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But is it secure?
Remember when the Roam Labs Snowball Cam was cool? Yeah, things change.
LIVE-SHOT is a new concept. You can challenge yourself and compare your skills to other members with our on-line target shooting. We have developed a system where you can control a pan/tilt/zoom camera and a firearm to shoot at real targets in real time.
But wait - there's more.
We are currently working on a very comfortable, ADA compliant blind which will house the LIVE-SHOT shooting system. Once this and the perimeter fencing are completed, will we be able to offer a unique computer assisted hunting opportunity. Disabled and handicapped hunters, as well as others who would like to try this type of hunting, will be able to use our system.
Week In Review
[This week a collaboration. Sorta like voting. It's the will of the readers.]
A Clear Choice
Candidates often say that there is one, and this week we've seen that to be true. A very clear choice was made. Hard to believe isn't it? For some reason you'd think that supporters of President Bush were the minority. Apparently not. They're just maybe not the loudest. Or the most obnoxious.
And it's seems they're still not. Nuff said.
Hmmm...A nude Canadian jumps into the wheel well of a moving plane this week and the rest of the world wants to talk about how stupid we Americans are? A guy can strip naked, sprint across a runway and try to get a free plane ride on the outside of the plane, while Americans choose, with both the electoral and popular vote, to elect an honest, respectable man...a man who has already proven he can do the job, a man who has integrity and values human life...to be their president, and you’re concerned about our intelligence? Very Interesting...
I went to the polls early Tuesday morning and was struck by something very simple and yet profound at the same time. It was here that I was greeted by the normally friendly poll workers that always seem to be there giving a helping hand. It was there that I saw neighbors, some familiar, some not. I saw those like a family friend, a staunch Democrat, standing by his Jeep with a friendly smile. It was here that I found a sense of community; a sense of commonness. We were all in the same boat; feeling the pride of doing our civic duty...together. It didn't seem to matter that my neighbor was a die hard Democrat and I was a red-blooded Christian conservative. There was a sense of comradery and community. We shared friendly conversation and a few laughs. The division of the campaign seemed so far away. Could this be what still makes America great? Could our leaders learn a lesson from the people they serve? Maybe.
A British paper ran the headline:
"How can 58 million people be so dumb?"I think it's time we stopped running from these important questions. It's time to seriously consider their point, and give them an answer.
Here's my answers:
"You still have a queen."How 'bout you? Got any answers?
"I don't know, ask Cornwallis."
Yeah, About That
Various people sent me mail saying that it is awfully fishy that the exit polls and final results were substantially different in some places. I hope someone will follow this up and actually do a careful analysis. Does anyone know of a Website containing all the exit poll data? If we go to computerized voting without a paper trail and the machines can be set up to cheat, that is the end of our democracy. Switching 5 votes per machine is probably all it would take to throw an election and nobody would ever see it unless someone compares the computer totals and exit polls.
That's right folks - have the exit polls ever been wrong? It's not like the exit polls were wrong across the board meaning that the amount of people involved would have made secrecy virtually impossible. Nah, it's not like that.
Yes Sir, Arafat
Joel Rosenberg give his take on the Arafat situation at his new blog. Rosenberg is the author of 'The Last Jihad' and it's sequel 'The Last Days'. Interesting that the story line for the latter novel starts with the assassination of Arafat. Here's part of his post:
The freshly reelected President Bush may soon face a new crisis in the Middle East: the death of Yasser Arafat and a bloody battle of succession that could further destabilize an already war-torn Middle East.
That's the hook, now go read the whole thing.
And if you're wondering just why his opinion matters?
As a communications strategist, he has worked for some of the most influential and provocative leaders in the U.S. and Israel, including Steve Forbes, Rush Limbaugh and former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Scott Ott - Editor-in-Chief at scrappleface - will be on WAEB's morning show during the 9 o'clock hour.
Just thought you might want to know.
Yeah, I'm exhausted. It seems like I've only had four hours sleep the past few nights. Only four hours. I should have had four more hours than the four I had. That way I would have had eight hours sleep. Eight hours would have been better then just four.
And this election was brought to you by the number 4, the letter W, and one big elephant.
9:32 - Florida - Bush
11:30 - Texas - Bush
11:46 - New Mexico - Bush
12:44 - Ohio - Bush
And with Ohio, we call the election.
George W. Bush
[At the same time as Beck. So there.]
1:24 - Thune
1:30 - Iowa - Bush