Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Watching the movie, "limitless", really has motivated both my wife and me to get back on the meds to help us both focus!..
.."story of Eddie Morra, a down-and-out writer who takes a miracle drug which allows him to reach his true potential. Eddie quickly rises into the world of the rich and famous, but he captures the attention of a shadowy group that will stop at nothing to keep this secret to success under wraps. "(i will get into more detail about the similarities between the main character and me..cept he actually had a book contract... I was him sans the hair living in a very sad looking home in and out filled with junk from the last few decades, almost as if it could be a scene in modern Dickens novel..she rolls her eyes, but listen in my dream this morning the female teacher told me I wrote like Voltaire of all people...i digress as a normal add just a little bit cannabized...having discovered some hidden left as a present for later in life )

The other day, one of my attorneys said to me as only a good friend could say to another friend without fear of reprisal, when I failed to notice the attachment he wrote when I was reading my email very early in the morning with a foggy mind... I told him that I didn't notice it...
 " as usual u have ur head up ur ass"  ... (unfortunately, it's mostly true as my friends and intimate enemies probably know)..
countless exgfs thought this and it appears to frustrate my wife to no ends..
 of course my mother wondered and worried about me...long before the  lack of attention disorder had a label...

I've long realized for  a decade how well the meds worked for my survival in jobs and challenges in my life that just had to be done.:
ie. - transporting my family to Oz without losing the passports!,
-overcoming the challenges of a home burned down mysteriously an hour after I left the country, and taking care of business despite the constant challenges from the malicious side of human nature...and learning more and more that which doesn't kill you often makes you stronger , sometimes even more resillient...
-becoming a father and evolving everyday into the father that I want to become and see..
(more examples to be included in later rewrites)

  So less  than 1/4  of a pill,  the normal dosage, is enough for me to get stuff that really needs to be done when they are my family survival's highest priorities..
 it's amazing how the threatening  things like making a call to the IRS
 or even how challenging it is sometimes to "get off my ass and just get away from the tube"
just to make some important phone calls...
 I just want to prograsstinate..
so after taking it, I'm realizing that I'm doing things that I would normally put off.. "ahh, can't be bothered..what's the point?"

some "americans seem to get better when the chips are down" Brian Williams says on the 5:30 NBC nightly news....
hey wassup, dude?
Father and son Mermaid Beach surf swim team!

( I'm 100% Aussie blooded though and my favorite son is a native fair dinkum Aussie)
So these last few years after our son was born, have been the most challenging yet rewarding of my life! Knowing that I have to get things done, I saw how I could do it and did it! Winning those surf swim races!
For the last couple of months I've amazed myself (maybe not to others where organization is a normal thing in their lives) about getting shit done when it had to be done....
good invaluable friends have helped me more than they might realize and even prayers from a hopeful agnostic(me)...
Now my family will soon have our place away from the negativity
So can I kill people when I join the army, Jesus?
and temporarily have our favorite place again near our favorite pool where I will teach my son to swim before his 3rd birthday!
and my son won't have to end up going to a fundamentalist church each week!

now it's the next day after a good sleep and good dreams... helps to have a healthy perspective for the day.. and so now before I'm off back to the Okie Zone on my quest to finally escape the okie zone ...
or know that this tremendous financial burden will be temporarily taken care  of...
and then visits to the accountant who offers service for the poor ( i know u think would be safer to say in the lower 5% of annual income for a family)
 to help me with the last 2 years of tax returns, of course one of those years was when my house mysteriously burned down by an alleged errant squirrel.. so with these financial issues, I should be able to justify not owing much in taxes... and especially since I dont agree that a third of my money is going for wars that the american people never had a chance to discuss and say...
"Hey wait a minute..let's think about this debacle and who the real potential winners will be.."
so i've taken a whole guarana as a natural alternative for the adderall.. then i read this when doing a search for adderall side effects..
"“When we repeatedly use a drug to help us deal with high-pressure situations, we are training ourselves to not be able to deal with those situations sober.”   
I disagree with this in part, when a person uses it in moderation and when the med helps change his life and perhaps escape the drudgery that their life would be without it... mired in a messy living room without the energy to get out of your house on a hot

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

"the hurricanes are part of God's wrath!"
Michele Bachman-
this crazy lady could possibly be the president of the United States!
This is the lunacy from the right wing christian fringe of the Republican Party!
It is scary what could become of the US when this lunatic fringe of christianity takes over our country again!

