Saturday, September 14, 2013


Arkansas board overrides AG to allow armed staff in 13 school districts

Arkansas board overrides AG to allow armed staff in 13 school districts

Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has been battling school districts that want to arm trained staff to protect their schools. Today he lost the latest battle in the war: A state regulatory board reversed itself    read story

FOX News Accidentally Shows Evidence of Syrian REBELS Using Chemical Weapons

Monica Perez | Posted by: Betsi Fores           

While talking about Assad’s chemical weapons yesterday, Fox News mistakenly showed footage I hadn’t seen on mainstream media before–it was footage released by the Syrian government that showed its soldiers finding a stash of chemical weapons and antidotes in a rebel hideout. The Fox footage below shows that the antidotes were made by a Qatari-German company, and of course the Qataris are supplying the rebels not the government. You can see the dirty containers on the chemicals, the cellophane covers tied on – definitely not government issue!

Be sure to watch the Fox News video, but also the video below that one, which shows the complete footage released by the Syrian government. This is just one piece of the wealth of compelling evidence that the rebels have used chemical weapons –  so why aren’t we turning our Tomahawk Missiles on them?    WATCH VIDEOS

Friday, September 13, 2013

 MALKIN: The epic meltdown of the gun-grabbers

angela giron

 COLORADO SPRINGS — Quick, call the CDC. We’ve got a Rocky Mountain outbreak of Acute Sore Loser Fever. After failing to stave off two historic recall bids on Tuesday, two delusional state legislators and their national party bosses just can’t help but double-down and trash voters as dumb, sick, criminal and profligate. The ululations of gun-grabbing Democrats here in my adopted home state are reverberating far and wide. Appearing on cable TV Thursday to answer the question “What happened?” Pueblo State Sen. Angela Giron sputtered that she lost her seat due to “voter suppression.” Giron whined to CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin that voters “weren’t able to get to the polls” and that there was “voter confusion.” “Voter confusion”? My goodness. You’d think there were no public libraries, local television stations, talk radio, newspapers, blogs, Facebook, Twitter or government websites to get information about the elections. (Oh, and pay no attention to the massive 6-to-1 spending advantage that Giron and her fellow recall target John Morse, formerly the president of the state Senate, enjoyed.)   read full story

Al-Qaida leader calls for attacks inside US

CAIRO (AP) — Al-Qaida's leader on Friday marked the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks by calling on Muslims to strike inside the United States, with big attacks or small, using any opportunity they can to "bleed" America financially.
In an audio message released two days after the 12th anniversary of the attacks, Ayman al-Zawahri said America is not a "mythic power" and that the mujahedeen — Islamic holy warriors — can defeat it with attacks "on its own soil."
Al-Zawahri, the successor to Osama bin Laden, used the anniversary to argue that the United States can be defeated by targeting its economy. At the same time, he also addressed the ongoing upheaval in the Arab world. Pointing to a power struggle going on within the rebellion against Syria's regime, he warned jihadi fighters in that country's civil war not "compromise" with more secular or moderate rebel factions, who he said would eventually turn against the al-Qaida-linked radicals.
The message's authenticity could not be independently confirmed. It was posted on a militant website commonly used by al-Qaida.
Al-Zawahri, who is believed to be hiding in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border regions, said al-Qaida sympathizers should stage small attacks or a "big strike" against the United States, similar to the Sept. 11 attacks in New York and Washington, leaving America in "a state of tension" about when and where the next hit would come.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Frog Blasted Into Air During Rocket Launch

