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  • Macedonia - 4000 years of Albanian continuance (Video that shocked both Greece & FYROM) That's the Albanian response to the ridicule campaigns of Greeks and Slavs to de-Albanize the true nationality of Ancient Macedonians. Old literary records, as well as linguistic, archaeology and ethnology confirms a strongly evidence of Illyrian character of Macedonians. Now the prevailing opinion among world-wide scientific community is that Illyrians are the forebears of modern Albanians. Taking in consideration that, we should conclude that only Albanians have right to claim about Macedonia and its historical heritage. Only Albanians are the real possesors of what is today Macedonia. Albanians do not deny other peoples living in Macedonia (when I say Macedonia I mean Macedonia as a geographic term encompassing the lands from Jakupica Mountains up to the Thessaloniki Gulf) like: Slavs, Greek Pontians, Turks, etc. The Slavs have right to be called Slavo-Macedonians, but this does not make them Macedonians. In this case, Macedonian epithet is used as a geographical term. Although most of 'Greeks' inhabiting now in Macedonia are Anatolian colonists (brought from Turkey), they have right to be a citizen of Macedonia but they cannot consider themselves related to the real Macedonians. RealMacedonian stands only for Albanian. So, agree with the facts. Macedonia's ancient history is trully marvelous...so it is OK to be a bit of jelaous but, you should not bypass the red line. The red line is that nobody can replace Albanians as the descendants of old Macedonians. Enjoy watching!
  • Janet Kuypers reads poem "Burn It In" Janet Kuypers reads the poem the 1997 poem "Burn It In", at thePolitically UNcorrect poetry open mic at Jesse Oaks in Lake County (north of Chicago) on 07/17/07. For more information on this writing and other writings from Janet Kuypers, go to for more information and details.\ this is the poem Burn It In Once I was at a beach off the west coast of Florida it was New Year's eve and the yellow moon hung over the gulf like a swaying lantern. And I was watching the waves crash in front of me with a friend and the wind picked up and my friend just stared at that moon for a while and then closed his eyes. I asked him what he was thinking. He said, "I wanted to look at this scene, and memorize it, burn it into my brain, record it in my mind, so I can call it up when I want to. So I can have it with me always." I too have my recorders. I burn these things into my brain, I burn these things onto pages. I pick and choose what needs to be said, what needs to be remembered. Every year, at the end of the year I used to write in a journal recall the things that happened to me log in all of the memories I needed to keep because that was what kept me sane that was what kept me alive. When I first went to college I was studying to be a computer science engineer, I wanted to make a lot of money I wanted to beat everyone else because burned in my brain were the taunts of kids who were in cliques so others could do the thinking for them because burned in my brain were ...
  • Pt.2 - Strange Fire Bug Phenomenon Happening In The Gulf! June 30 at 12:15 PM I noticed on BPs live video feed the well head they were showing at the time was burning as if having some type of chemical reaction fire taking place, I watched as ROVs and different pieces of underwater equipment used some type of white chemical spray to combat what ever was making it heat up. All they could do is cool it down then it would heat right back up, this went on for 14 hours before they finally just abandoned the well, they all left leaving the fire hose nozzle hanging above the well head in what looked to be burning oil and or natural gas... Thats when I made my first video about this and I began to CLOSELY monitor the live video feeds 24/7 recording probably 100 hours of footage so far. I watched as they investigated numerous things and I watched as they found four pieces of equipment that seemed to be infected/infested with some type of bug that flies/swims through the water. I watched as this bug has actually embedded itself in the steel and then I watched as it turned red hot. When these things are embedded and they are manipulated such as if the ROV grabs onto what ever steel that they are embedded in they immediately turn red hot, maybe its because of the agitation I do not know. I watched as they attacked on ROVs wrist area, They also seem to have some intelligence. I have seen this 'bug" embedd itself all over the well head, its in the pipes, anything that is steel it seems to be able to go into like it is not even there. I dont ...
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  • CNN interviews Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) on the EPA ASPECT Aircraft Wednesday, July 13, 2010, CNN's Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. Correspondent Ines Ferre interviewed Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) who fought to keep the EPA's ASPECT Aircraft flying. ASPECT (Airborne Spectral Photometric Environmental Collection Technology) is the Nation's only 24/7 airborne emergency response chemical and radiological mapping program. Dr. Robert Kroutil, the team's lead scientist, figured out how to reprogram ASPECT's software to ensure that it detect the difference between oil, oil sheen, algae blooms, and turbulent water. From the air, algae and oil look similar. ASPECT's new capability to detect oil makes the aircraft invaluable to the efforts surrounding the environmental disaster that BP created on April 20, 2010. Prior to Rep. Taylor's leadership in organizing the response efforts for Mississippi, the response was characterized as playing Marco Polo in the Gulf like a bunch of headless chickens. Leveraging his 13 years in the US Coast Guard where he lead search and rescue efforts and his leadership in the Katrina aftermath, Rep. Taylor's expertise has ensured that the ASPECT team remain in the Gulf and be tasked with flying the Mississippi Gulf. Equally as important, Rep. Taylor is the reason that the coordination between what was in the air, the ground, and the water has turned into a smoother, cooperative, and effective effort to prevent oil from entering the Mississippi Sound.
