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Inciting Debauchery

Study closely how this is done…

Too much booty shaking can be disruptive to morality, so says “Egyptian Authorities”.

Poor girl. She’s had to flee the Country. You know, it’s been a very long time since I have felt the need to dedicate a music video in honor of someone or some thing that is going on in Egypt. It’s a very special song and many of you have enjoyed the associated music video here many times, just not in a long time.

Here’s to you, Unknown Fugitive Egyptian Dancing Girl…

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Chiraq’s Godfather After 56 Weekend Shootings: Chicago Needs Stronger Gun Control

Must be over 70 degrees… Can you believe the set of balls on this guy? Strongest gun control laws in the nation, and he says that what is needed, is more stringent gun control.

CHICAGO — At least 56 people were shot over Memorial Day weekend between Friday afternoon and early Tuesday morning, according to authorities.

Twelve people, including three shot Monday afternoon, died from their wounds. Twelve others shot between late Monday morning and early Tuesday morning survived their gunshot wounds, bringing the total of non-fatal gunshot victims for the weekend to 44.

Two of the 12 homicide victims were killed Friday night into Saturday morning; our were killed Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning; and three of the victims were killed Sunday night.

56 people in a single weekend. Yes, he actually said it:

“It is not just about how many police you have, it is about the quantity of guns that are on the street so we actually have gun laws that back up the men and women we just recognized,” Emanuel said.

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By Request…

eagle honors fallen

This image was requested by our own Mother Load. She’s right. It’s a touching tribute to our fallen warriors on Memorial Day – even a day late.

The picture was taken at the National Cemetery at Fort Snelling, Minnesota by amateur photographer Frank Glick. He determined whose grave stone the eagle was perched on, contacted the family of the deceased.

Amateur photographer Frank Glick snapped this photo on his way to work one day. A friend of his suggested that he contact any living relatives of the soldier the eagle had landed upon.

The grave belonged to Maurice Ruch, and his widow was “delighted to receive a copy of the eagle watching over her beloved husband.”

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Bernie Sanders: 23 Deodorant Choices While Kids Go Hungry

Weird. With food stamps and two meals a day being served at schools everywhere, why would a child be left hungry?

Self-proclaimed socialist and progressive favorite Senator Bernie Sanders (I., VT) laments the idea that Americans can choose between “23 underarm spray deodorants” as children go hungry under President Obama’s economy.

“You don’t necessarily need a choice of 23 underarm spray deodorants when children are hungry in this country,” Sanders told John Harwood in an interview posted Tuesday.

Sanders will make his official campaign Democratic presidential announcement alongside the Ben and Jerry’s cofounders in Burlington on Tuesday.


Hillary’s “The Everyday Pantsuit Tee”


Sadly, it’s real…

Cheeky, chic, youth-oriented, red pantsuit t-shirt. These are words that describe the items in Hillary Clinton’s brand-new presidential campaign store—and the tone that Clinton wants to set in the race.

The frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination launched her online store Tuesday morning. The store—which offer clothes, bumper stickers, and signs—will allow Clinton both to sell goods to bankroll her campaign, and more important, to build out her email list for heavy-duty fundraising down the road.

The overall look of the store items will also help define Clinton’s image among voters.

Visitors to the store can find a $30 “pantsuit tee” with the Hillary logo, or a t-shirt with the words “women’s rights are human rights are women’s rights,” which echoes Clinton’s 1995 speech in Beijing. A $55-stitched pillow in the store says “A woman’s place is in the White House,” and a coffee mug has the words “Red, white and brew.”

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More Racist Commie Drivel From Her Majesty

Shape the revolutions of your time.

First Lady Michelle Obama spoke today to graduates of Oberlin College. She encouraged the graduating class to “rise above the noise and shape the revolutions of your time.”

“[T]hink about how even with all the gridlock and polarization in Washington, we have made so much change these past six years: 12 million new jobs. Sixteen million people who finally have health insurance. Historic agreements to fight climate change. Epic increases in college financial aid. More progress on LGBT rights than any time in our history. And today, it is no longer remarkable to see two beautiful black girls walking their dogs on the South Lawn of the White House lawn. That’s just the way things are now,” Obama said to applause at the liberal arts college.

