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Androgynous
You scored 73 masculinity and 83 femininity!
You scored high on both masculinity and femininity. You have a strong personality exhibiting characteristics of both traditional sex roles.



This test tracked 2 variables. How the score compared to the other people's:


Higher than 79% on masculinity

Higher than 94% on femininity


Link: The Bem Sex Role Inventory Test written by weirdscience on Ok Cupid

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So, joe761, your LiveJournal reveals...



You are... 4% unique (blame, for example, your interest in turnkeys) and 40% herdlike (partly because you, like everyone else, enjoy theatre). When it comes to friends you are lonely. In terms of the way you relate to people, you are keen to please. Your writing style (based on a recent public entry) is conventional.

Your overall weirdness is: 22

(The average level of weirdness is: 27.
You are weirder than 49% of other LJers.)


Find out what your weirdness level is!


I'm 49% weirder than other lj-er's! Yeehaw!
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Friday, March 09, 2007

new feature!!! -- nvr@yourdoor's wall of shame.
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new feature!!!! -- nvr@yourdoor's wall of shame.

introducing a new feature here on nvr's blog. many people send me private messages to criticize my posts but never do post their opinions on the actual blog, which i think is too bad, because if they did post directly to the blog, i could answer right there and in the various attitudes i have throughout the day and i think it would make entertaining reading, i suspect that they actually fear the wrath of nvr! it is right that they should!

lots and lots of people read yer ol' pals blog, but never bother to add comments, which is fine... perhaps some are fearful of government retribution and i don't blame them one bit, the motherfuckers scare me to death!

today i am featuring three new wall of shamers and these are fairly typical of the kind of hate mail i recieve privately.

Dear Nvr,

I think your blogs are shameful! you are always trashing our president, disrespecting our troops and damaging the minds of our children. I shudder to think how many young minds you've poisoned with your journalistic terrorism! and your endless drug references, send the wrong message to our kids. To me you are a traitor! you should be taken out and shot!

A. Patriot


i think your letter is shameful! i can see why you didn't have the balls to post it publicly. it's because of people like you, that our country has gone to hell in a handbasket!

dear slimeball,

You've got a lot of goddam gall talking about the president and our nations struggle against terrorism the way that you do. Here is your idiotic picture and your sitting there looking like you just woke up after sleeping for 40 years and your still thinking it's the hippie, Vietman era. You need to wake up and smell the coffee, it's 2007, not 1967. You don't know anything about the real world today. Your insane!


lol. well maybe i am insane, but that doesn't mean that what i say isn't true!

I think you're very dangerous. You drone on and on about things that are better left to the president, the vice president and the joint chiefs. As a career military man, I wish the president would declare martial law, so that crazy, troublemakers like yourself could be rounded up and re-educated in a manner appropriate to you level of dangerousness. I am going to forward copies of your subversive blog to the proper authorities and hopefully they will do something about your menacing viewpoints.

hmm... okay. well, you do that. yeah maybe i could be sent to gitmo or something, that would serve me right wouldn't it? ...you insane freak!

and that is the "wall of shame" folks!

in future, i would prefer if you're going to write such things that you post them to the comment section of the blog so i can answer you publicly... since you are so bold as to say these things then why not have them be public and as i said above it would be very entertaining to my readers and to yours truly.

otherwise feel free to send me more hate mail so that you might be featured on nvr@yourdoor's wall of shame!

nvr

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So sorry folks...
Yer ol' pal nvr has been very, very busy
and I'll try to catch up over here soon!

Have a great and psychedelic day, if possible
or at least a great one!

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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

bush presents proposals, to distract us from the real issue.... i don't think so!
Current mood: annoyed



the president presents his state of the union speech and attempts to shift attention off of his iraq plan by talking about things he has no intention of actually doing anything about.

