Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Crazy

It hurts. Worse when it's in your backyard. Carry, and be prepared to administer lead when appropriate. That is all.

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Anonymous Mark B. said...

You feel for his victims, but the stupid sumbitch was after Jews and NONE of the three were Jewish. Talk about piss-poor aim.


10:01 PM  
Blogger theirritablearchitect said...

Loooong time, no see, sir.

Yes, indeed.

Crazy...and stupid.

The REAL stupid shit has come out that, apparently, he was cut a big deal by the Fibbies for turning state's evidence on some other white supremacists.

He should never have been walking around amongst the gen-pop in the first place...stupid gummint doing what they do best, I suppose.

Oh, and don't be a stranger.

5:37 AM  
Anonymous Mark B. said...

Too long, I so stipulate. I'm surprised you even remembered me. Kids are getting older and evenings and weekends are getting shot up at a high rate of speed.

If the judicial system worked worth a crap this piece of trash would've been the guest of honor at a necktie party, if necessary through invoking the Texas defense.


6:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Celebrate Earth Day in a special way dispersing your guns so they stay Okay. [April 22]

It would seem like the Rinocrats in the GOP have a weird idea that enemies aren’t enemies and that they have our best interests at heart on subjects like Amnesty, but I digress. Were they to hold sway we would be taking the advice from the gun grabbers and storing all of our guns in one place for easy grabbing at a later date.

That does seem to be the gist of Bloomberg’s latest advertising thrust, safely storing all guns in one locality so when the confiscation time arrives, it’ll be quick and painless for them to take them away.

Fortunately, those who like to survive and thrive don’t cotton to taking advice from those who would like to see us disarmed, helpless and lined up against a bullet riddled wall.

We may keep a few firearms around in a safe ready for use, but that doesn’t mean we can’t also keep a few extra elsewhere out of the grimy reach of gun grabbing hands.

For those in the free states, this can mean a few stored in underground caches and hidey holes for safekeeping for future eventualities.

For those in the Northeast Statist provinces, having some outside the zone plus a few secreted away but close by will put you in good stead.

Why do this you ask?

Because we patriots need to let those who wish to rule over us that they are on a fools errand were they to think they can grab all of our guns with a few house to house searches.

The deterrence effect is that such unconstitutional actions will utterly fail to yield their goal of a disarmed and thus pacified populace.

They may like to think they can cow everyone into keeping their firearms and ammo in one place for easy confiscation, but it’s not going to work.

If the gun gabbers are apprised of this it will deter them from wanting to do it in the first place.

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How does Earth Day factor in here?

What better way to celebrate the occasion than to ensconce some guns in it’s protective embrace and use the concept of recycling to seed the area with scrap metal and containers.

Such a perversion of one of the left’s most cherished holidays is a good enough reason to take these steps, but keeping our freedom by keeping our guns is all the more reason.

The following are just a few links to various dissertations on the caching of firearms from around the Web:
Bury a gun and ammo for 15 years (and be assured everything still
works when you dig it up)

Long-Term Gun Storage

7:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How to Hide ‘Treasure’ just in case…….

Rule of three

Waterproofing and Long-Term Storage of Small Arms Ammunition, by Nebraska Farmer

7:45 PM  
Blogger theirritablearchitect said...

It seems I'm popular all of a sudden.

Thanks for playing Anon.

I usually back the Mustang out of the garage, weather permitting (don't want to drive her in the rain), and take a slow cruise around my little hamlet.

I love, LOVE, the smell of premium octane being burned in Detroit iron through a 4-barrel carb and high lift cam.

Of course, there are other methods, as you've described, for celebrating Tree-Hugger Day, and I've had my eye on more than one new WOULD be a great day for such an acquisition, what with steel, lead and copper being involved. Smelting those is a dirty business; sure way to piss off a Lib.

9:59 AM  

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