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Archive for May, 2010
Imagine a once great country that has become so grotesque that three-quarters of its population would like to leave–and the sooner the better? Which country is it? Here’s a hint. The people speak with a “proper accent” and produced the Oxford English Dictionary. Their most popular wishful destination? Here’s a hint: it’s known as “down under.” Here.
Tags: Entertainment, Kinky, Medical
Quoting now… “The dumb bitch went to the hospital crying about a pain in her “private area.” After conducting a series of tests, doctors found a rolled-up Donny Osmond poster chilling in there…” Don’t worry, there are only a few billion years left before the sun does its death act. Please be patient till then…ah, finally it will all be over.
Chinglish: What is it? Simply the Asian form of mangled English (not for the squeamish).
“…Those who have had a bit too much monolithic tree mushroom stem squid could find themselves requiring roomier attire: extra-large sizes sometimes come in “fatso” or “lard bucket” categories. These and other fashions can be had at the clothing chain known as Scat…” Here.
More examples here.
Patriots! Militiamen! How long will you let the Asian hordes crucify our English toothiness and verbal magnifications and desires of edification? Speak, man, or forever be silent and beguiled…
Totalitarians, fascists, and authoritarians wage war on the internet: the latest compendium.
- Quoting now
- …The federal government estimated that Arizona had one of the fastest growing illegal immigrant populations in the country, increasing from 330,000 in 2000 to 560,000 by 2008.1Arizona has adopted other laws to deter the settlement of illegal immigrants in the state in recent years. The federal government estimates that the illegal immigrant population dropped by 18 percent in the state from 2008 to 2009, compared to a 7 percent drop for the nation as a whole. This may be evidence that the state enforcement efforts are having an impact.The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has found that 22 percent of felonies in the county are committed by illegal immigrants. Illegal immigrants are estimated to be 10 percent of the county’s adult population.4
Analysis of data from State Criminal Alien Assistance Program showed that illegal immigrants were 11 percent of the state’s prison population. Illegal immigrants were estimated to be 8 percent of state’s adult population at the time of the analysis.
Approximately 17 percent of those arrested by the Border Patrol in its Tucson Sector have criminal records in the United States.
In 2007, the Center for Immigration Studies estimated that 12 percent of workers in Arizona are illegal immigrants.
In 2007, the Center estimated that illegal immigrants and their U.S.-born children (under 18) comprise one-fifth of those in the state living in poverty, one-third of those without health insurance, and one out of six students in the state’s schools.
In 2007, the Center estimated that one-third of households headed by illegal immigrants in Arizona used at least one major welfare program, primarily food-assistance programs or Medicaid. Benefits were typically received on behalf of U.S.-born children.
Statistics quoted above compiled by The Center for Immigration Studies.