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush's push for a new immigration policy and his acknowledgment of global climate change as a serious concern won praise from presidential candidates in both parties Wednesday even as they split on partisan lines over Iraq.
Bush appealed to Congress in his State of the Union speech to give his Iraq strategy a chance to work, running into a wall of skepticism, especially from Democrats who control the House and Senate.


a new immigration policy... insofar as the author is concerned, this is a non-problem. a few years back, gool ol' lou dobbs wanted to criticize the presidents policies, but the president was riding so high then, that nobody (except the author.) dared criticize or question him on any sort of national security issues, so he decided to start droning on every night about illegal immigration as a way to criticize the president without getting trounced.... and that is all it was about.

"the issue needs to be dropped, it isn't that important." says nvr@yourdoor.


That response carried over into the morning talk shows, where Democratic presidential aspirants Barack Obama and Bill Richardson voiced firm opposition to Bush's troop escalation. "He has not made the case," Obama, an Illinois senator, said on CBS' "The Early Show."
Two Republican presidential hopefuls - Arizona Sen. John McCain and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani - countered that there is no choice but to give Bush's plan a chance to succeed. "It's the only game in town," McCain said on the same program.
Giuliani, on NBC's "Today" show, said: "I believe we should give the president the support to do this."


there is no choice.... and both of these guys want to be president....
do not nominate hillary, please! the football watchers will never vote for her and they are the ones who elect our leaders!


Bush also urged lawmakers in his speech Tuesday night to send him legislation helping more Americans afford health insurance, reduce the nation's dependence on foreign oil, overhaul immigration laws and renew his signature No Child Left Behind education program. He declared climate change a "serious challenge" but did not endorse proposals for mandatory reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.
"The idea of climate change finally passed his lips," Obama said. "That's long overdue."
McCain also welcomed Bush's acknowledgment, while saying "of course" the U.S. needs to go farther than Bush has proposed on the issue. "We've got to start reducing these greenhouse gas emissions before our planet is unalterably heated, and the consequences of that are catastrophic," he said on CNN.


the president didn't endorse any proposals on climate change, because he intends to do absolutely nothing about it, except possibly form a commitee to study the problem which will release their findings in 2014!

Richardson, the New Mexico governor, predicted Bush and the Democratic Congress will be able to work together on a comprehensive plan to control illegal immigration. McCain agreed: "We can come together on that issue."

fuck illegal immigration!

Bush arranged a trip to Wilmington, Del., on Wednesday to plug his energy proposals at a DuPont Co. facility where scientists conduct research on the use of plants in the production of biofuels such as celluosic ethanol.

"However, as long as there is still oil to burn, we aren't going to get in a hurry to produce mass quantities of these bio-fuels",


says a spokesman for du pont.

But Democrats kept the spotlight on the war, as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee took up a nonbinding measure that rejects Bush's planned troop increase as "not in the national interest of the United States."
As is customary, Republicans cheered longer and louder than Democrats on Tuesday night when Bush walked down the middle aisle of the House chamber to deliver his annual address to Congress and the nation.


yeah, they applauded the stupid sob, for about 20 minutes before he even spoke, i guess no one wanted to be the first to stop clapping! Anyway, what good is a non binding resolution??? it's symbolic.

it was the Democrats' turn to whoop it up when the president remarked he was the first chief executive to "begin the State of the Union with the words Madam Speaker." Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the first female House speaker, was seated next to Vice President Dick Cheney on the dais behind the president, and smiled and reached down to shake Bush's hand.

peaker pelosi, who declared that impeachment is off the table,shook the mans hand... i would have felt an urge to go wash my hands immediately!

in power
for the first time in a dozen years, Democrats have talked optimistically of finding common ground with the president and Republican lawmakers on immigration, education and other areas.



there is no common ground.... bring the boys home, bring him up on war crimes charges and crimes against humanity and for god sakes, impeach him and cheney!


But they voiced concern with his proposal to subject a portion of some taxpayers' employer-provided health insurance to taxes, and were unenthusiastic about his proposals on energy.
"For me, the president's speech was more notable for what he didn't say on global warming than what he did say," said Sen. Barbara Boxer. The California Democrat advocates steps to halt the gradual rise in the earth's temperature.


they are correct in being unenthusiastic about his proposals on energy and global warming.