Sunday, August 28, 2011

I saw the movie, Limitless ... it reminds me so much about the affects of adderall
and how a bloke with ADD can get his act  together when he takes his meds!

Friday, August 26, 2011

I miss Oz so much!   I can't wait for our family to be swimming with the dolphins and hopefully  escape the sociopaths!

Man's best friend!

Jon Tumilson, a Navy SEAL, was one of 30 Americans killed in Afghanistan on Aug. 6 when a rocket-propelled grenade took out a U.S. Chinook helicopter. He was mourned at a service in Rockford, Iowa, attended by 1,500 family members, friends--and Hawkeye, Tumilson's dog.

The Labrador retriever was such an important part of Tumilson's life that the friends and family of the San Diego resident called the dog his "son."

The Labrador retriever was such an important part of Tumilson's life that the friends and family of the San Diego resident called the dog his "son."
When Tumilson's friend Scott Nichols walked to the front of the room to speak, Hawkeye followed, reports. "As Nichols prepared to memorialize his friend, Hawkeye dutifully laid down near the casket," Scott Stump writes.

The photo on the right was taken by Tumilson's cousin, Lisa Pembleton, and posted on Facebook. Pembleton wrote on her Facebook page, "To say that he was an amazing man doesn't do him justice. The loss of Jon to his family, military family, and friends is immeasurable."

such a good man, such a good dog.
 what a senseless war...

I believe that dogs bring out the best in us... My Buffy helped me out of the dumps and believe it or not entertain the idea of becoming a father. Now I have a beautiful son and since we go to Oz every year my good friends have adopted her. She just gives unconditional love everyday to such a dear family!

I'm not too impressed with this show, Papa!

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

wow... I momentarily have access to the net at my Okie homa!....
that tops off a good day here in the Okiezone...
nice getting my home in tip top shape after the disastrous

way it was left by the previous tenants.
i hope that it's understandable that I have just a little bit of anger towards

human nature when I especially want to trust folks...

Tuesday, August 23, 2011


Listen, George, if you listen to me we'll get our money back with cheap oil!
When will Americans finally say "Fuck you" to the Saurons and Republicons who are systematically destroying the world as we currently know it..
they have their Saruman(wizard of the dark side) in the shape of the porker Karl Rove, sounding now like a veritable voice of reason for the party...
 which is being led Right over the cliffs with the leaders of the tea flake party!
He is seeing the party go down the toilet, because he knows most sane americans won't vote  for the lunatics on the fringe!

Karl, so you think I should sign this declaration of war?
I was chatting with my very good friend, Charles, over the possible future/fate of our country and how scary it could possibly become within the next few years!...
what if Bush and the Neocon party were really behind the  "implosions" of the twin towers, when the explosions went off inside the buildings as they fell as perfectly straight down  as thelarge hotels that were imploded on purpose in Vegas!
They have been succesful in their strategy
 since Reagan and Bush senior took over the White House...
The future is not set in stone or tea doesn't look good, but I am more motivated than ever before as if some unseen force is telling me that we have to warn as many people about our potential for our country becoming a 3rd world country or banana republic where we are fighting for minimum wage jobs at MCDs or WALMART,,,...if we are not careful , we will be owned by the very wealthy when they buy the govt and everything connected with the corparate interests..
our country was almost put into default by this machine that won't be happy until democracy is totally gone ... and we have a one party system, filtered interet , no middle class and the poor always in debt paying off doctor bills or to walmart...

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Did Karl create a monster?

".....There is a good measure of defensiveness in the Bush crowd's dismissal of Perry. It is though they are staring into a cracked mirror and seeing the flaws of their favorite son, George W. Bush.

