Friday, October 31, 2008

Read and be afraid

The reasons for fear, of course, revolve around the specious nature of some bureaubot pulling out any, that is, arbitrary, reason for denial on an application (asking for permission hasn't anything to do with a real right, Ed.) for acquiring a firearm.

There is more of this shit headed our way.

Count on it.

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Why ALL must read Tam

But two of the things she says are enough to make me want to start throwing shit, because they are true, to wit;
"The other side wants to do things like sell me bad health insurance at gunpoint."

"Given a choice between the devil I know and the devil I don't, I'm going to stick with the one I know. Especially if the one I don't is offering me milk and cookies."

Preach it, sister.

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Thursday, October 30, 2008

More preparations

So, fast on the heels of stocking up, as I mentioned not too long ago, I make a run to the local gunshop and find a couple tins of military ball 5.45 sitting, looking rather forgotten in the back, um die ecke, and decide to inquire about purchasing.

I stack the can of 1080 rounds on the counter and John says to me, "You know that stuff's shot up, don't you?

"Yup, but how bad?" I ask.

"Century is doing it for $159 [he wasn't lying to me, either], and I'll match," he responds.


Barry can go fuck himself.

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Friday, October 24, 2008

So, the other night the phone rings

And I pick up,

"Hello," I say.

"Yes, may I speak with {theirritablearchitect}?" says the inner-city yoof on the other end.

"SPEAKING!" I enunciate clearly, and loudly, to him, fully well knowing some schyster is about to do some politicking.

"This is Shawn(or Sean/Shaun/Shawannn...., take your pick), from the Kansas Campaign for Change."

Already knowing who this is, and what they're up to, I thought to myself, "Man, they've got some serious stones trying to drum up support in Johnson County."

So I play along, and ask, "Kansas Campaign for Change?, who are you representing?" sarcastically.

"The Democrats...?" he responds, sheepishly.

"Yeah, that's just not going to happen, so you can just fucking forget all that," I reply.


My wife stood there and watched me do the whole schtick, mouth agape. After I hung up, she told me that I'm mean.


Fuck'em. The whole lot of 'em.

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

"I call it opportunity"

Yeah, you would, punk!

"John McCain thinks that giving these Americans a break(in the form of wealth redistribution) is Socialism, well I call it opportunity,"

And look at that disgusting Scheisse over at DU, where someone going by the moniker primate1 (somehow fitting), has the gall to openly state,

"Am I the only one who WISHES he was a socialist? it's not a dirty word,dipshits."

Actually, yes it is a dirty word, and for reasons that are plainly there, for all to see, if history, 20th Century history, as in recent history, is studied AT ALL, with any degree of diligence.

I guess I'm asking too much, as history is lost on these people, and the lessons that can easily be gleaned from it. We're all doomed because of it, since it will eventually, and too soon, be repeated.

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Friday, October 17, 2008

"It's a zero sum game..."

Just look at that utter moron, Arthur Laffer, at 4:14, rambling on with that commie non-sense.

It's all just hard for me to watch.

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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Endarkenment, indeed.

I read Billy's piece, then clicked the link to Townhall to read that.

No shit here, I am currently putting wraps on a facility in central Pennsylvania, a manufacturing plant, of over 1,000,000 square feet. There is an area for incoming raw material storage, the processing area, then another finished storage warehouse, and an administrative office, all under one roof. The project was supposed to be phasing in a second building, of approximately the same size, after this first one got online.

A few weeks ago, we received word that the next phase is on hold. I now have at least some indication as to why.

Why? Because this one building requires 2,500 kVA feed, that's why, and the fucking chiselers in the think it's A-OK to arbitrarily tell producers and consumers what they can do and what, and how much, they can consume.

I hope the assholes in the Keystone State enjoy watching their economy degrade even further.

Fucking retards.

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When the airlines all go out of business...

We'll all be able to slap the living shit out of every one of those despicable assholes.

HOW does shit like that happen? HOW!?!

Seriously, I'll do it, and whenever the moment presents itself.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Love of SPAM angers PETA

You want to know what I think?

Fuck 'em. It's not any of their God-damned business.

Oh, and shoot the bastards on sight.

That is all.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Book Review - No Country for Old Men

Finished No Country for Old Men a day or two ago.


