Saturday, February 18, 2006

Happy Birthday, Son!

24 years ago today, your Dad and I were working very hard together to help you be born. It was not an easy labor, but when you were finally born near 1:30 PM, you looked like you had had the harder time of the three of us, and I anxiously waited for you to cry after they had wrapped you and placed you into my arms. You just snuggled, until I finally asked if you were ok.

The nurse gave a little laugh and said, 'He's fine! Just quiet... but he is fine! We would not be here if he wasn't!'.... and the nurse in me said... oh, right! and relaxed while the mother in me just held you and patted you on the back.

You crawled EARLY, and by six months, I had to teach you how to come DOWN the stairs after you kept insisting on going UP the stairs. By seven months, you pulled yourself up by the tables and chairs, and by eight months, you walked holding one hand. Uncle Dave had a 'heart to heart' talk with you about needing to walk SOON, because he told you...'Your mother walked early, and if you don't get moving, you will let a GIRL beat you!'

I thought ...thanks a lot!

We got you a new pair of shoes (in those days, babies wore those white high top, hard soled shoes), and I put them on you, and just for fun, put you on the floor, standing up. You had been able to do this for short times in bare feet, so I wondered what you would do...

You let out a LOUD AH HAH, and pivoted!! Several moves with one foot and you were facing away from me, let out another whoop....and took off! You were giggling, I was screaming, thinking you were going to fall, running after you, and then I realized... YOU WERE WALKING! At eight months, one week! Oct 26, 1982.... And you have not sat still since.

You learned to crawl up on the kitchen chairs shortly after, and one day I walked into the kitchen from the living room to see you ON THE TABLE reaching for the chandelier-style light! It was fun from then on, trying to keep you off the table and the cupboards... NOT.

You wore out more tape recorders listening to Bible Story tapes at night as you fell asleep. You loved Dan and Louie tapes the best.

And because of family circumstances, you often had to walk home from kindergarten (five blocks, but a long way for a little one...and I felt so bad that I needed to sleep after working the night shift...

And then came the day that you came racing down the hall yelling at the top of your lungs... "MOOOOOMMMMMM, I CAN REEEEEEEEAADDDDDDDDD!" And you read to me...

You had always liked me reading to you, but now, you also wanted books from the li-berry, and the ones you liked the most were Curious George!

You were so proud of making your First Communion, and just beamed as we took pictures!

Family circumstances again made life for you a little more difficult than for some others, but you have grown up to be a tremendous young man. Through two major hip surgeries, even learning the hard way to be courteous, not demanding in the long weeks of recovery... and the SECOND time, stubbornly getting yourself out of bed and into your wheelchair to show ME... while in the full body cast!

Dependable through High School, always going to class on time (well... once I got a call when your ride did not show were missing from school, because... you would not go and both of us so proud when you handed me your Diploma...

I am so very proud of my son. It seems like yesterday that you were born, in many ways. While life was not easy for you always, you have had the courage to grow into a very kind and loving, dependable person. There is nothing you cannot do, if you put your mind to it ... (well, running a Marathon may be a bit hard on the hip, but you know what I mean... grin).

Your name means Gentle, Noble One. And you are that, for sure.

I love you!


Friday, February 17, 2006

Short, but EXCELLENT post!

Oh, how I wish I had thought of this one!

Dr Bob, I agree with you!


Got a very urgent prayer request today:

Please pray for my dil, Deanna, 8 mo. Pg.--she was rushed to hosp.
yesterday ---has a bld. clot next to her ear ( prob. mastoid sinus) is
on blood thinners and antibiotics--her eyes are swollen shut and she
has severe headache, poss. meningitis--if bacterial, antibiotics will
she is in ICU but they are still not sure what else is going on.---I
firmly believe your prayers will heal her--Thanks and God bless---Marti

While I am at it, my niece Laura is due Mar 10th. She fell on ice at work and was hospitalized for two days, as she had landed right on her stomach.

My brother told me this late last night. She is now home, on total bedrest until little one decides it is time to be born. My brother said that 'there was an exchange of blood between her and the baby', and that they were going to induce, but then things settled down, and they decided instead to wait it out. Please also keep Laura, Jason, and baby in prayer.