Who's the bigger monster?
"The first irony is that the man Rove made president -- George W. Bush -- was accused of a similar reliance on simple sound bite thinking. Though Bush was better read and more thoughtful than outsiders gave him credit for -- and his grades at Yale were much better than Perry's at Texas A&M -- Bush was famously and fatally incurious about the fine points of policymaking.
Bush also was accused of relying on cornpone Texas-isms, though he sometimes expressed them imperfectly given his education at Andover, Yale and Harvard. Perry is pure Paint Creek.

And they saw Bush as a man willing to do bipartisan deals with Democrats -- unlike Perry. In fact, however, the Bush record of bipartisanship, in Austin and in Washington, was not as robust as advertised.

But the biggest irony is that Rove, a brilliant strategist and tactician, built the modern GOP that Perry inherited. Rove did it in three ways.

One, by perfecting and relying on direct-mail campaigning. Rove, whose roots were in organizing for College Republicans, established a direct-mail company in Texas in the early 1980s, and quickly set about making that his route to power -- and his method for getting candidates elected.

Direct mail puts a premium on the pungently and aggressively-worded message aimed at discrete audiences -- in Rove's case, the bedrock of conservatives in the state of Texas. It was and remains too expensive to reach them all through television advertising. Now email is a preferred method; direct mail was the email of the day.

The result was a kind of politics that appeals directly and vehemently to a motivated base. It was something that Bush could do moderately well; it is something that Perry was born to do.

Rove also built the party by attacking trial lawyers and turning elections of judges into spirited, punch-and-counterpunch campaigns. It's only a short step from attacking the legal and judicial establishment to a more populist attack on the bona fides of government itself.
What wars will this man start?

And Rove helped ensure that Texas congressional districts were redrawn in a way that made partisan victories for both sides a sure thing -- thus putting a premium on GOP candidates who spoke to the base, as Perry does arguably better than Bush ever could.

At first, Rove and company viewed Perry as little more than an overly ambitious annoyance. The Bush team was not pleased when Perry won the lieutenant governorship in 1998 after the death of Bush's friend, Democratic Lt. Gov. Bob Bullock.

Some other early Perry mentors (and former Rove clients) still support him, among them former Sen. Phil Gramm of Texas. But it isn't clear how enthusiastic Gramm will ultimately be, since he has said that his dream candidate in 2012 wasn't Perry, but rather Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin."

And yet Perry has some things Bush never had: a truly modest upbringing in Texas; lots of flight time as a real pilot in the Air Force (compared with Bush's meager National Guard service) and an ability to charm voters on TV and on the stump in an almost alarmingly intimate way.

The whole story seems to prove one point above all: that the GOP has moved so far to the right and is so angry at Washington and at public life, that Karl Rove is a soothing force.

And the story begs a question: when will George W. Bush have something to say?

yep, u r right,LA!  You have been my conscience...  I am a male and I suppose wondering if I still have it is intolerable as far as a woman is concerned...
I'm writing in my blog where I have access and today I visited old friends at an old haunt...and it was wonderful to see them..
several years ago, the couple had encouraged me to stand up to a young bully at Mike's pub  who continued to keep deliberately bumping into my chair when I was sitting down at a table with them
the bad part of the male is  or female is acting upon our impulses..
because of getting attacked by a young bully  (just out of Juvy) several years for no reason other than to pick a fight, I was kicked out of Mike's Pub and grill (it was one of those night when they had a free keg ) was good to see them and helped me face the trauma of the past...
but after seeing them I felt lonely a few hundered miles from my family..
the tough part about being lonely is how vulnerable you can be to tempations.
So tonight I'll go to bed in my Okie home in a sleeping bag and roll up matress, at least knowing that I'm getting my place ready.. and it's good to know that I'm at least taking care of business...
slowly but surely...
my words are my strength and my weakness and I suppose I give out a little too much info on some of these essays...

Friday, August 19, 2011

somebody did a search for "Michelle Bachman bug eyes"...
reminds me of an ex gf with bug eyes....
basicly  don't trust a bloke or blokess with buge  eyes!

