Monthly Archives: December 2010

Sale on McAfee Total Protection

This was too good to keep to myself. I got an email today from Buy.com offering McAfee Total Protection for $14.74 for use on 3 computers. It’s by far the best price I’ve ever seen on McAfee. Free shipping if … Continue reading

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Polar Bear: I come in peace

Click HERE to see the rest of the story. The photos were taken in the wilds of Canada by Nature photographer, Norbert Rosing.

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Sex offender registries: They’re not just for sex offenders anymore

The article goes on to say that everyone agreed that Smith’s actions were non-sexual, but the court maintains that even people who have committed non-sexual crimes can be forced to register because it helps law enforcement.  Did it ever occur … Continue reading

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Use a camera, go to prison? It’s not the law – yet

I think our country has become a nation of paranoid wimps.  For heaven’s sake, it’s a parking lot, it’s not the Pentagon. An inexcusable affront to the holiday spirit has been injected into the heart of San Francisco. After parking … Continue reading

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Internet ‘Kill Switch’ Would Give President Power To Shut Down The Web

Just what would constitute an ‘emergency’ requiring the internet to be shut down? WikiLeaks embarrassing government officials with leaked cables? I really have had enough of these authoritarian assholes always trying to control every facet of life under the guise … Continue reading

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‘Homeland’ security coming to hotels, malls

Is this really what Americans want?  Are you willing to give up all thought of privacy and freedom for a sense of safety? WASHINGTON – The United States is stepping up security at “soft targets” like hotels and shopping malls, … Continue reading

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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS

I hope for each of you a wonderful holiday season and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!  As always, I thank each of you for being a part of Mountain Sage.  I appreciate your friendship and for sharing part … Continue reading

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Judge finds ‘increasing’ difficulty in seating marijuana juries

I am reminded of the opening phrase of the a poem by Bertolt Brecht, “”What if they gave a war and nobody came?”  Marijuana arrest for the year 2009 were 858, 408.  Think of the money that could be saved … Continue reading

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Speaker Pelosi signs the repeal of the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ law in an enrollment ceremony

I don’t think those of us who aren’t gay really understand how important the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is to the gay community.  If you’ve never been discriminated against because of your skin color, sex or sexual orientation … Continue reading

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Senator Al Franken: FCC Net Neutrality Plan

Senator Franken gives a good definition of net neutrality and why we should care about it. SOURCE.

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