Archive for July, 2015

A Math Limerick

Posted in Humor on July 28th, 2015

Most people think that math and poetry are polar opposites. This, however, is not true. Take, for instance, this mathematical limerick:

\frac{12+144+20+3\sqrt{4}}{7}+(5*11)=9^{2}+0

What? This doesn’t seem to be a limerick to you? Let’s translate the formula into prose…

A dozen, a gross, and a score,
plus three times the square root of four,
divided by seven,
plus five times eleven,
is nine squared and not a bit more.

See? Math and poetry can be one and the same. It’s just take a little work and some understanding 😛

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Some Bit Of Truth There

Posted in Politics on July 27th, 2015

Surrendering to Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions
There’s Some Bit Of Truth There

The political cartoon above has some truth to it, quite a bit of unpleasant truth actually. Obama’s deal with Iran over that nation’s nuclear power and weapons development was in the end a total surrender to the will and whims of the Ayatollahs.

It’s not, however, all truthful. There’s absolutely no evidence to support the hypothesis that either Obama or Kerry would recognize the existence of the Israelis killed by Iran’s proxy groups like Hezbollah and Hamas, much less show any respect for them.

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Obama’s DoJ Attacks…

Posted in Politics on July 27th, 2015

Department of Social Justice If there’s one thing that American can count upon it’s that Obama will do whatever he’d allowed to get away with to harass and, if possible, destroy any American that doesn’t agree with and actively support those groups that the boy considers his constituency. If an American “steps out of line,” one can be sure that Obama will have his Department of Injustice “investigate” in the hopes of both having a chilling effect upon dissent.

If someone is White enough and kills a Black in self-defense,Obama’s DoJ will launch an investigation in the hopes of charging them with “civil rights” crimes. Someone doesn’t want to support queer marriage, Obama’s DoJ will launch an investigation in the hopes of charging them with “civil rights” crimes. If someone decides that they’re not willing to arm Muslims inside our borders, Obama’s DoJ will launch an investigation in the hopes of charging them with “civil rights” crimes. If someone exposes the horrific behavior of the professional abortionists, Obama’s DoJ will launch an investigation in the hopes of charging them with “civil rights” crimes. Even just policing the ghetto and the thugs therein can incite Obama’s DoJ to launch an investigation in the hopes of charging the police departments with “civil rights” crimes.

Taken separately, any of these “investigations” is easily explainable and some might even be legitimate. Seen as whole however, they’re a process of tyrannical oppression aimed at any American of “wrong” race or religion – White Christians – who won’t kowtow to the agendas that Obama and/or his handlers and overseers favor.

 

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