The president called for greater domestic oil production as well as an effort to more than quadruple the nation's production of alternative fuels over the next decade.


and guess where he'd like that domestic oil to come from? three guesses and the first two, don't even count!


The war is an issue apart - a conflict that helped Democrats win control of Congress in last fall's elections, and that leaves Republicans torn between a president of their party on the one hand and public opinion on the other.
Democrats chose Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia to deliver the party's formal televised response to the speech, and the former Republican Navy secretary and Vietnam veteran responded with a blistering attack on the president, the war and the consequences.
"The president took us into this war recklessly. He disregarded warnings from the national security adviser during the first Gulf War, the chief of staff of the Army, two former commanding generals of the Central Command," and more, Webb said.
"We are now, as a nation, held hostage to the predictable - and predicted - disarray that has followed."


well said mr. webb! and why not talk about impeachment while you were at it?


Republican leaders generally expressed support for Bush's Iraq strategy. "If we fail in Iraq, or withdraw our troops prematurely, the terrorists will follow us home. Success is our only option," said Rep. John Boehner of Ohio.


we have already failed in iraq, we will fail in afghanistan! we will continue to fail! we will fail in iran as well, there will be no success, there will be no victory, you stupid, ignorant fuck!


But numerous members of the rank and file did little to hide their concern.
"To put more American personnel in harm's way without a realistic chance for success is something I'm not in favor of," said Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa. "And a realistic chance for success depends upon having the Iraqis with the will and the ability to fulfill their share of the bargain, and so far they have not."


and that will continue to be the case. there can be no happy ending here.
the only thing that will help is to bring them home and then impeach the president and vice president or do all three simultaneously... that is the only plan, the only solution that makes any sense.... everything else is 100% bullshit.

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A LiveJournal Exclusive!!!!!!


Part i

Joe: Are you optimistic bout the way things are going?
Renee: No, I never ever think of it at all.

Joe: Don't you ever worry
When you see whats going down?

Renee: No, I try to mind my business, that is, no business at all.

Joe: When its time to function as a feeling human being
Will your bachelor of arts help you get by?

Renee: I hope to study further, a few more years or so
I also hope to keep a steady high.

Joe: Will you try to change things,
Use the power that you have, the power of a million new ideas?

Renee: What is this power you speak of and this need for things to
change?
I always thought that everything was fine... everything is fine.

Joe: Don't you feel repression just closing in around?
Renee: No, the campus here is very, very free

Joe: Don't it make you angry the way the war is dragging on?
Renee: Well, I hope the president knows what he's into, I dont know,
ooh, I just don't know....

Joe: Dont you ever see the starvation in the city where you live
All the needless hunger all the needless pain?

Renee: I havent been there lately, the country is so fine
But my neighbors dont seem hungry cause they havent got the time

Joe: Thank you for the talk, you know, you really eased my mind.
I was troubled by the shapes of things to come

Renee: Well, if you had my outlook your feelings would be numb.
You'd always think that everything was fine. Everything was fine.

Part ii

We can make it happen!
We can make it happen!
We can make it happen!

We can change the world now!
We can change the world now!
We can change the world now!

We can save the children!
We can save the children!
We can save the children!

We can make it better!
We can make it better!
We can make it better!

We can make it happen!
We can make it happen!
We can make it happen!

We can save the children!
We can save the children!
We can save the children!

We can make it happen!
We can make it happen!
We can make it happen!
Yeah, we can make it happen.

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bush escalates war, spanks american people

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Current mood: disgusted


the big speech. after over a month of "careful" consideration, president bush announced his new iraq strategy, "submitting" it for public approval, though really, it's
already a done deal, so sorry.