A frog went, too -- and the bizarre moment was captured in a photograph taken by a remote NASA camera.
Granted, that frog only went a few feet into the air, while the unmanned LADEE spacecraft is going all 238,850 miles to the moon. 
Frog Blasted Into Air During Rocket LaunchA rocket wasn't the only thing blasted into the air during last week's NASA launch on Virginia's Eastern Shore.
Wallops Island spokesperson Jeremy Eggers confirmed to NBC Washington that the image is legitimate and was not altered in any way.
The image was taken by a still camera triggered by sound.
"It's an authentic photo -- there were about eight or nine frames in the sequence; however, this is the only one showing the image of a frog," Eggers said via email.
Still skeptical? The frog appears larger than viewers might expect because it was closer to the camera than the rocket.
Chris Perry, who set up the camera, estimates it was about 150 feet from the rocket. The frog was probably only about 50 feet from the camera, he said.
But the one question everyone wants to know is: What was the fate of that frog?
"LADEE is doing well right now, but we are not certain of the frog's fate," Eggers said.
The Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) -- which lifted off at 11:27 p.m. Friday aboard a Minotaur V rocket -- is set to reach the moon Oct. 6.
Once there, the spacecraft will orbit for a few months, analyzing lunar dust and the atmosphere, according to the Associated Press.
While this wasn't the first time NASA caught something like this on camera, it's the first time at Wallops Island.
"Our photo archive contains launch sequence photos from every launch, and none that I’ve seen so far has shown us anything like this before," Perry said via email. "Definitely a surprise to us (and a little sad)."
The image garnered plenty of reaction on NBC Washington's Facebook page.
"Ground Control to Major Frog," quipped Michael Kuzniar.

White House pushes back on Putin's op-ed on Syria

5 hours ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House pushed back Thursday against Russian President Vladimir Putin for his opinion piece in The New York Times that blamed opposition forces for the latest deadly chemical weapons attack in Syria and argued President Barack Obama's remarks about America were self-serving.

White House spokesman Jay Carney said the U.S. wasn't surprised by Putin's piece and that Russia is "isolated and alone" in blaming the Syrian opposition for the deadly Aug. 21 attack. Even countries like Iran agree that the Syrian government of President Bashar Assad is responsible, Carney said.

In his piece, Putin wrote: "No one doubts that poison gas was used in Syria. But there is every reason to believe it was used not by the Syrian Army, but by opposition forces, to provoke intervention by their powerful foreign patrons, who would be siding with the fundamentalists."

State Department deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf said it would be "preposterous for anyone to suggest that anyone other than the Assad regime is responsible."

"We've laid out our intelligence assessment, and it's one in which we have high confidence. So we stand by that," Harf said.

The assessment concludes that 1,429 people were killed, including 426 children, but the U.S. is alone in that estimate. Others are lower.

Putin also said it was dangerous for America to think of itself as exceptional. He was referring to remarks Obama made in his Tuesday speech. The president said that America is not the world's policeman, but that if it can stop children from being gassed to death, the U.S. should act.                    

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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    Washington Post shocked that gun companies were serious about leaving anti-gun states

    Someone please inform the Washington Post that their order of schadenfreude is ready. Gun companies were not kidding when they said they’d leave if states passed anti-gun laws that outlawed their products. Apparently, the concept of companies being honest is alien to those poor souls trapped inside the Beltway:
    It’s not uncommon for businesses to promise consequences when state lawmakers consider measures they’re unhappy with. Sometimes the companies are bluffing, but when it comes to gun control measures at least a few are following through with threats to invest elsewhere.
    In May, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley signed into law a set of gun-control measures. At the time, firearm-maker Beretta, which has a presence in the state, criticized the law as being unacceptable despite amendments it says it was able to secure. The law “went from being atrocious to simply being bad,” Beretta said in a statement at the time. It was so offensive, in fact, that the company said it would consider making future investments out of state.
    “Prior to introduction of this legislation, the three Beretta Holding companies located in Maryland were experiencing growth in revenues and jobs and had begun expansion plans in factory and other operations,” the company said. “The idea now of investing additional funds in Maryland and thus rewarding a Government that has insulted our customers and our products is offensive to us so we will take steps to evaluate such investments in other States.”
    Maryland’s law goes into effect in just a few weeks and Beretta seems to be holding true to its promise. Georgia’s Upson County is developing incentive packages to attract a new Beretta plant that could house 400 employees, the Atlanta Business Chronicle recently reported. Georgia and North Carolina are among the seven states Beretta says it’s considering expanding to.

