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.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008


MAYOR VOWS TO STAY IN "Lingerie" WHILE IN OFFICE (You can't makeup this type of news - only from a Page One Production - The Mouse Cried)MySpace photos show Oregon mayor posing in lingerie on black fire engineupdated 11:49 a.m. ET, Sat., Jan. 19, 2008 (D)ARLINGTON(e), Ore. - Mayor Carmen Kontur-Gronquist, whose MySpace photos of her posing in lingerie on a black fire engine put this Columbia River town of something into 600 a pother, told ABC's 20/20 Friday night that she's not stepping down. "Drag me out of here, they're going to have to drag me," she said. The pictures were taken before she thought of running for mayor, said Kontur-Gronquist, 42, the first woman to hold the unpaid position. She said she had permission from the fire chief to use the engine and had intended to use the photos in a contest about fitness in women. A relative set up the MySpace page, hoping it would jump-start her social life, said Kontur-Gronquist, a single parent. Family members uploaded the photos and she said she saw no reason to take them down once elected. "I had no clue that it would cause such a negative reaction," she said. "I called my council members and apologized. Everyone is entitled to their own private life." At a council meeting this month some people asked for her to resign. "they're laughing at us, People aren't laughing with us, they're laughing at us," said school board member Grant Wilkins. Others see they say no problem. Kontur-Gronquist vows to continue as mayor until her term ends in January 2009. "The first lesson that I learned (as mayor in lingerie) is that you'll never make everybody happy. That's the toughest," she said.You can make some of the people happy some of the time, but you can't make people get out of their lingerie if they do no want to all the time.

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Sunday, January 27, 2008





WHY YOU CAN'T GET YOUR MAIL An article you will only see on Themousecried bringing you the only truth in media with no bias. A PAGE ONE PRODUCTION UPDATED: Sunday, January 27, 2008 2:10pm IRI - A Page One Enterprise Reporter: Atta Boi In a meeting of Postal Governors assembled at the White House before the Congressional investigative branch called OIG ( Office of the Inspector General ) Postmaster E. Don Karrie made postal history with his remarks. "We have known for quite sometime in the postal community why it is and has become so difficult to obtain your mail, that is, why the everyday citizen cannot get their mail". stated Postmaster E. Don Karrie. In a quick rebuttal the Honourable Congresswoman Wanna Knotte Servu from the state of Virginia stated, "Pray tell Mr. Karrie, I think we all join in anticipation to hear this, so speak on." "In our research of more than 50 branches throughout the United States and from our sister branches found throughout the world and being funded by the Congressional Oversight Undertaking of the General House or as we use the common acronym phrase, COUGH, and at a cost of 1/3.5 billion dollars we have made some inroads on the problem." stated Postmaster E. Don Karrie. "In all of these branches we have found the customer to be at fault but not to their own blame, it was a conglomeration, if you will of many things to which we will need more time and funding to exact the cause to a specific reason." "Postmaster E. Don Karrie, in other words, you really don't know any more than you did, do you? and how dare you to come before this respectful committee with nothing to show for all your research except we need more money, who do you think we are and how naive do you think this committee to be?" exclaimed the Honourable Congressman Given U. Moore from the grand state of Idaho, "Have you no answers to why the common citizen has not been able to receive their mail in a timely fashion?" "That's just it Congressman, we do have answers, as I was stating, in our research we have found a common link to be the reason and a very simple one although I must admit we are not sure at this time what the real cause, underlying as it may be, of the failure of the recipitent not receiving their mail, however we do know the reason the post office cannot deliver the mail in a timely fashion. In our research we have discovered that 98.6% of the addresses, names, block numbers, spellings in the local phone books in the local communities to be in error. Even when we approached the phone books in larger cities we found the ratio of errors to be 90.8% of the same type of mistakes. In any event we have ascertained certain conclusions to our research: 1. Since in the larger cities we found a 07.6 less error rate difference than in the smaller cities, we could approach the problem by making the smaller cities larger, but this could take substantial time to accomplish and would create a larger volume of mail which would increase the numbers of errors and eventually lead to more testing and much more funding than that we are seeking here today. 2. We could assign everyone within a state the same name, or as a matter of fact we could even do it by the local city which would have greater potential and we could ask the citizens to help us in this direction therefore giving them a sense of satisfaction in assisting in their own mail delivery. It would work somewhat like this, lets say that the city is for example Sunbright, Tennessee but the county seat is Morgan County. What we would do is assign for Sunbright the name ( and this could be any generated name ) of Bob Smite but the name for Morgan County itself would be something like Rodney Doorite this eliminating any confusion. In the counties or cities where there are more female than male we could assign the name appropriately. So in, lets say, Sunbright the name that would be on all mail boxes would be Bob Smite and we would assign those whom have mail boxes at their local post office and come there to pick up their mail, we might use the name Bobbi Smited or some other type of name bearing the original name assigned to that county in some form. This way we would know who picks up their mail and whose mail is actually delivered to their home. 3. We could assign everyone a number on their mailbox however, eventually the mailboxes would become longer or wider as currently there are about 280 million people in the US and that number would exclude the illegals which would present a new range of problems, as would also that of the homeless, and we would have to hire mathmaticians to configure who gets what number and how many 0's it would take or number values to assign - this would take a lot of time and more funding. 4. We could teach everyone how to print their own name and address, however, we would first have to know what those might be and now we are talking about obtaining the files from the Department of Licenses and we hear they have similiar problems reaching the same people to renew their license, this too would require additional professors for the correct spelling, and of course, more funding. 5. We could relocate those in smaller counties and cities into the bigger cities, but you would probably have some that would object and it brings to mind the fiasco the government had with the TVA moving in and taking over the land in Tellico, Tennessee and forcing the farmers off the land only to sell the land at a profit, but then you would have to hire more real estate agents and builders. Of course we are more than willing to cooperate with this committee if they should decide to do so as we have brother-in-laws and relatives that do this type of work as we are sure you could contract out as well. 6. It is our conclusion that we would incorporate the first suggestion and combine it with the second which we would have to work out at a later date, nevertheless we are open to any suggestions from this committee, and you can see your monies have been well spent and we have indeed been busy. This concludes our report at this time. "I don't know about the rest of you", exclaimed the Honourable Congressman Given U. Moore, "but I would like to extend a sincere personal apology to Postmaster E. Don Karrie and to make a motion to grant any funding, within reason of course, as I now understand what a difficult challenge he and the board of Governors must labor through to get the job done, my kudos to you and your staff for doing such an outstanding job - well done. This committee stands adjourned for spring break" And with that said the gavel slammed the table as Congress adjourned for the spring break. This has been a special report from the pages of themousecried all rights reserved. Tommorrow: A special report, Paulson pushes Senate for stimulus deal WASHINGTON - President Bush's chief negotiator on an economic aid deal said Sunday the Senate should quickly get behind a plan or risk drawing the resentment of a frustrated public. Copyright © 2008 Themousecried. All rights reserved. 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Saturday, January 12, 2008