WASHINGTON -- Acknowledging that his current strategy had failed, President Bush on Wednesday night announced a new approach that called for sending 21,500 more U.S. troops to Iraq but also warned its government that "America's commitment is not open-ended."

well, that is a good thing. the president is finally putting his foot down, by warning that our commitment is not open-ended, that lazy, no good iraqi government is just gonna have to bite the bullet and kill off the religious extremists or else, we will do their work for them and exact a heavy penalty for our trouble.

"The situation in Iraq is unacceptable to the American people -- and it is unacceptable to me," Bush said, acknowledging diminished public support for the war and an increasingly assertive opposition in the new, Democratic-controlled Congress. "It is clear that we need to change our strategy in Iraq."
The new plan calls for assigning top priority to ending the sectarian violence in key areas of Baghdad, assigning primary responsibility for security to the Iraqi army and police, and shifting U.S. troops into a supporting role, including embedding more American personnel with Iraqi units.


ah, that makes me feel ever so much better. it's unacceptable to him, too. so, then all we have to do is put an end to all the violence, by putting more troops in, this will solve every problem and if it doesn't work, we can always try it again next year in tehran.

"Many listening tonight will ask why this effort will succeed when previous operations to secure Baghdad did not," Bush acknowledged. The answer, he said, was that the new effort would have more resources and that Iraqi officials have given the U.S. "a green light" to take action in all neighborhoods of the capital. In the past, powerful members of the Iraqi government have shielded some areas from security crackdowns, often to protect sectarian supporters.

so that is it! now we know. previous attempts to end the violence have been thwarted by the iraqi government! now that the government has given us a "green light", we should be able to clear the problem up, once and for all within a matter of weeks, which we could have done long ago without the interference of those powerful members of the iraqi government.

Bush repeatedly warned members of the Iraqi government that they must provide security despite the sectarian tensions and divisions that hamper it.
"I have made it clear to the prime minister and other leaders that America's commitment is not open-ended. If the Iraqi government does not follow through on its promises, it will lose the support of the American people and it will lose the support of the Iraqi people," Bush said.


the president has made it clear! he's not taking any more bullshit from the iraqi government and if they don't follow through, they will lose the support of their own country, (which frankly, i didn't know they had any.) and also that of the american people. the american people??? does anybody really still support any of this????

At the same time, the president again insisted that the United States must not fail in its efforts to stabilize Iraq.

good god, no!
we can not fail! we must not, or america will once again succumb to the vietnam syndrome or i suppose we should say, the iraq syndrome.


Delivering a nationally televised speech reflecting the product of a reassessment conducted over several months, Bush, in a far less muscular tone than is his custom, delivered what was in effect half an ultimatum: He warned Iraqi leaders that time was running out but put no time limit on the U.S. role there.

nope, there will be no time limit!
that's where the president draws the line and it is well that he should, because there is after all, that oil to think about, the real reason why we are there.


The increased deployment will bring an additional 21,500 U.S. troops to Iraq, on top of the 140,000 there now. The president is expected to seek $5.6 billion in a supplemental spending request he will send to Congress apart from the 2008 budget he will submit Feb. 5.
According to a Defense Department official, the 21,500-troop increase in Iraq will be achieved by sending one new Army brigade to Baghdad -- a unit of the 82nd Airborne Division, which is en route to Kuwait -- and speeding up the deployment of other Army units that were to go to Iraq this spring.


en route? what about public and congressional debate on the matter?

"Yes. they are en route, in fact, they are already there, just in case anybody had any ideas to put a stop to it, the deed is already done, you idiot voters, I know best what needs to be done and I'll brook no interference from you silly fuckers."

said the president.

Two Marine battalions in Iraq that were scheduled to depart next month will have their rotation extended to provide the 4,000 additional troops in western Anbar province, the official said.
In addition, the White House announced it will remobilize units of the Army National Guard to help sustain the buildup, a potentially controversial move that will force some Guard brigades into second tours in Iraq. Until now, Pentagon policy has required such units to deploy overseas only once every six years.


well, those national guard didn't sign on for a pleasure cruise, they knew they might have to go to war and they should have figured that they might be sent into harms way by a murdering freak in cowboy boots.

