WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING The mouse cried because of the snake,and the snake came to see the mouse,horror,chills,thrills,not for the faint of heart or those with headaches,upset stomach,uncut fingernails,room unclean, etc..., THEY'RE BACK AND THEY ARE REALLY MEAN VILE CREATURES OF TERROR.

Saturday, September 22, 2007


OLD BLIND JOE or OLD BIG TOE - THE STUMBLER TIMES OpEd: The Stumbler Times, a division of The Mouse Cried (link below) Saturday, September 22, 2007 1 hour 11 min ago I don't think I understand the healthcare debate, instead of a universal healthcare for all why not just insure those who do not have any healthcare and allow others to keep the healthcare they already have at their workplace instead of adding a more heavier burden on the taxpayer (you). It doesn't make sense to insure 300+ million Americans instead of the 40 million estimated without insurance. This sounds an awful lot like taking away the "business" side of responsibility of providing healthcare and allowing the individual to pay for their own. This probably, since healthcare would be free stop the employeer from utilizing "safe worker enviroment" and kill any chance of lawsuit against doctors, lawyers, and employeers irregardless of their malpractice and their allowing more "unsafe" conditions in the workroom floor. A most definite win for the rich, business owners, doctors, and a loss to the poor man who must saddle the finance side of the equation, and I say the "poor" as middle class is to be wiped out by the "illegal underpaid slaves" we call aliens or Mexican peoples. Look for an end of the FMLA program to help protect the worker from being harrassed and fired, most from the unsafe conditions which cause on the job injuries, Yes, I think they, the employeer and big business have suckered the American people again. Story: Courtesy of the real news from: Photo: Courtesy or Zara outfitters whom have just designed a swasitka on their new purses and withdrew the stock as they found people have not quite forgotten Hitler and the camps. Since they have withdrawn the purse they ask for your continued business. We've came along way?


Fashion chain Zara withdraws swastika handbag Fri Sep 21, 10:57 AM ET Spanish fashion chain Zara has withdrawn a handbag from its stores after a customer in Britain complained swastikas were embroidered on it. Zara, owned by the world's second largest fashion retailer Inditex, said it did not know the 39 pound ($78) handbag had green swastikas on its corners. The bags were made by a supplier in India and inspired by commonly used Hindu symbols, which include the swastika. The original design approved by Zara did not have swastikas on it, Inditex said. "After the return of one bag we decided to withdraw the whole range," said a spokesman for Inditex, which has more than 3,330 stores in 66 countries. Zara pulled the bags after 19-year-old Rachel Hatton told Britain's Daily Mail she asked for a refund when she spotted swastikas on her bag. "The shop assistants were quite shocked as well to find out this symbol was on there," she told BBC radio. A British anti-fascism group said the bags were an attempt to legitimize fascism and the Daily Star tabloid newspaper ran a picture of Adolf Hitler next to its story headlined, "Fury over Nazi Fashion Bags." The swastika is an ancient religious symbol for Hindus and Buddhists, and has represented the sun, strength and good luck to many groups around the world. Since its adoption by the Nazi Party in 1920, people in the West have associated the swastika with Nazi dictator Hitler.