IN IT'S STRONGEST LANGUAGE - THE EUROPEAN UNION (OR THE USEU AS IT IS COMMONLY REFERRED TO ) HAS STATED "CLONED" MEAT IS OK, MAYBE, COULD BE, PROBABLY SAFE FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION. EU report says cloned food probably safe Fri Jan 11, 6:31 PM ET Meat and milk from cloned animals is probably safe for humans, the European Union's food safety agency said in a preliminary report released Friday. The report, by the European Food Safety Authority, seems likely to fuel new debate over whether the EU should allow cloned animals to enter the food chain. The 47-page draft cautioned, however, that there was "only limited data available" on animal cloning. It urged consultation with scientists and consumer groups, which have in the past objected to allowing such products onto the market. The EU's Food Safety Authority, which is based in Italy, was directed by the EU's executive office in Brussels last year to investigate what risks were involved in making projects for human consumption from cloned animals. The 27-nation union currently has no laws regulating animal cloning and food. The European Commission is trying to decide whether legislation is needed, said Nina Papadoulaki, spokeswoman for EU Health Commissioner Markos Kyprianou. "Based on current knowledge, there is no expectation that clones or their progeny would introduce any new food safety risks compared with conventionally bred animals," the preliminary report said. Papadoulaki said the commission hoped the report would help EU officials determine whether there is public support for allowing cloned food onto supermarket shelves. She said the commission would seek further advice from an ethics group specializing in science and new technologies, which includes 15 scientists, philosophers, theologians and lawyers. That group is scheduled to issue its own report on the "ethical aspects of animal cloning for food supply" on Jan. 16. Some countries outside the EU are moving to permit cloned animals to enter the food chain. The United States is expected to allow food from cloned animals onto the market sometime this year. A poll conducted in 2006 found, however, that 64 percent of Americans were uncomfortable with animal cloning. The issue is also under review in Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Canada. Scientists across Europe have for years investigated different animal cloning techniques. The most famous example was the cloning of Dolly the sheep in Britain. *Dolly was euthanized in 2003 after she contracted a common livestock disease and her cells showed signs of premature aging. Italian scientists cloned a racehorse in 2005, hoping to pass on genetic lines of champion thoroughbreds. * See: Mad Cow Disease and it's effect on the human brain.

