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19 Aug 2007 @ 19:12, by Vaxen Var

One entry found for nirvana.

Main Entry: nir·va·na
Pronunciation: nir-'vä-n&, (")n&r-
Function: noun
Usage: often capitalized
Etymology: Sanskrit nirvAna, literally, act of extinguishing, from nis- out + vAti it blows -- more at WIND
1 : the final beatitude that transcends suffering, karma, and samsara and is sought especially in Buddhism through the extinction of desire and individual consciousness
2 a : a place or state of oblivion to care, pain, or external reality; also : BLISS, HEAVEN b : a goal hoped for but apparently unattainable : DREAM
- nir·van·ic /-'vä-nik, -'va-/ adjective



Got the following from msnbc who got it from newsweek who got it from someone else who got it...

Do you get it? My question to these pimps is why is America not revolting though America is revolting (As in; "Yuck are you revolting or what!?") in more ways than one!

I say: Sue the damned airports! Stupid Americanos! Mui Estupido! Well, should say stupid people of the world allowing these bastards to do this. The Marcabian invasion force is alive and well and everything is going to schedule on planet Earth. And Rowling is writing crime novels. All is good...

Smile … Or Else
‘Behavior Detection Officers’ are now watching passengers’ facial expressions for signs of danger. It’s a new level of absurdity for America.

By Patti Davis
Special to Newsweek
Updated: 12:40 p.m. ET Aug 16, 2007

Aug. 16, 2007 - It was bound to happen. Now even a frown or grimace can get you into trouble with The Man.

“Specially trained security personnel [link] ” will be watching passengers for “micro-expressions” that will reveal treacherous agendas and insidious intentions at airports around the country. These agents, who may literally hold your fate in their hands have been given a lofty, Orwellian name: "Behavior Detection Officers."

Did anyone ever doubt that George Orwell’s prophecies in “1984” would arrive? In that novel, he wrote, “You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”

In the study of “micro-expressions”—yes, it is actually a field of study and there are some who are arrogant enough to call it a science—it has been decided that when people wish to conceal emotions, the truth of their feelings is revealed in facial flashes. These experts have determined that fear and disgust are the key things to look for because they can hint of deception.

Let’s see, fear and disgust in an airport? I’m frightened and disgusted weeks before I have to show up at an airport. In fact, I’ve pretty much sworn off the whole idea of going anywhere by airplane. It’s bad enough that I might be trapped in a crowded plane with no food or water and nonworking toilets for hours; now there are security agents interpreting our facial expressions. The face police, in place at more than a dozen U.S. airports already, aren’t identified as such. But the watcher could be at curbside baggage, the ticket counter or near the metal detectors and X-ray machines. The Transportation Security Administration hopes to have as many as 500 Behavior Detection Officers on the job by the end of 2008.

But what about the woman who is getting on a plane to see a dying relative? Or the man who is traveling to another state to see a cancer specialist in a last bid for extending his life? What about the guy who just had a fight with his spouse and now worries that a plane crash would mean their last words were in anger? We’ve all had the experience of having a bad day, being in a rotten mood—especially at the airport, which has become a modern-day chamber or horrors. On those days, doesn’t it seem like everyone we meet looks sour and unpleasant? The opposite is also true. When we’re happy and joyful, we look at others and see happiness in them. Or even if we don’t, we look at them kindly and with compassion. It’s human nature to look at others through the lens of our own reality.

Here’s where it gets really absurd. Apparently, these Behavior Detection Officers work in pairs. One scenario is that an officer might move in to “help” a passenger retrieve their belongings after they’ve been screened. And then the officer will ask where the passenger is headed. If the passenger’s reaction sets off alarm bells in the officer’s well-trained mind, another officer will move in and detain them. Let’s be really clear here. If a stranger moved in on me like that, I’d tell that person to go to hell, throw in a few other expletives for good measure and probably give them the finger as I stomped off. Of course, I wouldn’t be stomping very far.

So while TSA employees are confiscating our scissors and water bottles, they’re going to secretly be staring at us, looking for some telltale sign of terrorist intent in a grimace, a sigh, a crinkled nose? Who knows what? In the end, the Behavior Detection Officers are the ones who are really acting suspicious. Which is the truth of the matter anyway.
© 2007 Newsweek, Inc.


So, the well paved slave state makes one more encroachment upon its' well trained slave laborers. America, land of the free. Well paved? 80% of the infrastructure is crumbling! What. no money? WOnder where all that money went. Oh, just print up some more, it isn't worth anything anyway but it does give the illusionb that you own what you are mind controlled to buy. Bye.

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21 Aug 2007 @ 14:12 by joda : Your overseer will see you now, citizen.
Nazi Govenrment Spin Doctors say:
"that fear and disgust are the key things to look for because they can hint of deception."

Well, actually every decent person with two neurons firing in his brain reacts to the way our world evolves with disgust and fear. Automatons continue having their mindless fun nevertheless. Till "the harvest" comes, that is...  