Oh, my brother said that she is a dispatcher for 911 in a county near us...and that the law enforcement there has now outlawed snow. (This said as we were in the middle of a blizzard... can you tell my brother's sense of humor?? LOL)

And as long as I am asking for prayers, there are two women with cancer, Denise and Mary, who each have a very poor prognosis and need real honest to goodness MIRACLES.

Mary helped me to find the birthparents of my daughters, and I am forever grateful to her.
She is from Wisconsin. The other woman is a very close friend of an online friend of mine, and is from New Jersey.


I had this started about four am on Feb 14th, but then had to quit blogging that day, so just put it into draft.

In doing so, however, I lost WHO I got it from and
WHERE, so today, took time to search for it, and finally found the website. You can make one, also, and even have a T-shirt made for yourself about your Blog, if you choose.

It was kind of fun to see what came up! So thank you to the blogger that I saw it on...sorry that I can't remember where it was anymore. If you let me know, I would appreciate it!

God bless!

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Rivera Compared Hunting Accident to Chappaquiddick!!

Last night, I listened to Geraldo Rivera on O'Reilly comparing the Hunting Accident of Dick Cheney to the Chappaquiddick Episode of Ted Kennedy.

WHAT?? Not even close, Geraldo! Not even close!

Dick Cheney stood by his friend, got help for his friend, sent the Physician's Assistant that traveled with him WITH his friend to the hospital!

CHENEY: He was laying there on his back, obviously, bleeding. You could see where the shot had struck him. And one of the fortunate things was that I've always got a medical team that's covering me wherever I go, and I had a physician's assistant with me that day. Within a minute or two, he was on the scene, administering first aid.


CHENEY: I had no idea how serious it was going to be. I mean, it could have been extraordinarily serious. You just don't know at that moment. You know he's been struck, you know that there's a lot of shot that hit him. But you don't know — you think about his eyes. Fortunately he was wearing hunting glasses that protected his eyes.

You just don't know. And the key thing as I say, initially, was that the physician's assistant was right there. We also had an ambulance at the ranch because one always follows me around wherever I go. And they were able to get the ambulance there. Within about 30 minutes, we had him on his way to the hospital.

HUME: And what did you do then? Did you get up and go with him or did you go to the hospital?

CHENEY: No, I had told my physician's assistant to go with him, but the ambulance was crowded and they didn't need another body in there. And, so we loaded up and went back to ranch headquarters, basically. That's about 7:00 at night and...


CHENEY: From the hospital and so forth. Couple of people who'd been guests at the ranch went up to the hospital — I think one of them was a doctor. He obviously had some professional capabilities, in terms of being able to relay messages. But we really didn't know until Sunday morning that Harry was probably going to be okay, that it looked like there hadn't been any serious damage to any vital organ. And that's when we began the process of notifying the press.

The only thing he did NOT do is to call the White House Press Corps and give them the 'scoop'. He deferred that to the wife of his friend, who then had the right to tell others in her own words what had happened, as well as to be able to give correct medical information.

Ted Kennedy, on the other hand, was a married man in the car with a female who was NOT his wife, and went off the bridge into water apparently at a hight rate of speed.

He saved himself, left her, did NOT yell or get any help for her, and did not report it until much later ( 9 hours! ). He sent NO emergency services to aid her, and had no intention of doing so. In spite of the fact that there were houses on the road, not far from the bridge, he made NO attempt to rouse/wake the occupants of those homes to get help!

He went back and asked the first person he saw to get two attorneys who were also at the party, and even when the car was found, its owner identified, Mary Jo Kopechne found and removed... he STILL said nothing to those who asked him if he knew about it!

THAT is a cover-up, people!!

THAT is something to be suspicious of.

THAT is something worthy of this kind of media coverage.

AND that is something significant enough to suggest RESIGNING office over!

That they are even remotely similar in his mind BOGGLES mine!

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Breaking News from Greta Van Susteren

Listening in the background to Fox News, they broke in with a news alert. Greta was announcing that Joran Van Der Sloot's parents and Joran had been coming to the US for an interview. As they touched down on US soil, each was served with papers for a Civil Suit.

So, as the plane carrying Joran touched down, he was handed the paper...

It is from Natalie Holloways' parents' attorney, and was not made public until all were served.
Apparently they wanted it done at the same time so that Joran's father could not alert his son not to come, so it was coordinated, and also filmed for evidence. They could not be served unless they were IN the US, on our soil.

