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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Blatant ...

... thievery:

Azmat: I think those guys were rob me.
Me: I agree.
Azmat: You scare them off?
Me: I didn't say a word to them.
Azmat: Your gun scare them off.
Me: Perhaps. You should call the police and report this.
Azmat: Yes, I will. You stay and talk to them too?
Me: Sure.

OC works ... get over it.


Tuesday, November 29, 2011

This ...

... is my shocked face:
New research takes some of the most dire global warming projections off the table. A study published last week in the journal Science concludes that the more extreme climate change scenarios, which involve temperature increases of up to 10°F are implausible. Instead, the study finds, we are likely in the midst of a more manageable, but still potentially dangerous, shift in the planet’s climate.

Sorry we made such a big stink about climate change because all of that teeth-gnashing about the seas rising eleventy feet is kinda extreme and not really plausible but it's really really dangerous and you should give all your money to liberals for redistributing.

That about sums it up ... h/t Ace


Monday, November 28, 2011

A quick note ...

... about things regarding the military.

I'm a Marine veteran, having served in Desert Storm. I joined the reserves because I wanted to give something back (but at the time had a sort of career, so didn't want to go full-time). When we got the phone call, I had no regrets or reservations. I went, I served and I came back.

I don't particularly try to remember about that time, and as a result of my Affliction, my memory of it gets dimmer and dimmer.

And on top of that, I'm not particularly witty or eloquent, so writing my thoughts about how I feel about the military is imperfect at best. Suffice it to say that I am eternally grateful for every man and woman who puts him/herself in harms' way to keep us (ostensibly) safe. I will always stand behind the men and women of the military who serve honorably.

The politicians who direct their actions, well, that's another story! Don't hate the player, hate the game ...


Why do people willingly ...

... subject themselves to this:

Matthew Lopez went to the Wal-Mart in Porter Ranch on Thursday night for the Black Friday sale but instead was caught in a pepper-spray attack by a woman who authorities said was "competitive shopping."

I've never been OC'ed before (though I do have experience with CS gas), but I'm not sure I'd respond with less-than-lethal force.

Just sayin' ...


Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

Where ever you are, be safe!


Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The free ice cream ...

... is off for the week. Besides, with Thanksgiving a day away, you really don't need it!


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

JPFO alert

Do Jewish gun control advocates fuel anti-semitism?

This is why ...

... we have a Second Amendment (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC!!):

No, I mean it ...

As long as we have the 2A, this sort of thing will never go unanswered.


Monday, November 21, 2011

Just not feeling it today ...

... can't get the ice cream machine turned on.


Friday, November 18, 2011

This ...

... is kinda scary:

And so, to the very unpleasant crux of the matter. The futures and options markets are no longer viable. It is my recommendation that ALL customers withdraw from all of the markets as soon as possible so that they have the best chance of protecting themselves and their equity. The system is no longer functioning with integrity and is suicidally risk-laden. The rule of law is non-existent, instead replaced with godless, criminal political cronyism.

RTWT, if you dare. It's about a fund manager closing her company, and why.

Vox Day has been beating this drum for years, and so far, I see no evidence that he is wrong.


You know, Mike V ...

... can bring the satire!

This is, or course, Mitt Romney's campaign flag.


Interesting points about ...

... why to carry a Glock:

There is not another gun I own that I would shoot for a week training class without cleaning and expect to run. There is not another gun that I would adjust sights on at the range with a carbide punch. And there is not another gun that I would carry to the range drop on purpose as part of a test and carry home!

The post details four reasons why Balloon carries a Glock. I can't argue with his reasoning, but I just can't shoot Glocks well (and the Hi-power clone I do carry is the limit of my hands). Single-stack single action pistols are what I shoot best, and are what I'm used to.


Thursday, November 17, 2011

Oh noes!!

That damned open carry activism:

The newly formed non-profit organization Idaho Open Carry is hard at work traveling around the state to educate Idahoans about their firearms rights. Among the goals of their mission, Idaho Open Carry aims to inform citizens about the Idaho constitutional right to openly carry a firearm and the laws pertaining to open carry.

Poor Sebastian ...


I'm not sure ...

... they've thought this through:

I want them…I want them to make that decision so they can see…in a few days you going to see what a molotov cocktail can do to Macy’s.

Bring it.


Tam shares ...