I reckon if you have difficulty deciding which eye is their dominant eye and are confused everytime you look at them, then you shouldn't vote for them...

this lady is even more of a liar than Palin , and you look at her eyes and you see crazy...
one fingernail away from the button and nucular armageddon and raptures!

 Fox News says that liberals are scared of this woman!! duh....
ummm... so Bush started 2 wars...and used the word "crusades"

How many wars will this lady start in the name of Christianity??

God told me to do it!
(how can u beat that?)

Thursday, August 18, 2011

ahh, the life of a child playing in summer!

What me worry?

Why do relationships have to be so tough?

I'm actually praying that we will finally fly away from this right wing religious thinking that permeates the southern United States...
where my son could end up doctrinated into
the close minded southern version of Christian thinking

which some say is the reason for the downfall of the American empire...

(before Bush, who claimed to be a christian telling everyone Jesus being his favorite philosopher, took office, most of the world liked us and our credibility was high.. now we are hated by some many lands and third world countries have better health care than us..I always thought Jesus was peaceful, but it appears that most war mongering political candidates claim to be Christian.)
wow... LA... I did not think that I was involved with hero worship..I apreciate your wonderful hospitality during trying times... Your family is wonderful and I felt only good vibes...
all I'm trying to do is finally get my house fixed up since the sqatter cut every corner...
my friends were up on the hot roof all morning and into the hot afternoon...
I am so greatful for all of your          wonderful help!

Monday, August 15, 2011

"I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires."

Susan B Anthony warned us about these politicians who claim that God told them what to do. It started with Bush and look at the shape our country is in now!
God told me I could be president!
"Rick Perry continued to voice skepticism about evolution during a campaign stop in South Carolina Friday, telling a supporter "God is how we got here."

On Thursday, in New Hampshire, Perry told a woman and her son that he regarded evolution as "a theory that's out there" and one that's "got some gaps in it.”

When a woman in South Carolina congratulated him for his remarks Friday, Perry replied “Well, God is how we got here. God may have done it in the blink of the eye or he may have done it over this long period of time, I don't know. But I know how it got started."

This is really the platform of the newly evolved neoconservative policy and the policies of the Bush family will continue to serve the powerful elite.
Rick Perry has many ideas about how to change the American government's founding document. From ending lifetime tenure for federal judges to completely scrapping two whole amendments, the Constitution would see a major overhaul if the Texas governor and Republican presidential candidate had his druthers.

Perry laid out these proposed innovations to the founding document in his book, Fed Up! Our Fight to Save America from Washington. He has occasionally mentioned them on the campaign trail. Several of his ideas fall within the realm of mainstream conservative thinking today, but, as you will see, there are also a few surprises.

1. Abolish lifetime tenure for federal judges by amending Article III, Section I of the Constitution.

The nation's framers established a federal court system whereby judges with "good behavior" would be secure in their job for life. Perry believes that provision is ready for an overhaul.

"The Judges," reads Article III, "both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behavior, and shall, at stated Times, receive for their Services a Compensation which shall not be diminished during their Continuance in Office."

Perry makes it no secret that he believes the judges on the bench over the past century have acted beyond their constitutional bounds. The problem, Perry reasons, is that members of the judiciary are "unaccountable" to the people, and their lifetime tenure gives them free license to act however they want. In his book, the governor speaks highly of plans to limit their tenure and offers proposals about how to accomplish it.

"'[W]e should take steps to restrict the unlimited power of the courts to rule over us with no accountability," he writes in Fed Up! "There are a number of ideas about how to do this . . . . One such reform would be to institute term limits on what are now lifetime appointments for federal judges, particularly those on the Supreme Court or the circuit courts, which have so much power. One proposal, for example, would have judges roll off every two years based on seniority."

2. Congress should have the power to override Supreme Court decisions with a two-thirds vote.

Ending lifetime tenure for federal justices isn't the only way Perry has proposed suppressing the power of the courts. His book excoriates at length what he sees as overreach from the judicial branch. (The title of Chapter Six is "Nine Unelected Judges Tell Us How to Live.")

