Things i right clicked on

over the years i collected a lot of pictures and forgot where they were from or what exactly they were. finally i decided to start posting these pictures with a small commentary.

Wednesday, May 31, 2006

This is an ancient Armenian cemetary that is being destroyed found the picture on Suburban Crusader its related to the story found here

Will someone please tell me why we send one dime to the residents of samaria, judea and Gaza (palastinians) found this here also scroll down the page i linked to there are many more.

If you know Philadelphia, you know Geno's. Best cheesesteaks in the world. Reader Willie S. sends word via the Philly Inquirer that Joey Vento, the grandson of Italian-born immigrants who owns Geno's, is taking a stand for assimilation and against illegal immigration. The Inquirer does its best to knock down Vento, but his blunt Philly style overrides the paper's wishy-washy open-borders slant:

found this at Michelle Malkins site

this one was also there also. I think i'll file it under how not to eat a philly cheesesteak.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

found here

i found this at Villagers with Torches

cool photoshop done on this story from Villagers with torches

nice graphic on the range of irans missiles that are capable of carrying nuclear or atomic warheads. after they announce that they have the bomb will europe stand strong or keep up the appeasement. graphic and more on this at the Infidel Bloggers Alliance

If your in Murthas District replace him with Diana Irey

Thirty two years is a long time to spend in Washington. For decades, western Pennsylvania looked to John Murtha to stand up for our values. But as the years have drifted by, John Murtha has drifted further and further from the ideals that made this country great. He has become part of the problem in Washington.

While John Murtha is calling for an immediate withdrawal from the war against terror, Diana Irey has been standing steadfastly by our fighting men and women and is committed to finishing the job. And while John Murtha is voting to tax our social security benefits, Diana Irey has been holding the line on taxes and government spending.

This election is about bringing common sense principles back to Congress. Join the fight!

Graphic from a good blog that also has a weekly vlog go check her site out

Thurston County Sheriff's officers stand between protesters and the Port of Olympia fence after a crowd tried to tear the fence down Monday evening following the arrival of a large military ship bound for Iraq

A protester is pulled to the ground by a Thurston County Sheriff's deputy after a group tried to block the entry to the Port of Olympia on Wednesday afternoon.

Thurston County Sheriff's deputies holds protesters to the ground after clearing the entry to the Port of Olympia on Wednesday afternoon.

I found the picture here however what cought my attention is the mask i remember that the kkk cant wear their face covers at public marches why are violent anti war protestors not forced to do the same thing?

HADITHA DAM, Iraq - First Sergeant William R. Shaw and other Marines with Mobile Assault Company, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment bow their heads for prayer during a memorial service for Tiahoga Falls, Ohio native Sgt. Jeremy E. Murray here Nov. 23. Murray, a vehicle commander for the company, was said to be a "Marine's Marine" and will be sorely missed everyone whose life he impacted.
this was found here

a lot more on haditha that the MSM wont publish can be found here

more on Haditha can be found at Hot Air

from The Gates of Vienna seems i learn something new every day

Today, our Memorial Day for 2006, marks the 553rd anniversary of the fall of Constantinople. Paul Belien gives a moving account of the story at Brussels Journal. His recalling of the appeasement that led up to the seizure of the city is especially notable in our time: appeasement is a fool’s vain wish to avoid the predator:

go read the whole thing

Sunday, May 28, 2006

the dreaded ice cream cone lid of blasphemy came back in harpers for those that dont remember some british muslims claimed the swirly was the same as the arabic word for allah and intimidated burger king into removing all the ice cream lids and printing new ones now theres more from this at harpers

the money quote is

In a way, I’m glad he did this to me. It has opened my eyes. The fear of God, the love of God, the love of not letting anyone disrespect God. Even though it means nothing to some people and may mean nothing to some Muslims in this country, this is my jihad. I’m not going to rest until I find the person who is responsible. I’m going to bring this country down.

I found this in my e-mail today HT thomass the caption says it all

Saturday, May 27, 2006

the difference between Us and Them any info on this cartoon would be greatly appreciated

need i say more

Jan III Sobieski (1629-1696) (John Sobieski) was one of the most notable monarchs of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1674 until his death. Although his reign lasted only twenty-two years, it was marked by a period of the Commonwealth's stabilisation, much needed after the turmoil of the Deluge and Chmielnicki's Uprising. Popular among his subjects, he was also a brilliant military commander, most famous for his victory over the Turks in the 1683 Battle of Vienna. For his victories over the Ottoman Empire, he was dubbed by the Turks the "Lion of Lehistan."

more info found here anyone with info on the above painting please let me know

more photoshops from Clarity & Resolve

from stargate sg-1 the best sci-fi out there right now. more info can be found here

I found these here
and here both are hot but which is hotter?

pictures of puppies gotta love em. I found this here

This is from Gates of Vienna which brings forth a question. WW2 gave a big boost to aeronautical companies (mass producing bombers etc...). How many businesses have sprung from the current world war (war on terrorism). A few things pop right up, little known weblogs have grown to mega-blogs, there are Authors that were practicly unknown (to me) are now daily reads. The above button was basicly a gag someone made but apparently has made its way to t-shirts being sold in germany.

Friday, May 26, 2006

Photo: Soldiers of the 3rd U.S. Infantry, The Old Guard, place American flags in front of grave markers during the "Flags In" ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va., May 25, 2006. Defense Dept. photo by William D. Moss

this i came across at Atlas Shrugs go visit her for more

an interesting banner/logo from Clarity & Resolve along with a cool photoshop go over and check out Patrick the Kafir's site.

i found this at the Jawa Report go over and read the whole thing

I never knew my maternal grandfather, but I am proud of his voluntary service and of his supreme sacrifice to our country. RIP.

To my paternal grandfather, who was a pilot in WWII, and a career Air Force officer, thank you for your service. RIP.

To my father who was a Marine--once a Marine, always a Marine--thank you for your service. To my niece, currently a Marine, may God's protection and blessings be upon you in the service of your country.

The image above is from the Punchbowl National Cemetery, where my maternal grandfather is buried.

SR-71 with afterburners

Big Pharoah posted the above picture found here of Iranian students protesting the theocratic rule by the Mullahs

money line is

The angry students chanted:

Freedom, freedom, our inalienable right, nuclear energy is the regime’s “craft”.

System of supremacy must be abolished, Khamenei the supreme leader should be executed.

Kabul yesterday, today Baghdad, Tehran tomorrow

We want neither Sheikh nor mullah, we curse the Spirit of Ruhollah [Khomeini]

“What, what are the use of your slogans, we want justice, water and bread

Death to dictators

Death on the Islamic Republic

Student dies, does not accept disgrace

Students also referred to recent demonstration of their fellow students in cities around the Azerbaijan province and chanted: "Tabrizi, Tabrizi, we stand behind you..."

Graduation Day at Martyr U

of course Iran doesnt support terrorists. this picture was taken by an ap photographer in Iran. the story can be found here.

and the money quote

"Hizbollah, Hizbollah," the crowd chanted as a singing group supported by the Lebanese guerrilla group began songs calling for Islamic resistance. Iran is one of the key backers of the Shi'ite Muslim Hizbollah.

The volunteer bombers waved Qurans, the Muslim holy book, and one held up a placard paraphrasing Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, leader of the 1979 Islamic Revolution: "Our nation is the first to prove that America can't do anything."

"We are here to prove that Muslims -- that Iranians -- have solidarity and we will willingly shed our blood," said Azadeh, a 20-year-old volunteer who wore a postcard of Khomeini and his successor, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, pinned to her white cloak.