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The Zombie Bus, Part I

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 in Alt Energy, Tiny Homes, & Structures, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

My Yet Unnamed Zombie Bus

By Kevin Hayden –

The School Bus Zombie RV Conversion 

Being an avid camper and adventure seeker, I am always looking for new and innovative ways to experience the great outdoors.  I love to hit the road and enjoy the drive just as much as the destination sometimes.  In my wanderings, I purchased an 8’x 5’ enclosed cargo trailer, similar to the many tear-drop campers you see on the road.  I installed new carpet, built a bed, and added a side entry door to it, but I still was not happy.  The very low ceiling height made it quite cumbersome to change clothes in or do anything other than..uh… sleep.  Granted, that was my initial goal – but now things have changed.

I began looking at pop-up trailers and small RVs, but the cost and upkeep seemed like it would be more of a hassle than pleasure.  Plus, after being a police officer for a number of years, I’ve seen what happens to RVs after a crash or rollover.  There isn’t anything left.  Most RVs are made with very small 2×2’s and literally stapled together. ...

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Why ‘Break the Matrix’ Failed.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Social Networking

Why BTM Failed

Posted by AdamAdamR on Tue, 10/13/2009 – 10:44pm in
Break the Matrix has seemingly failed to accomplish its goals. The goals of the website were to establish a social networking community based on free speech, libertarian ideology, and political fundraising.

The site grew out of the momentum and excitement following Ron Paul’s run for the presidency and his fundraising records. It seemed like a new era of internet fundraising was suddenly booming and politicians and media savvy entrepreneurs wanted to master the techniques.

In addition to its intended for-profit fundraising goals, the site aimed to attract tens of thousands of viewers through intelligent, lively discussions and presentations that were outside the realm of mass media.

article_break_the_matrix_logoMany participants in the Paul campaign witnessed the untruthful and distasteful attempts to attack, smear and marginalize Paul for daring to mention the taboo topics of: the Fed, the overseas empire, generational debt and bankruptcy, and ending the wars. Since these are the most relevant topics to the practical life of every American, Paul received an up-swelling of grass roots support. Paul didn’t lose the race due to lack of funds (he retained some unspent millions for future endeavors).


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Dr. Mary’s Monkey – Book Review

Posted on Nov 16, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

Dr. Mary’s Monkey

Edward T. Haslam, 2007, ISBN 9780977795307

This book gives a very different view of recent American history.

In the 1950s, Jonas Salk developed a vaccine against polio, then ravaging America. It involved inoculating children with dead polio viruses, so their bodies would build up immunity. Just before the mass inoculation was to begin, a technician injected the vaccine into some monkeys. The supposedly dead viruses were not exactly dead, so thousands of children contracted polio. The safer Sabin vaccine was quickly developed, and rushed into production.

The bigger problem for the Salk vaccine was that it was impregnated with cancer-causing monkey viruses (imagine the panic if that became known). Consider today’s epidemic of soft tissue cancers. A secret program was rushed into existence to look for some sort of vaccine. Such a program involved lots of mice (thousands), and someone to do the day-to-day observing of the mice, someone like David Ferrie (later to be well-known in JFK assassination circles). A defrocked priest and former airline pilot, he was a long-time CIA asset. Also needed in such a project was a cancer expert to do the actual mutating of the viruses....

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Web Bot Project

Posted on Nov 11, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

Source: Mirror of Aphrodite

Maybe some of you have heard of The Web Bot Project, but for those of you who have not, it’s quite intriguing. The Web Bot Project, developed in the late 1990’s, was created to assist in making stock market predictions.

The technology uses a system of spiders to crawl the Internet and search for keywords, much like a search engine does. When a keyword is located, the bot program takes a snapshot of the text preceding and following the keyword. This snapshot of text is sent to a central location where it is then filtered to define meaning.

The project’s concept is aimed at tapping into the collective unconscious of the universe and it’s inhabitants. As well, there is an interesting time concept involved and an unusual concept of a “tipping point” regarding the past, current, and future times.

So you see, this goes a bit deeper than simply viewing what those of us on the Internet are saying, folks.

In 2001, the bot operators began to notice that stock market predictions were not the only matters being accurately predicted by the program and they began to take notice of the coincidence with occurrences and explored it further....

