Saturday, September 30, 2006

After decades of research from the best minds that humanity has.
We invented computers and the internet to further mans knowledge.
Now we have reached the pinnacle.
The lofty heights that is man at his best!

I present to you

the "Bacon Tomb!"

click here if you dare!

Friday, September 29, 2006

Defining moments in history captured on film.

There are certain moments in our history that define an entire era, and there are key photographs which captured those moments. This section of the WEB site is dedicated to those moments, and the images that captured them for posterity.

As an example, we feature above a photograph of Abraham Lincoln taken on October 3, 1862 on the Battlefield of Antietam. This is perhaps the best outdoor portrait of Lincoln extant. He is shown standing next to Allan Pinkerton (Left) and General McClernand (Right).

The Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest day in American History. There were 23,000 casualties in one day . . . four times the casualties suffered during the D-Day invasion. The Battle of Antietam was one of the defining moments in American History.

In the fall of the year 1862, Abraham Lincoln had become desperate for a victory in the Civil War. Up to that time, the South had achieved victory after victory. Bull Run, Wilson's Creek, and Shiloh had all been convincing victories for the South. Abraham Lincoln realized that if the North did not achieve a victory soon, the survival of the Union would be in doubt. This led Abraham Lincoln to look to God and make an offer . . . Lincoln prayed that if God would grant him victory on the battlefield, he would free the slaves.

Slavery had haunted Lincoln for some time. He fully realized the cruelty and brutality of this corrupt institution, but he did not have the strength to stand up against it. Desperate for a victory, he made the deal with God. Shortly after this, he received news of McClellan's success at Antietam. Despite devastating losses, McClellan was able to drive Lee out of Maryland, and back into Virginia. The battle of Antietam was fought on September 17, 1862. On September 22, 1862 Abraham Lincoln honored the promise he made to God, and issued the Emancipation Proclamation.

The picture above was taken on October 3, 1862. Lincoln is shown standing on the Battlefield of Antietam. The following day, October 4, 1862 his Emancipation Proclamation appeared for the first time on the pages of Harper's Weekly, the most widely distributed newspaper of the day.

Click here to see more

Monday, September 25, 2006

News Flash!
AP-Lake hopatcong NJ 9/25/06 5:32pm

It has been widely thought that my Father
Clifford Hugo Anderson has never made a mistake.
Searching the internet, the New York Times archives
and speaking with government sources it is apparant
that the world at large has never seen or heard of
my Father ever making a mistake.

Now with the help of an unidentified source who lives
in Willingboro NJ I have uncovered a photo that I am sure
Mr. Anderson never wanted to go public!

Here we find Mr. Anderson at work.

Photo allegedy taken in 1959

at MacGuire air force base
where Mr. Anderson was working on
the infamous C.118 parc program.

This is a close up of his right hand.
Clearly, the pencil he is writing with is
turned around.

He is obviously erasing an error!

This shocking photo has blown the lid
off of an incredible story. Many lives have been
built upon the knowledge that Clifford H. Anderson
was perfect. Therapists around the country are clearing
their schedules to deal with trauma that is sure to follow.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Where we are right now,

all of our trauma and pain,

all of our friends and family,

our story up to this point,

is exactly where we need to be,

to be able to save the world!


Friday, September 22, 2006

22 Years ago today Bonnie and I were married!

Heres what happened on that day.
Brussels princess Astrid marries arch duke Lorenz of Austrian-Este
The Cosby show premieres
Apples Mac 512 Introduced

Top ten songs

  1. What's Love Got To Do With It Tina Turner
  2. I Just Called To Say I Love You Stevie Wonder
  3. Cruel Summer Bananarama
  4. The Glamorous Life Sheila E.
  5. The Warrior Scandal
  6. Drive The Cars
  7. If This Is It Huey Lewis & The News
  8. Missing You John Waite
  9. Let's Go Crazy Prince & The Revolution
  10. She Bop Cyndi Lauper
It's the Autumnal equinox

1984 Economy / Prices
President: Ronald W. Reagan
Vice President: George Bush

Population: 235,824,902
Life expectancy: 74.7 years

High: 1,287
Low: 1,086

Federal spending: $851.85 billion
Federal debt: $1564.7 billion
Consumer Price Index: 103.9
Unemployment: 9.6%

Cost of a new home: $97,600.00
Median Household Income: $22,415.00
Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.20
Cost of a gallon of regular gas: $1.21
Cost of a dozen eggs: $1.01
Cost of a gallon of Milk: $2.26
adjusted for inflation a gallon of gas $2.12

$$$ -Top Movie Money Makers
Beverly Hills Cop $234,760,478
Ghostbusters $220,855,490
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom $179,870,271
Gremlins $148,168,459
The Karate Kid $90,800,000

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Death valley

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

A young girl lies down beside a sleeping panda,
behind a window
at Beijing Zoo Wednesday Sept. 20, 2006.

Police were investigating
Wednesday after another panda bit a drunken Chinese tourist
who jumped into the enclosure and tried to hug it on Tuesday.
The tourist, Zhang Xinyan, then bit the panda during a struggle,
before zookeepers were able to rescue the man.

(AP Photo/Greg Baker)

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

This full-color illustrated book is a fun way for parents to
teach young children the valuable lessons of conservatism.
Written in simple text, readers can follow along
with Tommy and Lou as they open a lemonade stand
to earn money for a swing set. But when liberals start
demanding that Tommy and Lou pay half their
money in taxes, take down their picture of Jesus,
and serve broccoli with every glass of lemonade,
the young brothers experience the downside to living in Liberaland.


Claudio Paulo Pinto is looking to break an eye-popping record.
Literally. Pinto can pop his eyeballs out of their sockets
at least 7 millimeters (0.3 inches), a national record for
eye-popping according to RankBrasil, an organization
modeled after the Guinness Book of World Records that
lists Brazilian records.

Friday, September 15, 2006

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

A time lapse image from the southern pole.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Some of our Summer

Thursday, September 07, 2006

I think I broke my toe

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Spam poetry

The fundamental impossibility of a complete explanation
has caused some to refuse any attempt at explanation.
This attitude amounts to a rejection of reason itself
and leaves our deep need for insight completely unsatisfied.
The select ion and critique of general basic principles,
basic laws and postulates must thus also be one of the
main objectives of world-view construction.

Monday, September 04, 2006

The scandinavian festival at
Vasa park, Budd Lake

Saturday, September 02, 2006

I was feeling sorry for myself today,
driving in the rain,
miserable day,

Then I saw this woman and her car.

Now I don't feel so miserable.
It could be worse.

Friday, September 01, 2006

Don Marco. When you look at this picture
it seems like a nice picture.
It's even more amazing is the fact that
it is completly done with Crayola crayons!


Death Facts

Here are 20 Things You Didn't Know About Death. For example:

* No American has died of old age since 1951.
* Eighty percent of people in the United States die in a hospital.
* More people commit suicide in New York City than are murdered.
* It is estimated that 100 billion people have died since humans began.