Not sure what time the announcement came on, as I have been busy since then, but wanted to get this on my blog so if anyone reads it and is interested, they can watch her show at 9 PM ET. She will have more on this story on her program.

Fr Rob of Thrown Back

Getting around to reading some of my favorite blogs this afternoon.

Fr Rob's has an excellent post from Feb 10th that I wish I had found sooner, entitled Peace, Religion of. He brings up issues that I had kept on the back burner of my mind for awhile, including the very school (Catholic) that he is talking about.

At the time the news broke about Muslims wanting to take a Catholic School and make it a Muslim school, I remember our own Catholic High Schools where we also had Muslim and other non-Catholic students attending. None were ever required to take Catholic religion courses or to attend Mass. They could CHOOSE to, if they so desired, respectfully. But it was not a requirement, ever.

I therefore could not imagine that it would be a requirement in other schools, either.

Fr Rob mentioned the murder of one priest, Fr Andrea Santoro in Turkey, but that isn't the only example from Turkey:
A priest is beaten in Izmir, to the cries of “we will kill you all”

At the same time, however, his article and others I have been reading raised the hair on the back of my neck, especially in light of the increasing population of Muslims in European countries..........

Warnings have been 'out there' for a long time already, dating back even further than this piece from | May 12, 2003
A New Muslim Country

I also found these to be interesting reading:

The radicalisation of Muslim youth in Europe: The reality and the scale of the threat

Testimony of Claude Moniquet, Director General of European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center April 27, 2005
Hearing of the Committee on International Relations
Subcommittee on Europe and Emerging threats
United States House of Representatives

Show Them Who Is the Boss in France
From the desk of Paul Belien
Sun, 2005-11-06 18:19

Those media that tell us that the rioting “youths” want to be a part of our society and feel left out of it, are misrepresenting the facts. As the insurgents see it, they are not a part of our society and they want us to keep out of theirs. The violence in France is in no way comparable with that of the blacks in the U.S. in the 1960s. The Paris correspondent of The New York Times who writes (note from WICatholic, request for archive payment found at this site) that this a “variant of the same problem” is either lying or does not know what he is talking about. The violence in France is of the type one finds when one group wants to assert its authority and drive the others out of its territory. American MSM who imply that there is a direct line from Rosa Parks, the black woman who refused to stand up for a white man on an American bus in 1955, to the rabble that are now throwing molotov cocktails into French buses containing passengers, are misrepresenting the facts. (The only comparison between America and France is that many of the bus drivers in the Parisian suburbs, like those in New Orleans, seem to be white women whose vulnerability attracts rioters and looters).

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Another 'Shot Heard Round The World'

Just read Peggy Noonan's column for today, and I am not sure that I agree with her. The difference is that she has been in the circles of gov't and I am a private citizen from the Midwest.

But I am hoping that if it does happen, it truly IS Cheney's decision, and not pressure instigated at the behest of a MSM that stinks.

The coverage of this 'Shot Heard Round the World' as the Doctor called it on the press conference a bit ago has been an example of hate-mongering and 'shoot him while he's down' thinking. 'Get him!' is what I hear in the anger of the feeding frenzy evident in the White House Press Corps. Revenge, because he did not give THEM the 'scoop', and is not their favorite person.

A terrible precedent to set, IMHO. Driving out elected officials seems to have become viewed by some news correspondents as their primary duty.

We are also (in the medical/dental field) under HIPAA Laws. I was listening yesterday to some of the Medical opinions yesterday, wondering if any of this was in violation of those privacy laws. Apparently, the spokesmen for the Hospital mentioned this today, also.

I also sit here and wonder what happened to the REAL story of the day, and why this was not covered by MSM. Al Gore, a former Vice President, goes to Saudi Arabia and accuses the US of mistreating Arabs, and no one covers it? This to me, when we are at war, when some are thinking that Iraq's weapons of mass destruction may have been shipped there or elsewhere prior to its beginning... when Fires and Hate protests are being manifested throughout the world over CARTOONS printed in Denmark last fall... when the US is already hated for the already prosecuted Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse, and MORE pictures are being released... is, again, IMHO, nearly treason.