“See, graduates, this is what happens when you turn your attention outward and decide to brave the noise and engage yourself in the struggles of our time. And that’s why, in his remarks 50 years ago, Dr. King urged the class of ‘65 to “stand up” and “be a concerned generation.” And, graduates, that call to action applies just as much to all of you today.

” And I want to be very clear: Every city ordinance, every ballot measure, every law on the books in this country –- that is your concern. What happens at every school board meeting, every legislative session –- that is your concern. Every elected official who represents you, from dog catcher all the way to President of the United States –- they are your concern.

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War Drums: US – China War ‘Inevitable’

I’d expect some sort of “provocation” from China…

Warning from state-run China newspaper as Beijing reveals plans for development of disputed South China Sea islands

China has vowed to step up its presence in the South China Sea in a provocative new military white paper, amid warnings that a US-China war is “inevitable” unless Washington drops its objections to Beijing’s activities.

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In Honor of the Fallen

The Military that we field today is the recipient of all the lessons that it has learned in all the Battles it has ever fought. Naturally those lessons are written in the blood of those whose lives were required to teach those lessons. All of those lessons are cataloged, studied and taught at the various Military Academies that produce those who will lead our Troops into Battle. Those lessons are then imparted on the Troops whose lives depend on serving in a Military that studies its lessons well so that when the time comes that they should execute a Battle Plan, it will take into account all the lessons that the History of Warfare has taught it.

In the award winning National Geographic Documentary that follows, you will get to see what War is all about. You will see the finest young men this Country can produce meet the obligations of the Oath of Enlistment they volunteered to make. They signed a contract to serve in a unit that guaranteed that they would meet the Enemy in the land of the Enemy. Everything that you will witness them enduring in the documentary that follows are the things they asked to endure knowing that it may well cost them their lives. Most of them are teenagers.

When you think of those who have given their lives in the cause of Freedom on behalf of the people of the United States it is easy to think of them as larger than life, made of steel. They weren’t. Most of them were young boys until they decided to defend the United States with their lives. They were just like the young men you are about to meet in a small piece of Hell on Earth known as the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan.

In Honor of all of the men and women who have fallen in the cause of the United States in the current World War and all who have fallen who have provided the lessons of how it is that our Nation has been secured…


A Sunday Night Movie

How can we enjoy a Memorial Day Weekend without John Wayne?

Here’s a classic to enjoy on a Sunday night…

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A Sunday Matinee

In honor of all Devil Dogs who have fallen in the defense of our Country…

Our Memorial Day Weekend Sunday Matinee is below the fold…

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Boeing Announces Aimed EMP Weapon

The source calls this weapon ‘Amazing’ and ‘Slightly terrifying’. That probably covers it.



The weapon in question: Boeing’s “CHAMP,” short for Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project. It’s essentially the old nuclear electromagnetic pulse weapon that we used to worry so much about — but without the nuclear part. CHAMP carries a small generator that emits microwaves to fry electronics with pinpoint accuracy. It targets not nations or cities but individual buildings, blacking out their electronics rather than blowing up physical targets (or people).

What makes CHAMP even more interesting is that, unlike a nuclear electromagnetic pulse weapon, which fires once, blacking out entire nation-states, CHAMP can fire multiple times, pinpointing and blacking out only essential targets. This would permit, for example, taking down radar defenses in a hostile state, while saving the electrical grid that supports the civilian population. In a 2012 test flight in Utah, a single CHAMP was reported to have blacked out seven separate targets in succession, in one single mission.”

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A Sunday Sermon

It’s a beautiful Sunday morning of a beautiful Memorial Day Weekend. I hope that everyone is enjoying it to the fullest. As it is Sunday morning we open the doors to the Real Revo Chapel once again. There may be a weary traveler passing by who needs a good word. We have it here. The doors are open, come on in.

A losing Battle – A message by Pastor Herb Reavis of North Jacksonville Baptist Church

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The Saturday Night Special

In honor of those who gave their lives in the service of the Air Forces of the United States…

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The Saturday Matinee

A not so well known film that pays tribute to the Sailors who delivered Marines to their objectives in the Pacific during World War Two.