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Fort Hood Vendetta

Posted on Nov 06, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

By Kevin Hayden

November 6th, 2009

Truth is

[Editorial note at end of story]

By now, you’ve heard about the mass shooting at the Ft. Hood Army Base in Texas on the 5th of November.  Like you, when I first heard about it, my imagination went into overdrive.  Was it a terrorist event?  Could it have actually been a U.S. soldier that committed this crime?  Was the base security breached by outsiders intent on inflicting as much damage as possible?  These were my initial thoughts, but then my brain went into 2nd gear and I realized it was November the 5th.  This day holds a special meaning to several people, especially those who are involved with the ‘Liberty Movement’ and Tea Parties or fans of the movie ‘V for Vendetta’.


You might recall the 5th of November was when Guy Fawkes [and others] attempted to blow up Parliament in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.  Their goal was to displace Protestant rule by blowing up the Houses of Parliament while King James I and the entire Protestant, and even most of the Catholic, aristocracy and nobility were inside....

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6 Year Old with Brain Cancer Leaves Notes

Posted on Nov 04, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

6-Year-Old Girl with Brain Cancer Hid Love Notes for Her Parents to Find After Her Death

November 4, 2009 at 1:39 am

Source: NeatoRama

Hayden’s note: Now, I normally don’t post stories like this, but I couldn’t help but smile when I read this story.  Hopefully you will, too.

Elena Desserich, 6 yr old with brain cancer

Elena Desserich, who died from brain cancer at 6 years old



When 6-year-old Elena Desserich was diagnosed with brain cancer, she began hiding hundreds of little love notes around the house for her parents to find after she was gone. Here’s the story:



Just before her sixth birthday, Elena Desserich (right) was diagnosed with brain cancer and given 135 days to live. She lived 255 days, passing away in 2007. After her death, Elena’s parents, Brooke and Keith, found hundreds of notes from Elena hidden around the house — in between CD cases, between bookshelves, in dresser drawers, in backpacks….


“It just felt like a little hug from her, like she was telling us she was looking over us”

Elena left hundreds of notes like these:

See more of Elena’s notes

Elena’s parents, Brooke and Keith Desserich, have now published these notes in a book called Notes Left Behind to fund a non-profit organization The Cure Starts Now dedicated to fighting pediatric brain cancer....

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Posted on Oct 23, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

Natural Magick Shop .com Magick potions, ritually crafted for the modern practicioner I am always on the lookout for great incense.  There is just something about the smell of burning incense that brings a calmness over me.  In my searches, I stumbled across the 'Natural Magick Shop', who has an extensive offering of various hand crafted oils, incense, candles and other goodies.  I assumed that these hand mixed oils and incense would cost quite a bit, but was pleasantly surprised at the low cost!  They have an extensive shop, carrying countless choices of teas, brews, massage oils, bath products, stones, potions and herbal remedies!  And don't think you have to be a witch or something to enjoy these amazing products.  Is your girlfriend's birthday coming up?  Want to

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Alex Jones’ New Movie: Fall of the Republic

Posted on Oct 23, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Movies, TV, & Video Games

Fall of the Republic So, Alex Jones' new movie has debuted, 'Fall of the Republic'.  I have not had a chance to watch it myself yet, so I will hold my comments for now.  He's had some decent movies in the past, but over the last few years I have found him to be rather troubling.  Those that know him and his site,, understand all too well what I mean.  You either love him or hate him, but I give credit where credit is due and he occasionally hits one outta the ballpark. I'm not calling this one a grand slam quite yet (let me watch it at least, eh?), but for YOUR viewing pleasure, I present you his latest film - Fall of the Republic. Let me know if it's any good, okay? Source: Fall Of The Republic documents how an offshore corporate cartel

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Wind + Boredom = Midnight Kite Flying

Posted on Oct 20, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

So, the weather has been extremely windy lately and there I was at midnight; bored and drinking vodka. I stepped out onto the back porch to smoke a cigarette and suddenly exclaimed, "Oh man! This is perfect kite flying weather! I wish I had a kite!" Before my g/f could even respond with, "You're so weird" or any number of other remarks, I screamed (almost to myself), "I DO have a kite!" I had forgotten about the small stunt kite I bought years ago and had packed away in some unknown box. I ran to my spare room and quickly found it and yelled at my g/f to put her shoes on 'cuz we're gonna go fly a kite! At midnight. In 45 mph winds. And it only got tangled in the powerlines ONCE!

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