    It will be years before all the relocation dust settles, perhaps a decade or more. While some companies will indeed go the route of Kahr,  Magpul, PTR Industries and Stag Arms and move the entire company all at once, others will simply push their growth to more freedom-and job-friendly southern states, as Remington and Ruger have been doing for years.
    Whatever final form it takes, we do know that there is going to be a substantial engineering “brain drain” of talented firearms designers and machinists leaving the anti-gun states, along with billions of dollars per year in tax revenue.
    Actions have have consequences, as school boards in these states are going to learn soon enough when the departure of these companies affects their budgets

    In Philly Pa....Nothing on the news [NBC-ABC-CBS] Guess it wasn't news

    'Million Muslim March' 2013 and '2 Million Bikers' [VIDEO]: WashingtonD.C. rally expected on anniversary of September 11 attacks 

    '2 Million Bikers' are reportedly heading to Washington D.C. today to commemorate the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Although the bikers were denied permission to avoid traffic signals, they will still head to the city and stick to all the rules as they ride through the city. They are expected to clog up the city's streets even more so than usual.
    Organizers of the ride posted on Facebook: "We find this regretful for the residents and businesses of that great city, and humbly offer our apologies. What could have been a one or two hour ride through will now likely be an all day event."
    The bike riders from all over the U.S. are already on their way to ride through the nation's capital. They will pay tribute to the victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks.
    Motorcycles are not allowed in Washington D.C., but they plan to ride through the city anyway. The demonstration, which is scheduled for after 11 a.m., is set to be peaceful. About 3,000 bikers are estimated to attend



     Colo. lawmakers lose recalls over gun laws support
    By COLLEEN SLEVIN Associated Press

    Democratic state Sen. Angela Giron gives her concession speech after... ((AP Photo/Brennan Linsley))
    DENVER—Colorado voters ousted two state lawmakers Tuesday in first-ever recall elections that came in reaction to the Democrats' support for tougher gun laws in the aftermath of last year's mass shootings in Aurora and Newtown, Conn. Senate President John Morse of Colorado Springs and Sen. Angela Giron of Pueblo lost their jobs as lawmakers in an election seen as a national measure of popular support for gun legislation. They were replaced by two gun-rights Republicans. Angered by new limits on ammunition magazines and expanded background checks, gun rights activists filed enough voter signatures for the recall elections—the first for state legislators since Colorado adopted the procedure in 1912. The recalls prevailed 

    Colorado Senate President John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, heads to the stage to concede defeat in his legislative recall race in Colorado Springs

    Tuesday, September 10, 2013


    @[285776608228683:274:2 Million Bikers] are heading for Washington DC Right now even though their Permit was denied for 9/11 & this will become very interesting as they reach there in time to be there at the same time as the Million Muslim March. Stand Tall with these Patriots and Share this please as they are riding for our Freedom!

Can we Get 2 Million Shares for the 2 Million Bikers by 9/11?
    2 Million Bikers are heading for Washington DC Right now even though their Permit was denied for 9/11 & this will become very interesting as they reach there in... time to be there at the same time as the Million Muslim March. Stand Tall with these Patriots and Share this please as they are riding for our Freedom!

    Didn'know they had gators in Mississippi

    Massive gator breaks record in Mississippi

    For the third time in a week, the state mark is broken, this time with a 13-foot, 6.5-inch beast that hunter Dalco Turner at first didn't think was big enough to go after:

    Would you tangle with an alligator like this?
    Massive gator breaks record in Mississippi

For the third time in a week, the state mark is broken, this time with a 13-foot, 6.5-inch beast that hunter Dalco Turner at first didn't think was big enough to go after:

Would you tangle with an alligator like this?

    Why I don't believe mainstream media news reports

    There Is an Embarrassing Problem With This ABC ‘World News’ Report…..great report.....3 years late
    Posted September 6, 2013 at 4:36 pm by Jason Howerton
    “…one of the goofier examples of sloppy journalism.”
                                                                                          Read More August 2010.”