Giving Congress the ability to veto their decisions would be another way to take the Court down a notch, Perry says.
"[A]llow Congress to override the Supreme Court with a two-thirds vote in both the House and Senate, which risks increased politicization of judicial decisions, but also has the benefit of letting the people stop the Court from unilaterally deciding policy," he writes.

3. Scrap the federal income tax by repealing the Sixteenth Amendment.

The Sixteenth Amendment gives Congress the "power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration." It should be abolished immediately, Perry says.

Calling the Sixteenth Amendment "the great milestone on the road to serfdom," Perry's writes that it provides a virtually blank check to the federal government to use for projects with little or no consultation from the states.

4. End the direct election of senators by repealing the Seventeenth Amendment.  9   AND WE WILL NO LONGER BE A DEMOCRACY! )

Overturning this amendment would restore the original language of the Constitution, which gave state legislators the power to appoint the members of the Senate.

Ratified during the Progressive Era in 1913 , the same year as the Sixteenth Amendment, the Seventeenth Amendment gives citizens the ability to elect senators on their own. Perry writes that supporters of the amendment at the time were "mistakenly" propelled by "a fit of populist rage."

"The American people mistakenly empowered the federal government during a fit of populist rage in the early twentieth century by giving it an unlimited source of income (the Sixteenth Amendment) and by changing the way senators are elected (the Seventeenth Amendment)," he writes.

5. Require the federal government to balance its budget every year.

Of all his proposed ideas, Perry calls this one "the most important," and of all the plans, a balanced budget amendment likely has the best chance of passage.

"The most important thing we could do is amend the Constitution--now--to restrict federal spending," Perry writes in his book. "There are generally thought to be two options: the traditional 'balanced budget amendment' or a straightforward 'spending limit amendment,' either of which would be a significant improvement. I prefer the latter . . . . Let's use the people's document--the Constitution--to put an actual spending limit in place to control the beast in Washington."

A campaign to pass a balanced budget amendment through Congress fell short by just one vote in the Senate in the 1990s.

Last year, House Republicans proposed a spending-limit amendment that would limit federal spending to 20 percent of the economy. According to the amendment's language, the restriction could be overridden by a two-thirds vote in both Houses of Congress or by a declaration of war.

6. The federal Constitution should define marriage as between one man and one woman in all 50 states.

Despite saying last month that he was "fine with" states like New York allowing gay marriage, Perry has now said he supports a constitutional amendment that would permanently ban gay marriage throughout the country and overturn any state laws that define marriage beyond a relationship between one man and one woman.

"I do respect a state's right to have a different opinion and take a different tack if you will, California did that," Perry told the Christian Broadcasting Network in August. "I respect that right, but our founding fathers also said, 'Listen, if you all in the future think things are so important that you need to change the Constitution here's the way you do it'.

In an interview with The Ticket earlier this month, Perry spokeswoman Katherine Cesinger said that even though it would overturn laws in several states, the amendment still fits into Perry's broader philosophy because amendments require the ratification of three-fourths of the states to be added to the Constitution.

7. Abortion should be made illegal throughout the country. ( the next step will be to outlaw contraceptives... as long as there are lots of poor children who will be the slave labor of our future plantation economy)

Like the gay marriage issue, Perry at one time believed that abortion policy should be left to the states, as was the case before the 1973 Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade. But in the same Christian Broadcasting Network interview, Perry said that he would support a federal amendment outlawing abortion because it was "so the soul of this country and to the traditional values [of] our founding fathers."