To make those statements HERE is bad enough, but to go to the Middle East and make them THERE, speaking as a US CITIZEN, FORMER VICE PRESIDENT of the US... is inexcusable.

But our MSM would rather focus on a hunting accident that was not reported to THEM so that they could 'scoop' the story?

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Two Become One

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Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Dr. Tawfik Hamid At Georgetown on Feb 16, 2006

From the Walid Shoebat Foundation comes this information:

Dr. Tawfik Hamid (This hyperlink is a bio on Walid's site, along with another interview)

Islamic Reformer and Peace activist
(former member of Jemahia Islamia and was an associate of Ayman Al Zawaheri who now advocates against Islamic Terror and supports Israel)
will speak at 7 p.m. at
Georgetown University on
February 16th

at White Gravenor,201B.

NBC, FOX, CN8, Bloomberg Wire and Associated Press are all covering event.

We hope for more press coverage tommorow.

Pray for the safety of Tawfik Hamid a righteous and brave man.

To hear him (as a preview perhaps?), listen here, from Walid's website :

Dr. Tawfik Hamid the former member of Jemahia Islamia latest incredible interview on Voice To America, Click to hear (MP3, 10MB)

I did a little further checking, and found that there is also this information on him. This is a site for an Intelligence Summit being held the same weekend, Feb 17-20, 2006 in Arlington, VA. There is a long list of speakers, seen below.

Bruce Aitken
Alex Alexiev
Luis Gil Armendariz
Maj. Eitan Arusy
Jed L. Babbin
Dr. Shmuel Bar
Zeyno Baran
Marshall Beddoe
Grant Begley
Ilan Berman
Jean-Charles Brisard
Dr. Parris Chang
Saber H. Chowdhury
Peter Clegg
Kevin G. Coleman
Victor Comras
Dr. Michael H. Corcoran
Col. Bill Cowan
Col. Gordon Cucullu
Michael W. Cutler
Nonie Darwish
Olavo de Carvalho
Bill DeGenaro
Dr. Jill Dekker
Andre DeMarce
Simon Deng
Robert M. Eisenberg
Dr. David H. Ellis
Beatrice Fernando
Brigitte Gabriel
Lance Gaines
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross
Dave Gaubatz
Mike German
Rebecca Givner-Forbes
Andy Green
Alain Grignard
Kim Guevara
Olivier Guitta
Wesley O. Hagood
Col. Jonathan Halevi
R. Mark Halligan, Esq.
Dr. Tawfik Hamid
David Hamon
Tom Harb
David Hardingham
Selina Hayes
Cptn. Richard Horowitz
Maneeza Hossain
G. Ken Hunter
Art Hutchinson
Alireza Jafarzadeh
Sunil James
Avi Jorisch
Shaykh Kabbani
Joe Kaufman
Hari H.S. Khalsa
Evan F. Kohlmann
Ali M. Koknar
Gen. Yossi Kuperwasser
Kenneth Kurtz
Dr. Michael A. Ledeen
Col. Juan C.F. Linares
Clare Lopez
Steven Lutz
Cdr. Richard Marcinko
Ryan Mauro
Linda McCarthy
Dr. James E. Miller, Jr.
Richard Miniter
Dan Moniz
Laurent Murawiec
Malcolm W. Nance
GySgt. Bob Newman
Kevin O'Connell
Sheikh Palazzi
Dr. Richard Parton
Joseph P. Payne
Richard Perle
Dr. Walid Phares
Walter Purdy
Entifadh Qanbar
Jamie Reid
Dr. Richard Reiner
Dr. Angel Ribasa
Billy Robinson
Rev. Keith Roderick
Ted Russell
Jesse Sage
Saleem Samad
Frank J. Sauer
Ken Sawka
Michael Scheuer
Stephen Schwartz
Brian Seymour
Dr. Hanan Shai
Eric Shawn
Walid Shoebat
Michael Shrimpton
Wayne Simmons
Erick Stakelbeck
Clark Staten
Joseph J. Stephanides
Alon Stivi
Hollice Stone
Mark A. Tanner
Dr. Peter E. Tarlow
Joseph Tenaglia
Tamar Tesler
Kenneth R. Timmerman
Dennis Treece
Maria Velez de Berliner
Lorenzo Vidino
Dr. Marta Weber
Christopher Westphal
Ira Winkler
Alexandre Winter, Ph.D.
Mark Zaid, Esq.
Jeremy Zakis

Press Tantrum

Seems that others are using the same language as I did regarding the News Meda's tantrum...