At its heart, the president's plan puts new reliance on the government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to meet the security challenges posed by sectarian militia violence and insurgents, and field effective security forces in some of the most strife-torn districts of Baghdad and surrounding communities.
The new plan also calls for stimulating economic recovery as part of an effort to clear, hold and revitalize key areas in the Iraqi capital.


yup, i think it's about time that lazy al-maliki put a stop to the sectarian violence that is killing our troops and untold number of iraqis, not that anyone gives a shit about them.

The president, who until recent weeks gave no suggestion in public that the United States was not succeeding in Iraq, changed his tone.

well, folks. it was only because he had to, not because he ever really thought he was wrong.

"Our past efforts to secure Baghdad failed for two principal reasons: There were not enough Iraqi and American troops to secure neighborhoods that had been cleared of terrorists and insurgents," he said. "And there were too many restrictions on the troops we did have."
The president faces a tough sell: Democratic leaders in the House and Senate are planning to put forward nonbinding resolutions on the plan to send additional troops to Iraq, and some Senate Republican have indicated they might support them.


a tough sell? it's a done deal already as i said above. what does it matter what the democrats think or his own party for that matter?

"I'm on a mission from God"

said the president.

Bush and his advisers are loath to call the new plan a last chance for the United States in Iraq, even as their language suggests that it is. At the same time, they are emphasizing the importance that the American goals be met there -- and none is suggesting directly that the United States would begin to pull out of Iraq if Iraqis fail again to secure the country, where the American death toll has passed 3,000 as the war nears the end of its fourth year.

of course not... that would be defeatist!

With pressure mounting to bring troops home, Bush said that to "step back now would force a collapse of the Iraqi government," which would mean an even longer deployment of U.S. forces there and creation of a more lethal enemy. But an increase in U.S. support, he said, would "help the Iraqis break the current cycle of violence" and speed the return of U.S. forces to the United States.

see there? we're damned if we stay and we're damned if we leave and that suits this government (ours) just fine, because we having been fighting a war at home now since 1986 and it is fought on exactly the same principle and by and large the american people support that war at home and have no problem wasting billions of dollars a year on that one, so surely we can put up with a similar and much more lethal war abroad until the "cycle of violence" is broken and our boys can come back home to america and be neglected like veterans always are, except on veterans day.

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Friday, January 05, 2007

your privacy: sold down the river.
Current mood: enraged



and you thought the war was the only thing you had to be pissed off about?
yeah???
well, dig this:


NBC News and news services
Updated: 8:17 p.m. ET Jan 4, 2007
WASHINGTON - A statement attached to postal legislation by President Bush last month may have opened the way for the government to open mail without a warrant.
The White House denies any change in policy, but civil libertarians are alarmed, saying the government has never publicly claimed that power before.
Federal law has long required a search warrant to open first class mail unless postal inspectors suspect it contains something dangerous, like a bomb or a hazardous chemical, reports NBC News' Pete Williams.



civil libertarians should be alarmed! the government has never claimed that power before but, look at who we're talking about here: the boldest, most brazen, most arrogant motherfucker to hold the presidency in recent, history, if ever.

But in signing a postal bill just before Christmas, President Bush said federal law also gives the government authority to open the mail "for foreign intelligence collection."
White House spokesman Tony Snow said that's nothing new. "All this is saying is that there are provisions at law for — in exigent circumstances — for such inspections. It has been thus. This is not a change in law, this is not new."




oh but, i'm worrying about nothing here. it's only for foreign intelligence collection... it won't have any effect on those of us who have nothing to hide.
it's not new.... well, that's a big relief!


"What the signing statement indicates is what present law allows, in making it clear what the provisions are," Snow said Thursday in his daily briefing.
But members of Congress — Republicans and Democrats alike — say that's not what they intended the law to do. And they call it another example of a president claiming new legal authority while signing a bill into law.
"I was really surprised.


hmm. so that's not what members of congress intended the law to do and are "surprised" that the president is using the law to expand his powers....
surprised????? they have to be kidding, am i right?
how on earth can anybody be surprised by anything this guy does?????


