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Welcome back ROKdrop!

I am still working to get in contact with someone at Blogs-About. Hopefully someone will eventually contact me about this issue. In the meantime I will continue regular blogging at ROKdrop.net. Thanks for the mention.

» Posted By GI Korea On 05/September/2014 @ 7:49 pm

Every picture tells a story

You are right Prescott sure is a beautiful city. I lived there for four years from 96-00. I used to live on dirt road as well off of Willow Creek Road on the north side of town. I try to visit Prescott when ever I get the chance but I haven’t been back since 2008.

» Posted By GI Korea On 02/October/2012 @ 9:39 pm

Methinks thou dost protest overmuch

I have always believed the people that claim the loudest about how they are not racist are probably the ones you need to keep an eye on. It is interesting to hear what these two people really think and the response of the usual suspects making excuses for them.

» Posted By GI Korea On 13/January/2010 @ 11:12 pm

Out with the new, In with the old

I agree that there was bugs but I thought NSPS was going in the right direction. NSPS money wise was going good until this year. A lot of people where I work are complaining about the pay out this year.

» Posted By GI Korea On 13/January/2010 @ 11:09 pm

I just got used to using the NSPS system and was beginning to actually like it when the plug was pulled.

» Posted By GI Korea On 11/January/2010 @ 3:36 am

The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

It is interesting that no one talks about the millions of dollars that the ClimateGate emails show that the alarmists were making off of oil companies for years:

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2009/12/04/climategate-cru-looks-to-big-oil-for-support/

The ClimateGate emails also show that these top scientists were bringing in millions for their research and people wonder why they were cooking the books. Remember this the next time someone says skeptics are shills for oil companies. If anything the skeptics operate with shoe string budgets compared to the alarmists who are awash with cash.

Reducing dependency on foreign oil is an entirely different subject than global warming. A push for more electric/hybrid cars combined with the construction of more nuclear plants to charge them would get us off foreign oil in 15 years, however the global warming faithful doesn’t like nuclear power even though it has no emissions.

This more because they rather tax you for your emissions instead of actually implementing ideas to reduce the US’s dependency on foreign oil.

» Posted By GI Korea On 14/December/2009 @ 6:21 am

I saw that same posting over at ROK Sojourn and was tempted to comment but wasn’t worth my time because obviously nothing said to him could possibly change any of his beliefs. Telling him that Al Gore is a false prophet would be like telling someone from one of the world’s many religions that their prophet is also false. Just another example that global warming is more about faith than science.

The most convincing science on global warming I have seen yet has been done by astrophysicist Nir Shaviv:

http://www.sciencebits.com/CosmicRaysClimate

But you can’t tax solar rays and clouds though.

» Posted By GI Korea On 09/December/2009 @ 1:53 am

Happy Halloween!

Great pic! I hope you had a fun Halloween.

» Posted By GI Korea On 02/November/2009 @ 4:08 am

I like the way she thinks…

I like here to. That was a good read.

» Posted By GI Korea On 14/September/2009 @ 5:40 am

Juicy bars and prostitution

Good post as well, the human trafficking has greatly decreased over the years. I can still remember 10 years ago when the tops of the bars in TDC were lined with razor wire to keep the girls from escaping. That has fortunately gone away.

» Posted By GI Korea On 14/September/2009 @ 5:49 am

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