Saturday, August 13, 2011

wow!! the days just become more amazing sometimes!
but I really just can't get into it...
until I write my bestseller and
change all the names to protect the guilty!!
the continual intrigue, cut throatery
as most folks just love to give and take gossip...
and I look for a vibe friendly pub
with the right beers and wifi,
while I talk to you, my handful of readers that
might want to tune into this adventure and on the way a desire for justice
for those who feel they can get away with shit and never be accountable..
will Bush ever be accountable, or will a scheister contractor and his cohorts
ever attone for their indiscretions  before they perhaps meet Peter or the bloke downstairs??
do these folks live on happilly with the after effects of their concience effort to deceive and manipulate??
or does it catch up with poor health or at least bouts of insomnia (ie.  perhaps waking up early in the morning and things bother you enough to know you won't be able to get back to sleep before the alarm clock reminds you of your  daily monotony?)
the young blonde waitress in her cute cut off jeans and  crimson university tee shirt serves you a delicious Boulevard wheat with the lemon enticingly offering herself to partake of her sparkling tastes... and perhaps you wish you could live forever,,,, but... death interupts the love that people have or have not for the love of life....
life is very short, so why not enjoy the  way the lemons sits on your delicious beer...
so you partake and try to not think about where we will eventually go
while trying out the home made remedy of apple cider vinegar and local honey to hold off our inevitable mortality just a little longer!....

and another  sad bloke falls over the more and more enticing cliff (for some folks whose best days are well behind them) at a  relatively young age with an overdose of... pain pills.. 

but I'm sure hoping my best years are ahead of me
as I see me and my family scoring with the winning basket!

Friday, August 12, 2011

wow... a lot has happened thanks to the great help from wonderful help from Buffy's current father, Eric and his assistant, Steve, fixing serious mistakes that the squatter left...
I can't believe how much that they could do in 2 days, what the previous "contractor" (usually that term is for folks that know the building business) couldn't do in 2 years!  Tools were left hidden in the very poor insulation that appeared t be blown in as an after thought... many spots were completely with no insulation...
It looks like nobody  inspeected  the roof and underneath after the very poor work was done..
I'm thankful for many reasons that we were blessed with rain..
If not , we wouldn't  have discovered the 3 leaks, where pipes were poking through the roof...
My help (which has been wonderful) put on 2 x large turbines instead of the cheap vents that replaced the good turbines from the previous roofing job only 2years prior before the most recent hatchet job, some might call roofing!

Monday, August 08, 2011

Froliche Geburtstag, Bruder!

father and son
I miss swimming on the beach with my son! I hope the will and tell Mommy to get on the airplane! He loves airplanes!
My brother turned 58! havent seen him for 2 years...  oh well..
• Limited federal government

• Individual freedoms
uhh... no.

• Personal responsibility
• Free markets
as long as they fit into the rich republican ways..

• Returning political power to the states and the people
...the rich people who are christians that pray alot for thier own profits and rich lifestyles...
As a movement, The Tea Party is not a political party (umm republican right wing isnt a party??) nor is looking to form a third political party any time soon.
 The Tea Party movement , is instead, about reforming all political parties and government  (making sure they do what the neoconservatives want for  control of the world by a few large corporations)
 so that the core principles of our Founding Fathers                   (the ones that are part of the secret stone mason society??)
 become, once again, the foundation upon which America stands.

The Mission of

Our mission is based on the U.S. Constitution's original principles and not on any political party platform. We must return the United States to the States and the people as spelled out in the U.S. Constitution. The U.S. Constitution was written by our founders to limit the powers of the federal government, instead, giving the power to the people and the States.

Hey, I think I could be like Judge Judy on the supreme ct!...uhhh, no. Judge judy understands what justice is!

 As a committed group of ordinary Americans, we will achieve this by promoting candidates who commit to the original founding principles of the U.S. Constitution of limited federal government, states' rights, balanced budgets, individual liberty,   freedom and personal responsibility.
We will also expose the candidates who do not adhere to these basic Constitutional principles. We will support and promote the new "Contract From America," asking each Senator and Congress member to sign annually to show their commitment. For those who refuse to sign the new "Contract From America," we will expose those candidates or current politicians who will not commit to these basic principles of freedom and accountability and, instead, believe it is Government who "knows best."

We believe most Americans do not want out-of-control spending in Washington, bailouts, government controls of private businesses, socializing of Americans' health care and other non-essential government-run services.