There was absolutely nothing in the Postal Reform bill that in any way diminished or changed the privacy protections for domestic sealed mail," Sen. Susan Collins of Maine said.
The law requires government agents to get warrants to open first-class letters.



phew! well, that's a relief.... let's face it folks.... those warrants aren't that hard to obtain.

But when Bush signed the Postal Reform act, he added a statement saying that his administration would construe that provision "in a manner consistent, to the maximum extent permissible, with the need to conduct searches in exigent circumstances. ..."


oh, okay. so, if the president has reason to believe that someone is a terrorist or breaking the law in some other way, it can be done in exigent circumstances.

i feel safer already!


"The signing statement raises serious questions whether he is authorizing opening of mail contrary to the Constitution and to laws enacted by Congress," said Ann Beeson, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union. "What is the purpose of the signing statement if it isn't that?"
She said the group is planning to file request for information on how this exception will be used and also asking whether it has already been used to open mail.


uh huh. everything this guy does, is contrary to the constitution. that is why the christian right elected him.

that is the exact purpose of it, ms. beeson of the aclu.
well, good luck on your request for information.
frankly, i wouldn't hold my breath.

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Thursday, January 04, 2007

surprise... surprise... surprise!
Current mood: high



see there? what'd i tell you? he hasn't announced officially yet, but we knew all along what the president was going to do and the newly elected democratic congress is going to supply the funds so that they can't be painted as being "against our troops".

WASHINGTON - Although nothing is final until President Bush puts his stamp on it, administration officials tell NBC News the president has all but decided on a temporary surge of additional American forces into Iraq in an effort to bring sectarian violence in Baghdad under control.

all but decided??? are you kidding? he has decided. he decided it all long ago. why does the mainstream press go through this whole bit of pretending not to know what this guy is going to do, when we've all had 6 years of seeing just exactly the way he operates?

While no one is talking specific numbers, military officials believe it would involve some 20,000 additional soldiers and Marines.

ah. only about 20,000. that isn't that bad, is it? and then when things go wrong with that number of troops, the next step is to escalate further. but not to worry.

"we're beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel."

says the president and vice president cheney.

Most of the increase would be achieved by extending the deployments of those troops already in Iraq by 90 days and accelerating the deployments for troops scheduled to deploy by sending them into Iraq sooner.

right! and everything will work out fine, then. we''ll never need to institute a draft, because we can just keep recycling these troops over and over and we will establish democracy in iraq yet. all it takes is enough troops... and pigs will fly!

Security top priority
Administration and some military officials believe that without adequate security, particularly in Baghdad, any progress in Iraq would be difficult if not impossible.
Once the level of violence is brought under control, the U.S. military could then conceivably concentrate on accelerating the training for Iraqi security forces and the turnover of more territory to the Iraqis.
But administration officials stress the military option is only one part of a larger, more comprehensive strategy.


yes.... and we are going to provide that security. we will destroy the militias and end the violence and then we will accelerate training of iraqi forces, then turn more territory over to iraq. it's all a part of that comprehensive strategy that administration officials are referring to.

The plan also would throw more U.S. money at Iraq for reconstruction and a jobs program.


didn't we already pay for that?

In addition, the U.S. would turn up the political heat by pressuring the Shiite-led government to aggressively crack down on the Shiite militias, particularly the Mahdi Army led by Muqtada al-Sadr, believed responsible for killing hundreds of Iraqi Sunnis in a bloody round of sectarian retributions.

right.

"why don't you get the fuck out of our country and then we'll do something about those militias."

says a shiite-led government spokesman.

At the same time the U.S. would appeal to moderate Sunnis to work harder to reach some kind of conciliation with the Shiite majority or risk being entirely shut out of any future government in Iraq.

yeah. we caused this dreadful mess by invading iraq. those dumbass sunni's should work harder to reach conciliation or be shut out...

they are already shut out! why do you think they're so pissed off???

nvr


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