    IH M1 Garand Rifle. Nice video on the M-1

    Obama banned the re-import of 1 million of these rifles

    I guess when you're black, it's OK to have your own "black" shows and organizations, but not if you're "white"


    Watch the Best of Black Cinema

    And where is the best of WHITE cinema ?
    Don't miss hit movies including 'Deliver Us from Eva' and 'Do the Right  

    As AWD says, you won't see much of this in the mainstream media. That is why I'm reposting, because this needs to be seen


    Another black man in America has killed another white man in America for nothing more than the crime of being white. No word if the white man was a creepy ass cracka. But, since he was white, we know he was a racist enjoying white privilege. Jeffrey Babbitt’s white privilege included being beaten to death by a black man who attacked him for his lack of pigment.
    Jeffrey Babbitt was attacked by Lashawn Marten in Union Square in New York City last week. Marten was heard saying “the next white person that walks by I’m going to f**k”. Only, he didn’t f**k the next white person, he killed him. Jeffrey Babbitt died today in the hospital. His crime? Living while white in America in 2013.
    Babbitt is said to have been a gentle person who was the sole caregiver for his 94 year-old mother. He was just like the many others who are beaten down, knifed or shot by blacks in America every day for nothing more than being white. And racist.

    Here is a repentant Lashawn Marten in the police car after attacking Mr Babbitt:

    He is actually smiling.  
      As AWD wrote just last month:
    It has come to this!


    Syria says it accepts Russian weapons proposal

    news-world-20130910-Syria-DiplomacyLORI HINNANT, AP
    1 hour ago

    PARIS (AP) — Syria has accepted a Russian proposal to place its chemical weapons under international control for dismantling, the Syrian foreign minister said Tuesday, amid a flurry of diplomatic activity aimed at averting Western military action.

    Speaking in Moscow, Walid al-Moallem said his government quickly agreed to the plan to "derail U.S. aggression" — an allusion to possible U.S.-led strikes over a deadly Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack near Damascus that Western powers blame on the Syrian regime. Syrian President Bashar Assad has denied the claim.

    Russia, Syria's most powerful ally, is now working with Damascus to prepare a detailed plan of action that will be presented soon, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said. Russia will then be ready to finalize the plan with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
    Al-Moallem brief statement sounded more definitive than his remarks a day earlier, when he said Damascus welcomed Russia's initiative. He did not provide any details about how Syria might comply.

    Monday, September 9, 2013


    From what I am hearing, President Obama will be addressing the nation on Tuesday to try to sway public opinion, and gain support for his "limited" attacks on Syria. If it's anything like his Sandy Hook speech he will likely sway a lot of idiots who would rather simply hear someone spew propaganda than actually take the time to read and do some research. I can't change that. It is what it is. But I can at least speak to those who aren't afraid to look for the truth.

    We all know what's coming. Barack Obama will make an emotional plea on Tuesday and it is guaranteed that he will mention these 400+ dead children that allegedly died in this chemical attack. I am not disputing that children died. I will however dispute the numbers since it was originally reported, by an independent source with no agenda, that the total body count was 355. That included men, women and children.
    Anyway, let's talk about some dead children. Barack Hussein Obama wants to talk about dead children and exploit the situation to further his agenda. I can play that game.
    Tim Brown reported yesterday that President Barack Obama is responsible for a good number of innocent dead children himself. His drone attacks in Pakistan and other corners of the globe have killed hundreds of innocent children. If you follow this link to the article, the names and ages are actually listed. But here is a short quote from the article:
    I'll leave you with the warmongering of Barack Obama via drone strikes from PolicyMic from March of this year and ask yourself when the world will tire of his tyranny and begin dealing with us because of it.
    Proponents of the drone war, including President Barack Obama, claim that drone strikes are precise and only target terrorists. But a study from Columbia Law School's Human Rights Institute finds that the number of Pakistani civilians killed in drone strikes is "significantly and consistently underestimated" and that as many as 98% of those killed by drone strikes are civilians.
    While it is ultimately impossible to get exact numbers, this means that for every "terrorist" killed by a drone strike, anywhere between 10 and 50 civilians are killed.
    Read that sentence again. Let it sink in.
    Obama has authorized 193 drone strikes in Pakistan – four times the amount authorized by George W. Bush. According to Global Research, over the past four years, Obama has authorized attacks in Pakistan which have killed more than 800 innocent civilians and just 22 Al-Qaeda officers.
    That constitutes at least 36 civilians per target.
    How many of those are children?                   

