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Archive for the ‘Disaster’ Category

911 Slip on Malaysia Issue

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The 911 report wants all of us to believe that those indestructible black boxes on the planes that hit the WTC vaporized. All 4 of them. This has never happened before, ever. On this particular day 4 of them went missing. Below is an interesting clip from an expert about Malaysia 370. If you do […]

Flight 370 Photoshop Pictures

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Many know I am not PC but lines have to be drawn. Recently a line has been crossed. There are many edited in bad taste photos out there about Malaysia flight 370 in the name of comedy. I just wonder how many think that these photos are funny but “cried havoc and lets slip the […]

Malaysia Flight 370

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

First, thoughts and prayers out to the victims, family and friends. There are only two possibilities. An intentional act. A tragic catastrophic accident. There are several odd occurrences to consider. No phone calls or texts from passengers or crew 13 days and no group or individual has taken credit No debris No “ping” from the […]

USA Today Vs. Buffalo News Headlines

Monday, March 3, 2014

It is difficult to have a lower opinion of the Buffalo News (morning print) but today their real estate value dropped a little more and USA Today’s went up. The headlines this morning are the reason why. USA Today headlined one of the most important, world reaching, and history in the making current events. It […]

Buffalo Fire 30 Years

Friday, December 27, 2013

December 27, 1983. As everyone celebrates Christmas and the New Year take a moment out of your time to remember those who gave all. FF Michael Austin, FF Michael Catanzaro, FF Mathew Colpoys, FF James “Red” Lickfeld, and FF Anthony Waskielewicz you and your families will not be forgotten. These men lost their lives in […]

Brian Dugan RIP

Thursday, September 16, 2010

  At about 9pm on Wednesday September 15th, I was at the intersection of Sheridan and Belmont, the scene of two recent motorcycle accidents which I also happened to be in the area on those days. Yesterday was more personal and tragic for I am sure many people. Brian Dugan, 37 a Ken-ton teacher father […]

Mostly Men Died

Thursday, November 5, 2009

This article does not have to use 2/3’s of the population to distort its numbers like when “mostly women and children” is so often used. On the Titanic of the approximately 1509 people that died about 1339 of them were men. In all the years that this story has been told I have never heard […]

Fathers Have Feelings Also

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Derek Gee/Buffalo News From left, Betty Jackowiak, Amy MacGregor-Morrisey, Shirley Weaver and Dorothy Meyer cover their hearts as taps is played at the unveiling of a monument honoring local mothers who lost children in combat at Pvt. Leonard Post Jr. VFW Post 6251 in Cheektowaga. It is all well and good that grieving mothers are […]

Live From Allentown

Saturday, September 5, 2009

I am sitting here in Allentown contemplating the demise of an over 50 year tradition. One of my fathers best friends Joseph Karpinski affectionately known as “Carp” is up in years and recently had a heart attack. He has been the sole proprietor and father hen of us all and of the St Stanislaus Orphanage […]

A 911 Brief

Thursday, September 3, 2009

I find it interesting that there are only two polarized sides to the 911 controversy/conspiracy. There are the conspiracy people and those that believe that our government had a role in bringing down the towers and there are those that believe that it was just the terrorists and the planes that did. I entertain both […]