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Beryl John-Knudson

Duluth, MN
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Posted on 06/08/13 at 08:01 am in response to Franken to look for more info on NSA phone records requests

Remember the friendly Maytag Repair Man essentially advertising a washer that never breaks down? Became a legend almost? Those were the days ,eh?

Call your friendly repair man today for washer or let's say, computer problems and being digitally-challenged in so many ways plus it's late and you've got a project with a deadline and you're in desperate need to solve the 'disfunctionality' of your digital god? Call a number and an overseas voice from the Philippines or India etc is at...

Posted on 05/23/13 at 07:41 am in response to Bloomington event marks the worst U.S. Supreme Court decision ever

Slavery has just added more faces...too often beyond state jurisdiction; outsourcing workers in China and other third world countries with sweatshops and unsafe, low wage working conditions irresponsibly accepted, even as labor suffers its own losses at home?

Economic slavery outsourced in factories overseas and 'in-house' histories still practiced here
... and so recently, it's like frosting on still-active inequalities culturally and economically, as another, incompetent,...

Heard the legend some time ago, 1960's, of the Russian Black wolf being integrated into Isle Royal at some point....a larger wolf than the gray I assume?

Or as mentioned here, strictly Canadian drifters?

Local humor noted that environmental experts forgot that hell and the lake too freezes over at some point...and thus the black species experiment did not contain itself to the island as initially expected... drifted across to the mainland and became a cross-version of gray and...

Posted on 05/14/13 at 06:48 am in response to Vikings unveil stadium design: What do you think?

Looks like a California mega church...the only question, whose god modeled for the Viking prototype?

Guess it is the cross-we-must-bear...yup for adoration of the sport,eh?

Posted on 05/14/13 at 08:12 am in response to Vikings unveil stadium design: What do you think?

I do wonder if the window washer contract has gone out for bids yet?

...and then again, the birds will love it, smash, flap; wow.... And the concept of arenas used as safe haven during natural disasters...forget it.

I could go on, and on...but I won't no.

Posted on 05/02/13 at 07:09 am in response to How a heavy police presence in high-crime neighborhoods hurts democracy

I do wonder, if Dayton's recent hostile, negative reception in Shakopee had been one of a black audience response venting in a similar manner, would it have been listed; consistantly labeled as a high crime area and so 'classically' received?

Posted on 05/02/13 at 10:04 am in response to How a heavy police presence in high-crime neighborhoods hurts democracy

High police presence are used in high crime areas

Republican Convention - not too long ago- used high police presence

Republican Convention was a high crime area...

Posted on 05/10/13 at 11:20 am in response to Opposing same-sex marriage has made Pastor Jerry McAfee a lightning rod

Who can say what J.C's sexual orientation was? And if his choice were revealed, who would condemn him for it whatever may be his orientation?

Judge no man seems the best way to go...get a life make a choice? Live and let live...

This is a fine history lesson but does not follow necessarily that you can smack post-its on the foreheads of two brothers with any certainty or reasonable satisfaction since the FBI appears to have directed the 'news reels'; dramatic movie or pics and possibilities that steer the public to zero in on one scenario, the Bomb Brothers Two...The question arises again, why?

Only the FBI seems to have selected content and proof and in a nation bounded by security public and private...

Interesting piece out of The Moscow Times this morning 4/23/13 by Ivan Nechaporenka..."For Tsarnaev Brothers, Family Model Broke Down."

Cultural divides happen and deviant degrees of small truths rise like aberrations that may enlighten to some degree...and possibly be worth considering?

Or, jump over to Pepe Escobar at "Asia Times on-line" and although for you, 'conspiracy' may reek from his multiple choice of questions, sans answers, on this whole murky affair that doesn't...