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AS LONG AS - THAT IS - IF PEOPLE WILL ONLY USE THEIR DRIVER'S LICENSE IN A CORRECT MANNER, AND EVEN THOUGH THEY MAY BE "EASILY" COUNTERFEITED OR TAMPERED WITH, IF YOU THE PEOPLE WILL USE IT CORRECTLY, THEN WE HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR OF THE TERROIST'S. THE TERROIST'S ONLY DESIRE IS THAT WE ARE CORRECTLY IDENTIFIED AND THAT IS NOT TO MUCH TO ASK OF THE AMERICAN CITIZEN. 17 States Stuck in License Showdown Fri Jan 11, 3:12 PM ET Americans born after Dec. 1, 1964, will have to get more secure driver's licenses in the next six years under ambitious post-9/11 security rules to be unveiled Friday by federal officials. The Homeland Security Department has spent years crafting the final regulations for the REAL ID Act, a law designed to make it harder for terrorists, illegal immigrants and con artists to get government-issued identification. The effort once envisioned to take effect in 2008 has been pushed back in the hopes of winning over skeptical state officials. Even with more time, more federal help and technical advances, REAL ID still faces stiff opposition from civil liberties groups. To address some of those concerns, the government now plans to phase in a secure ID initiative that Congress passed into law in 2005. Now, DHS plans a key deadline in 2011 — when federal authorities hope all states will be in compliance — and then further measures to be enacted three years later, according to congressional staffers who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because an announcement had not yet been made. DHS officials briefed legislative aides on the details late Thursday. Without discussing details, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff promoted the final rules for REAL ID during a meeting Thursday with an advisory council. "We worked very closely with the states in terms of developing a plan that I think will be inexpensive, reasonable to implement and produce the results," he said. "This is a win-win. As long as people use driver's licenses to identify themselves for whatever reason there's no reason for those licenses to be easily counterfeited or tampered with." In order to make the plan more appealing to cost-conscious states, federal authorities drastically reduced the expected cost from $14.6 billion to $3.9 billion, a 73 percent decline, according to Homeland Security officials familiar with the plan. The American Civil Liberties Union has fiercely objected to the effort, particularly the sharing of personal data among government agencies. The DHS and other officials say the only way to make sure an ID is safe is to check it against secure government data; critics like the ACLU say that creates a system that is more likely to be infiltrated and have its personal data pilfered. In its written objection to the law, the ACLU claims REAL ID amounts to the "first-ever national identity card system," which "would irreparably damage the fabric of American life." The Sept. 11 attacks were the main motivation for the changes. The hijacker-pilot who flew into the Pentagon, Hani Hanjour, had a total of four driver's licenses and ID cards from three states. The DHS, which was created in response to the attacks, has created a slogan for REAL ID: "One driver, one license." By 2014, anyone seeking to board an airplane or enter a federal building would have to present a REAL ID-compliant driver's license, with the notable exception of those more than 50 years old, Homeland Security officials said. The over-50 exemption was created to give states more time to get everyone new licenses, and officials say the risk of someone in that age group being a terrorist, illegal immigrant or con artist is much less. By 2017, even those over 50 must have a REAL ID-compliant card to board a plane. Among other details of the REAL ID plan: _The traditional driver's license photograph would be taken at the beginning of the application instead of the end so that should someone be rejected for failure to prove identity and citizenship, the applicant's photo would be kept on file and checked in the future if that person attempted to con the system again. _The cards will have three layers of security measures but will not contain microchips as some had expected. States will be able to choose from a menu which security measures they will put in their cards. Over the next year, the government expects all states to begin checking both the Social Security numbers and immigration status of license applicants. Most states currently check Social Security numbers and about half check immigration status. Some, like New York, Virginia, North Carolina and California, already have implemented many of the security measures envisioned in REAL ID. In California, for example, officials expect the only major change to adopt the first phase would be to take the photograph at the beginning of the application process instead of the end. After the Social Security and immigration status checks become nationwide practice, officials plan to move on to more expansive security checks, including state DMV offices checking with the State Department to verify those applicants who use passports to get a driver's license, verifying birth certificates and checking with other states to ensure an applicant doesn't have more than one license. A handful of states have already signed written agreements indicating plans to comply with REAL ID. Seventeen others, though, have passed legislation or resolutions objecting to it, often based on concerns about the billions of dollars such extra security is expected to cost. "This is a win-win. As long as people use driver's licenses to identify themselves for whatever reason there's no reason for those licenses to be easily counterfeited or tampered with." "there's no reason for those licenses to be easily counterfeited or tampered with." ". As long as people use driver's licenses to identify themselves for whatever reason" "As long as people use driver's licenses to identify" " As long as people use" "As long as people" "This is a win-win" "a win-win" "win-win" easily "WHOO-HOO" WE WIN AGAIN. REAL ID - IS A PAGE ONE PRODUCTION FROM THE FILES OF themousecried (you wish.)

