Thoughts for today, #464 …. “Creating division, confusion …. Alternative Facts = Plain lies …. “!!


~~February 4, 2017~~ 


Make up your mind!

Plenty of people are at the receiving end of this craziness.

The reputation of your administration is in the toilet.

We know you don’t care.



on the same page
Thinking in a similar way Louisa said she called the meeting to make sure everybody’s on the same page.

get with the program
Follow the rules; do what you are supposed to do. (Implies that there is a clearly known method or “program” that is usually followed.)




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It’s more than losing an election …. it’s beyond that …. The meaning of the American Dream has been lost …. “!!


~~December 19, 2016~~ 


The Electoral College Meets Today

I’m not naive enough to think that they will have a day of ‘profiles in courage‘ and make any significant decision that will ‘right‘ the ‘wrong‘ that is happening in the country.

I know plenty of people who have expressed their feelings.

Many have said … let it go. It’s time to accept and move on.

Give the guy a chance.

In my heart I know I can’t. 

In my heart I know this isn’t the right way for the country to go.

It will eventually affect the way the whole world will go.

I’ve tired to put into words the feelings in my heart, my soul, my psyche.

Words fail me.

Scrolling through Facebook, I found some words that resonate to much with my own feelings.

I’d like to share them with you.

These words starkly and precisely say what I felt since November 8, election night.

A fog that doesn’t want to lift ….




Blue Dem Warriors




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We ALL are connected through HUMANITY!! 


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Roberto Clemente Walker …. “Remembering a Puerto Rican MBL Giant”!!


~~August 18, 2015~~ 


~he would have been 81 years old today~

Baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente became the first Latin American player to collect 3,000 career hits before his death in a plane crash.



Born Roberto Enrique Clemente Walker on August 18, 1934, Clemente played with the Brooklyn Dodgers‘ minor league team before making his major league debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1955. He led the National League in batting four times during the 1960s, and starred in the 1971 World Series.

He died in a plane crash to deliver goods to Nicaragua in 1972.



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Baseball player Roberto Clemente was born on August 18, 1934, in Carolina, Puerto Rico. The son of a sugarcane worker, Roberto Clemente began his professional baseball career just after finishing high school.

He signed a deal with the Brooklyn Dodgers and played with their minor league team, the Montreal Royals, for a season. The next year he went to play for the Pittsburgh Pirates and made his major league debut in 1955.

As the decade progressed, Clemente established himself as one of the top all-around players in baseball. He won three more batting titles, and twice led the league in hits. Furthermore, he boasted one of the most fearsome arms ever witnessed in the sport, consistently unleashing powerful throws from his post in right field. He enjoyed perhaps his finest season in 1966, batting .317 with a career-best 29 homers and 119 RBIs to win the NL Most Valuable Player Award.



Off the field, Clemente was described as a quiet gentleman.

He was proud of his Puerto Rican heritage and stood up for minority rights. Clemente married Vera Zabala in 1963, and they had three sons.

Renowned for his humanitarian work, he died in a plane crash on December 31, 1972, en route to bringing much needed supplies to survivors of an earthquake in Nicaragua. The next year he was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

He became the first Latino inducted into the Hall.

“As it appears in …. full read/full credit”


~~Roberto Clemente~~

Mini Biography

~~Published on Jul 8, 2013~~

Watch a short biography video of baseball player

Roberto Clemente.
Learn more about Roberto Clemente:



Facts you might not have known

Why did Roberto Clemente wear the number 21?

He chose the number 21 because it is the number of letters in his full name.

(Roberto Clemente Walker)


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They didn’t indeed …. Nikola versus Edison!!

~~June 10, 2014~~

The story of Nikola Tesla is one of the great personal tragedies of modern history.

Arguably one of the greatest scientific geniuses of all time, Tesla faced poverty, slander and persecution during his lifetime. His numerous inventions and discoveries offered the potential to revolutionize the world, and when and where they were implemented, they did so.

