Monday, July 18, 2005


That's right. CONTROLLED DEMOLITION. What are the freakin' chances.

Someone called into the Alex Jones Show (infowars.com) and said this story was floating around the "Conspiracy Club Forum". I couldn't find it on the forum but-yeah, not hard to track down yourself. Don't worry though...it's, uh...just another macabre...um...coincidence. Sleep well.

Huh.

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Sunday, July 03, 2005

They've never had more to hide...

July 3, 2005
THE NATION
More Files Being Classified; Fewer Pages Being Declassified
From Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Mostly because of military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, the federal government reports, the number of documents being classified in the U.S. jumped 10% last year, to 15.6 million.
The Information Security Oversight Office included the numbers in its latest annual report to the president.
Meanwhile, the number of pages that the government declassified continued to drop. Last year, 28.4 million pages were declassified.
That was a drop of 34% from the previous year.
The increase in the number of documents being classified has raised concerns that the government is being too secretive.
The report notes that over-classification of documents has been an issue for decades.
"It cannot be said conclusively from this report's data that recent increases in the number of classification decisions were due substantially to the phenomenon of over-classification," the Information Security Oversight Office report says.

The Origin of the Yellow Ribbon...

"Tie a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree is a song based on a true story. A man who had served three years in PRISON FOR WRITING BAD CHECKS was returning home on a bus headed South on U.S. 17 in Georgia. He had written his wife a letter saying that he would understand if she didn't wait for him, but if she loved him, she could let him know by tying a yellow ribbon around the old oak tree in the city square of their hometown. As the bus rolled in to White Oak, Georgia, the driver slowed down so the man, and all the passengers, could see if she had signalled her intentions. When the yellow ribbon was spotted, the man broke down and cried as the passengers cheered. Wire services picked up the inspiring story and song writers Irwin Levine and L. Russell Brown fashioned it into "Tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree." (emphasis mine)