Bobby Eberle writes:

Question after question was thrown at White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan… not leading with Iran or some other major issue, but rather, “We’re the White House press corps, so why weren’t we told first???”

The media are doing their best to make an accident on a private hunting trip into a national media controversy. As noted in the Washington Post:

No evidence has emerged to suggest that the shooting was anything more than a hunting accident, but the spectacle of the vice president wounding a prominent Republican at an exclusive Texas ranch has become the punch line for politicians and comedians alike, and has penetrated the popular culture through late-night television.

It has become a “spectacle” because they are making it so. Let’s stop the pouting and temper tantrums and get back to covering REAL news stories. I’m sure the American public would appreciate it.

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And to the DC White House News Pool......


You sound like children angry because THEY did not get the first piece of candy... Pouting and angry little spoiled brats who are ticked because a local news source broke the story that Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot his friend in a hunting accident, and did not give it to them first!

Grow up!

It was an accident. It was NOT a conspiracy.

Though I have heard "Feeding Frenzy" from MANY sources, it was exactly what went through my mind the first day as I watched the anger, the pouting, the utter TEMPER TANTRUM being thrown...and it has not changed with passing time....

GROW UP!!!!!!!!

A link to Michelle Malkin (only because there are too many others...)

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For the Sake of HIS Children????

I sat here listening to Carlie Brucia's murderer, Joseph Smith tearfully pleading for mercy from the Judge, not for himself, but so that his family does not have to suffer any more, and so that he can have contact with his children, and all I can think of is....

Carlie no longer has any contact with her family. Her mother can never see her daughter again...

I have never been a death penalty supporter. Never. No argument for it has ever changed my mind. I have always believed that a Life Sentence should MEAN life in prison without parole for murder. We have had that here in Wisconsin for a long time...

There were a few cases like Ted Bundy (and one in Wisconsin that I do not want to even think about....) where I felt that IF I could ever justify it... they may be the cases that may deserve it.

Then began a massive increase of child rape/murder cases, husbands killing wives and children cases, mothers murdering their children.....and it is getting worse. It seems to be spreading.

Add to that the fact that NOW, we start to see more and more prison breaks, escaped convicts, dangerous people... jail breaks...

And we watch child molesters getting short term sentences, not reporting their locations when on parole, family members or friends lying for them, supplying them with escape funds....

For the first time in my life, I am finding myself thinking... maybe, just maybe, there are cases that deserve NOTHING LESS than the death penalty. I think of Scott Peterson, with his smirk. The coldness there in his eyes. The seemingly total lack of concern that his son is dead, that his wife was dead.

I think of the young girls, Carlie Bruscia, Jessica Lunsford, Sarah Lunde and others over the years (including Cora Jones, Amy Breyer, and Lisa French, and others here in Wisconsin). I think of Susan Smith and her two innocent little boys that she drowned because her boyfriend had rejected her stating, among other things, that he would not raise another man's children.

Lori Hacking of Utah, who had told friends that she was pregnant just before her husband Mark killed her.... Laci Peterson and Connor, who did nothing to deserve to die. And now, Rachel Entwistle and her baby daughter Lillian, allegedly murdered by husband and father, Neil Entwistle....

The recent Six month sentence for a man who'd admitted to raping a little girl from aged 6-10.....

The list goes on and on and on.....

Catechism of the Catholic Church:

2266 The efforts of the state to curb the spread of behavior harmful to people's rights and to the basic rules of civil society correspond to the requirement of safeguarding the common good. Legitimate public authority has the right and duty to inflict punishment proportionate to the gravity of the offense. Punishment has the primary aim of redressing the disorder introduced by the offense. When it is willingly accepted by the guilty party, it assumes the value of expiation. Punishment then, in addition to defending public order and protecting people's safety, has a medicinal purpose: as far as possible, it must contribute to the correction of the guilty party.67

2267 Assuming that the guilty party's identity and responsibility have been fully determined, the traditional teaching of the Church does not exclude recourse to the death penalty, if this is the only possible way of effectively defending human lives against the unjust aggressor.

