Tuesday, July 12, 2011

As of August 3, 2011, in the USA, Social Security Recipients ...

...won't be able to pay their rent, purchase groceries or medications and have air conditioning to keep themselves cool in this blistering heat.

How long does anyone believe they will last? 

There is no State or City prepared for these dynamics.

President Obama said today that Social Security Checks would stop after August 3, 2011.

Isn't that the goal of the Regressives? 

Don't they think of every dependent person in the country as 'baggage,'  trouble, lazy or any combination of the three?  Isn't that the truth regardless of what they say?  Why else would they be unwilling to see the folly of the Bush Tax Cuts, especially in disproportion to the wealthy. 

Yet, they claim want a flatter and fairer tax structure.


The Unpretentious First Lady. She loved everyone and everyone loved her.

Shuttle Atlantis is equipped with robots and iPhones.

...The Robotic Refueling Mission (click here) flying aboard the space shuttle Atlantis will use the International Space Station’s Dextre robot to test tools for refueling and repairing existing satellites, none of which were designed with reuse in mind.
“I’ve likened it to a Fisher-Price play toy for a robot, and I don’t mean that in a negative sense,” Atlantis commander Chris Ferguson said in a preflight interview....

I don't believe it has the sticker price of Fisher - Price.

Android and iPhone ride to ISS on Atlantis (click title to entry - thank you)


Last of Atlantis' solid rocket boosters return to Space Coast (click here)

By Margaret Kavanagh, Reporter
Last Updated: Monday, July 11, 2011 12:06 PM

An emotional day on the Space Coast as the solid rocket boosters return for the very last time Monday.
They're responsible for giving space shuttle Atlantis enough power to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth.
Crew onboard the Freedom Star has been out at sea since Thursday.
The rocket boosters separate from the external tank a few miles after liftoff and fall into the ocean. They're retrieved about 150 miles out at sea.
The crew members said the trip out there was difficult because of the weather, but said it was amazing to see the amount of people waving them in when they arrived.

An emotional day on the Space Coast as the solid rocket boosters return for the very last time Monday.