  • Pt.1 - Strange Fire Bug Phenomenon Happening In The Gulf! June 30 at 12:15 PM I noticed on BPs live video feed the well head they were showing at the time was burning as if having some type of chemical reaction fire taking place, I watched as ROVs and different pieces of underwater equipment used some type of white chemical spray to combat what ever was making it heat up. All they could do is cool it down then it would heat right back up, this went on for 14 hours before they finally just abandoned the well, they all left leaving the fire hose nozzle hanging above the well head in what looked to be burning oil and or natural gas... Thats when I made my first video about this and I began to CLOSELY monitor the live video feeds 24/7 recording probably 100 hours of footage so far. I watched as they investigated numerous things and I watched as they found four pieces of equipment that seemed to be infected/infested with some type of bug that flies/swims through the water. I watched as this bug has actually embedded itself in the steel and then I watched as it turned red hot. When these things are embedded and they are manipulated such as if the ROV grabs onto what ever steel that they are embedded in they immediately turn red hot, maybe its because of the agitation I do not know. I watched as they attacked on ROVs wrist area, They also seem to have some intelligence. I have seen this 'bug" embedd itself all over the well head, its in the pipes, anything that is steel it seems to be able to go into like it is not even there. I dont ...
  • Janet Kuypers part of poem "Burn It In", 08/14/05 at Beach Janet Kuypers performed this poem in the live Chicago feature at the Beach Poets (Loyola Beacg, Chicago) August 14th, 2005. Because this is a live venue on the beach, there were no microhpones, and since Janet Kuypers has a bit of distance between her and the camera (and there is also a bit of wind off of Lake Michigan in Chicago) it is often not very easy to hear the poems from this show. But if you want to either see the full show, or hear studio mp3 recordings from this show, go to the web page to get the sudio clips, or even the chapbook that was released on the same day with this event. This is the original poem: Burn It In Once I was at a beach off the west coast of Florida it was New Year's eve and the yellow moon hung over the gulf like a swaying lantern. And I was watching the waves crash in front of me with a friend and the wind picked up and my friend just stared at that moon for a while and then closed his eyes. I asked him what he was thinking. He said, "I wanted to look at this scene, and memorize it, burn it into my brain, record it in my mind, so I can call it up when I want to. So I can have it with me always." I too have my recorders. I burn these things into my brain, I burn these things onto pages. I pick and choose what needs to be said, what needs to be remembered. Every year, at the end of the year I used to write in a journal recall the things that happened to me log in all of the memories I needed to keep because that was what ...
  • John Hiatt, Loving a Hurricane - Roland TD-9SX Drum Cover by DaddyDrums1 I was going thru my playlist this morning when this song came up. My daughter had never heard it before, but half-way through she was singing along - "wiiiiiiiild, wiiiiiiiild...". I found myself jammin' to the beat too. It's just a straight-forward, rock & roll song. The beats and fills are really simple but I didn't even try to learn them exactly (as you will probably see). I just got out the camera and did a single take, to keep it fresh.
  • Pt.3 - Strange Fire Bug Phenomenon Happening In The Gulf! June 30 at 12:15 PM I noticed on BPs live video feed the well head they were showing at the time was burning as if having some type of chemical reaction fire taking place, I watched as ROVs and different pieces of underwater equipment used some type of white chemical spray to combat what ever was making it heat up. All they could do is cool it down then it would heat right back up, this went on for 14 hours before they finally just abandoned the well, they all left leaving the fire hose nozzle hanging above the well head in what looked to be burning oil and or natural gas... Thats when I made my first video about this and I began to CLOSELY monitor the live video feeds 24/7 recording probably 100 hours of footage so far. I watched as they investigated numerous things and I watched as they found four pieces of equipment that seemed to be infected/infested with some type of bug that flies/swims through the water. I watched as this bug has actually embedded itself in the steel and then I watched as it turned red hot. When these things are embedded and they are manipulated such as if the ROV grabs onto what ever steel that they are embedded in they immediately turn red hot, maybe its because of the agitation I do not know. I watched as they attacked on ROVs wrist area, They also seem to have some intelligence. I have seen this 'bug" embedd itself all over the well head, its in the pipes, anything that is steel it seems to be able to go into like it is not even there. I dont ...
