearing with him were Dolphins wide receiver Greg Camarillo and running back Patrick Cobbs, as well as former Miami Heat star Alonzo Mourning and Oakland Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha (NAHM’-dee AH’-som-wah).
The former president painted his signature on a tile to be affixed to the front of a yet-to-be constructed farmer’s market at the complex. He was in South Florida for a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative at the University of Miami.