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FBI wiretap cut off for unpaid bill A QUOTE FROM "IT" REVEALS THE VERY SERIOUS, POIGNANT ATTITUDE OF THE FBI - "IT" SPEAKS OUT FOR THE NON-COMPROMISE OF THE FBI AND PAYMENTS TO THE "ESTABLISHMENTS" - "WE DID NOT FORGET SALARIES - I CAN TELL YOU THAT MUCH," ..IT. "The FBI will not tolerate financial mismanagement," it said. IN A RECENT INTERVIEW WITH IT, IT STATED THAT "WATERBOARDING" CAN AND MAY BE USED ON ANYONE WHOM LAUGHS OR MAKES FUN OF THE FBI CONCERNING THE BELOW ARTICLE. "We all, that is, each of us, not meaning those within the FBI only, but the common "little people" or citizens as they are referred to or like to be referred to, have all forgotten from time to time to pay their bills and were forgiven by those companies whom they owed and that without "penalty" of the law or mockery." "We expect the same to be afforded the FBI, especially as no security has been compromised by the lack of their salary being paid - I mean - as long as we make up the payment to the proper establishments conducting terror, no, that's not what I meant to state, I meant the establishments whom we do business with to conduct wiretaps, heck, you know what I mean." stated, a dishelved It. Thu Jan 10, 2:47 PM ET A telephone company cut off an FBI international wiretap after the agency failed to pay its bill on time, according to a U.S. government audit released on Thursday. The Justice Department's inspector general faulted the FBI for poor handling of money used in undercover investigations, which it said made the agency vulnerable to theft and mishandled invoices. It cited the case in which a wiretap under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which governs electronic spying in terrorism and intelligence cases, was disrupted due to an overdue bill. "Late payments have resulted in telecommunications carriers actually disconnecting phone lines established to deliver surveillance results to the FBI, resulting in lost evidence, including an instance where delivery of intercept information required by a ... FISA order was halted due to untimely payment," the audit said. Inspector general spokeswoman Cynthia Schnedar said she could provide no additional details on the disrupted wiretap. Much of the report contained sensitive law-enforcement information and was not released, she said. The FISA program, denounced by critics as overly intrusive and unconstitutional, is up for renewal in Congress. But lawmakers are bogged down over the scope of the program and liability protections for telephone companies that took part in a domestic eavesdropping program launched by President George W. Bush after the September 11 attacks. The audit followed a 2006 case in which an FBI employee pleaded guilty to stealing more than $25,000 in confidential case funds intended for undercover telecoms services. The FBI acknowledged "widespread agreement" that its 1980s era accounting system was inadequate and said it was working to improve it. "The FBI will not tolerate financial mismanagement," it said. " I don't know what all the haabub (hub-bub) is all about, the FBI were alway on the job and not a single security was breached nor information leaked, the American people can alway trust the FBI and CIA as they do not know the word "failure". stated Osamay bein Laten

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Tuesday, January 1, 2008


Subject: You have an alarm system should you need one
This is brilliant....... Car Keys -- Put your car keys beside your bed at night. If you hear a noise outside your home or someone trying to get in your house, just press the panic button for your car. The alarm will be set off, and the horn will continue to sound until either you turn it off or the car battery dies. This tip came from a neighborhood watch coordinator. Next time you come home for the night and you start to put your keys away, think of this: It's a security alarm system that you probably already have and requires no installation. Test it. It will go off from most everywhere inside your house and will keep honking until your battery runs down or until you reset it with the button on the key fob chain. It works if you park in your driveway or garage If your car alarm goes off when someone is trying to break in your house, odds are the burglar or rapist won't stick around... after a few seconds all the neighbors will be looking out their windows to see who is out there and sure enough the criminal won't want that. And remember to carry your keys while walking to your car in a parking lot. The alarm can work the same way there..... This is something that should really be shared with everyone. Maybe it could save a life or a sexual abuse crime. P.S. I am sending this to everyone I know because I think it is fantastic. Would also be useful for any emergency, such as a heart attack, where you can't reach a phone. My Mom has suggested to my Dad that he carry his car keys with him in case he falls outside and she doesn't hear him. He can activate the car alarm and then she'll know there's a problem.
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If at first you don't sneeze try and try again - never count it a loss, those words you never formed. A PAGE ONE PRODUCTION