I hope that everyone is having an enjoyable Memorial Day Weekend!

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Fun With Propane And Golf Balls

I gotta try this:

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Friday Night at the Movies


For most Americans tonight is the beginning of their first 3 Day Weekend of 2015. There are some who have already had one but for most of us this is the first real big weekend to get out, maybe take a road trip or maybe go the Beach, the Lake, the River, the Mountains or wherever anyone might choose to escape to after being on a steady grind for nearly 5 Months now. Even when I was in the Army, today marked the beginning of a long awaited party weekend. Friday began with Division Review. This was followed by early dismissal of the Troops and then I hit the road to Florida. I spent my first Memorial Day Weekend in the Army in Jail in my hometown. Very nice. As I recall, not a single thought about the true meaning of Memorial Day passed through my mind as I enjoyed the plush environs of the Duval County Jail.

Well this is not the Duval County Jail. This is the Real Revo. We will remember the things Memorial Day is all about. We will honor the sacrifices made in the defense of this Country in several ways, one of which is by sharing movies that are dedicated to that subject.

Tonight we begin our observances with the Troops of the Liberty Division.

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Tinfoil Or True?

I have seen this in several places. Does anyone have any information? I have read that at least four of the dead were killed by police.

The bloody incident at Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant was not a “biker shootout.” At present there is no evidence that any of the nine victims were killed by fellow bikers, rather than being “taken out” by the scores of police — including snipers — who had effectively turned the parking lot into a kill zone.”

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Freaky Friday Photo Caption Contest



Not To Be Outdone By Kim Jung Un…

… Who killed a man with an anti-aircraft gun, Islamic State executes a man with a rocket propelled grenade:

Video: Islamic State In Syria Executes Man Using Rocket Propelled Grenade…

I won’t post the video. The article is here.

They must be awfully flush with weapons now since they took over the US supplied ones left by Iraqi soldiers in Ramadi. Otherwise something like this doesn’t make sense.



Dereliction of Duty

Somebody besides his wife needs to slap the Dog Shit out of this guy. He is in no moral position to lecture others about Dereliction of Duty. Nonetheless he was elected and re-elected to the highest office in the land. As such he may speak to the graduating class of any of our military academies in any way he sees fit.

Zippy presents an example of Dereliction of Duty to the graduating class of the Coast Guard Academy.


More Protests

Yes. There aren’t enough Protests going on in this Country.

Now people who aren’t supposed to be in this Country are going to start their own Protests

The Communist Party continues to work overtime to destroy this Nation. It’s what they do. It’s what they will always do.

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Another EOTWAWKI Update

The Boy Scouts of America have banned Water Gun Fights

I guess they need to more closely monitor how Scouts win their Video Gamer Badge as well.

Just wake up in the morning, look at the national news headlines and say to yourself “This is the dumbest Bullshit ever” and do it every single day because that is one of the few acceptable responses any sane person should have left for this kind of nonsense.


Tweet of the Week

I am calling it early.


Hell On Earth

35 years ago today….

I just turned 7 years old when the eruption happened living 200 miles north of St Helens. Trebor Snoyl heard the eruption. It was more than 500 times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. It triggered the largest landslide in recorded history. The blast caused St. Helens to lose over 1,300 feet in elevation, approximately 15% of it’s original height. The blast killed everything within 230 square miles, including 4 billion feet of timber, 11 million animals and 57 people….including legendary curmudgeon and folk hero Harry R Truman.

In spite of several months of warnings that St Helens could erupt anytime, Harry said screw it. He decided to stay. He and his 16 cats are now covered by several hundred feet of ash and debris.


A Sunday Sermon

It’s another glorious Sunday in Revoworld. The everyday news typically speaks of nothing good. Usually it’s pure evil that greets you by way of the mainstream media every day. That is just one reason why on Sunday we present the Word of God here. It is also in the hope hat someone who is passing through might find something here that changes their life forever.

The doors t the Church are open, come on in.

Blessed are the persecuted – A message from Pastor Herb Reavis of North Jacksonville Baptist Church

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