... true words:

Everywhere I go on my daily rounds, I keep an eye out for him, walking upright, staying alert and looking around, studying the people around me, and yet the monster never shows himself, never chooses me, but preys on the defenseless instead.



Wednesday, November 16, 2011

This is how ...

... you do it!

Is a mother required to tackle a grown man in order to save her child?

Sean is having his way with the elected bitches in Garner!


You don't say ...

... CO2 is a trailing indicator:

Recently a Japanese Research Institute published a satellite map of sources of CO2 emissions. It was virtually ignored by the mainstream media, but that has become an inverse measure of its significance to the climate debate. It showed a pattern that most would not expect because of the misleading information presented by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) amplified by most media.

To understand the temperature example, think about a 2 liter of soda. When it's cold, it retains it's CO2 better than when it's hot.

Slowly but surely, the climate change advocates are getting their asses handed to them.


Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Seems folks are always ...

... surprised when they learn more about the military:

“I knew I would have an evening that I wouldn’t forget… Something I could tell my friends about,” Timberlake wrote the next day. “What I didn’t know was how moved I would be by the whole experience.”

Yeah, even I admit that my eyes water a bit when I get around organized military functions.


This ...

... is bullshit:

Diaz would normally be looking at 50 years--25 years doubled for murder and use of a gun--but Judge Daniel McNerney could tag on another 25 years at the Jan. 13 sentencing hearing because Diaz's conviction for a prior assault on a police officer could be deemed a previous violent felony.

It's no wonder that no one has any respect for the law anymore, especially when an offense that you've supposedly done your time comes back to haunt (and punish) you again.

This is why I'm against all of the NRA's efforts to more-criminalize crimes criminaled with a gun.

Monday, November 14, 2011


It looks like the next episode of "Person of Interest" (Nov 17) will feature a rare suppressed pistol (as best as I could tell), a Welrod.

The Welrod also figures prominently in chapter 32 of Mike Vanderbeough's Absolved. But be careful reading it ... you'll be accused of some sort of geriatric militia plot to talk someone to death.


I'm not so sure ...

... this is such a good idea:

Picatinny Arsenal is helping the Afghan National Army develop their indirect fire capability to bolster self-defense.

Picatinny, in conjunction with the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan, will support the acquisition of 194 D30, 122mm Howitzers for the Afghan National Army.

In addition to supporting the acquisition of the howitzers, the Program Executive Office Ammunition, or PEO Ammo, has also helped establish a training and mentoring program at the Central Work Shop in Kabul, Afghanistan. At the CWS, mentors/instructors are teaching an Afghan work force how to properly overhaul, repair and maintain the weapons.

I can't see the benefit of helping people get better at doing the kinds of things these people have been doing to non-combatants for centuries.


Sunday, November 13, 2011

It's time for Christian soldiers to put on the armor of God ...

... and pick up a rifle:

The Tennessee church that gave a platform earlier this year to the Dutch politician who was barred from the U.K. for his view of Islam found itself in crosshairs once again when a conference billing itself as America's first on countering the rise of Shariah was forced to find a new venue after threats of violence from Muslims caused its host hotel to cancel.
Does anyone not think that if a Christian group had threatened violence to a hotel hosting a Muslim conference that the Christians would be hunted down by the FBI and persecuted prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law?

Sooner or later, Christians and conservatives are going to start acting in the manner in which they've been portrayed.

I predict it won't be pretty ...


Is anyone ...

... surprised by this:

Several times throughout the course of the 90-minute presentation, Rep. Bachmann, R-Minn., attempted to follow-up questions and answers by other candidates – just as the moderators of the debate suggested they would be allowed to do at their discretion.

But despite often vociferous attempts to weigh in, the moderators chose other candidates.

Now the Bachmann campaign is going public with evidence CBS News planned all along to snub her.

The elites of ths stupid party don't care about conservatism, they care about continuing to be the elites. that's why they continue to let the liberal media set the terms for conservatives.


Saturday, November 12, 2011

Mayor Gayle McLaughlin ...

... fucktard:
The mayor of Richmond, CA is under fire for her decision to skip a Veterans Day memorial to attend an Occupy Rally.

Mayor Gayle McLaughlin sent an email to the San Jose Mercury News explaining why she would not be attending a Veterans Day salute that included a re-enactment of the launch of a World War II-era ship at the Richmond shipyards.

She claims that she honors veterans every day.

Like I said ... fucktard.


