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  • On Mon, 16 Nov 2015, 11:03pm PST in Imagine there's no religion, Indiana Jones said:

    After 911, many radio stations banned the song Imagine by John Lennon.


    "In the wake of the devastating terror attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon one of the programme directors and senior executives of Clear Channel Communications, the largest radio network in the US, created a list of 160 “potentially inappropriate songs”, according to Mark Armstrong who wrote the article ‘ “Imagine” All the Inappropriate Songs’ one week after the attacks.

    The list was said to have been distributed to the network’s 1,200 radio stations across the country with the suggestion that the songs should not be played on the air. While rumors initially floated that the list was a corporate mandate, or a cruel hoax, the radio conglomerate insisted that the programme director created and distributed the list on his own initiative."

  • On Tue, 3 Nov 2015, 8:31pm PST in Obamacare Is A Disaster: Co-Op Insurers Across America Are Collapsing, And Now T, Indiana Jones said:

    mell says

    the Supreme Court forgot that when it makes a service mandatory, corporations can charge any price they want.

    Correction: The Supreme Court did not "forget" anything. This theft is completely intentional.

  • On Thu, 29 Oct 2015, 10:15pm PDT in My Dark California Dream, Indiana Jones said:

    Here is an article from 1994 about mega-droughts in California's history about 1100 years ago.


    BEGINNING about 1,100 years ago, what is now California baked in two droughts, the first lasting 220 years and the second 140 years. Each was much more intense than the mere six-year dry spells that afflict modern California from time to time, new studies of past climates show. The findings suggest, in fact, that relatively wet periods like the 20th century have been the exception rather than the rule in California for at least the last 3,500 years, and that mega-droughts are likely to recur...

    .... "The assumption they've made for a long time -- that California is subject to droughts of a maximum of seven years -- could be harmful in the long run," he said, because "they have doled out water on that assumption.

    "This could be destructive if you get hit with a 9th or a 10th or a 15th year of severe drought."

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