If, however, non-lethal means are sufficient to defend and protect people's safety from the aggressor, authority will limit itself to such means, as these are more in keeping with the concrete conditions of the common good and more in conformity to the dignity of the human person.

Today, in fact, as a consequence of the possibilities which the state has for effectively preventing crime, by rendering one who has committed an offense incapable of doing harm - without definitely taking away from him the possibility of redeeming himself - the cases in which the execution of the offender is an absolute necessity "are very rare, if not practically nonexistent."68

As I sat here listening to Joseph Smith pleading for HIS life based on the needs of HIS FAMILY, thinking of all those others, remembering the prison escapes, knowing that there will be a lot of money spent trying to appeal the cases over the years .... I find myself thinking that we cannot really protect the children, the wives, and the others even by locking them up in prison for life.

Disjointed musings, I admit. But for the first time in my life, I find that thinking of the Death Penalty for these people almost sounds .... right.

For Ann and Scott Breyer, parents of Amy (Ann and her sister had been my Brownies, and had babysat for my 3 children at one time...) may God bless!

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Harold Cassidy Interview: SD Abortion Task Force

Relevant Radio has a program called The Right Questions with Sheila Liaugminas.

Sheila recently had a guest, Harold Cassidy of South Dakota. She has played parts of the interview over a several day period. Because of the shifts I work, I have never been able to hear most of that interview. I hear part on my WAY to work, and the rebroadcast on my way HOME from work.

Tonight, however, I happened to catch the fact that you can hear it via streaming audio from their website. Each time in the past that I wanted to hear a guest at a time when the program was not on, I was disappointed that they did NOT have a way to listen!

So, I am thrilled to tell you that this is one you do NOT want to miss! If for some reason the links don't work below, you can go here to get them. There are also two articles listed below, one a pdf file that is the South Dakota Abortion Task Force Report and the other an article reporting on it called: Report of the South Dakota Task Force to Study Abortion: A Closer Look.

In the article, this is one woman's comments made at the Task Force Hearing:

According to the report just released by the task force, during the HB 1166 hearings, one woman testified:

"the policy underlying abortion is a lie. First and foremost, because it denies the essential benefit of motherhood. It tells us that we are not forfeiting anything of value for ourselves. We are told we lost nothing, nothing of value. The truth is that the loss is massive. Massive and life altering. Your House Bill 1166 provides 5 an important and essential message that the pregnant mother does have a great benefit, that her child already exists and that she has this existing relationship with her child, and that she has a great fundamental and constitutional right to that relationship, all of which she is giving up, all of which is lost as a result of the abortion...If I had been given this information, I would never had had an abortion."

This may be the most thrilling information for those of us who are Pro-Life to hear! Take the time and listen. For those who are "personally opposed, but ..." you may think differently after hearing Harold Cassidy and what he has to say that they have learned in South Dakota.

The Challenge to Roe v. Wade in South Dakota

The content of the following audio files is the property of Relevant Radio®. Rebroadcast of any part of this audio is prohibited without written permission or acknowledgement of the source.
Harold Cassidy - The Challenge to Roe v. Wade in South Dakota.
Listen (requires Windows Media Player)
Download mp3 of the interview:
Harold Cassidy Part 1
Harold Cassidy Part 2
Harold Cassidy Part 3
Additional information:
Report of the South Dakota Task Force to Study Abortion: A Closer Look

South Dakota Abortion Task Force Report (Under Construction)

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Sunday, February 12, 2006

NoDivorces.Com New Strategy

Got this email from a friend, Dan, who has been working to 
change no fault forced unilateral divorce laws for quite awhile.
It is a very interesting concept!

God bless!


This is Dan from
I just posted something I think just might sink the divorce industry.

It's pretty simple, but if it works, it could shake up this whole
world in a really heavy way, kind of like a social atomic bomb.


Firecracker level is trivial and takes only a few minutes, but as
you go up the levels, Dynamite is still easy, but Super Dynamite is
a little more challenging. Atom Bomb and Super Atom Bomb are still
reachable. I think Neutron Bomb is and perhaps Hydrogen Bomb, but
I'm not sure about Nova and Super Nova. I think they could, but
someone would have to rip into it immediately full speed ahead I
think, but it might be possible.