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KRIPPLEDWARRIOR



My life has been one continuous learning experience. Back to back to back... one right after another. Maybe you can learn from my experiences and mistakes. Or not..



Updated: 2018-02-07T14:20:08.450-08:00

 



This means WAR

2017-11-02T13:12:13.957-07:00

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an inconvenient truth

2017-03-07T13:27:55.983-08:00

Interesting that the LA Times did this. Lou Dobbs reported this on CNN and it cost him his job. The only network we would see this on would be FOX. All the others are staying away from it. Whether you are a Democrat or Republican, this should be of great interest to you!
Just One State - be sure and read the last part... try for 3 times.
This is only one State... If this doesn't open your eyes, nothing will!
From the L.A. Times.

1. 40% of all workers in LA County (10.2 million people) are working for cash; and not paying taxes. This is because they are predominantly illegal immigrants, working without a green card.
(Donald Trump was right)
2. 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.
3. 75% of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.
4. Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal, whose births were paid for by taxpayers.
5. Nearly 35% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals; they are here illegally.
6. Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages.
7. The FBI reports half of all gang members in Los Angeles are most likely illegal aliens from south of the border.
8. Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal.
9. 21 radio stations in LA are Spanish-speaking.
10. In LA County, 5.1 million people speak English; 3.9 million, speak Spanish. (There are 10.2 million people, in LA County.)
(All 10 of the above facts were published in the Los Angeles Times)
Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops, but 29% are on welfare. Over 70% of the United States' annual population growth, (and over 90% of California, Florida, and New York), results from immigration. Also, 29% of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens.
We are fools for letting this continue.



Help save a life

2017-02-11T19:11:44.165-08:00

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Thank you for your friendship

2016-11-24T04:33:50.186-08:00

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Veterans Day 2016

2016-11-11T12:39:20.110-08:00

It was my highest honor to have served this great nation. And despite the high price I paid for having done so, I would not hesitate to do it again.
GOD BLESS AMERICA.



Language issues

2016-11-05T19:57:36.717-07:00

As seen in the Voice of San Diego: Over two decades ago, a group of Latino immigrant parents protested their local elementary school for refusing to teach their children English. Let me repeat that, for refusing to teach their children English. Those children, for the most part, spoke Spanish in their homes, watched Spanish language TV and communicated in Spanish in their neighborhoods — naturally.But what those parents realized was that when they dropped their children at school, because of that customary use of their native language, they were being forced into Spanish-language classes during those formative elementary school years and not immersed in English until much later. Those parents knew that the larger American society is overwhelmingly English-speaking and that their children's ultimate success – educationally, socially and economically – would depend on their mastery of the English language.That small protest turned into a movement. In 1998, a year that saw Republicans lose all of California's constitutional offices to Democrats, those same California voters overwhelmingly passed Proposition 227, a simple measure to require that children be taught English in elementary school unless their parents disagreed. As a result, hundreds of thousands of Latino children quickly and easily began showing proficiency in English.In fact, the educational results were so exceptional, the New York Times, CBS News and other media outlets reported that within four years, the test scores of over 1 million immigrant schoolchildren had increased within a range from 30-100 percent. Even the founding president of the California Association of Bilingual Educators (who opposed Prop. 227 and now opposes the effort to repeal it with Prop. 58) publicly admitted what immigrant parents instinctively knew: Intensive English immersion was the best educational policy for their children.As a result of the success of English immersion after the passage of Prop. 227, the number of Latinos admitted to California's colleges and universities has, unsurprisingly, increased significantly. Perhaps that is why the proponents of the deceptive Prop. 58 have admitted what their problem is — virtually no parents, immigrant or otherwise, deny the success of English immersion.If the statistics weren't so overwhelming, I would support Prop. 58. But the proven success of English immersion demonstrates that Prop. 58 is not about modernizing the way we teach English, it's about forcing a failed method of English instruction on children against the wishes of their parents. The only people that would benefit from Prop. 58 would be the unemployed bilingual educators whose jobs depend on it.Under current law, parents can ask for bilingual education for their children. No one should be forced into bilingual education at the cost of their educational success so that we can ensure the existence of union jobs. Further, Prop. 58 denies children their future because high-paying jobs demand the ability to speak English. Nothing in Prop. 58 will make kids more competitive.Prop. 58 will undermine the proven success of Prop. 227 by returning us to the days of fewer graduations and college admissions and leaving more children behind. I stand in support of the families that are working to give their children opportunities to succeed – I'm voting no on Prop. 58- Joel Anderson Ca State Senator[...]