    Syria positive about giving up chemical weapons

    44 minutes ago

    MOSCOW (AP) — Syria on Monday quickly welcomed a call from Russia, its close ally, to place Syrian chemical arsenals under international control, then destroy them to avert a U.S. strike, but did not offer a time frame or any other specifics.

    The statement by Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem appeared to mean that diplomatic efforts to end Syria's 2 ½-year civil war were gaining momentum. But it remained to be seen whether it represented a genuine goodwill gesture by Syria or simply an attempt by Syrian President Bashar Assad to buy more time to prepare for a U.S. military attack.

    "Syria welcomes the Russian proposal out of concern for the lives of the Syrian people, the security of our country and because it believes in the wisdom of the Russian leadership that seeks to avert American aggression against our people," al-Moallem said during a visit to Moscow, where he held talks with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov.

    However, al-Moallem, would not give any further details in his brief statement and didn't take any questions from reporters   .

    I can't beleive he would be that STUPID

    Fla. police called on George Zimmerman

    LAKE MARY, Fla. (AP) — George Zimmerman's estranged wife called police officers to her father's house in Florida Monday, saying the former neighborhood watch volunteer who was acquitted of murder threatened her with a gun.

    Shellie Zimmerman called police shortly after 2 p.m. Monday, said Lake Mary Police Chief Steve Bracknell.

    Zimmerman hasn't been arrested and officers were at the house trying to determine what happened, Bracknell said.

    "We've only heard one side of the story so far," Bracknell said             .Full Story



    US says 14 more nations join statement on Syria

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says 14 more nations have signed on to a statement blaming Syrian President Bashar Assad's government for a chemical weapons attack and calling for a strong international response.

    That means the list has grown to 25 from the 11 — including the U.S. — who initially signed on. The statement was unveiled Friday at the Group of 20 economic summit in St. Petersburg, Russia.

    Among the new nations announcing support are Germany, Denmark, Morocco, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Honduras, Romania, Latvia, Albania and Lithuania are also listed.

    The statement doesn't explicitly call for military action against Syria, as President Barack Obama is advocating. But administration officials say it's an implicit endorsement because the U.S. is publicly discussing a potential military strike.

    The "thin" red line....whose is it ?

    So, let me see if I have this right…………..

     from the Daleygator
    …………….. Our President declared that there was a red line that Syria would cross if it used chemical weapons. Now the president and his administration tell us Syria defied his red line, except that it is not "his" red line he says. No, it is now the international communities red line against the use of chemical weapons. Of course after President Obama disavowed ownership of said red line, his Secretary of State, and long faces, John Kerry said that red line WAS Obama's.  In either case a "red line" that belongs to uh, someone, has been crossed. 
    The use of those chemical weapons was committed by Bashar Assad, or it was committed by the Al Qaida-linked rebels fighting against Assad depending on whose intel you believe. And we cannot decide how much of the rebel army fighting against Assad is Al Qaida. Secretary Kerry claims it is 15 % or so, Senator McCain, who apparently has some type of man crush on the Syrian rebels, says they are bunch of great guys. Other sources say that Al Qaida makes up 50% or more of the rebel forces. Again, in either case, we really do not know who used the weapons, we do not know how much of the forces fighting against Assad are Al-Qaida. As an added bonus, some are reporting that the Obama administration "mischaracterized" the intel they are touting as proof that Assad is at fault.
    The country is decidedly against the idea of striking at Syria, yes, majorities of both Democrats and Republicans seem dead set against it. President Obama boldly said he did not need Congressional approval to strike Syria, but has asked for that approval anyway. Now as it looks like he might not get that approval, he refuses to say if he will go ahead and strike without Congress approving that action. And what WILL that action be?
    Limited? Cruise missiles, or air strikes too? And on what targets? Surely any chemical weapons have been moved by now, likely to Iran. No boots on the ground, and apparently only France is on board with us, which is kind of like going into a fight with Pee Wee Herman at your side. I thought Obama was going to bring us all together, and make the world love us. And if we do strike Russia has hinted it might come to Assad's aid, Iran and Syria have vowed to strike at Israel if we attack Syria, which of course will lead to Israel powdering both of those nations asses. But what would happen then? Oh and did I mention that Turkey is flexing its muscle along their border with Syria? Oh, and China is sending forces to the region too. YIKES!
    Maybe worst of all, we are relying on the same crew that gave us Benghazi to make the right call. DOUBLE YIKES!