  • Day 167: Wind is actually not so awesome. Yeah, it's freakin windy outside. And not just by the gulf. Like in normal places that have like... grass and stuff. It's windy. I can't help it. You'll have to take that up with God. Speaking of God, I did vlog at the beach about the whole religion/church thing that Liz asked us about in her blog last Sunday, but I just didn't have the heart to make you all have to listen to me talk about faith and my beliefs while straining to hear me over the freakin wind. I will vlog about that next week. Promise. Check out our website:
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  • Crist: 'Urge Floridans to prepare for Ike As Hurricane Ike barrels toward South Florida, Americans can be sure they won't have to endure another catastrophic failure of a hurricane protection system. That's because South Florida doesn't have a hurricane protection system. As South Floridians like to say: Ay dios mio! Ike is now scheduled to pass just south of Miami as a Category 4 storm; National Hurricane Center researchers recently concluded that a Cat 4 hitting Miami could cause $70 billion in damage. To use another South Florida-ism: Oy vey! Dangling into the Gulf like a continental afterthought, Florida has always been Mother Nature's favorite American target, absorbing eight named storms in 2004 and 2005 alone. The state has gotten better at preparing for hurricanes, with stricter building codes and well-rehearsed evacuation plans. But it's still dangerously exposed - not only to the elements, but to financial ruin. It's got the nation's most dysfunctional property insurance market, a byproduct of life in harm's way. Fitch's ratings agency concluded in March that if a big storm hits Florida, "the fragile market could effectively collapse." Ike could well be a Gustav-like bust rather than a Katrina-like disaster (See photos of Hurricane Gustav here). But eventually, disaster will visit the peninsula, and it's still not clear who's going to pay the tab. "It's going to be a financial nightmare," says Cecil Pearce of the American Insurance Association. "Florida is the nation's basket case." Hopefully it won't ...
  • The Agent Insight Tour: Day 17 Mike and Chris cruise the hot handle of Florida as the insight tour approaches its final destination. Visions of sun, sand, and the Bearded-One emerge primordially from the glistening waters of the gulf like a warmhearted mirage to weary-eyed travelers.
  • NEW PIRATE PARTY CANADA - BP murders children with COREXIT Children are murdered in the Gulf by BP COREXIT just in time for Christmas. Shame. The three year old boy described in this video is dead. I give the little guy a month or two tops. The kid has toxic shock - his organs have shut down. The only way this boy will be saved is through radical intervention. He must be moved out of the Gulf (recommendation to Washington state). He must then be put through a detox process. At best we can add some years to his life. 3 years old and dead is a sad testament of our humanity. Help save lives in the Gulf like this one - donate, volunteer your time, or make your home available to Gulf coast refugees. Project Gulf Impact:
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  • Bp Buys 32 of Kevin and Dan Costner filtration system Machines June 15, 2010.avi Waterworld" star and his scientist brother Dan Costner run Costner Industries Nevada Corporation (CINC), Sold 32 filtration system to BP, designed by his brother Dan to recycle oil we this working in the Gulf like Yesterday.
  • Health expert BP running Gulf like a 'prison warden'.
  • All-Hands Town Hall - 2011 Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today released the Department of the Interior's Strategic Plan for 2011-2016, outlining the Department's goals for America's Great Outdoors, commitments to American Indian communities and responsible natural resource development. The five-year plan also emphasizes the Administration's commitment to stronger science-based decision-making, higher ethical standards for employees as well as greater transparency and accountability to the American public. "This blueprint provides a vision for a 21st Century Department," said Salazar, who outlined the plan in remarks to Interior employees at an All-Hands Town Hall at Interior Headquarters. "It sets out mission priorities and guides our investments and allocation of resources for stewardship of America's Great Outdoors, sustainably managing natural resources and strengthening our nation-to-nation relationship with American Indian Tribes and Native Alaskans. The plan also underscores our focus on enhanced safety for offshore energy development, stronger environmental protection and support for renewable energy technologies."
  • BP's 'Static Kill' Plan "BP STATIC KILL...Are they experimenting?" CBS news reports that the next plan of action for the BP crew is to perform what's known as a "Static Kill". Because the leak has been contained...with seepage being reported and views of a cracked sea floor, I'm not sure what their definition of containment is, The same '"Mud" used in the failed "Top Kill" procedure will be pumped into the well in hopes to seal it off. As CBS reports, this is like rolling the dice because if it fails of causes harm to the well head the options will have ceased and oil will start to flow back into the Gulf like never before......back to square one? check out: