Friday, October 31, 2014

THE DIAL, THE DRUNK, AND THE DUMB



GEM IS CRYSTAL ZIRCONIA

Temecula, CA – Recently the mayor of Murrieta proposed to offer up the slogan “In God We Trust” for consideration as the city’s motto. To all you tourists reading this report, that may sound all fine and dandy,
but you don’t live here.

First, the valley town already has a motto, “Gem of the Valley’ but maybe he hasn’t lived here long enough to know that. Second, the proposed motto is already in use as the motto imprinted on all our money and this valley is unique, not common like coinage. Perhaps the mayor was hoping for an election boost with this simple-minded toadying to the hoi polloi. 

But as I tell my friends aware of magic, this is a magical valley, and that magic isn’t my magic. Recently the town of Murrieta closed down a place the young musicians had that was all their own. It was called The Dial. I knew of it but my youthful music days are past. The kids who visit The Dial most likely heard their dads or older siblings talking about the scene I know as back in the day now. Still, the music scene is watched over by Elizabeth Amirian [St. Bipsy], hater of hypocrisy, and that means karma. Not more than two weeks after Murrieta’s upstanding mayor rear-ended some teenage cheerleaders, injuring all four and requiring hospital care. 

Monday, October 27, 2014

ELIMINATION NOT EDUCATION



MOLLYCODDLING MONSANTO MAD COWS

Temecula, CA – It should be no news now that all our attempts to pass a ‘label GMOs’ bill through the California Senate has been stymied as if Edith Bunker was promoting it. Had we gotten the required 2 more votes and passed the Senate, then the full assembly and on into law, it would have immediately been stalled while Monsanto’s army of lawyers tied the bill up in court. They are doing this to every other jurisdiction that has passed a labeling bill. For me, that was the intent. By making this into a big bar room fight in the courts, attention to the bigger issues will be drawn from those attracted by the noise of the scuffle. 

As with the defeat of the Prop 37 effort, I walked back over the battlefield to find any errors of attack.



Unlike the Prop 37 campaign, this one was 21st century, being all electronic and requiring no physical effort beyond picking up a telephone. The only way to less effort would be a Jonathan Living Seagull manifestation. Being in the trenches in accordance with gonzo journalism, I can tell you Sports Fans, we did not lose this battle. We were sold OUT!! And that makes us winners, if we want this.

If we want this as moms, as dads, as teachers, as activists, as anyone trying to do the right thing moralistically, if that’s the case, then make the jump and let’s bring some serious whoop-ass from a can of voter blow-back. Time for Round 2, Monsanto.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

FOOTBALL NEWS AFTER NFL WEEK SEVEN



FROM THE DESK OF THE “FUGITIVE” COMMISSIONER

Hello Football Fans,

We're just in the midst of finishing off the first half of the college football regular season and the CFP selection committee is about ready to publish their first preliminary rankings.  By the way, the selection committee has already changed for this year.  Read on.

Broncos vs Chargers Thursday

In the NFL, we're not quite halfway through the season yet, but I ventured a guess at "power rankings" for the top twelve or so teams.

Enjoy,

The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL

SNOOP TURNS MICHAEL JACKSON



VALIANT COMEDY SUNSETS

Temecula, CA – There’s been a lot of music news lately, like home girl Katy Perry getting her ‘I’m not paying for playing’ way at this year’s Super Bowl. We know the ever aware KP will not be wearing a Broadway Joe's Monster’s Inc real fur coat. Congratulations, Katy. 

Perhaps the strangest story was the one in which Snoop Dogg, now 42, was drawn into a rap feud with Iggy Azalea, 24, which started over some bragging rights between posse members. Rather than squelching it, Snoop high-schooled the ‘Fancy’ rapper by playing the dozens on her likeness to ‘White Chicks’ actor characters played by the Wayans.

This feud would eventually take a twisted turn with Snoop donning an [another] alter ego, this time as a white [?] boy Michael Jackson named ‘Todd’, pictured to the right.

In local music news this reporter took in a music show at the only place that can showcase hometown bands being that Murrieta once again turned into Footloose by shutting down The Dial. Though featured at Aces Comedy Club, it was no laughing matter as Keenwild played songs from their upcoming EP Sunsets and Java Joz/Cuppy’s alums Valiant, the area’s two pc band headlined. All the details after the jump.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

EBOLA PATENTED



AT THE HEART OF THE CAUSE OF IT ALL

Temecula, CA – The word ‘Ebola’ has instantly become the panic button hot topic. With so much Follow accusation, contact tracing, and mismanagement
going on, there is no program to tell who the players are. In situations such as this, there is only one concrete rule, and it harkens back to Watergate: Follow The Money!!

Sooner or later people will figure out that “In God We Trust”, the motto printed on all our currency isn’t the One Jesus referred to, but mammon, the god of money whose bull idol stands worshiped at the foot of Wall Street [Matt 6:24; Luke 16:9,11,13]. However and hopefully when people really do grasp the meaning of this fact, I will be having a joint with Thomas the Rhymer and catching him up on the 1000 years, plus or minus, that he missed.

After the jump we follow the money as we go to where this disease started, how it got started, and who stands to gain the most from it. Also remember, to the rich, things like Ferguson, poverty, wars, pestilence, and police brutality are nuisances for the rabble; and the rich don’t care much for the rabble. It’s nothing personal, in fact some are quite endearing, but it is a matter of breeding. The rabble don’t have it, end of argument. 

