Having some serious computer problems (updated)

Just a note to say that I’m having some serious computer problems so will have to take the computer into the shop tomorrow, or sometime this week.

Have had too many crashes lately and also Firefox and Outlook Express (email program) keep locking up and I have to reboot.

Of course, I won’t be able to post depending on when the computer gets fixed.

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Updated June 22, 2010

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Read the Internal Document that Contradicts BP’s Claims on Oil Flow by Sasha Chavkin

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by Sasha Chavkin
ProPublica
June 21, 2010

Rep. Ed Markey has been among BP’s toughest critics in Congress following the Deepwater Horizon blowout, accusing it, among other things, of lowballing its estimates of oil flow.

On Sunday, Markey was at it again. As you may have read, the Boston Democrat released an internal BP document that shows that early company estimates for worst-case oil flow scenarios were far higher than the company has ever acknowledged — up to 100,000 barrels per day if all containment mechanisms were to fail. Take a look at the document for yourself.

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On the edge with Max Keiser: Loren Howe on Slave Societies

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June 19, 2010 — Max Keiser is on the edge of the financial news where future financial scandals, market crashes and monetary crisis begin, be there before it happens

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Dennis Kucinich Announces Right to Know Legislation in Wake of Alfalfa Supreme Court Ruling

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via Congressman Dennis Kucinich
Washington, Jun 21, 2010

Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), a long-time advocate of family farmers and organic foods, today made the following statement after the Supreme Court voted 7-1 to allow the experimental planting of genetically modified alfalfa seed before an environmental review is completed:

“Today the Supreme Court ruled that when it comes to genetically modified organisms, we as consumers, have to wait until the damage is done and obvious, before we can act to protect health and the environment, even if that damage could be irreversible.

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Oliver Stone Tackles Latin America’s Political Upheaval in South of the Border

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June 21, 2010

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A Day in the Gulf by Cindy Sheehan

by Cindy Sheehan
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June 21, 2010

The man in charge of the government that both permitted and abetted the heinous corporate crime (“Drill, baby, drill!”) should, by all rights, be in terminal disgrace. Instead, much of Obama’s “base” behaves as if the First Black President is an innocent party – a victim of circumstances – rather than a facilitator of the corporate enterprise that has spawned the Mother of all Pollutions. — Glenn Ford of Black Agenda Report

I am in New Orleans at a People’s Emergency Response to the cataclysm in the Gulf. It would be nice if the elitists in the world felt like this was an EMERGENCY, but it’s obvious that the crisis plays into the hands of the globalists and the devastation does not bother them at all except for how this will affect them politically.

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