Friday, July 29, 2011

Shut your pie hole


You were heretofore unknown to me as a possible contender for the Pachs nomination.

Your comments have now sealed your chances at getting my vote, and it falls somewhere between nil and zero, and it has everything to do with this non-sense about climate change, whatever that is.

News break for you asshat politicians; I don't want your help, except for you to stay out of my fucking way. Get it?


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Mr. King issues edict

I wonder, does Barry even know that Congress sits at the same exact level of authority within our government (in theory) that he does?

His snearing derision of the proles has been turned to 11, wouldn't you say?

It's gonna get worse.

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Get this straight

I don't want any of your deals, Barry, so leave me the fuck out of a business transaction that you clearly don't have any business in, asshole.

Better get whatever vehicles you think you might need for the foreseeable future, and make sure you pick a good one, 'cuz if we are in for anything like the 70's cars that this heap of trash article is touting, you'll be caving in your own skull with a hammer.

And for those out there who either are willfully glib about the actual history of, or are too young to remember the 70's and the cars that were produced during that era, let me just say plainly that most of the attempts at getting domestic autos to conform to an era of higher gasoline prices were an abysmal failure, not to mention the suspect reliability and performance of same.

Let's not go back there.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Well, the MSM finally wakes up

Fast and Furious has been out in the open for more than six months now, and the MSM pukes finally get a clue.

Mike Vanderbough, at his excellent Sipsey Street Irregulars blog, deserves a huge thanks for keeping his eye on the ball for all this story possibly entails.

I'm hopeful that this will, at the very least, take down Eric Holder, and maybe even Barry, depending on who throws whom under the bus.

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And this is her fault, how, exactly?

The fucking retards who come up with this ridiculousness need a beating.

Here's a clue for the idiots out there; there is absolutely no reason for the Gummint to do anything about the suicide rate among its citizenry, regardless of its locality or pervasiveness. It's an invitation for disaster.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Well, it's probably Bush's fault

I'm curious to know if Barry had thought about this as a possibility before he gave the go-ahead on that whole raid, back in May?

This guy is your Commander-in-Chief.

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Friday, July 22, 2011

Not aging like wine

I was just struck by reading Oleg's little post about his own personal accomplishments, when I thought to myself that, very recently, I had run my usual loop of 4.3 miles in just under 28 38 years of age.

Pretty good, still.

It's harder than it used to be to go that fast, and I'm really starting to feel the effects of aging (sniff), but I suppose I'm not complaining about either.

Anyway, I'm staying with the program as long as I can muster.


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Stay tuned for more of this sort of thing.

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A most unpossible thing



4 year old boy.

Liquor store.

With gun.

Again, how?

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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Making it up as they go

I simply can't go into the back-story about this whole bit, but suffice it to say, this is yet another data point in the continuing devolution of this society.

The government does nothing more than outlaw and confiscate anything and everything that they want (This is the sole endeavor of taxes, don't be fooled otherwise), devouring wealth, production, entire lives, all at a whim, and without the slightest threat of the repercussions of such overt theft.

Oh yeah, and another thing, fuck that God-Damned fool FDR, and everything that bastard ever did.

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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Arcane disciplines versus real value

Couldn't help but notice this one over at SurvivalBlog.

I almost laughed at the absurd notion that this asshole lawyer was making; that without a lawyer, it was somehow impossible to build a bridge, or a road, because people might squabble about who owns what, and it was up to him, or another lawyerly asshole like him, to, as he puts it, "[find] ways and developed systems that substitute contracts for wars, so that human ingenuity can be harnessed through commerce and its fruits can be made more secure."

Which is odd, simply by the reasoning he puts forth in the previous paragraph;

"...if a time-traveling lawyer from Abe Lincoln's era were dropped into the middle of a modern courtroom, after recovering from the shock of the modern technology of law and the presence of women, he would find most of the basic principles familiar. After all, commercial and property transactions and dispute resolution have been going on for thousands of years, and the law has been distilling its wisdom on how to deal with such transactions all along..."
...which means that the conditions for such circumstances are well known, and probably even to us plebians who, ya know, know how to frikkin' read a contract. It's NOT rocket science, and drafting such things DOES NOT entail the use of a fucking leech who puts his hand out for writing a few paragraphs on who owns what and when.

Fucking moron.

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Monday, July 18, 2011

Why would he do that?

Cut, Cap and Balance, that is.

It's not in his best interest to tell the truth and come clean with the fact that someone's goose is going to get skewered. That'd piss them right the fuck off, and he can't have that, so it's all back to the lies and damned lies, and making ridiculous terms on new debt, kiting even more checks that will never be able to be cashed.

Fucking loser.

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Coulda fooled me

To me, it looks like the biggest terror threat out there isn't the "terrorists," so much as it is the Gummint, parading around in assault gear, pretending they're "doing something" about the situation.

This shit's going to bite them in the ass.

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Torch the fucker, already!

The Constitution, that is.


Light that fucker up on the lawn of the Capitol, 'cuz it's pretty God-damned useless now, and the Gummint is coming right out and shredding it in front of us all. We may as well finish the job.

They'll have their way, the rule book be damned. They're not about to play by it, and it's obvious.

WE shouldn't either.

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Thursday, July 14, 2011

BDS, still

This shit boggles the mind.

And it's yet another example of how far down the shitter this country has gotten as a direct result of people not being able to think.

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Friday, July 08, 2011


I hate the newest (to me) version of Autodesk's AutoCAD software, the 2010 release.

Fixing shit that ain't broke is the basic premise that they started with, and went the wrong way with it from there.

I hope you all get put out of business by one of your competitors, and soon.

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Thursday, July 07, 2011

Yes, exactly

There's obviously some culpability in this whole Casey Anthony mess that can't be dismissed, and someone surely knows something about what happened and isn't saying something.

They should.

Despite that, Tam is precisely on top of the ball when she alludes to the fact that there are thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, who are simply harping for yet more governmental overreach in the form of yet more law.

This is something we do not need, folks, and most are too stupid to know it.

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Saturday, July 02, 2011

This will happen here, too.

Just you wait.

When it's clear to those in the seats of power that the only way to either appease the Chinese, or to "pay" for all of the unfunded, get-your-shit-for-free, and mandated by law goodies for the welfare class, they'll just show up at your door and take you to the labor camp.

They'll do all sorts of legal gymnastics and fancy, flowery wording to make it all look and sound like a kinder, gentler sort of slavery, but that's what it will still be, nonetheless.

Just you watch.

H/T to SurvivalBlog for the link.

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