In the past it was the “war on poverty” and the “war on drugs” etc. etc. and now the United States has gone to war again twice in one week!
In a surprise move President Obama yesterday declared a “War on Ebola” and a “War on ISIS!”
According to the Perspective Research Department, (see below) the United States is going to gather samples of the Ebola virus, and then use that to isolate and infect the members of ISIS …………………., in the hope that the two problems will take care of themselves!Picture 419

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Speaking of the Ebola virus!
The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta announced today that they have isolated the Ebola strain and are working on ways to eradicate it ……….., other than just flushing it down the toilet!

Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a disorder that affects more than 1/2 million adults in Canada, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).

Also, about 100,000 school-age children suffer from moderate to severe RLS.
(The disorder occurs twice as frequently in women than in men, according to the NINDS.)
dancing8The characteristic sign of RLS (sometimes called restless leg syndrome) is an intense urge to move the legs.
The impulse can be so strong that an individual is unable to resist moving the legs.
Believe me folks, it’s a terrible affliction. My Uncle had it, and before we knew what was happening he was in Winnipeg ……….., and heading west!
Now here’s a story ya don’t see everyday: The U.S. State Department warns Americans not to travel to North Korea, a deeply isolated nation that has threatened nuclear strikes against the USA. But none of that appeared to dissuade a U.S. man who tried to swim there Tuesday night from South Korea.
First of all……….., swim there?
Second………….., North Korea?
(Maybe they should have let him go …………………, then he would be North Korea’s problem!)
If you’re one of those people who likes being told before a friend snaps your picture, then you’re going to hate the FBI’s Next Generation Identification (NGI) System.
NGI, which was launched in 2011, is now fully operational the FBI said Monday. Part of the new technology, the Interstate Photo System (IPS), lets law enforcement search through FBI databases of images and locate for various criminal identities. The image searching system will eventually replace the FBI’s fingerprinting system as well as provide the agency with many kinds of “new services and capabilities.”
Privacy groups such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) have warned that in addition to criminal mugshots, IPS will also have access to civilian photographs. Roughly 4.3 million of the database’s 52 million photos will be civilian images by 2015, taken for non-criminal purposes like employment identification.
The group expressed concerns about who will have access to the information.
The FBI and Congress have thus far failed to enact meaningful restrictions on what types of data can be submitted to the system, who can access the data, and how the data can be used.”
Compared with the FBI’s instant facial recognition, the NSA looks like child’s play. And it’s certainly NOT, “Candid Camera!”
(Speaking of the States: AND FINALLY …………………….., just to remind us all one more time!)

(Speaking of the States: Just to remind us all one more time!)


AND FINALLY ……………………..,!

John Kerry was giving a speech about about how they were going to fight ISIS, or ISIL, or whatever ya want to call it, and while he was speaking there was some guy behind him who kept holding up a sign that said: “DIPLOMACY NOT WAR!”

Could somebody take this asshole aside and explain to him that ya CAN’T negotiate with ISIS!


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