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Not A Poppy In Sight At Arlington National Cemetery On Veteran’s Day. Obama Snubs Me.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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1/ King George V’s ‘Great Silence’ proclamation … — July 9, 2013.
2/ Origins Of “Armistice Day” (a.k.a “Poppy Day”) — June 11, 2013.
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Click to access post if you don't believe me ... though I think the whole world knows by now who is THE LIAR in charge.

Click to access post if you don’t believe me … though I think the whole world knows by now who is THE LIAR in charge.


I am so THROUGH with this, the FIRST-AND-LAST black president (at least in the next 100 years).

What is worse is that I always, in the back of my mind, worried that he would end up like this!

I have always been a great believer in Hans Eysenck’s work (given my interest in the workings of the brain).
So, I sure had my suspicions.

I AM SO SORRY.

Most likely the BIGGEST MISTAKE I ever made in my life — and I have made millions, but this is THE MOTHER of the all.

I went door-to-door, I went toe-to-toe.

I took my kids.

I probably knocked on a 1,000 doors, talked to 400 people, made 700 calls, drove 150 miles on election day shuttling voters and
spent hundreds feeding the young volunteers in Laconia with Chinese takeout.

And all the time in the back of my mind I am thinking Eysenck!

To compensate I will do the only thing I can.

Publicize the manifold failings of this, indubitably, the WORST U.S. president ever.

We have a full-size standup Obama figure that I bought in 2008 — because Teischan, then 2 liked it!

This weekend I am taking it to the dump and throwing it in the bin.

I will take a picture of it and post it.
Yes, I thought about doing other things with it,
BUT, unlike him, I have class
and I will never stoop to his level of depravity.

Al Gore Told The Truth When He Said That He & Bill Clinton Found Only 50 Web Pages On The Web In January 1993!

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Anura Guruge


Related posts:
>> Al Gore ‘The Future’ … What I Learned — Feb. 7, 2013.
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Al Gore ‘The Future’ Book Signing Made Me Sad — Feb. 6, 2013.
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Do NOT Buy Al Gore’s ‘The Future’ In Hardback — Feb. 6, 2013.
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Is Al Gore Gay? — Feb. 6, 2013.
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Al Gore In Concord, NH, February 6 — Feb. 5, 2013.


Al Gore at the Concord, NH ‘BAM’ book signing on Wednesday, February 6, 2013. Click to ENLARGE.


I am GLAD. Though there are things that I do not agree with him about, in particular ‘global warming‘, and I detest his hypocrisy and blatant pimping to the almighty dollar, I don’t dislike him!

So, I really did NOT want to take him to task for making another ‘I invented the Internet‘ remark.

In Concord, on Wednesday, at his book signing, he made this statement: ‘When Bill Clinton and I got to the White House we checked the Web and found that there were only 50 Web pages‘.

There was no reaction from the audience. I was not in a position to comment.

I was a very late adopter of the Web. I was Mr. SNA and the Web was SNA’s direct enemy. I was busy making money with SNA-related initiatives.

I think I only started using the Web, intermittently at that, in 1996. To make it worse, in those days I was a rabid Mac user. Didn’t have a PC and bad mouthed Windows like there was no tomorrow. Getting a Web browser for Macs was NOT EASY. You had to buy Navigator, in a white box — for what I think was $79.99. Then there were all sorts of tweaks you had to do to get it to run properly. That wasn’t a problem. I used to be a Mac expert. Navigator for Macs also was notoriously flaky! But, I had learned, by trial and error, all the tricks. If you kept the cursor in certain places … Navigator would not hang! I kid you not. I cannot remember the exact scenarios, but I do remember that you had to make sure that the cursor was underneath (but not in) the address bar trench when you started some operation. If not, Navigator would hang.

Last night I did some quick checking. I couldn’t get a good number for 1992 and 1993. Today I found that there were 623 Web pages at the END of 1993 — but remember 1993 of the pivotal year when Mosaic, the first graphical Web browser, came online. So that would have precipitated the growth of many Web sites. Then today I found this. Not sure how accurate it is, but it says 50. Never sure whether they got it from Al or Al got it from them. But …