21 Aug 2007 @ 16:08 by vaxen : Heh!
joda san! Yah, till the harvest comes. And it is coming very soon, eh? ;) It's worse than Orwell could have predicted. He, at least, gave one the benefit of such luxury for us. ;) But that's U-2 devoid of U-3 and I can assure you that most of the hype is hype.

Robo Cops break down, so do sattelites. Any cursory examination of 'the tech., available will teach the knower of it that...all isn't going according to plan. You see, we have this inbuilt mechanism that rebels in an infinite myriad of ways against the supreme nobodaddy cosmocrator.

We love to spit in the eye opf God and tell it what's least some of us do, and, for the sake of HU-Manity should be enough. So don't lump yourself in with the maddening croud, joda san, and get out there and kick some ass!


Love, ya bro.  

21 Aug 2007 @ 21:37 by joda : Grim Reaper Never Fails
Our dark companion, twin star made it's pass ages ago - it won't be long when it's rocky followers from Oort Cloud pay us a little visit, bringing their fireworks along. Psycho rulers will of course pull the wool over folk's eyes till the very end, so real puppet masters can quench their thirst for blood and suffering. As for psychos themselves counting on "salvation" - sorry, those underground bases won't help much.

"We see more asteroids passing by our planet because we have better equipment now" :) Yeah, right. And so the sweet slumber goes on.

However you are right Vax - not all works according to "THE PLAN" and these folks are gonna get quite a surprise. It's good to live in interesting times, even if it's painful sometimes.


23 Aug 2007 @ 14:32 by vaxen : Psychlons...
Hey, joda san... we'll live to see Boorts burt! (Boorts burt? Don't know what I meant by that but...) No big thing.

We are thetans, remember? In some circles, scientological, when I wouold try to teach them about thetan lines, ancestry, the whole nine yards, they'd so limit themselves down to a tiny little unit of cause when we are so much much more...

Guess it will take an all out conflagration for the butterfly to leave the homey little chrysalis, eh mate?

Pain is relative like Einstein, the notorious plagiarist, the Zionist plant, we forgive them - though - that is our greatest salvation...

The ability to forgive and forget or, rather, re-lease the space to a life that it, too, might grow up and fly.

I love dragonflies and this time of year, around here, they abound in all shapes and the most fantastic colors.

So I go to areas of our stream where there are lots of rocks and trees hiding me and I watch...the dragonflies.

The world can have Einsteins' lies and plagiarisms. He repented, I'm told, on his death bed...who cares?

It is great to be an acausal nothing beholden to nothing and no one...

BTW do you ever get to Budapest? I have a friend there that I think you'd enjoy meeting...jazz bassist, hotel owner, and a great person.

Let me know, if so...  

25 Aug 2007 @ 12:33 by jazzolog : Buy Latex Masks Now
My new company will supply, at nominal cost, a neutered normal appearance or, at premium cost, an exact replica of your face---in either Apathy or Total Acceptance phase. (Can be used later as model for death mask!) For an additional fee, an entire body suit is available---so that no change in internal temperature or blood pressure can be detected. Stock up for the whole family NOW!  

25 Aug 2007 @ 14:10 by vaxen : Yahu!
Saved! OK jazzolog. I'll take the whole schlapotzzle. Better order a dozen or so, come to think of never knows. ;) Are they self destructive just in case?


"When Iraq becomes strong enough in our opinion to stand alone, we shall be in a position to state that our task has been fulfilled, and that Iraq is an independent sovereign state. But this cannot be said while we are forced year after year to spend very large sums of money on helping the Iraqi government to defend itself and maintain order." : Winston Churchill - 1922

More War on the Horizon

By Paul Craig Roberts

08/23/07 "ICH" --- -- No pullout from Iraq while I’m president, declares George W. Bush.

On to Iran, declares Vice President Cheney.

Israel is a “peace-seeking state” that needs $30 billion of US taxpayers’ money for war, declares State Department official Nicholas Burns.

The Democratic Congress, if not fully behind the Iraqi war, at least no longer is in the way of it.

Nor are the Democrats in the way of the Bush regime’s build up for initiating war with Iran.

America's hegemonic hubris is a sickness. A country that tolerates a war criminal while he openly plans to attack yet another country is definitely not a light unto the world.


Following Churchills' Folly In Iraq

By Don Chapman

So what might this history mean for America and Iraq?  

4 Sep 2007 @ 05:11 by vaxen : Narbarism?
Heh, heh...can't help but laugh at the follies of creating a "New" civilization 'Eugenically!' A good Narbarian 'Pseudo Science!' ;) Hubbard would be proud, I'm sure, to ensconce the Narbarian dialectic into some sort of hasty pudding memoir.

"Sieg! Sieg Heil!" -- Fuhrer of Narbaria (Narbaria is on the other side -- of the megaverse)  

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