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Monday, July 26, 2010

+Official Business: NEW WORK



Monday, July 19, 2010

Tuesday, July 13, 2010



(and another one...jeez.)


Monday, July 12, 2010



Apocalypse now? In US and abroad many are prepared

WASHINGTON — From the outside, Jerry Erwin's home in the northwestern US state of Oregon is a nondescript house with a manicured front lawn and little to differentiate it from those of his neighbors.

But tucked away out of sight in his backyard are the signs of his preparations for doomsday, a catastrophic societal collapse that Erwin, 45, now believes is likely within his lifetime.

"I've got, under an awning, stacks of firewood, rain catching in barrels, I've got a shed with barbed concertina wire, like the military uses," he told AFP.

He and his wife also have also stockpiled thousands of rounds of ammunition and enough food for about six months.

"Several years ago I worked on paying off the house, replacing all the windows, and just very recently, I'm proud to say, we've replaced all our exterior doors with more energy-efficient ones, with as much built-in security features as I could get," he told AFP.

"Plus I'm going to be adding some more structural improvements to the door frames to make it hopefully virtually impossible to take a battering ram to them."

Erwin and others like him in the United States and elsewhere see political upheaval and natural disasters as clear signs that civilization is doomed.

"We're hitting on all cylinders as far as symptoms that have led other great powers to decline or collapse: resource depletion, damage to the environment, climate change, those are the same things that affected other great societies," he said.

For Erwin, the decline is irreversible and the best approach is to prepare for the inevitable.

His pessimism is shared by a wide range of people, from left-wing environmentalists who believe climate change and capitalist greed will doom human society to Christian fundamentalists who think sin will do the same.

They label themselves "preppers," "doomers," and "survivalists," and take a variety of different approaches to the same question: How best to prepare for the coming apocalypse?

Jim Rawles, who Erwin describes as "the patron saint of survivalism," prefers an isolationist, Christian-influenced approach.

He homeschooled his children, declines to say where he lives, and advises readers of his website survivalblog.com to "relocate to a safe area and live there year-round."

"When planning your retreat house, think: medieval castle," he adds, extolling the benefits of using sandbags to protect any new home.

Rawles, like many on the most conservative end of the survivalist spectrum, is also anti-tax, pro-gun rights, and suspicious of anything that smacks of socialism.

But the survivalist movement also includes left-wing community activists, who are devoted to living off the land and have never fired a weapon, and people like Chris Martenson, who quit a job with a six-figure salary that he felt was "an unnecessary diversion from the real tasks at hand."

He began growing his own food and developed a "Crash Course" that urges people to better prepare for societal instability. He also took over management of his investments and boasts of a 166 percent return on his portfolio.

For Martenson, the wake-up call was the September 11, 2001 attacks, when he felt gripped by uncertainty and totally unprepared.

Erwin had always felt that society would eventually disintegrate, but he and many other US survivalists say the dysfunctional response to the 2005 Hurricane Katrina was what spurred them to action.

"I thought, okay, things are not going to get better... maybe this society, our civilization, the American empire, will collapse during my lifetime," Erwin said.

For John Milandred, no single event pushed him to leave his suburban home and set up a farm in Oklahoma.

"We just got fed up of working all the time to pay bills and not accomplishing anything," he said.

A member of the American Preppers Network, Milandred said he and his wife aspired to "grow our own foods and be self sufficient... to live like the pioneers, like our great-grandparents."

It is unclear how many people subscribe to the lifestyle, but there are hundreds of websites devoted to the movement, and Erwin's surburban-self-reliance.com attracts visitors from around the world.

The global financial crisis has increased interest in survivalism "bigtime," Erwin said, but he feels sorry for latecomers to the movement.

"We'll help them if we can," he said. "But a lot of people are climbing on board at the last minute and its going to be hard for them."


r.i.p. x2

Sunday, July 11, 2010


WILLIE NELSON: This is a Kris Kristofferson song.

