Moonbat to walk from England to India without touching money to prove that people are good and money is evil… or something like that.

guy walking to indiaA man has started a two-and-a-half year walk from Bristol to India without any money – to show his faith in humanity.

Equipped with only a few T-shirts, a bandage and spare sandals, [And trailed by the BBC Crew who will be filming him] former dotcom businessman Mark Boyle is set to cross Europe and the Middle East.

On his 9,000-mile trek to Gandhi’s birthplace, he will have to pick his way through war-ravaged Afghanistan.

Mr Boyle, 28, said: “I will be offering my skills to people. If I get food in return, it’s a bonus” [And with that BBC film crew watching on recording how they treat you, might people possibly be more inclined to help you, Moonbat?]

He says he is part of the freeconomy movement – a group which began in the US and aims to bring about a moneyless society. [I don’t see any problems with that idea, do you?]

He said: “My interest started five or six years ago when I was studying economics.

“The more we accumulate wealth, the more it leads to a breakdown of community.” [Yes, in the Good Old Days before money, there was so much equality, peace and happiness, right Moonbat?]

Mr Boyle aims to walk between 15 and 45 miles a day, with the goal of getting to Porbandar on India’s west coast.

He plans not to touch any money and is taking no credit cards or travellers’ cheques. [He is Too Pure to touch money, but evidently you aren’t]

Travelling light, his rucksack contains just t-shirts, sandals, sunscreen, a knife and a bandage.

“We need to get back to a more communal way of living,” he said.

“My mum and dad always speak about a time in Ireland when people came together and took in the harvest together, and no money changed hands.” [Yes, Moonbat, those people taking in the harvest together were most likely penniless Serfs who were basically owned by the folks who had accumulated wealth in the form of land, but I’m sure they wouldn’t have had it any other way…]

Asked about how he would manage without money, Mr Boyle said: “I’ve got a lot of faith in humanity.” [And faith in the fact that with enough publicity, and the fact that he will be a one-off Novelty Bum, people probably will help him. But in the completely cashless society you’re looking for, how do you think this same kind of stunt would work out?]

Although he will walk nearly all the way, Mr Boyle has even hatched a plan for when he is forced to cross water – he will explain his mission to ferry staff. [That’s how a Cashless Economy works, I guess – just ask and it shall be given unto you]

He added: “If that doesn’t work, I will simply try again and again.

“If I’ve got to spend two and a half years to show one person the conviction of what I’m doing, then it’s two and a half years well spent.”

Mr Boyle plans to give anyone he meets a password, which they can use to enter his website and upload details of his journey. [Interesting to see how the Internet’s going to work in a Cashless Economy]

Inside Out West will be following the walk in its new series on BBC One from 22 February.


Oh man, this man and this idea of returning to a Utopian “cashless economy” [whilst being the star of a BBC Documentary] are just so many different kinds of stupid… I give up! The only way this would even have mildly interesting and authentic in my books is if he had gone ahead and done it without all the self-promotion, and then published a journal of it after he had succeeded.

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Home to the Tactical Neutron F-Bomb…


Designed to effect maximal casualties with minimal kinetic energy.

Hey, a little silliness is healthy once in a while.

That is all.

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Romney is Wrong for Republicans

I enjoy being a small-l libertarian-tard exactly because I can see the faults in the logic of both the left and the right. It is common knowledge that the NRO-nicks have endorsed Romney, and Hugh Hewett, another of that elite group of lawyers whose guts I do not hate, even wrote a book called, A Mormon in the White House? Hell, Hugh even recently – though not single-handedly – created a phenomenon called McCain Derangement Syndrome in an interview, which I am not able to relocate.

Regular readers know that I have read the Book of Mormon cover-to-cover and pronounced it utter balderdash, and that anyone would fall for such an obvious fabrication puts any and all of that group under my suspicion, but that’s not the main point here. Sure, magic underwear is silly, but not nearly as silly as some on the right have recently become.

Personally, I think both Romney and McCain are tools… and that’s exactly the point I want to make. Romney is a precision instrument, and McCain is a blunt object. At this point in American – and world – history, we don’t need an over-thinking precision calculator in the White House, we need a president who will inflict mass quantities of blunt-force trauma on our enemies.

The right-tards like the NRO crowd and Hugh need to wake the fuck up: “McCain is not a conservative and Romney is, yadda, yadda, yadda; blah, blah, blah.” Who the fuck cares?! McCain is farther from my ultra-idealistic political philosophy than Romney is, but you can bet your sweet ass that if America is attacked again, he will immediately respond with overwhelming deadly force. Romney? I fear he would think about what to do too long, and the moment would be lost.

McCain was a military pilot, so in the spirit of full disclosure I ought to mention that my father was also a military pilot: WW II, Korea, and Viet Nam. But this is a plus, as far as I am concerned, in my ability to decipher McCain, because I grew up absolutely surrounded by these “flyboys.” Among military pilots are found some of the bravest, most fearless, and patriotic of Americans. Lawyers and businessmen? mmmmmmNot so much (Though businessmen are light-years beyond lawyers in these categories).

America needs a military hero in the White House right now, and McCain has proved himself in real, god-awful war: As a pilot, and as a long-term POW who was a leader and inspiration to his fellow captives.

McCain is a genuine, fucking, American hero!

Though Republi-tards view his ability to partner with the left in the Senate as betrayal – and I think McCain has stunk up the place a few times myself – he’s a successful politician, with all the ruthlessness that entails. Ruthlessness should trump business sense and political philosophy right now, in any thinking American’s mind. Presidents can’t radically change domestic policy as much as some of the Chicken Little types on the right say anyway.

