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Cars and yachts are undoubtedly the most desirable toys of the rich and the famous. Rich guys love to play host on big boats. And Drive’s designers (a leading company in Marine and Automotive design) seem to have captured this fascination with their innovative “125m 7Cs superyacht” that is inspired from automotive design. This new yacht concept has an air of exclusivity to it with a unique stance. This overtly luxurious cruiser will boast some of the finest specs in this category including a sunken pool toward the front with a retractable cover for every season, a helipad and a rear “surrounded” jacuzzi providing shelter and privacy for the owner among other notable specs. The interiors will feature a unique atrium space with a double curved staircase. An area at the stern was inspired by contemporary glass structures and demonstrates a play on “inside/outside” space. Drive envisages a unique hull with the reverse bow, and has tried to approximate a cruising speed of 20 + knots. This wonderful superyacht is still in concept stages till they find a partner to take it in to production. We hope it does soon. Cheers to Drive folks!

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Apollo Economic Recovery Act : Apollo Alliance

The Apollo Alliance are a leftist fringe of the Democrats.   Read for yourself.

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Op-Ed Contributor – The C.I.A. in Double Jeopardy – NYTimes.com

“And the guidance you’ve been given from Washington is maddeningly illogical. “Walling” (slamming a prisoner into a wall) is legal, but not revving a power drill near his head. “Cramped confinement” — locking someone in a dark box for 18 hours a day — or depriving him of sleep for 180 hours is O.K., but firing a gun in the next room is not. Waterboarding a prisoner is legal, but blowing cigar smoke in his face may be a crime.”

Thank you to the 54% of Americans that voted for this Admin — You’re awesome!

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Che Guevara was an anti-capitalist who believed all the rich and powerful (excluding Che and his cronies) should be eliminated and punished.  He was a Marxist revolutionist who’s goal was to ensure the poor should be equal to the rich.  The end result was Cuba and Fidel.

Hopenchange is a statist. He believes that a select group of affluent, highly educated technocrats — cosmopolitan, noble-minded, and properly progressive — supported by a phalanx of whiz-kids fresh out of blue-chip universities with little or no experience in the marketplace, can direct our lives far better than we can ourselves.

By “better” I do not mean in a fashion that, measured by disinterested criteria, makes us necessarily wealthier, happier, more productive, or freer.  Instead, “better” means “fairer,” or more “equal.”  We may “make” different amounts of money, but we will end up with more or less similar net incomes.

None of this equality-of-results thinking is new.  See Germany, Russia — Stalin.

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Steven Seagal: Lawman. Does it get any better? | Life and style | The Guardian

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Is She Really Going Out With Him? | TMZ.com

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This guy doesn’t look like your average gadget shopper…unless he’s shopping in Walmart. We’ll I’ll be dammed—he is shopping in Walmart! I know this because the site People of Walmart told me so. Hilarous. Sad. Disturbing…check it out.

  

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