It's a strange book of what is essentially Biblical parable, but told in the most simple of ways.

It was strange, on at least a couple of different levels. For instance, there's almost no punctuation in the whole book. Simple sentences, ended in periods only, often with third person dialogue that is never put into quotations. Yet, following the narrative never seems to be much of an issue. This may have been an almost repetitive literary device too, considering the sentence structure and verbiage are absolutely elementary, yet again, this doesn't disappoint the reader, as the settings of the book come through in stark and powerful imagery, stronger than most anything I've read since Moby Dick or Farewell to Arms. It's that good.

The Characters are convincing too, with a rather soft spoken and worldly protagonist dealing himself into a situation with drug runners, despite knowing the consequences of doing so, against the determined psychopath (there's some serious stuff pillaged from Ezekiel, I think), bent on retrieving the drug money that our "hero" steals. The Sheriff (probably the character with the most space dedicated to him, yet instilling less presence) plays into this same book of scripture with his self-revelation on his position in all of the mayhem that ensues, casting himself as the weak, as I see it anyway.

I was surprised at some of the diversionary tactics used as well, an improvised Molotov cocktail with a car, a gas-soaked rag in the filler neck, in front of a drug store, for getting to the good stuff in the back while others put their attention on the fire and explosion out front. Making notes, here.

Good stuff. I very much recommend.

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Retards on parade

So, Hank Paulson gets up to the mic today and says that he, "regrets having to take these actions," with regard to effectively nationalizing parts, perhaps on the whole, of our banking system, in an effort to, again, as he says, "restore confidence in our financial system."

Kinda like this, Hank?

Just fucking FUCK, already!

I'm really beginning to think the fix is in.

I've been looking at the rather broad selection of AR-type poodleshooters at an increasing rate these days. Time to go make my own "investment" in something more tangible than "confidence."

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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Look at that dive

For the fifth straight session of trading, the Dow, along with all of the other major indices, are down.

It's been a 4,600 point sell off since October 9, 2007. Exactly a year ago the market closed at 14,164, and today it closed at 9,447.

Irrespective of my personal losses in this matter, I'm wondering, how much farther it will have to go before the Golden Horde starts in with the pitchforks?

I'm guessing it's either when the MSM on the idiot box tells them, the lights go out, or when there's no food to be had in the cupboard, which in most cases, would be about the same time the lights go out, as Mickey D's will have to lock the doors.

Interesting times.

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Saturday, October 04, 2008

Fair and balanced?

That's the line I'm supposed to believe from the dolts at the TeeWee networks, the paper, the radio, blah,blah,blah.....

Yeah, right!

I'll have to give props to the upper management for shit-canning her ass for such blatant promotion.

I just wish CBS would do the same thing to Commie-simp Katie Couric. That'd be a good start.

link courtesy of Billy.

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Thursday, October 02, 2008

Oh yeah?, well you Swedes build shitty cars!

Can we get a little more schoolyard, here? I mean, Jeezis-Christ-on-a-popsicle-stick, what does it take for someone to say such vapid non-sense? Quoth, the article;

"Europe draws literary exiles because it "respects the independence of literature" and can serve as a safe haven."
Huh? It's not safe in America? Like threats of bodily harm? I've been here for a long while, my whole life in fact, and it's pretty safe. Or is it that we're not observant enough about freedom of speech, 'cuz, ya know, we have an amendment prohibiting the god damned gummint from doing that very thing here.
"The U.S. is too isolated, too insular. They don't translate enough and don't really participate in the big dialogue of literature," and, "That ignorance is restraining."
Not sure I concur with this "insular" statement. I have an immigrant wife, from Europe no less, and I have traveled pretty extensively in Europe with her. She even came here willingly. A shocker for Mr. Engdahl, I'm sure. By what means do you propose to measure my insulation? Please, expand.

"Very many authors who have their roots in other countries work in Europe, because it is only here where you can be left alone and write, without being beaten to death," he said. "It is dangerous to be an author in big parts of Asia and Africa."
Uh, I'm curious if our fine "permanent secretary" of the council has forgotten about what happens to certain film directors when they actually exercise their talents regarding the apparent insidious nature of a certain religion? Thought not.

Can someone please slap this asshole Engdahl with the clue stick?

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