    Was it wonderful for you?
    Was it holy as it was for me?
    Could you feel the hand of destiny
    that was guiding us together?
    You were young enough to dream.
    I was old enough to learn something new.
    I’m so glad I got to dance with you
    for a moment of forever.
    Sometimes when you’re cryin’, you’re happy.
    Sometimes you’re just cryin’,
    I know. I know.
    Come whatever happens now.
    Ain’t it nice to know that dreams still come true?
    I’m so glad that I was close to you
    for a moment of forever.
    Sometimes when you’re cryin’, you’re happy.
    Sometimes you’re just cryin’,
    I know. I know.
    Come whatever happens now.
    Ain’t it nice to know that dreams still come true?
    I’m so glad that I was close to you
    for a moment of forever.

AMY GOODMAN: “Moment of Forever," the title song on your latest album.


AMY GOODMAN: When did you write it?

WILLIE NELSON: I didn’t write that. Kris Kristofferson wrote that a few years ago and sang it for me, and, you know, I listened to it and I thought, well, that’s really a good song. But I really didn’t get that hung up on it until recently, when I went in the studio and the producer brought me that song again and said, “Here’s a song by Kris.” And I said, “I remember that song.” And I got into singing it, and I said, “Yeah, this is better than I remembered. “

Friday, July 9, 2010

Wednesday, July 7, 2010




Voor de grap een keer gemaakt. Bij deze staat ie op youtube, mijn gabber tutorial! Aan het eind van het filmpje staan nog twee korte filmpjes van hoe je kunt gaan hakken! Misschien heb je er wat aan, veel succes!


1. Kasparov - Magic

2. DJ Bass Vs DJ Cronik - Hostile and Decadent

3. The Prophet - Big Boys Dont Cry

4. Weapon X - We Dont Give A Fuck

5. Tommyknocker Vs Sunbeam - Twisted World (The Viper Mashup Mix)

Translation in English:
Step 1
put decent shoes on (Nike Air Max Classics)

Step 2
Try to make the next movement with your feets
(tip) kick them a little bit out on the end it this so it looks nicer

Try to do step two faster

We are now going to learn the first move: Het overstapje (The Changeover)
Practice this until you have enough skills. It needs to be a smooth transition

Feet tap
This move can be used when the beat is irregular. You will feel that feet tap is out of the normal hak rhythm

The Cripple
Also as feet tap this move can be used when the beat is irregular in a track.
To use these moves you can show the people a brackpoint/interval.

These are the six steps to learn normal hakken
Dont forget this is only a example always created your own style
Now we continue with the advanced way of hakken

The basic is one of the most difficualt move from this type of hakken
Try to do this move 100% right before you go further
This will make the rest of the steps a lot easier.

Bring your feet to the back
Lift your other feet up
Put your right leg behind with a little step and throw at the same time your left leg to the front

Kick your feet away
Throw your right feet against your left
Step twice with your left feet to the side and throw him then behind your right leg
This could also be turned round

Hopefully you can now hak a little bit
Or you have a lot of practice material to study with

I wish everybody good luck and fun


Tuesday, July 6, 2010


When Orcs attack the fellowship in the Chamber of Mazarbul (where Balin's tomb is), Frodo's sword glows blue, but Gandalf's does not. Gandalf carries Glamdring, the Foe-Hammer, which was forged by Turgon the elf and therefore should glow as Sting does


In the tunnel scene to the freeway, the human police officers are driving a Chevrolet Caprice made prior to the 1994 model, from the next scenes, it appears to be a 1993 model with mirrors from a 1995 or later model. The Agents also are seen in this same car. Then the next interior scene of the Agent's police car shows then driving a 1994 or later model. The brief scene of the Agents following the Cadillac when the Twin is fighting in the car, shows the Agents driving a 1994 Caprice with side mirrors of the 1995 or later model years. Then when the Agent exits the Caprice to get on the roof, it is a 1995 or later model with the Impala style rear quarter window. When the Agent is firing at and bumping the Cadillac, the Caprice is a 1993 model with the mirrors of the 1995 or later years. Then the Caprice that crashes into the cushion barrels is a 1995 or later model.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Friday, July 2, 2010

Thursday, July 1, 2010


+Official Business: NEW WORK (Details)

(Gouache, Watercolour, and Pen on Paper)