But Telsa came into conflict with Thomas Edison, America’s foremost inventor at the time, and Edison’s superior sense of business and advertising destroyed Tesla’s reputation and left him and many of his ideas frustrated and unfulfilled. Thankfully, with the rise of steampunk and a renewed interest in nineteenth century science, Tesla has come back into the public eye and, one hopes, will finally get the recognition he deserves.

Tesla was born in 1856 into a Serbian family living in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. From an early age, Tesla was fascinated with science and endeavored to become an engineer. When he immigrated to the United States in the 1880s, he brought with him an idea for a new and more efficient method of power generation known as Alternating Current (AC).

He was introduced to Thomas Edison, then one of America’s most prestigious inventors and the man responsible for the incandescent light bulb being used increasingly throughout the United States. But Edison was not interested in helping Tesla develop Alternating Current, which would have represented a direct challenge to the Direct Current (DC) system of generation already in use by Edison.

Instead, Edison hired Tesla to make improvements to the DC generation plants, allegedly offering $50,000 if the seemingly impossible task could be accomplished. When, far from failing, Tesla made an impressive overhaul of the generator design, Edison claimed that the offer of $50,000 had been a joke.

Tesla promptly resigned.

Faced with financial hardship, Tesla was eventually reduced to digging ditches for the Edison company. In 1887, Tesla filed patents for his AC power generation technology. Soon after, he joined with industrialist George Westinghouse to try and realize the dream of AC power. Because of AC’s superior qualities, this represented a direct attack on Edison’s DC power. What followed was a competition known as the “War of the Currents.” Edison, already extremely adept at advertising and self-promotion, launched into a vicious propaganda campaign as he tried to brand AC power as inherently dangerous.

In addition to his slander, Edison had a man named Professor Harold Brown travel around giving demonstrations of animals being electrocuted with Alternating Current on stage in front of audiences. (He even killed an elephant with it once). In 1890, Brown conducted the first electric chair execution, using an AC generator. Efforts were then made to have the technique of electrocution named “Westinghousing.”

In spite of Edison’s horrendous propaganda, in 1893, the Columbian Exhibition (a World’s Fair held in Chicago) was lit by a hundred thousand lamps powered by AC generators.

In the end, Tesla and Westinghouse persevered, but the monetary damages imposed by the War of Currents robbed Tesla of his financial security.

The radical development of Alternating Current that set him so at odds with Edison was but one of Tesla’s many scientific accomplishments. Others included the discovery of wireless energy transmission, experiments with long-distance radio, x-ray photography, radio-based remote control, proto-robotics, radar, and even a death ray (which he invented with hope of ending war by making the invasion of a country impossible).

The tragedy of Tesla is profound.

He was truly a genius and a visionary, and his death, alone and penniless, is both heartbreaking and unworthy of a man of his accomplishments and life-long altruism.


Nikola Tesla vs Thomas Edison: How The Course Of History Was Changed

Watch here:

~Published on Mar 29, 2013~

International bankers, auto magnates and government colluded to hijack Nikola Tesla’s invention that would have provided the world with free-energy. Today, the consumer is saddled with a system largely reliant on antiquated, expensive, and highly polluting sources of energy. (contd. below)

Adding insult to injury, the downtrodden are now being blamed for the environmental mess the profiteers have caused, and punished with higher taxes and controls. The only benefit will be to those with a vested interest in propagating the global warming/climate change swindle.

~Suggested Links~

Nikola Tesla —The Man Who Electrified The World!…

The Current War: The Tale of an Early Tech Rivalry

My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla…


~The History of Nikola Tesla – a Short Story~

~Uploaded on Jul 10, 2010~

Tesla’s influence goes much further than electricity.

He had over 700 patents, and came up with ideas such as

Spark Plugs
the Electric Arc Lamp
an Xray Device
Blade less turbines
Wireless communication
Electric motors
Laser technology
Neon Lights
Remote Controls
Cellular communication
The radio
An electrical bath to remove germs
Wireless communication
And much more

Tesla died from heart failure in a room of the New Yorker Hotel, on January 7th 1943. Despite his fame and influence on the world, he died with significant debts, and all alone.

While Edison is known as the inventor of the century, Tesla is only acknowledged as a paragraph in today’s history books, forgotten, and unappreciated.

We ALL are ONE!!