Saturday, January 3, 2015

Lost a friend

Linda, Layton Howertons wife has passed due to cancer. If you ask me she died due to chemo. Layton and I had a discussion over the phone a couple months ago and decided most chemo is bad medicine

The found Linda's cancer almost 2 years after mine and went to the grave on it. She had been bed ridden for months before she died. Layton doesn't think to well of chemo, told me he would never take chemo and tried to talk his wife out of it.

Say a prayer for Layton and his family. Help him out with all the bills and buy some of his music from Amazon. I need to call him, that is hard for me. I'm next.

 Layton Howerton music

Friday, December 5, 2014

Friday, November 28, 2014

Black Friday Now More Popular Than Thanksgiving

Black Friday is more popular than Thanksgiving, according to Twitter, highlighting America’s trend away from family life and toward Idiocracy-style consumerism.
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving considered the first day of the Christmas shopping season, was mentioned nearly 25% more often than Thanksgiving at their peaks on Twitter, 77,400 times vs. 59,100, social media analytics revealed.

Screenshot of showing how often the hashtag #BlackFriday was used on 11/28.

 Screenshot of showing how often the hashtag #Thanksgiving was used on 11/27.

And not only has Black Friday taken over Thanksgiving on social media, but it’s also slowly starting to take over the holiday itself; more businesses are opening on Thanksgiving Day for Black Friday shoppers, forcing retail workers to spend the holiday not with their families but with violent mobs chasing illusionary deals.

The “deals” are so misleading, however, that retailers are in fact making more money during the holiday period.

It works like this: in the weeks and even months before Black Friday, retailers artificially raise the price of goods above normal to make Black Friday specials look spectacular in comparison.
Even if shoppers were to score a killer deal on a single product, they usually buy it alongside something else with a 98% markup, ensuring that the retailers, not the shoppers, win at the end.
And the shoppers are completely unaware of all this while they punch, kick, and trample each other for the latest electronic slave goods.

Simply put, Black Friday is a hoax and it’s synonymous with how the New World Order works: the top profits off the public fighting amongst themselves.

Meanwhile in China, workers slave away at factories owned by Foxconn and others to keep up with America’s demand for consumer goods, often performing the same monotonous task over and over again for 15 hours straight while earning less than $2.00 an hour.
These workers can’t even afford an Apple iPad with two months of pay and they have to share an on-site dorm room with seven other people.

But even if the workers quit, there’s thousands willing to take their place because the competition for jobs in China is so high.

“The employees always say the people outside want a job,” one worker told Cnet, “and the people inside want to quit.”

These conditions combined caused many of the workers to jump to their deaths from the rooftops of the factories, prompting management to install “suicide nets” around the facilities.

“Some saw the Foxconn suicides as a damning consequence of our global hunger for low-cost electronics,” Joel Johnson of Wired wrote. “Reports from inside the factories warned of ‘sweatshop’ conditions; old allegations of forced overtime burbled back to life.


I am sure we have all seen the the empty headed people with empty lives fighting and stealing from others baskets by now. the one fellow below with the Long shirt really pissed me off, as well as the fat air headed blonde that thought it was funny.. Have we no shame? He should have been home With his dysfunctional family on Thanksgiving.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

First RCC Mass in North America

It's more complex than you think. There are dozens of candidates. The first documented one was at Saint Augustine, Florida, on September 8, 1565. No one denies that. There was a liturgy of thanksgiving (including a meal with the local Timacuan Indians, half a century before Plymouth Rock!). This was at the behest of explorer Pedro Menéndez de Avilés and the Mass was celebrated by Father Francisco López de Mendoza Grajales. A shrine dedicated to Mary -- the first known one dedicated to her in the U.S. -- stands near the site of the liturgy (along with the tallest known Cross, right there on an inlet of the Atlantic).


Just had a blood transfusion.yesterday. Feeling better today for a post. You wouldn't believe how poor you feel with a 7.0 RBC. Thank you blood donors. Man they put a lot of blood in me.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thursday, October 30, 2014

The last Outlaw

He was born in the summer of 1962 shortly before the Cuban Missile Crisis and 15 months before the assassination of JFK. He was born before the world changed and a time of clarity between good and evil and right and wrong all of which has been lost today. That was me.

I grew up in a patriotic United States when everything American was the best. From our values to our automobile. We made the best color TV's in the world. We all shot guns, carried in the window rack and hunted on the weekends. The culture was mostly one generation away from a rural people with little suburbs popping up around the big cities, communities of about 5,000 people. It was an interesting time to live.

Today in 2014 those things are long gone. As the old saying goes, you can't go home. Those were a better time I can assure you as I have lived both. I need not complain about today and the completely screwed up world we live in, because I don't have to suffer it much longer. The Lord will call this Outlaw home soon, as my health continues to deteriorate.

I am about through with the blog. It is hard to write when you are hallucinating. So if you do see another post here it is because I had a good day. But I am going say goodbye before I can't. Y’all been real good to me, thanks for all the prayers and well wishes. You probably see me now and again around Res and Vox's blog.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Lying about Ebola

Exclusive: Patients being "disappeared" to prevent panic

I suspected as much, I also think it has gone airborn. My advice is to avoid public places where large crowds gather. Don't fly or take public transportation if possible. It's a cover up.