Bet you won't see this ...

... in the MBM anytime soon:
The Florida pastor who wanted to protest jihad and Islamic Shariah law in Dearborn – but was jailed by a judge who worried about what he "intended" to say – has been cleared.

According to officials with the Thomas More Law Center, a circuit judge in Wayne County, Mich., has overturned the decision by Dearborn District Judge Mark W. Somers.

Because it doesn't fit the meme.

We can argue 'till the cows come home on how much of a douche the good reverend is; that doesn't mitigate the fact that the state fucked up.


Friday, November 11, 2011

Happy Veteran's Day!

To those of you who have served or are still serving, thank you!


This is good news ...

... but hopefully Officer Harless gets punished for his part:


I wonder why Off Harless wasn't called as a witness?

h/t David



You'd never think the government would assert an unlimited right to snoop on it's boss:

Chief Justice John Roberts, "Your argument is you can do it. Period. It doesn't have to be limited in any way."

"That is correct," said Michael Dreeben, the deputy solicitor general who argued the case.

This case could be a bell weather for the coming Restoration.


Thursday, November 10, 2011

Happy Birthday!

To the Marine Corps .......... Semper Fidelis!


My. Authoritah!

Watts did not show any professional courtesy; rather, with gun drawn, she screamed at Lopez, handcuffed him and tossed him in the back of her squad car. He was later charged with dangerous driving.

But the story does not end there. Many officers are critical of Watts, saying once she realized Lopez was a cop, she should have showed him some respect.

I have some experience with professional courtesy. In the food service industry, if you're an under-aged server or kitchen employee, you can usually get a couple of drinks at a competitor's lounge, provided the bartender knows who you are and you don't act a fool.

Not acting a fool is the important part. Officer Lopez was definitely acting a fool.


This begs the question ...

... when do we start shooting:

“We have natural rights. The ri“We have natural rights. The right to self-defense isn’t negotiable,” stated Casper resident Robert Malloy. “You see, the purpose of the Second Amendment is to maintain the security of a free state; that’s the purpose of the second amendment, self-defense against an overbearing government ...”ght to self-defense isn’t negotiable,” stated Casper resident Robert Malloy. “You see, the purpose of the Second Amendment is to maintain the security of a free state; that’s the purpose of the second amendment, self-defense against an overbearing government ...”

This article about the hoplophobes not wanting openly carried firearms in government meetings.

Notice it's always those who would claim authority over you who are the most afraid of an armed citizenry.


Wednesday, November 9, 2011

This doesn't surprise me ...

... in the least:

You have people right now within the party taking this moment to once again push for gun control and using the scandal – Fast and Furious, using that to do so. They are saying these things openly. It’s astonishing to me. They are very confident – or very afraid. I think it’s fear that is now motivating them. When you have Feinstein coming right out and saying we need enhanced gun control because of Fast and Furious – days away from the Attorney General giving sworn testimony…something is up. Something big. She is attempting some serious damage control, trying to get out in front of the story.

Jeff has interesting points, points that I'm sure the NRA won't pay any attention to.


Everything you need to take away ...

... is in the last paragraph:

Americans should remain mindful bringing military-style training to domestic law enforcement has real consequences. When police officers are dressed like soldiers, armed like soldiers, and trained like soldiers, it's not surprising that they are beginning to act like soldiers. And remember: a soldier's main objective is to kill the enemy.

RTWT ... it's a pretty good read.


Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Aaron's monthly opportunity ...

... who knows, you might win something!


The popo never lie!

It looked like an open-and-shut case. A cop pulls over a car, walks up to the driver's door, and sees a plastic baggy of marijuana. He brings in a drug-sniffing dog to prove probable cause for a search, gets a warrant, and finds a kilo of weed in the trunk.

That's what Officer Steven Lupo put in his report and testified to in Philadelphia Municipal Court.

Then defense attorney Michael Diamondstein produced the video.

Turned out reality was different.

I suppose the police need to understand that they don't own all the video camera's out there ...


Monday, November 7, 2011

While we're at it ...

... a joke about Marines:

A Marine was deployed to Afghanistan...
While he was there he received a letter from his girlfriend...
In the letter she explained that she had slept with two guys while he had been gone and she wanted to break up with him, and she wanted the pictures of herself back.
So the Marine did what any squared-away Marine would do...
He went around to his buddies and collected all the unwanted photos of women he could find... he then mailed about 25 pictures of women (with clothes and mostly without) to his girlfriend with the following note:
"I don't remember which one you are. Please remove your picture and send the rest back."
h/t FJt!IID3@th

Does anyone know the easiest way to get Marines to piss in the direction of Mecca?

