Archives for April2014

A Hidden Camera During DUI Checkpoint Exposes the Vileness of the American Police State

“He’s perfectly innocent, he knows his rights, he knows what the Constitution says.” mutters the power tripping jackboot cop as he tears apart this innocent man’s vehicle for no other reason than to flex his “authority.” “It wasn’t a very good alert….” brags the other jackboot about the drug dog “giving them permission” to search this man’s vehicle. He was likely about to confess to just how arbitrary their decision was in violating this innocent person’s rights, when he spots the camera. “Hey Jim……” and they realize they’ve been bamboozled. Watching this video is incredibly grounding, we can see just Read more [...]

SaltyTalk April 28th, 2014

SaltyTalk April 28th, 2014 Colostomy Bags & ShitKickin's! ... iPhones &  "Sorry Bout Your Luck" ... Panic Attacks & Pussies ... Dell Sucks Ass ... "Heat of the Moment" ... Wifi or, is it Wireless? Lettuce Mixes ... Salty is an asshole vs Familial Waaa Waaa... Salty has "Daddy Problems" ... Whiney, Pissey, Moaney Problems - Explained!! By the Way - it's Buzzard Bobs Birthday! And THEN --- Gardening chat with Chris from Cape Coral ... Read more [...]

3D Printed Cast Speeds Bone Recovery Using Ultrasound

A new prototype brings together 3D printing, room to breathe and ultrasound pulses to create a cast that is not only comfortable and stylish to wear but is expected to speed healing relative to existing options. In a move that is less The Singing Bone or Singing Bones than Singing to the Bones designer Deniz Karasahin has adopted the idea of using Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound, (LIPUS) to speed bone regrowth. Pulses of sound waves too high frequency to hear have been shown to increase the incorporation of calcium ions in cultures of cartilage and bone cells, as well as increasing the expression of genes known to assist in healing. However, despite success in vitro and promising results from clinical studies LIPUS has not Read more [...]

Fukushima Starts Dumping Groundwater into Ocean Waters in May

Tokyo Electric Power Co's dumping of groundwater from the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant, already approved by local fishermen on Tuesday, will begin in May, Japan's industry minister said on Sunday. Kyodo News said Toshimitsu Motegi, Economy, Trade and Industry Minister, assured fishermen in a meeting the release of the groundwater will not start until the season for catching young sand lance ends by end of April. The Fukushima fisheries federation on Tuesday approved a proposal by Tepco to create a bypass flowing towards the devastated plant and then funnel it to the sea way before it reaches the reactor buildings, according to Reuters. "The final consideration was based on the fact that Read more [...]

SaltyTalk April 23rd, 2014 P2P – The Pollination Project

SaltyTalk April 23rd, 2014
P2P – The Pollination Project

Miss Lorie in Studio.
We talk at length about gardening, permaculture
and P2P – The Pollination Project.

4 hours of ramblin!



Local Police Departments Set to Receive 13,000 Armored Vehicles from Military

WASHINGTON, DC – The United States Government is now equipping police departments across the country with 13,000 high-powered, mine-resistant military units, according to a newly released video report by Blomberg (below). These Mine Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) units were used in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Each MRAP weighs over 20 tons and is designed to protect against improvised explosive devices. This is in addition to the 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition and 2,700 armored vehicles that Homeland Security is now equipped to use on American streets. The move to beef up police departments with 13,000 MRAPs has left many wondering: what are police preparing for? We’ve all seen images Read more [...]

Using Water as a Medicine : Drinking Water On Empty Stomach

A current trend in Japan today is drinking water immediately after getting out of bed. Scientific tests have confirmed the medical value of this practice. This water treatment has been confirmed by Japanese medical authorities to completely cure certain diseases, whether they are more serious or simply mild afflictions. A list of these diseases follows. Headaches, Body aches, Arthritis, Heart problems, Epilepsy, Obesity, Tuberculosis, Meningitis, Kidney diseases, Vomiting, Gastritis, Diabetes, Constipation, Uterine diseases, Ear and throat diseases The Method 1) When you wake up, before doing anything, drink four 6 ounce glasses of water, or 160 milliliters. (If for any reason you Read more [...]

SaltyTalk April 14th, 2014 “Rude, Crude & Racial?”

SaltyTalk April 14th, 2014
"Rude, Crude & Racial?"

The day started out kinda slow.
But, we closed things out as obnoxious as possible!


Our Year of No Sugar: One Family’s Grand Adventure

By Eve O. Schaub, Special to Everyday Health Once upon a time, I was healthy; at least I thought I was. Sure, I lacked enough energy to get me through the day, but with all the commercials on TV touting energy drinks for America’s tired masses, I always assumed I wasn’t the only one suffering. And sure, everyone in my family dreaded the coming cold and flu season, but again, I thought come January everyone develops some degree of germophobia. At least, that’s what I thought until I heard some disturbing new information about the effects of sugar. According to several experts, sugar is the thing that is making so many Americans fat and sick. The more I thought about it the more this made sense to me Read more [...]

SaltyTalk April 9th, 2014

SaltyTalk April 9th, 2014

A surprising arrival and a late arrival.

Salty, Lorie AND Scotty IN STUDIO.
Unexpected, for sure.