Saturday, March 06, 2010

Doin' it Okie style


Who needs to mix all that cement? Stack the bags, wait for a good rain, give a couple of days to set up, then set fire to your new fence to burn the paper off.

Please don't breed

North Korea


1. You can’t turn off the government radio installed in your home, only reduce the volume.

2. Idolatry in North Korea is such that it is second-nature for ordinary citizens to “rescue” portraits of Kim Il Sung before all else in the case of a house fire (there are even special bunkers for statues in case of war)

3. Many people don’t even know that man has walked on the moon.

4. There is no Internet, cell-phones have been banned.

5. A main cause for all problems are Americans. Mothers teach their children to sing songs about bad Americans, there are many postage stamps showing the death of “U.S imperialists”

6. A six-day work week, and another day of enforced “volunteer” work, ensures that the average citizen has virtually no free time.

7. The very first thing you do when you visit North Korea’s capital Pyongyang is visit and give a flower to a big statue of “Dear Leader”.

8. About 0.85% of the population are held in prison or detention camps.

9. Most traffic control is performed by female traffic directors (reportedly handpicked by Kim Jong-Il for their beauty), as the lights are switched off to save electricity.

10. Dogs are banned in Pyongyang to keep it clean.

11. Average wage in 2005 was 6$ a month.

12. Visitors of North Korea are given special guides and can’t go anywhere without them.

13. North Koreans are used to often disappearing electricity and have many candles prepared.

14. North Korea has the fourth-largest military in the world, at an estimated 1.21 million armed personnel

Thanks, Yolo. See what we have to look forward to if The Obamessiah had his way?

You tell em, Ted


Stolen from Hell On Earth

Friday, March 05, 2010

Thursday, March 04, 2010

22-250 loads

I'm looking for some good loads for a 22-250.
I've heard some great things about Varget powder but I know the tried and true powder is 4064.
I'm looking to load 50 to 55 grain spitzer or boattail bullets in the 3500+ fps range.
I want 1 MOA or less groups out of a Savage.
Can anybody out there help a nigga out?
Published data only, please.
I do have several manuals but I want personal workups of you have a pet load.

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

My coyote rifle

Savage Model 11 in 22-250 dressed in it's bipod and a 3x9 scope. Synthetic stock, 24" barrel with a 1 in 12" twist.
We're gonna be spending a lot of time together.....

Gotta be California (again)


Hey Ken -
Since you've hit bottom, why not continue the descent?
Photo attached just for you!



Caption that was written under the photo:
Jeff Barr, left, and Wes Wilkinson hold hands during their wedding ceremony at the Yolo County Clerk/Recorder's office in Woodland, Calif., Monday, June 16, 2008. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

Yolo's got their own county AND clerk? I thought Yolo was just one of your everyday readers.
Deb


Great. Just fucking great. More Brokeback Mountain jokes, right?

Fuck them bunch of pussies

Californians had better start watching their mouths.
The state Assembly passed a resolution Thursday that would establish the first week of March as "Cuss Free Week" throughout the state. If approved by the Senate next week, the measure would take effect immediately.
The resolution includes no enforcement mechanism and is simply meant to promote greater harmony and connectedness, said Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, a Democrat from La Canada Flintridge and co-author of the measure.
"I've always wondered why we behave differently when grandma is watching than when we're on our own," said Portantino, who owned up to his share of four-letter words.
Portantino said the California Legislature -- known for imposing strict clean air and clean water laws -- is the first state legislative body in the nation to consider a statewide profanity-free week.
The resolution was inspired by a South Pasadena teenager, McKay Hatch, who started a No Cussing Club at his junior high school in 2007. Similar clubs have since cropped up in every state and 20 countries.
Hatch, who traveled to Sacramento with his family to support the resolution, said he sees a link between foul-mouthed incivility and other forms of problem behavior, such as drug use and bullying.
Next up for the 16-year-old? Promoting no-cussing measures in other states and internationally.
"Next year I want to do a world tour," he said. "Cussing is a hard habit to break, but anyone can do it."


Thanks, Phil. I'll try to tone it the fuck down.

A cake for every occasion