Zebra 3 Report by Joe Anybody
Friday, 24 November 2006
Well Written Article On Irony
Mood:  cool
Now Playing: A Mickey Z quote

As "they" say:

perception is reality

Kill someone while wearing a uniform and you’re a hero...do it in gang colors and you’re a criminal.

Hire a lawyer to help you find tax loopholes and you’re a good businessman...make a few bucks off the books and you’re a tax cheat.

Sell cigarettes, alcohol and lottery tickets and you’re an entrepreneur...smoke a joint and bet with a bookie: you’re a menace to society.

Show some flesh in a particular magazine and you’re a pornographer...flash some skin on a public bus and you’re a Calvin Klein ad.

Collect food stamps and you’re a welfare queen...hire a lobbyist to win government subsidies, tax breaks, and protectionist tariffs and you’re General Motors.

Invade Kuwait and you’re the “next Hitler”...invade Iraq and you’re “George W. Bush, Leader of the Free World.”

Claim that the Messiah regularly visits your suburban home and Mel Gibson’s faithful will beat a path to your door...claim to be the Messiah in Waco and they’ll drive a tank through your living room.

Sell guns in a ghetto and you’re on the cover of Newsweek as a bad guy...sell fighter jets to a Third World nation and you’re on the cover of Newsweek as a good guy.

Reprint State Department press releases verbatim and you’re a respected investigative journalist...challenge mainstream culture and you’re gonna have a hell of a time trying to earn money as a writer.

~ Mickey Z


Posted by Joe Anybody at 8:42 PM PST
Updated: Friday, 24 November 2006 9:05 PM PST
Wednesday, 22 November 2006
PIGS use *FORCE* on Janitors in Houston
Mood:  on fire
Now Playing: Protesting Janitors Win Victory

Janitors' Victory in Houston Sparks Hope

for New Era of Economic Gains for Families



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Last night, more than 5,300 janitors won victory in a national fight for good jobs and health care. They negotiated a city-wide union contract that will more than double their income, increase their work hours, and provide quality, affordable health insurance.

Over the past month, we've told you about their fight, asked you to take action on behalf of Ercilia Sandoval and her striking coworkers, and pressure oil giant, Chevron, to do the right thing.

Your calls, e-mails, and solidarity, along with other acts of solidarity worldwide, helped shine the spotlight on the fight of janitors making $20 a day to clean offices and toilets of wealthy corporations.

"This is an incredible victory for our families and for all families," said Ercilia Sandoval. "When I go back to work, I will go back proud of what we have accomplished, not just for us and our families, but for all of the workers in this city who work very hard but are paid very little. We showed what can be done, what must be done to make America a better place."

The janitors' agreement comes on the heels of an historic week of civil disobedience in Houston. Nearly 80 people demonstrated their courage and commitment to janitors' fight by risking arrest since the strike began. The non-violent protests reached a critical point when, on Nov. 16, mounted policemen charged nearly 50 Houston janitors and supporters from other cities engaged in civil disobedience.









Zebra3 Readers, I am sickened once again on the use of FORCE by the POLICE, and in this case against peaceful demonstrators  who were protesting for their rights to a decent wage and health care.

Did you see the video of the PIGS attacking them?

I use the word "pig" because that is exactly what they are!

Not all police do I refer to in this way

"But I call it like I see it"



Posted by Joe Anybody at 5:26 PM PST
Updated: Thursday, 23 November 2006 10:51 PM PST
Tuesday, 21 November 2006
This is a shocking Video Documentry
Mood:  don't ask
Now Playing: North Korea Children Homeless & Starving


Posted by Joe Anybody at 10:02 PM PST
Updated: Tuesday, 21 November 2006 10:12 PM PST
Sunday, 19 November 2006
Nothing Serious
Mood:  lucky
Now Playing: Two Fun Links - For A Change ......Again





Posted by Joe Anybody at 11:33 PM PST
Updated: Monday, 20 November 2006 12:48 AM PST
Friday, 17 November 2006
Submarines of the US need their FLEX ROOM
Mood:  sharp
Now Playing: I spy a USA sub in Canadian waters
Topic: WAR

Hello Zebra3 Readers ...

   Here is an article on the issue of nuclear submarine of the USA..... going up the Strait of Juan de Fuca ....between Canada and the U.S. <i think?> And how for many years the subject of the right to do this was in limbo. Now as the first/last paragraph eloquently expresses.... the US got it's its pro-military-bad-ass-way.

The first/last paragraphs by: John Clearwater
 November 6, 2006
The US Navy, as the premier power-projection force of the United States, would not allow any restriction on travel in waters anywhere in the world. Their blanket position is that the entire world is the operational area for the U.S. Navy, and that there are no sovereign areas. Total freedom of movement remains non-negotiable.
The Canadian government could congratulate itself on doing what was necessary to protect sovereignty, and the US Navy got what it demanded. With a simple exchange of notes, Canada once more gave up more sovereignty to the United States, and more nuclear weapons would transit through Canada on a regular basis.

Read the complete article here from the website:



Interesting how the US gets it's way and gets the military submarine access! Somehow as I read this it makes me think of Iraq and Afghanistan ....and subsequently ...that this kind of dominance and such a prolific military superiority attitude seems wrong!

At least to this joe anybody something seems amiss!

My "radar" of right or wrong just went 0ff

Posted by Joe Anybody at 10:54 PM PST
Updated: Sunday, 19 November 2006 10:30 AM PST
Who is Stealing All This Information?
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: Identity Thefts Skyrocket - I Suspect I know Why

NOVEMBER 17 Update

So all these mass amounts of thefts of "average joe's" personal information is being "scrapped" errrrrr.... I mean stolen day in and day out

I forget where I also have read confirmations to my suspicions that our own sneaky government is behind a good portion of this

For Big Brother or the CIA or The FBI or for all those Homeland Security departments to get their hands on this stuff that they want and need ...theft is the easiest way.