We will support candidates from any party who commit to these principles and expose those who do not, and let the people decide on Election Day. In a nutshell, we need American patriots' help by joining the Tea Party movement, donating if you are able to and passing along the information about the Tea Party movement to your family, friends and neighbors.

Here are some of the tools our website resource center offers to help the movement achieve its goals:

· Start a Tea Party

· Find local Tea Party groups in your area

· Receive a daily newsletter listing events

· Register to vote

· Communicate with others in the Tea Party movement

· ... and much more.

If we all grow together and do this, we WILL save the Freedoms that are so precious to all of us and are the core of our founding principles. Thank you for your support and may God Bless  the "Neoconservatives!'






it's 3:20 and I'm actually enjoying buzz from my scrapings as I overcome my Jonesing with
the super large coke from MCD's which I drank with an enormous thirst.... after meeting my other half
at this nutritionally sinful fast track to fatness eaterie, becuz they closed the subway way too early... (all food was taken away before 9 while I waited impatiently for my wife and Colin kept running off when I had to continually change him out of his wet diaper into drier clothes.missing out on my favorite healthy footlong with lots of veggies)... now I've been enjoying this movie...
here was the comment about the film:

"cool movie! even though it , it had a grade B appearance with an inexperience actor playing the lead role, but he gave enough credibility to really get into his story as a young Mel Gibson like hero.

I looked up the tribe seigovia and found no such..
was the movie almost totally creative non fiction?"

I looked up the word again after rewinding to find out the correct spelling!

SelgovaeFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search

Part of a Selgovae hillfort at Castle O'erThe Selgovae were a Brythonic tribe in Scotland, who lived in what is now the Borders. Their capital was on the North Eildon hill, near the current town of Melrose.[1] This was a large hillfort covering an area of about 40 acres.[2] It is believed that there were about 2500 people living in the fort. The Selgovae left the fort in 79 AD when the Roman army invaded the area. There are other Selgovae hillforts at Caidemuir Hill (near Peebles), Dreva Craig (near Broughton), Rubers Law (near Hawick), Whiteside Hill (near Romannobridge), Abory Hill (near Abington), Cow Castle (near Coulter), Quothquan Law (near Thankerton), Bodsberry Hill (near Crawford) and at Crawford.[2] At Tamshiell Rigg there is evidence of a walled settlement. The Roman forts at Birrens, Netherby and Bewcastle were all built in Selgovae lands, north of Hadrian's Wall.[2]

In the second century, the Selgovae are said to be one of the four kingdoms of ancient Scotland. By the end of the fourth century, the area had been taken over by Coel Hen and his kingdom of North Britain.
It's cool to realize that they were a real tribe...      perhaps these picts bred into the main gene pool of present day Scots almost 2 millennia later??

Sunday, August 07, 2011

Why did they not question the debt ceiling when Bush went into 2 useless wars based on lies?  When will the American people realize that our near bankrupt government was a direct result of these war and Bush cutting the taxes for the rich and incredibly wealthy corporations?  If you check back on my blog , I was using the tea party's line way  years before the Neocons even started the tea party!  I was wondering when we  our children would be paying for it long before my son was concieved and he was only a dream in my heart!
Of course, this debt crisis happened far sooner than we expected!

I'm sure that some of my handful of readers are getting tired of me talking about the tea party, but I feel that before long the media will forget about the real reason for our economic and moral crisis (the killing of innocent people and our young soldiers). The media have quit talking about the criminal mastermind of Fox News getting off scott free for letting his news organization hack into peoples phone lines just for stories for their papers and TV!
 I kept harping back then how the money used for these wars could have financed our health coverage for the rest of our lives!
Do you realize that it costs us over a million dollars/year for each soldier overseas?

"The first arrest of George W. Bush was for theft at a hotel.

  • The second arrest was for disorderly conduct at a football game.

  • The third arrest, we've now learned, is for a very serious crime -- drunk driving."


    The fourth and final arrest should be for killing over a million civilians and sending innocent young soldiers for a war based on lies!  The other little matter is being the cause for our government to eventually become bankrupt so the rich corporations can take it over!  ("starving the beast")