I don’t hate Romney, but he’s a pantywaist who zips his pants up the side next to McCain.

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Mentally Disabled Female Suicide Bombers Blow Up Pet Markets in Baghdad, Killing Dozens

BAGHDAD —  Remote-controlled explosives strapped to two mentally retarded women detonated in a coordinated attack on Baghdad pet bazaars Friday, Iraqi officials said, killing at least 73 people in the deadliest day since the U.S. sent 30,000 extra troops to the capital last spring.

Read the rest at….Fox News

The only words that could even come close to describing this enemy are…Despicable excuses of human beings.

The sooner someone with BALLS, obliterates as many of these ‘people’ as possible…The better.

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Ummm, the reason I’ve posted as quickly as I have….IS


Weather Report for this area indicates…..”Warmer and Breezy

Breezy my ass….It’s WINDY! This is last time it was this “Breezy“, here.

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Senator DeMint: De-Fund Berkeley

As an update to my post of yesterday in which I pointed out that the shitty city of Sherkley Berkeley had voted to close down the United States Marine Corps Recruiting Station there, Republican Senator DeMint has now called to pull the plug on Berkeley’s Federal funding.

This calls for at least the first three letters of the Brooklyn Alphabet: Fucking-A, Fucking-B, Fucking-C! Why, indeed, should US taxpayers fund those carpet-munchers and popsicle-boys who don’t understand that the armed forces protect their freedom to be carpet-munchers and popsicle-boys?

They are so stupid, they can’t even memorize the BART routes.


Marines, by contrast, know exactly what life is all about.


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‘Surprisingly Liberal’: New Ad Spot Compares McCain’s Record to Hillary’s

One candidate voted against the Bush tax cuts — both times. And pushed more restrictions on gun owners’ rights. The same candidate joined Ted Kennedy to sponsor amnesty for illegals. And was even mentioned as a running mate for John Kerry.”

Breitbart TV

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Republican Discontent: Conservatives Dislike McCain, Mistrust Romney

Either Romney or McCain will almost certainly be the Republican nominee despite an early challenge by former Gov. Mike Huckabee of Arkansas. But across the nation, conservatives are simply not satisfied.

The lunchtime crowd at Gabriel’s Desserts in Cobb County, Ga., lacked an appetite for either candidate.

I’m not happy with anyone in the field,” said Toby Toler, who identified himself as a Republican voter.

There was a similar lack of hunger at the Avalon Diner in Houston.

I haven’t seen a leader in the entire Republican group,” said Andy Abercrombie.

With dislike of McCain and distrust of Romney, some say only one candidate could unify and energize conservative voters: Hillary Clinton.

Every time the Republican candidate has not had the enthusiastic support from the base of the Republican party they lose, no matter who the opponent is,” said Richard Viguerie, a conservative activist and author.

Here’s a kick in the ass……McCain’s 96-year-old mother, Roberta, said the Republican base will ultimately accept her son, the front-runner.

“I think holding their nose they’re going to have to take him,” she told C-SPAN recently.

Well shit MOM, thanks.

ABC News Page 2 of article

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Will Yahoo Bid Put AOL in Play?

With its potential to redraw the battle lines in the struggle for Internet domination, Microsoft’s $44.6 billion bid for Yahoo may end up putting other companies in play. High on the list of potential targets is AOL, which is the middle of a turnaround effort by its parent company, Time Warner.

AOL has long been the subject of takeover speculation, but that chatter is bound to become deafening with Friday’s move by Microsoft.

Shares of Time Warner were up as much as 7 percent in premarket trading, suggesting that investors may see AOL a much more enticing prize now.


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CALIFORNIA – Powder scare shuts Scientology centers in Tustin, Newport….

These anthrax hoaxes constitute terrorism. They are very likely perpetrated by a new organization that refers to itself as “Anonymous” that was created specifically to cause trouble for the Church of Scientology. 

 This group has issued threatening statements on the internet, most notably via YouTube but in other forums as well. This is no different than Islamic Extremists who seek to destroy believers of any other religion.

“A series of letters containing a white, powdery substance were received Wednesday by at least nine Church of Scientology-affiliated buildings across Southern California, including buildings in Tustin and Newport Beach”

“The FBI is investigating the synchronized threats, which were delivered by the U.S. Postal Service to at least nine locations across Southern California. Envelopes containing the white, powdery substance were discovered in five locations in Los Angeles, including Hollywood, the San Fernando Valley and northeast Los Angeles.

Envelopes were also sent to Church of Scientology properties in Glendale and Santa Monica, in addition to the ones in Tustin and Newport Beach”

Global Incident.Com

Tom Cruise!!

You must stop making those God Damn smarmy, ‘we know every damn thing, because we are the elite. Well right under Islam, that is. I mean afterall, I wouldn’t look as pretty, with my head chopped off’.

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Microsoft wants to purchase Yahoo

The offer, contained in a letter to Yahoo’s board, is 62% above Yahoo’s closing share price on Thursday.Yahoo cut its revenue forecasts earlier this week and said it would have to spend an additional $300m this year trying to revive the company.It has been struggling in recent years to compete with Google, which has also been a competitor to Microsoft. 

Microsoft and Yahoo logos

Microsoft and Yahoo are both struggling to compete with Google

Microsoft has offered to buy the search engine company Yahoo for $44.6bn (£22.4bn) in cash and shares.


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