Tell them not to piss in the direction of Mecca!

When nature calls, Uncle Sam has decided he wants every U.S. Marine equipped with a map and compass, or some other way of knowing direction. This is to ensure that no U.S. Marine in Afghanistan urinates in the direction of Mecca ever again.

Now, I don't know how accurate this report is, but it wouldn't surprise me at all.

I'm just thankful that Marines everywhere will give this the attention it deserves, and piss away.


Friday, November 4, 2011

Seems like ...

... I've heard this before:
Despite warnings from opponents of medical marijuana, legalizing the drug for medical purposes does not encourage teens to smoke more pot, according to new research that compared rates of marijuana use in Massachusetts and Rhode Island after the latter state changed its laws.
Just not from anyone that matters.

Governments should not make things illegal; they should make actions illegal.


This ...

... bears some thought:

Why is unreliable eyewitness identification any different from unreliable anything else?

— Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, at oral argument in Perry v. New Hampshire,

It seems that some of the justices are fine with unreliable evidence, since a defense attorney can point that out to the jury.

Never mind that some judges don't actually, ya know, follow the Supreme Court's dictates anyway.


Greece is screwed ...

... is this our fate, too?

It therefore becomes clear that any bailout package by the EuroZone just delays and amplifies the inevitable default.

The true intent of the bailout package itself also comes into question. Is the EuroZone trying to save Greece, who has clearly rejected the terms of salvation, or is it trying to save its own financial institutions that have invested heavily in debt that will never be repaid without some sort of bailout package?

Can you say ... TARP II? I thought you could. h/t proteinwisdom


Thursday, November 3, 2011

If you're a bit ... excitable ...

... you might not want to watch this:

Judge William Adams, I have no problem saying that you are an out-of-control man, and if your daughter put a bullet in your head I would not mourn your death. Resign immediately and find a fire to jump into.


I wonder ...

... are there any encryption apps for text messages?

The portable device, which is the size of a suitcase, pretends to be a legitimate cell phone tower that emits a signal to dupe thousands of mobile phones in a targeted area. Authorities can then intercept SMS messages, phone calls and phone data, such as unique IMSI and IMEI identity codes that allow authorities to track phone users’ movements in real-time, without having to request location data from a mobile phone carrier.

I know that there are a few computer-based PGP apps for the phone, but I wonder if anyone will develop a PGP app for text messages.

Not that I have anything to hide, but it seems it would piss of the right people.


Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Good question

I wonder what the answer will be?

Would you repeal nearly all 20,000 gun laws if it meant getting a handle on the budgets and curtailing shortfalls? Would you look at the repeal of gun control if it meant tax revenues went further with no need for increases?

I would repeal all gun laws, if for no other reason that they don't serve to prevent even one instance of a criminal getting whatever firearm he wants.


SC sheriff ...

... speaks truth:

Sheriff Chuck Wright opened his news conference by saying, "Our form of justice is not making it."He said, "Carry a concealed weapon. That'll fix it."
Hmmm, where have I heard that before?


Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Who knew ...

... the Restoration would begin over food?

And then, …

for a few moments, it felt like the rug was pulled out from underneath us and my wonderful world came crashing down. As guests were mingling, finishing tours of the farm, and while the first course of the meal was being prepared and ready to be sent out, a Southern Nevada Health District employee came for an inspection.

It gets much worse ... RTWT.

Fortunately, the correspondent is a member of the Food-To-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, which has a 24/7 800-number for members to call, and in short order, the inspector was on her way home.


Now this ...

... is awesome!

Part Three of our helpful advice to the 'I am the 99 percent/occupy wall street' movement. We are givers.

A thoughtful take-down of the protesters whiners of the 99%. RTWT


Couldn't have happened ...

... to a more financially unsustainable industry:

Homeowners who fitted solar panels will soon be left out of pocket according to a leaked document which reveals the government is planning to slash the amount of money it pays for generating renewable energy.

In an embarrassing slip-up, the Energy Savings Trust charity accidentally published confidential details of proposals to cut renewable energy payments by more than 50 per cent.

This should happen in the US, but there's just too much money being thrown at our legislators.