    NYC suspect in tot's death expresses remorse

    NEW YORK (AP) — The man accused of shooting a toddler to death in his stroller on a New York City street says it was an "evil act" he has to live with.

    Daquan Breland tells the Daily News ( ) that "remorseful doesn't even describe what I feel." He spoke to the newspaper at the Rikers Island jail.

    Breland was arrested in Wilkes-Barre (WILKS'-ba-ree), Pa., on Friday, the same day the toddler, Antiq (An-TEEK') Hennis, was buried. He's charged with second-degree murder.

    The 23-year-old suspect tells the News he never intended to hurt the toddler. He says: "I could never do that to an innocent little baby. It's not in my heart."

    He offered his condolences to Antiq's family.

    Authorities believe Breland's intended target was Antiq's father, Anthony Hennis, and the shooting may have been gang-related.
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    Sunday, September 8, 2013

    Even some democrats against military action in Syria

    Obama to meet with Democrats before Syria speech

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will meet with Senate Democrats Tuesday to seek support for U.S. military action against the government of Syria, a Senate Democratic aide said Sunday.

    The meeting at the Capitol would come just hours before Obama addresses the nation in a prime-time speech on Syria from the White House.

    The Senate aide spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publically discuss the meeting before its official announcement.

    Obama faces difficult odds to win congressional authorization for any use of force against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad. Obama blames Assad's military for a chemical weapons attack against civilians last month outside Damascus.

    The president is making a determined last-ditch effort for authorization, granting a series of network interviews Monday to make his case. Sunday night, he dropped in on a dinner held by Vice President Joe Biden for Republican senators.

    Amid skepticism from both parties, the Senate is expected to hold its first showdown vote on a use-of-force resolution Wednesday.


    Deer Hunting Story... even if you don't care about hunting... Gotta Love Ted!
    Ted Nugent, rock star and avid bow hunter from Michigan , was being interviewed by aliberal journalist, an animal rights activist. The discussion came around to deer hunting. The journalist asked, "What do you think is the last thought in the head of a deer before you shoot him? Is it, 'Are you my friend?' or is it 'Are you the one who killed my brother?'"                                                   
    Nugent replied, "Deer aren't capable of that kind of thinking. All they care about is, what am I going to eat next, who am I going to screw next, and can I run fast enough to get away. They are very much like the Democrats in Congress."

    U.S. Supplies $148 Million to Palestinian Terrorists

    Authorities in Palestine are handing out cash grants to convicted terrorists with $148 billion in aid from the U.S. 
    Beginning on Aug. 18, the Palestinian Authority supplied “Dignified Life Grants” to over 5,000 prisoners being released from Israeli prisons.
    The U.S. gives over $400 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority every year. By law, none of the aid can go to terrorists or former terrorists.
    “We have a lot of funding that goes to the PA that is fungible and co-mingled and there is a lot of concern the money is going to radical causes and extremist issues,” said Jonathon Schanzer, vice president for research at Foundation for Defense of Democracy.
    “There are many problematic questions concerning the way the Palestinian Authority disperses funds and especially those coming from the U.S. This is not unique. We’ve seen in the past, monies allocated from the PA’s budget to the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade, which is a designated terrorist organization, and all of this points to a troubling trend whereby the U.S. has tried to get a handle on financing within the P.A.,” Schanzer said.
    RELATED: U.S. Government to Give $313,000,000 to Muslims for Home Mortgages
    The U.S. has not yet obtained documentation of the individuals who’ve received “Dignified Life Grants,” however, reports show that Palestinian prisoners “swarmed” government offices in Gaza after authorities announced the grants.

    Where have I heard this plan before?


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