They NEED THIS INFO for their data mining and their "big brother spy networks" to function. Buying the info off the black market or illegally collecting it through thefts and mix ups is the way that their data bases are getting the "needed" information ....which is private stuff on you and me and the average joe anybody. This info is not so readily available to those NEEDING big brother agencies ....so a little pilfering will suffice just fine ......well that is what I suspect is happening

Read these two articles below and then follow the links

Think about my suspicions and then watch this Data Theft topic continue to expand. Refer back to this page by clicking on link below then bookmark that/this page for latter:

SAVE THIS THIS Zebra3 Report

Come back right here for added updates as I find out more information in the days ahead.


In September, The Commerce Department disclosed

the loss of 1,137 laptops -- many of which contained personal information on Americans. The agency

also disclosed that, since 2003, about 297 electronic devices containing sensitive data had gone missing.


More info here:





Almost 450 IRS Laptops Either Stolen or Lost Since 2003


The Internal Revenue Service is the latest federal agency to admit it has lost or had stolen many laptop computers. Documents obtained by WTOP through the

Freedom of Information Act,

which shows that from 2002 till now, the agency had

478 laptops either lost or stolen.

The personal data of taxpayers, including Social Security numbers, were in 112 computers.


The largest was revealed in May,

when the Department of Veterans Affairs announced that a hard drive and laptop containing sensitive data on 26.5 million veterans, active duty military personnel,and family members had been stolen from an employee's home. 

More info here:

Internal Revenue Service:http://www.irs.gov/ 

EPIC's page on the

Veterans Affairs Data Theft: 





Posted by Joe Anybody at 1:44 PM PST
Updated: Sunday, 19 November 2006 10:49 AM PST
Thursday, 16 November 2006
blink and blip might still be there
Mood:  amorous
Now Playing: blip tv = videos by the average joe

Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:26 AM PST
Updated: Thursday, 16 November 2006 12:52 AM PST
Wednesday, 15 November 2006
New York Times News Stories Joe Anybody recommends to Zebra 3 Readers
Mood:  loud
Now Playing: NOW HEAR THIS ---> Zebra3 Report passes the news along to readers


From Today Newspaper November 15 2006

The articles are free to read 

 But you may have to log in to access them?


Officials Clash Over Mentally Ill in Florida Jails

In one of the toughest rulings to date on the subject, Judge Farnell said last month that he would start fining the department $1,000 a day for each mentally ill inmate who stayed in the Pinellas County Jail longer than 15 days. The judge, based in Clearwater, expressed outrage about the agency’s “conscious decision” to ignore court orders.


Inmate’s Death in Solitary Cell Prompts Judge to Ban Restraints

Shackled to a concrete slab, Timothy Joe Souders spent the final days of his life naked and lying in his own urine, sweating through temperatures higher than 100 degrees in an isolated prison cell.

Mr. Souders, 21, with a history of severe mental illness, died on Aug. 6 after four days in a segregation cell at the Southern Michigan Correctional Facility in Jackson. His death led prison officials to revise restraint policies for unruly prisoners, limiting “top of the bed” restraints to a maximum of six hours.

This week, a federal judge in Kalamazoo, Mich., said the revisions were not enough. Scolding officials for failing to provide adequate treatment to mentally ill inmates, the judge said Monday that the conditions leading to Mr. Souders’s death constituted “torture.”


Abramoff Set to Start Prison Term

Mr. Abramoff was sentenced in March to five years and 10 months after pleading guilty in Miami to fraud charges involving his purchase of a gambling cruise-ship line.


Cheney Asks for Dismissal of Case

Vice President Dick Cheney, asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought against him by a former operative of the CIA who says the White House leaked her identity to reporters.


California: Groups Sue Over Climate Report

Three environmental groups — Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and the Center for Biological Diversity — filed a lawsuit in Federal District Court in San Francisco, saying the Bush administration failed to submit a national report on climate change to Congress, as required by federal law.


Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:25 PM PST
Updated: Wednesday, 15 November 2006 12:27 PM PST
EFF and our new Congress
Mood:  lyrical
Now Playing: NSA spying - TSA travel rules - More

Zebra3 Readers here is some good info on current issues

Thank goodness for the EFF


November 14, 2006

EFF to Fight Against Spying Case Delays in Friday Hearing

Judge to Consider Next Steps in Class Action Lawsuits

San Francisco - On Friday, November 17, at 10:30 a.m., a federal judge in San Francisco will consider the next steps in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's (EFF's) class-action lawsuit against AT&T.


EFF Asks Supreme Court to Tackle Secret Law

Americans Have the Right to See Laws They Must Follow

Washington, D.C. - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and a coalition of non-profit organizations asked the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to hear a case challenging a secret law governing travelers in American airports.


Court Grants Appeal in AT&T Spying Case

EFF Battles Effort to Dismiss Surveillance Lawsuit

San Francisco - The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals announced today that it will hear the U.S. government's and AT&T's appeal of a district court's decision allowing the Electronic Frontier Foundation's (EFF's) case against AT&T to go forward. The lawsuit alleges that AT&T collaborated in the National Security Agency's (NSA's) illegal spying program. The 9th Circuit did not rule on the merits of the appeal.



Posted by Joe Anybody at 9:30 AM PST
Monday, 13 November 2006
Mood:  lazy
Now Playing: Another Joe speaks up!



Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:20 AM PST
Updated: Monday, 13 November 2006 12:30 AM PST

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