Tuesday, September 27, 2016


Direct hit

Typhoon Megi is the most recent in a string of storms that have battered Taiwan this year. The category 4 storm left more than 2.9 million Taiwanese without power to their homes and businesses, the Associated Press reported. In Taiwan, several deaths and more than 250 injuries have been reported so far. The Focus Taiwan News Channel posted a photo of a steeply leaning telephone pole and windblown wreckage against a dark sky.
The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite acquired this natural-color image right before Megi made landfall in Taiwan around 5:25am Universal Time on September 27, 2016 (1:25am of the 28th, local time). By 2:00am, the storm had passed the island and was moving in on mainland China with maximum sustained winds of 130 kilometers (80 miles) per hour, according to the Hong Kong Observatory.

U.S. owes black people reparations for a history of ‘racial terrorism,’ says U.N. panel

Time to leave the UN.  It's now just another globalist center of power that wants to redistribute money to groups it favors.

We Americans pay a huge chunk of their budget, and all the pajama boys and girls there would faint straight away if all that sweet money went away.

Besides, if you pay reparations to the Blacks for slavery, wouldn't you also have to pay the Slavs, who gave their name to this practice in English?

A stocking stuffer for Christmas

And it's not expensive.  Crazy fun, but you'll annoy the neighbors.

A lot of energy going to that one spot

Cabin, or maybe garden, Porn

Something you used to see, but not anymore.