Armani makes the man

2016-10-29T22:53:07.184-07:00

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A Freudian pic

2016-05-31T19:08:34.841-07:00

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A Freudian photo

2016-05-18T20:59:37.039-07:00

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One More Time

2016-03-15T17:24:42.769-07:00

On April 7 it will be 10 years of survival Recently I have received several e-mail messages asking the question "how did the warrior get krippled?" So rather than keep writing that e-mail going to answer that question right here today. For those of you who have been longtime followers of my blog this is a rehash for you and you may want to skip it completely. For everyone else...In late March of 2006 I started suffering symptoms that led doctors to believe that I may be having heart trouble. Shortness of breath, heart racing, totally exhausted after mild exertion and general lethargy. But after a battery of EKGs in which all measurements associated with sinus rhythm were normal, the Dr. ordered a basic battery of blood tests and sent me home to await results.on April 7, 2006 at around 1:15 in the morning, my phone rang. It was not unusual as I was on call 7/24 at work. However this time it was not the help desk calling, it was a doctor at the emergency room at Kaiser Permanente. After confirming that he was talking to the right person, he told me I need to come to the emergency room immediately, my blood tests have returned but he did not want to discuss it on the phone. After a long night and most of the day in the emergency room, they admitted me to the hospital and told me that the oncologists would be in to see me soon. The blood tests showed that I had almost no red blood cells and all of my white blood cells were immature. This condition can be caused by leukemia or aplastic anemia. No way to tell for sure which, without administering a bone marrow biopsy.A week later, the biopsy confirmed that I had acute myeloid leukemia (AML). The prognosis was not good the Dr. said that this type of disease has a less than 25% survival rate at five years. But they sent my bone marrow biopsy to an expert in Los Angeles for confirmation. In the interim I received blood transfusions to revitalize my system and keep me from keeling over. This went on for about two weeks, getting transfused every other day, until the results returned. There was a new diagnosis I had a very rare subset of AML which was manifest by a chromosome transfer between T 13-15, a condition known to be caused only by exposure to the chemical benzene. Until the year before my diagnosis this rare form of leukemia was 99% fatal despite bone marrow transplants. But in the interim the Communist Chinese had found that megadoses of retinoic acid would actually cause a transposition between T 13 and 15and correct itself. I was administered the drugs in the form of 11 large capsules four times a day, I don't remember what the total dosage was. But I remember it was huge. In addition to the retinoic acid treatment the oncologists insisted on giving me traditional chemotherapy in an effort to, "kill off the cancerous leukocytes that were roaming in my body."DAUNORUBICIN This chemical was injected into me intravenously once every day for seven days. Hanging from the IV pole the clear plastic bag and clear plastic tubing, the drug resembled orange Kool-Aid almost fluorescent in color.  I remember being told the chief concern was to not get the chemical on my skin as it would burn me. Somehow, having it inside my blood veins was not a comforting thought. They kept me in the hospital for another two weeks to monitor my condition but also to protect me because this chemical would suppress my immune system so drastically that a normal cold which would cause a runny nose and watery eyes for you, would most certainly kill me. I was allowed to go home for a short four hour visit but I was told I must wear a surgical mask, have no physical contact with anyone and I must return to my hospital room before 6 PM. When they finally released me to go home I was told to stay at home and n[...]



It's time to pay up

2016-02-09T18:16:41.527-08:00

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Who knew? Not the clintons

2016-02-09T18:15:50.372-08:00

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It's not a choice

2016-01-24T14:07:53.109-08:00

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Observers need to get involved

2016-01-16T20:04:48.920-08:00

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Hypocrites

2016-01-16T09:45:13.875-08:00

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What would you do?

2016-01-06T20:25:47.862-08:00

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Ya right

2016-01-06T12:41:24.541-08:00

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King Obama haha

2016-01-05T17:31:59.774-08:00

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Numbers

2015-12-30T12:36:41.998-08:00

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In case you didn't know

2015-12-27T19:54:54.644-08:00

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Reality check

2015-12-23T19:43:01.155-08:00

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Chose wisely

2015-12-22T19:51:00.714-08:00

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A blessed event

2015-12-20T19:53:57.478-08:00

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It's a living constitution

2015-12-20T15:14:51.931-08:00

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Pro NRA

2015-12-05T19:53:07.194-08:00

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