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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Sunday's Ride - 1955 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria For Sale

Canoeing with the grandkids.

Thanks Ivan

1974 Chevrolet El Camino - Orleans, Massachusetts

Catholics and Coffee

The people at Starbucks managed to arrange a meeting with the Pope at the Vatican .  After receiving the papal blessing, the Starbucks official whispers, "Your Holiness, we have an offer for you.  Starbucks is prepared to donate $100 million to the church if you change the Lord's Prayer from 'give us this day our daily bread' to 'give us this day our daily coffee.'
The Pope responds, "That is impossible.  The prayer is the word of the Lord. It must not be changed."
"Well," says the Starbucks man, "we anticipated your reluctance.  For this reason we will increase our offer to $300 million."
"My son, it is impossible.  For the prayer is the word of the Lord, and it must not be changed."
The Starbucks guy says, "Your Holiness, we at Starbucks respect your adherence to the faith, but we do have one final offer:  We will donate $500 million - that's half a billion dollars - to the great Catholic Church if you would only change the Lord's Prayer from 'give us this day our daily bread' to 'give us this day our daily coffee.'  Please consider it."  And he leaves.
The next day the Pope convenes the College of Cardinals.
"There is some good news," he announces, "and some bad news.  The good news is that the Church will come into $500 million.
"And the bad news, your Holiness?" asks a Cardinal.
"We're losing the Wonder Bread account.
Thanks Randy

"He aint do no wrong: He just shot a cop. Thassall."

Thanks Randy

Funny Pics.

Thanks Sylvia

Friday, July 31, 2015

Friday's Ride - Roskilde Airshow 2013, Messerschmitt Me 109 G-4, the flight

So Steve; the system is secure? Bwaahahahaaa - there have been no breaches? Bwaahahahaa

Anonymous’ starts slow leaking of cabinet confidences, CSE spy attempts

Members of the hacker group Anonymous released a confidential cabinet document today revealing secrets about the overseas activities of Canada’s spy agencies. The breach revealed both the scope of Canada’s surveillance network and the volume of communications its old and outdated system manages.

The group also released a video claiming that the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) tried to spy on President Barack Obama on Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s orders — and that the espionage, when it was discovered, put the Keystone pipeline project in jeopardy.

Only three foreign stations of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) — based in Washington, London and Paris — have been publicly acknowledged but a document marked “Secret” and allegedly from the Treasury Board of Canada says that Canada has 25 foreign stations, “many of which are located in developing countries and/or unstable environments.”

The stations are staffed by about 70 CSIS personnel who handle approximately 22,500 messages annually — not including “the high volume of extremely sensitive traffic from the Washington station,” according to the document.

The document is dated February 6, 2014 and outlines a proposal to approve approximately $3 million in additional funds to “extend the Service’s (CSIS’s) secure corporate network environment to its foreign stations.”


Dump Steve

1974 Volkswagen Thing - Dearborn, Michigan