Now, all about Ebola after the jump, another Temecula Calendar origin story.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

FOOTBALL NEWS AFTER NFL WEEK SIX



FROM THE DESK OF THE “FUGITIVE” COMMISSIONER

Hello Football Fans,


The good college match-ups between Top 25 teams just keep coming, and the number of undefeated teams is dwindling.  There's a new #1, and which team would you guess is now favored to win the College Football Playoff?  It's not the #1 ranked team.

Enjoy,

The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL

Monday, October 13, 2014

FOOTBALL NEWS AFTER NFL WEEK FIVE



FROM THE DESK OF THE “FUGITIVE” COMMISSIONER

Hello Football Fans,

It was an incredibly historic week in college football based on results of last weekend's games.

In the NFL, there are no unbeaten teams after five weeks.

Enjoy,

The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL

[Ed Note: due to unforeseen circumstances, this post from The Commish was posted late. As such, let's see how the FFHL predicted things. Also the football quiz question is back and it's a dozy.

LOCAL BOY MAKES BAD



TEMECULA AUTO MECHANIC SECRET STASH

Temecula, CA – Just when you try to sort through the headlines for something new and fresh, it jumps out at you and this time hits home. If you have ever wondered how some of the people in Temecula afford to live here, the following story gives you a clue. It may even offer insight as to how the career city council rules Grape City. 

From MSN News comes the story of a Temecula auto mechanic who does more than tires, oil, and batteries. Story by Jason Reed.

“The mysterious workings of a Pentagon office that oversees clandestine operations are unraveling in federal court, where a criminal investigation has exposed a secret weapons program entwined with allegations of a sweetheart contract, fake badges and trails of destroyed evidence.


Capping an investigation that began almost two years ago, separate trials are scheduled this month in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., for a civilian Navy intelligence official and a hot-rod auto mechanic from California who prosecutors allege conspired to manufacture an untraceable batch of automatic-rifle silencers.
The exact purpose of the silencers remains hazy, but court filings and pretrial testimony suggest they were part of a top-secret operation that would help arm guerrillas or commandos overseas.

Monday, October 6, 2014

THE PAIN IN SPAIN IS MAINLY ON THE PLAIN



nurse becomeS first person FOR Ebola outside of Africa

Temecula, CA – The confusion or outright disinformation concerning how Ebola is spread seems to correcting itself as a Spanish nurse has become the first person to contract Ebola outside of Africa, casting doubt over measures taken in Spain to control the potential spread of the deadly disease. In accordance with the first Horseman of the Apocalypse, pestilence moves onto the world stage into the spotlight.

Our analysis at the end of this report just in from Emma Pinedo, Sarah Morris, Carlos Ruano, Sarah White in Madrid and Kate Kelland in London, Reuters

“The nurse had helped to treat two priests who contracted Ebola in Africa and were repatriated to Spain. Some 30 other health workers and those who came in contact with her are now being monitored for symptoms.

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Both priests died shortly after reaching Spain. Each had worked in West Africa, where an epidemic of Ebola has spread through Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia since March, killing more than 3,400 people in the largest outbreak of the disease in history. Cases have also reached Senegal and Nigeria.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

LIVING WHEN THE WORLD WAS FLAT


REMEMBERING 9-11

Temecula, CA – For a thousand years people believed the world was flat because the Church told them it th.
was. Some people believed otherwise but they were put to death or they kept quiet. Today as the second blood moon of the tetrad approaches, the recent 9-11 events in the city where I live made me think of when the world was flat through the heartfelt reverence still afforded to the most recent false flag on a September 11.

Today the Calendar looks at other events that we have or are still being lied to by our ‘free government’ swore to our protection. Or is it their position of power over that is threatened?

Number 1, Roswell. While I wasn’t there in person, I am old enough to remember the reactions both on the radio and to the newspaper headlines. Whether it was from outer or inner space, something that was not made by man crashed in the desert on that day. Of course the ‘Greatest Generation’ knew nothing about Operation Paper Clip. 

Number 2, Hitler died in a bunker toward the end of WWII. More rubbish from the greatest country in the world as they passed on information that was questioned even by General Eisenhower, later the President who warned us of the Military Industrial Complex. Passed on like a loving pedophile to his victims, the mis-information was passed to a war weary people instead of the truth. Hitler died in Argentina ten to twenty years later, a free but sickly man. The story after the jump.

Friday, October 3, 2014

WHERE TO FEAST WHEN AT HEMPFEST, VEGAS



THE PLACE FAST EDDY SLOWS DOWN FOR

Temecula, CA – To a true cannabis connoisseur, going to the latest expo or cup is sure to delight your taste buds and tease your senses in what you personally experience, like Grade A weed. For that Grade A+ experience it is the same as music act Potluck, who is from Humboldt inside the Emerald Triangle, will rap about weed-wise, the after-taste.

For the excellent after taste to HempFest this Las Vegas weekend, the eatery you’ll postcard home about is the Strip View CafĂ©. I know because this is the place that Fast Eddy slows down for. One meal and this is where I will stop when at HempFest. Quite simply, the food is delicious and the scratch made flavor of selections served put you at a seaside in the desert, or at least your taste buds anyway. 

When you pull in, you can choose to sit outside as the party with Fast Eddy did that fateful day. Eddy had bragged about the Chicken Noodle soup. Having known Eddy as a person and a businessman, Eddy backs things up like Ali did. But what can you say about a man who can beat you in chess playing without his queen?

Thursday, October 2, 2014

FOOTBALL NEWS AFTER NFL WEEK FOUR



FROM THE DESK OF THE “FUGITIVE” COMMISSIONER

Hello Football Fans,

The college football season is ramping up with some good match-ups this weekend (particularly in the hyped-up SEC, but that's OK for now).

And of course, the NFL is wide open and unpredictable at this time of the year.

Enjoy,

The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL