Saturday, December 17, 2011

Note to self:

Do not rub my balls after applying heat patches to Lisa's back.....

My long-lost son

Ahhh, Domestic life.....

Me and Miss Lisa had some errands to run so we took our sweet-ass time getting home, looking at Christmas lights. That was a fucking mistake. We no sooner hit the door and asked when we were going to decorate?
Decorate? I have had exactly 2 Christmas trees in the past 30 years and one of them I did in a drunken blackout one July.
By the time we went to bed she had made arrangements to borrow one of Moms' spare trees (Mom has this OCD thing going on with Christmas - goes out and buys all new shit every year) and some decorations.
So tonight we put up our tree.
So in keeping with our redneckness, it's sitting on a surplus ammo container that's wrapped in a camo blanket. The trunk of the "tree" is wrapped in my rifle ghillie wrap. The ornaments are bass lures. The stain at the bottom is CharlieGodammit marking his territory.

Then Lisa went fucking crazy, man. She started putting Christmas shit everywhere. Scared the fuck out of me, I thought I was going to have to shoot her.

What's left of my Call Wall.

Check it out, you can't even see my skinning knives on top of the cabinet.

The she started eyeballing the top of the safe. I had to explain those weren't reindeer ears, they were deer antlers.

I put my foot down when she started talking about stringing lights around my barbed wire displays.

Hey Janet!

I ran across this article over at Free North Carolina
Here's the last couple of paragraphs:

All We Wish Is To Be Left Alone
We common Southerners (and most other Americans) prefer to be free to work, worship, and raise our children under the arrangement bequeathed us by our Founders. We do not wish to take that which is not ours or to deprive others of what is rightfully theirs. Nor do we wish to tell others how they ought to live. We are not driven by utopian ideologies or perverse fantasies. We do not wish to conquer the world and ride it, booted and spurred, to satisfy a lust for power and position. As Jefferson Davis said, all we wish is to be left alone. But we are not being left alone; on the contrary, we are being robbed blind by the biggest, most blatant and shameless heist in the history of the world. And not only is our wealth being taken, but our liberties as well. We are also being overrun by an alien population as a result of unlimited and illegal immigration from Latin America.

So, you tell me who are the domestic terrorists? Those who wish to live in peace according to the original American arrangement or those who seek its overthrow for their own greed and ambition?

That the criminal class that now runs America has tried to make us out to be the domestic terrorists ought to tell you something. They are projecting onto us the very characteristics they themselves possess. This dishonest process is called The Law of Preemptory Accusation—they hit you before you can hit them. If they’re thieves, they accuse you of theft; if they’re liars, they accuse you of lying. If they’re haters, they accuse you of hatred. You get the picture.

It is not too late for the domestic terrorists that control this regime (both Democrats and Republicans, Washington and Wall Street) to back off and behave as they should. In truth, I believe they should apologize for all their crimes, return all they have stolen (with penalties and interest attached), pledge henceforth to obey the true and fundamental law of the land, and lock themselves up for a long stint in prison. In short, I believe they ought to be our servants and us their masters. I also believe in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy.

For the whole article, go here to The League of the South

That describes pretty much everybody I know

Domestic Terrorism
Focus on Militia Extremism

Who they are. Like many domestic terrorism groups, militia extremists are anti-government. What sets them apart is that they’re often organized into paramilitary groups that follow a military-style rank hierarchy. They tend to stockpile illegal weapons and ammunition, trying illegally to get their hands on fully automatic firearms or attempting to convert weapons to fully automatic. They also try to buy or manufacture improvised explosive devices and typically engage in wilderness, survival, or other paramilitary training.

Who and what they target. They usually go after the government itself—including law enforcement personnel, representatives of the courts, and other public officials, along with government buildings. When caught, most militia extremists are charged with weapons, explosives, and/or conspiracy violations.

What they believe in. Many militia extremists view themselves as protecting the U.S. Constitution, other U.S. laws, or their own individual liberties. They believe that the Constitution grants citizens the power to take back the federal government by force or violence if they feel it’s necessary. They oppose gun control efforts and fear the widespread disarming of Americans by the federal government.

Militia extremists often subscribe to various conspiracy theories regarding government. One of their primary theories is that the United Nations—which they refer to as the New World Order, or NWO—has the right to use its military forces anywhere in the world (it doesn’t, of course). The extremists often train and prepare for what they foresee as an inevitable invasion of the U.S. by United Nations forces. Many militia extremists also wrongly believe that the federal government will relocate citizens to camps controlled by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or force them to undergo vaccinations.

One important note: simply espousing anti-government rhetoric is not against the law. However, seeking to advance that ideology through force or violence is illegal, and that’s when the FBI and law enforcement become involved.

What is the FBI doing to combat the militia extremism threat? In addition to our lawful use of sophisticated investigative techniques, we’ve expanded our work with other federal agencies such as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and with our state and local partners. And we use intelligence and analysis to help identify gaps in our knowledge, emerging tactics and trends, and effective investigative strategies.

As always, the combination of intelligence, coordinated law enforcement efforts, and an informed public is the most effective way to counter the threats posed by domestic extremists.

Ho ho ho, man.

I'm reading online this morning that there's mystery folks paying off other folks Christmas layaways, there's people dropping gold coins in kettles, and what do we have here in Modesto?
Motherfucking Santas arrested for selling dope while collecting for the Salvation Army.
No shit, I was coming out of the Savemart this afternoon when I saw a cop roll up and arrest Santa, although he may not have been the real Santa because he was black. Anyways, I hang out to see what the deal was and when the Man did his search he came out with a great big wad of cash and a baggie full of rocks.
Hey, he was just multi-tasking, doing both his day and night jobs at the same time.

White House Hosts Suspected Iraqi Terrorist

On June 25, 1996, in Khobar, Saudi Arabia, a housing complex near Saudi Aramco (a Saudi national oil company) was targeted by terrorists. A truck bomb was detonated just outside one of the buildings that housed US and foreign military personnel. The explosion ripped the front of the building off, much like what happened in the Oklahoma City bombing.
Casualties from the attack were 1 Saudi and 19 US Air Force personnel killed and 372 US, Saudi and other foreign military personnel injured. The carnage was incredible and left a permanent impact upon many of the survivors of the attack.
William Schooley, a US Air Force staff sergeant was asleep in the next building when the bomb exploded. He immediately responded to the site where he assisted in the recovery of the wounded and dead. Schooley recounted his actions as,
“I cleared the path for the walking wounded to evacuate and then provided first aid to the wounded. Unfortunately, the airman I was working on did not survive. I don’t know how to put arms back on.”
The scene was so intense that Schooley was later given a medical discharge due to post traumatic stress.
Initially, the US officials blamed Hezbollah al-Hejaz the local Saudi Hezbollah, as being responsible for the attack. Since then, the FBI linked Iran’s Revolutionary Guard to the Khobar Tower bombing.
One individual with ties to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and who has been indicated as having some knowledge or possible involvement is Hadi Farhan al-Amiri, who is currently serving as Iraq’s minister of transportation. Though official investigation has not been able to document al-Amiri’s role in the bombing, many believe that there is enough circumstantial evidence linking him to the attacks or that he has knowledge of those who did.
With the implications surrounding al-Amiri, many survivors and the families of the victims of the Khobar Towers bombing are enraged by the callous inconsideration of President Obama who recently hosted a delegation from Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on Monday that included al-Amiri.

Schooley commented on al-Amiri’s White House visit by expressing,
“Outrage at the visit to the White House really doesn’t describe what I feel. I watched outstanding airmen die that night and witnessed horrific carnage. The survivors of Khobar Towers have been swept under the rug and now have received the greatest insult.”
On hearing of Obama’s welcoming of al-Amiri, another senior airman who survived the bombing and who asked to be anonymous shared his outrage by saying,
“Given Hadi al-Amiri’s ties to terrorism and potential knowledge of those who committed the yet-unsolved FBI investigation into the brazen murder of 19 USAF airmen at Khobar Towers, his presence in the White House was nothing short of insulting to those who both lost family members and those who survived the horrific attack. It wouldn’t matter whether it was a Democrat or a Republican in the White House, it was just wrong.”
Chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) sent a letter to Obama questioning his wisdom in having al-Amiri at the White House. She also told him that al-Amiri should not be involved in the future of Iraq if they want their future to be successful.
But we should not be surprised by the president’s actions. Over the past three years he has repeatedly demonstrated that he has no concern for the American public or for our military personnel. His only concerns are for his brother Muslims and Marxists who he plans on using to overthrow America as we know it.
- Godfather Politics

Attention Traitors - applications available from FEMA

5regionsAlex Jones has posted a “Help Wanted” advertisement issued by a private firm that is working for the U.S. government, namely, FEMA. The document reads as follows:
KBR is establishing a National Quick Response Team for our current Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) work, and for anticipated future contracts. Upon completion of evaluation, certain subcontractors may be invited to establish a Master Services Agreement (MSA) with pre-established lease rates and terms and conditions. The Continental US will be broken up into five regions as indicated in the map below Services will be required in each State within each region.
Anticipated Project Requirements:
Establish services listed below within 72 hours for initial set-up and respond within 24 hours for incremental services. This is a CONTINGENCY PROJECT and it should be stressed that lead times will be short with critical requirements due to the nature of emergency responses.
Subcontractors must be flexible and able to handle multiple, shifting priorities in an emergency environment. Supply lines needed must be short but not necessarily pre-positioned.
Post Continues on

Friday, December 16, 2011

Words of wisdom

Not long ago it was easy to tell who the bad guys were. They carried Kalashnikovs. Now it is much more complicated, but one thing is sure – any man who covers his face and packs a gun is a legitimate target for any decent citizen. – Jeff Cooper

Go here for the post.


You're not even a hair on their collective asses, son.

Oooh, fish & chips......

For the III Percenter that has almost everything

"Omigod! What is Ahmed doing to Eunice in there?"

Damn. So close.


In the coming New Year, 2012, both Groundhog Day and the State of the Union address will occur on the same day.

This is an ironic juxtaposition of events.

One involves a meaningless ritual in which we look to an insignificant creature of little intelligence for prognostication.

The other involves a groundhog.

- David

Yeah. What he said.

[Front Page Magazine]: What don’t you like about contemporary America?

[Leon Weinstein]: I don’t like borders that are open to illegal immigrants, smugglers and terrorists. I don’t like educational institutions that have no competition and can’t fire or stimulate teachers, and stagnating because of that. I don’t like tenure in Universities. I don’t like Unions that force jobs out of the country. I don’t like minimum wages. I don’t like that Congress can take away any share of the money we, productive citizens earn, and imprison us if we don’t pay. I don’t like growing debt and inability of our government to slow this process down. I don’t like the fact that those who receive entitlements can vote and eventually will vote us into a socialist country. I don’t like politicians that want to fundamentally change this best country in the world …. I just started. Do you want me to continue?
~ Leon Weinstein, the author of the new book, Capitalism 101.


It's all about the bullet

Bullet design has come a long way from the days of the roundball. Today’s high-performance cartridges will handle just about anything you ask of them, but is all that energy really necessary on whitetails?
by Ralph M. Lermayer

deer hunting bullet choiceSometimes we tend to ignore, or at least give short shrift to, the most important piece of hunting gear in our arsenal. No matter how much you paid for your rifle or your optics or the rest of your gear (including the cost to hunt), when you pull the trigger, everything hinges on one bullet that cost you around a dollar.

How We Got Here

In the earliest days, a round chunk of pure lead got the job done. Then, we went from powering our rifles with primitive black powder to the new nitrocellulose smokeless stuff, and speeds increased until pure lead couldn’t take it. But lead was still the ideal material for raising havoc internally, so we shielded it with a protective coat or jacket.
Now we were in hog-killin’ heaven, but muzzle velocities kept increasing, so we just made the jacket, usually copper or a gilding metal, thicker and tougher, trying to keep up with the speed and energy the increasingly more powerful cartridges were delivering — but we soon hit a design dilemma. Modern rifles and cartridges were allowing shots far beyond what was previously practical, and bullets meant to strike a target at 50 yards required different features than a bullet that was going to fly 350 yards out.
The trick was to make a bullet that would hold together, hang on to its jacket and still expand whether it struck the target at 3,000 fps or 1,200 fps. A tall order, but by the 1980s, the problem and most of the research and design effort gave us a very dependable and diverse selection of bullets that would cover the power and velocity span from the likes of the .30-30 on up to the 7mm and .300 Win Mags. It took some very creative thinking to get us here, and one man in particular might have been responsible for the first real bullet breakthrough.
John Nosler’s “Partition” is really two bullets in one. The softer front half expands quickly, while the rear base, separated from the front half by a solid copper web, drives deep into the target. With that approach, it would reliably hold together yet still expand if a target was hit at 50 yards when the bullet was moving at maximum speed, or if it was hit at 400 yards when the bullet had slowed down considerably.
That thinking spurred the jacket redesign frenzy until every manufacturer’s bullets were up to the task. It took a lot to get to this point, but tapered jackets were bonded to the lead cores by chemicals, electrolysis, heat or pressure, and it was a safe bet that even when the angles were steep and solid, heavy bone was encountered, the standard bullets on the shelf at that time would get the job done.
Things rocked along well for decades, with great bullets available from a host of sources: Barnes X, Federal Trophy Bonded, Nosler Partition, Speer Grand Slam, Swift Scirocco, Winchester Super X, and Remington CoreLokt. Until a few years ago, the only thing we had to decide was which bullet shot the most accurately in our rifle. Performance-wise, they all got the job done, but then things changed again.
Remington introduced the Ultra Mags, which featured as much magnum power as you can jam in a standard action, and the power bar was once again raised. Factory velocities for a 180-grain .30-caliber were now running at 3,200 fps. Many standard bullets couldn’t take the energy, including Remington’s own standby, the CoreLokt, so it was back to the drawing board. The CoreLokt Ultra was born, as was the Winchester XP3, Barnes Triple Shok, and the Super Premium bullet options.
These are all extreme and highly technical examples of the bulletmaker’s art, incorporating all we now know about making bullets tough, reliable and accurate. They will perform under the most extreme ends of the velocity spectrum, and hold together under the harshest impact conditions.
One example of just how far we’ve come is illustrated by what happened to me on an Australian buffalo hunt when an angry and particularly ornery bull popped up over a rise 30 yards from me at full steam ahead. A snap shot put it down, but that Winchester premium bullet actually had to go through 2 inches of sapling before it entered and penetrated deep into the buffalo’s vitals. That’s a truly amazing feat, and were it not for the toughness designed into that bullet, a wreck would have been the result.

Do We Need Extreme Bullets?

There’s the question. Does the average whitetail hunter need to spend the extra money for the high-tech upscale bullets? Is there a downside?
In comparison to the bigger species like bear, elk, moose, even big mule deer, a whitetail has a pretty fragile frame. These premium bullets need a bit of resistance to open up, and 100- to 150-pound whitetail don’t offer a lot of “stop” for a bullet. My choice is to fall back to the second generation of proven bullets like the Winchester Power Point, Remington CoreLokt, Speer Grand Slam and others of their ilk for my whitetail hunting. They are far less expensive, very accurate and widely available. Most importantly, they have been proven effective for decades on whitetail, even when the bullet is placed a tad off the mark.
For the bigger, meaner species, or for a long-awaited, high-dollar hunt where one shot at extreme angles might be all you get, there’s a lot of peace of mind to be had with a magazine full of the high-end bullets. But for the stand hunter, deliberate and unhurried, who doesn’t go for long-range shots, the standby bullets we’ve come to depend on are probably all he’ll ever need.
- Grandview Outdoors

Again, Fuck The Feds.

Saw this over at Sick of the Status Quo.

Congress Authorizes Pentagon to Wage Internet War

The ancient art of war is coming to the internet.
The House and Senate agreed to give the U.S. military the power to conduct “offensive” strikes online — including clandestine attacks, via a little-noticed provision in the military’s 2012 funding bill.
The power, which was included in the House version but not the Senate version, was included in the final “reconciled” bill that is all but guaranteed to pass into law.
Congress affirms that the Department of Defense has the capability, and upon direction by the President may conduct offensive operations in cyberspace to defend our Nation, Allies and interests, subject to–
(1) the policy principles and legal regimes that the Department follows for kinetic capabilities, including the law of armed conflict; and
(2) the War Powers Resolution (50 U.S.C. 1541 et seq.).
 For the rest of the article, go here to

Are you ready for this?

Link found at Sick of the Status Quo


Have you ever wondered why folks in California can appear so confused? Consider this:

Chief Heather Fong (left), is the first SFPD female, lesbian chief of police.
Theresa Sparks (center), a former male, is president
of the San Francisco Police Commission, CEO of a multimillion-dollar sex toy retailer, and a transgender woman.

Sgt. Stephan Thorne (right), a former female, is the
first transgender male SFPD police officer.

Their Representative in Congress is Nancy Pelosi.

- Ornitup

Damn. I've got 3 cases hoarded in my reloading room.

Congressional negotiators struck a deal Thursday that overturns the new rules that were to have banned sales of traditional incandescent light bulbs beginning next year.
That agreement is tucked inside the massive 1,200-page spending bill that funds the government through the rest of this fiscal year, and which both houses of Congress will vote on Friday. Mr. Obama is expected to sign the bill, which heads off a looming government shutdown.
And then he can run off to join Mooch-elle in Hawaii for yet another vacation.

And she's off!!!

First Ho Mooch-elle and the girls are headed to Hono­lulu on Friday for a 17-day vacation courtesy of you and me. The African will likely join them after the current spending bill is settled in Congress.
But Mooch-elle isn't going to let the absence of the Obamessiah cut any expenses. I found this over at White House Dossier:

First lady Michelle Obama’s separate voyage to Hawaii promises to cost taxpayers tens of thousand in extra dollars, as her separate entourage and hefty flying costs pile on the costs.
The military jet flight alone is priced at more than $60,000, according to government estimates. But that’s only the beginning. The additional cargo flight that often accompanies the first lady on such a trip must also be paid for, as well as the limos and other accoutrements it will contain.
As she will be separated from the presidential security bubble, Michelle will require her own entourage of Secret Service protection, in addition to the staffers who will be leaving early to go to Hawaii with her.
The total tab will certainly be in excess of $100,000, and possibly quite a bit more.

That ain't including lodging, extravagant meals and entertainment and shit like that as well as the occassional clandestine hook-ups with Secret Service agents.

This is only a month after His Wannabe Highness signed the Executive Order 13589 (found here at seeking to limit travel and let's not forget about all the harping over carbon emissions. Now she's got Al Gore pissed off at her too.

The one thing that I wonder about is just what does she need vacations from? She doesn't work!!! Fuck man, her lifestyle would be a vacation to me. Be having some other guy doing my chores, carrying my rifle, CharlieGodammit gnawing on somebody else's arm for a change, and driving me everywhere? Shit, I'd be so fucking bored I'd have to take a vaca......
Oh yeah, huh?

Well, the obvious solution would be to put her ass to work but I really have to wonder doing what? She's pretty much worthless.

All links are courtesy of

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon......

Dave sent this in, said he figured that me and the Irishman might be interested in it.
For ordering information, hit this link:

WHAT??? No flights to San Francisco? Yet?

I'm thinking that there's going to be a whole lot of new members in the Mile High Club.


BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai transsexual ladyboys are taking to the air as flight attendants for a new airline, a move that some said could be a key step towards still broader acceptance in a nation where they are already unusually visible.
Known as "katoeys" or "ladyboys," transgenders and transsexuals hold mainstream jobs in a variety of fields in Thailand. They are especially common in cosmetics shops or health stores, which almost always have a ladyboy shop assistant.
Working for new charter airline PC Air, transsexual flight attendants including 22-year-old Tanyarat Jirapatpakorn made their debut on a flight from Bangkok to the southern city of Surat Thani on Thursday, serving drinks and snacks and carrying out safety demonstrations.
"This is the beginning of the acceptance of transsexuals in Thailand, giving the opportunity for us to work in various fields," said Tanyarat.
"Maybe in the future we can get any job that transsexuals never did before, such as police, soldiers or even pilots."
PC Air, whose name comes from the initials of president Peter Chan, originally planned only to hire male and female flight attendants, but changed its mind after more than 100 transsexuals and transvestites applied as well.
Four were chosen, along with 19 female and 7 male flight attendants. The airline said qualifications for the ladyboy flight attendants were the same as for female flight attendants, with the additional provisos that they be like women in how they walked and talked, and have a feminine voice.
Chan, the airline president, said the ladyboy flight attendants actually might have a special advantage.
"They might provide better services because they understand both males and females. And they're well trained according to the aviation standard," he added.
The new recruits were chosen in February and have been training since in security measures, in-flight services, and make-up application.
PC Air flies domestically as well as to several Asian destinations, including Japan and South Korea.
- Yahoo News

Thanks to Sammy for kicking this along.


The baby sure looks thrilled about it, doesn't he?

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Mom and Pops, 1968

Pretty cool picture of them on top of Heubach Mountain in southern Germany. They were into free climbing, spelunking, shit like that. Mom could outhike and outclimb Pops all fucking day long.

Gotta get one

I have a lean against your property, Senor.

You tell him, Sis

A nun was sitting on a train opposite a Muslim man wearing a turban who was eating some fresh shrimp. Every time he ate one he spat the tail at her and she had to throw it out the window. Eventually she got pissed off and pulled the emergency cord. The turban wearing Muslim looked at her and said "You'll get fined $250 for doing that you stupid Catholic slut.
She laughed back and said "When I cry out rape and they smell your fingers, you'll get 10 years, you towel headed camel-fucker".

Fuck The Feds

Indefinite Detention’ Bill Heads To Obama’s Desk As White House Drops Veto Threat

UPDATE: Obama has dropped his threat to veto the bill and is now expected to sign it into law. Remember – it was Obama’s White House that demanded the law apply to U.S. citizens in the first place.
The bill which would codify into law the indefinite detention without trial of American citizens is about to be passed and sent to Obama’s desk to be signed into law, even as some news outlets still erroneously report that the legislation does not apply to U.S. citizens.
“The House on Wednesday afternoon approved the rule for the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), setting up an hour of debate and a vote in the House later this afternoon,” reports the Hill.
Mainstream news outlets like The Hill, as well as neo-con blogs like Red State, are still pretending the indefinite detention provision doesn’t apply to American citizens, even though three of the bill’s primary sponsors, Senator Carl Levin, Senator John McCain, and Senator Lindsey Graham, said it does during speeches on the Senate floor.
“It is not unfair to make an American citizen account for the fact that they decided to help Al Qaeda to kill us all and hold them as long as it takes to find intelligence about what may be coming next,” remarked Graham. “And when they say, ‘I want my lawyer,’ you tell them, ‘Shut up. You don’t get a lawyer.’”
As Levin said last week, it was the White House itself that demanded Section 1031 apply to American citizens.
“The language which precluded the application of Section 1031 to American citizens was in the bill that we originally approved…and the administration asked us to remove the language which says that U.S. citizens and lawful residents would not be subject to this section,” said Levin, Chairman of the Armed Services Committee.
Senator McCain also told Rand Paul during a hearing on the bill that American citizens could be declared an enemy combatant, sent to Guantanamo Bay and detained indefinitely, “no matter who they are.”
Quite how those still in denial could even entertain the notion that the bill would not apply to American citizens when the Obama administration is already enforcing a policy of state assassination and killing American citizens it claims are “terrorists,” without having to present any evidence or go through any legal process, is beyond naive.
With the White House having largely resolved its concerns with the bill, which had nothing to do with the ‘indefinite detention’ provision, Obama could put pen to paper as early as tomorrow on a law that if recognized will nullify the bill of rights – ironically tomorrow is “Bill of Rights Day”.
- InfoWars

Happy Birthday

To our Bill of Rights, signed and ratified 220 years ago on 15 December, 1791.
God bless these United States.

I bet his neighbors love him

Can you imagine the bugs and rats and shit?
He should do like any normal city dweller would do - just heave the garbage over the side. Maybe he'll get lucky and hit an OWSer.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

"..... because they are not soldiers"

What a piece of shit.
He wants to make sure they (diplomats) come home "because they are not soldiers."
FTA All The Way, right?

Thanks to Stu for sending in the link.

Woo-hoo! This'll be better than A Day Without Mexicans!

Government shutdown preparations begin as funding talks stall

The Obama administration is alerting employees to the possibility of a partial government shutdown if talks on bills to fund the government and extend the payroll tax cut collapse later this week.
With Congress facing a midnight Friday deadline to either pass a short-term or final measure to fund government operations for the remainder of the fiscal year, Cabinet secretaries and agency heads planned to send an e-mail message to workers by close of business Wednesday informing them that a shutdown could occur, according to multiple administration officials familiar with the plans.
- WaPo

Gotta be California (again)

San Fransicko to be exact. Check out the banner above his/her/it's shoulder.

- Irish

Dictator Obama

In an interview with KOAA-TV, a local news channel from Colorado Springs, Colorado, President Obama says if Congress is not willing to pass legislation he wants, he will do it himself in order to win another term. Read the transcript below.

Rob Quirk, KOAA-TV: "And one year from today we will know if this a one-term or two-term president. So, I asked the president what will it take from now until then to not only win Colorado again, but reelection as well."

President Obama: "Well, what we're going to have to do is continue to make progress on the economy over the next several months. And where Congress is not willing to act, we're going to go ahead and do it ourselves. But it would be nice if we could get a little bit of help from Capitol Hill."

- Real Clear Politics

It's true, I have no shame.

Yup, that's the ol' bunghole. Looks like you can sail a ship down that motherfucker, huh?
Found this picture of my colonoscopy in my locker at work and figured to bring it home to share with y'all. I'm pretty sure everybody at work has already seen it.

Ponder this, Obama.

The Obamessiah didn't want to destroy that drone after it went down or insert a team to recover it because the little bitch was worried that it would be construed as an act of war.
Isn't overflying their sandbox without their permission an act of war? I'm not talking about satellites here, I'm talking about flying in their airspace.
So what difference would a couple of dozen big motherfucking bombs make? We wouldn't be out a drone, beaucoup military secrets, the data that was already on the drone, plus that little monkey faced motherfucker wouldn't be punking us out.
Shit man, they've already threatened to destroy us and are working on the method to do so without any interference from us.

Smile and walk.....

Straight up White Trash, God bless her

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Your "OH MY GOD" for the day

Did you try 'Pretty Please....?'

Iran is having a field day over the latest downed Drone, saying that President Barack Obama “begs to give him back his toy plane.”
“Obama is hoping that the Iranian government is in a Christmas mood because he has asked Tehran to send him his Christmas present. Iran mocks Obama who ‘begged' for [his] Drone back,” chided the semi-official Fars News Agency.
"We have asked for it back. We'll see how the Iranians respond," Obama said following a meeting at the White House with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
Iran said last week it downed an advanced RQ-70 drone. The Obama administration initially denied the report, but later admitted it had lost a drone.
"Given Iran's behavior to date, we do not expect them to comply," U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said. President Obama reportedly turned down proposals to try to bomb the drone or retrieve it, fearing such an act would be considered an “act of war.”
"This is not only an intelligence victory for us, but a defeat for our enemies," said a senior commander of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps.
The RQ-170 has special coatings and a batwing shape designed to help it stay undetected by radar.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehman-Parast lambasted Obama, saying that ”it seems that he has forgotten that Iran's air space has been violated, espionage operations have been carried out, international laws have been violated and Iran's internal affairs have been interfered with.”
Iran now claims that the United States has lost 90 drones since 2007.
“The Drone Crash Database of the global research says thirteen drone crashes have taken place over the past ten months, including the stealth drone in Iran,” Fars reported.
- Israel National News

Flying body parts and everything!

Driving while talking on the phone a federal offense?

NTSB seeks nationwide ban on driver use of personal electronic devices

[This post has been updated]
The National Transportation Safety Board recommended a nationwide ban on driver use of personal electronic devices Tuesday, following its investigation into a deadly accident last year in Missouri.
NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman discussed the recommendations during a press conference after a meeting on that accident.
“According to [the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration], more than 3,000 people lost their lives last year in distraction-related accidents,”she said. “It is time for all of us to stand up for safety by turning off electronic devices when driving.”
While the NTSB investigates transportation and pipeline accidents and makes recommendations on safety rules and regulations, it has no power to implement them.
The NTSB’s recommendations urge all 50 states and the District ”to ban the nonemergency use of portable electronic devices (other than those designed to support the driving task).” According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, 35 states, including Maryland and Virginia, and the District ban texting while driving.
Read the rest here at WaPo.

Ever feel like you're in the spotlight?


"A religion of peace and tolerance....."

Wayne and his wolf

Got 4 or 5 of this guy and his animals, going to run them one at a time

Monday, December 12, 2011

The 7th century and the 21st come face to face

Fucking Okies, I swear.....

Stretchy shirts

Ah, domestic life.

About a month after Lisa moved in she asked "Hey, you want to play some cards or roll some dice?"
What the fuck kind of games are those to play with somebody you care about?
"Oooooookay......" I said as I retrieved my 41 and fighting knife from the safe and laid them on the table.
"Whoa, what are you doing? What's all this he-man shit for?" she wanted to know.
"I thought you wanted to play cards. I ain't playing no cards without my weapontry close at hand. A man can get killed if he forgets or gambles away his arms. What do you want to play?"
"Oh Jesus. I take it you won't gamble in a casino because you can't carry a gun."
"Nope, just gotta gamble with your coat on."

The upshot of the evening was she taught me some new card games and commenced to beat the shit out of me all night long. I should've retained my firearms.

But this is just a peaceful assembly protected under the Bill of Rights, right guys?

Well, that's one way to gain support from the population - threaten their wages, prevent groceries and goods from getting to their tables, homes and workplaces and misbehaving in general.


Port Shutdown Puts Sacramento Truckers Out Of Work
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Occupy Wall Street protesters have managed to at least partially shut down some of the West Coast’s busiest ports in the hopes they will cut into the corporations that run the docks. However, more than one hundred truckers in Sacramento say they are the ones being hurt.
The entire fleet at Devine Intermodal in West Sacramento is parked, leaving 120 drivers out of work, at least for the day.
Normally the drivers would be making two daily roundtrips to the Port of Oakland to pick up or deliver cargo.
The truckers are furious. If they don’t drive, they don’t get paid.
“Yeah, we’re all gonna lose about $600 today. That’s big money for this economy,” said trucker Dwayne Forcell.
A dispatcher with the Devine Intermodal visited the port this morning before making the call not to send the trucks. The one day of lost wages could make a big difference with profit margins in the industry so small.
Truckers say if Occupiers are trying to go after the so-called one-percent, they’re going about it the wrong way.
“If you gonna occupy something, go occupy the federal government. Go occupy the people that got the money,” trucker Anthony Green Sr. “I don’t have no money. I’m trying to make that money.”
If the port shutdown continues, truckers predict prices for electronics and food could increase at stores with merchandise delivery delayed.
Tomorrow, the trucking company plans to send a few scouts to the Port of Oakland before deciding whether to send their drivers.
Sacramento CBS Local

Occupy Protesters Have Blocked Access to Three West-Coast Ports
Protesters who said they wanted to shut down ports along the West Coast Monday appear to be getting traction in Oakland, Portland, and Long Beach, where they've blocked access roads and stopped trucks from making deliveries. The Port of Oakland has reportedly closed, The Guardian reports in its live blog, while Long Beach protesters are facing down police as they refuse to move from an intersection, the Los Angeles Times reports. Portland, too, has protesters massing at the entrances to its port, where they blocked trucks from entering and apparently disrupted the port's operation for the day. On the East Coast, meanwhile, police have reportedly started arresting Occupy Wall Street protesters who targeted Goldman Sachs in what they're calling a "squidding" demonstration.

The protests on the West Coast got started before dawn, when the San Francisco Chronicle reports demonstrators marched to the port to block the roads leading in:
A group of roughly 100 marchers were met by a line of police in riot gear near the intersection of Seventh Street and Middle HarborRoad. Protesters began marching in a circle, preventing trucks from getting through. At least one demonstrator had set up a tent in the intersection.
One trucker, clearly frustrated, blew his air horn and tried to drive through the crowd.
The trucker's frustration seems to mirror that of the International Longshore Workers Union, which did not sanction Monday's port actions. The ILWU said the protests would do harm to its members, costing them a day's pay, according to the Chronicle. But The Guardian reports that protesters say they're acting in support of the ILWU.

In New York, meanwhile, police have reportedly arrested several protesters at the Goldman Sachs action, confiscating live-streaming video equipment, according to NewYorkist on Twitter. One of those arrested, Brooklyn writer John Knefel, estimated 17 people had been arrested so far.
Yahoo News

I just knew he was from Kalifornia.....

-- A state senator from Southern California was considering calling for a boycott of Lowe's stores after the home improvement chain pulled its advertising from a reality show about Muslim-Americans.
Calling the retail giant's decision "un-American" and "naked religious bigotry," Sen. Ted Lieu, D-Torrance, told The Associated Press on Sunday that he would also consider legislative action if Lowe's doesn't apologize to Muslims and reinstate its ads. The senator sent a letter outlining his complaints to Lowe's Chief Executive Officer Robert A. Niblock.
The retail giant stopped advertising on TLC's "All-American Muslim" after a group called the Florida Family Association complained the show was "propaganda that riskily hides the Islamic agenda's clear and present danger to American liberties and traditional values."
The program premiered last month and chronicles the lives of five families from Dearborn, Mich., a Detroit suburb with a large Muslim and Arab-American population.
"The show is about what it's like to be a Muslim in America, and it touches on the discrimination they sometimes face. And that kind of discrimination is exactly what's happening here with Lowe's," Lieu said.
The Florida group sent three emails to its members, asking them to petition Lowe's to pull its advertising. Its website was updated to say that "supporters' emails to advertisers make a difference."
Read the rest here.

We just flock to you for your sage wisdom regarding politics

She is a staunch Democrat known for her political activism, if not her amazing figure and acting career.
But Jane Fonda didn't hold back during a CNN interview on Friday after she asked about her opinion of the Republican presidential candidates.
The 73-year-old, who starred in Barbarella and Coming Home, was asked by Piers Morgan to comment on the intellectual capacity of the GOP candidates.
She replied: 'They all scare me frankly. I get depressed and scared when I look at the Republican debates.

'I'm worried about anybody getting elected to office who says we have to do away with or privatise social security, we have to reduce medical health insurance, we have to not raise taxes.
'And, oh, there's no problem with the environment, this is all made up by the left, the scientists don't really know what they're talking about - this worries me.'
The Hollywood star also spoke of her hopes that President Barack Obama would be reelected for a second term.

She told CNN: 'I wish that he would be stronger. I think he will be in his second term.'I think he's going to be reelected. I think he's a good man, but I wish that he was tougher on the issues that I care about and that a lot of people care about.'
Article from Daily Mail


May you rot in hell.

I see your lips moving, don't hear a damned thing you're sayin'

President Obama reminded everyone there that "the manifestation of God's love" Jesus Christ was born more than 2000 years ago.
"For me and for millions of Americans, the story has filled our hearts and inspired our lives. It moves us to love one another, to help and serve those less fortunate, to forgive, to draw close to our families, to be grateful for all that has been given to us. To keep faith, and to hold on to an enduring hope in humanity." Obama added, "Service to others; compassion to all; treating others as we wish ourselves to be treated -- those values aren’t just at the center of Christianity. Those are values that are shared by all faiths."
The president concluded, "So tonight let us all rededicate ourselves to each other, and in that spirit, from my family to yours: Happy holidays, Merry Christmas, God bless you all, and God bless the United States of America.”
Excerpted from The Washington Examiner


Coming from somebody else's mouth, this would've been beautiful. From his mouth, they're just words that immediately are suspect.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Is that one of them MILFs y'all talk about?

It was justifiable homicide, Your Honor.

Harvest time!

- Irish

Cleanin' My Gun

This song kicks ass.
Lyrics are below.

I keep a weather eye on the horizon, back to the wall
I like to know who's coming through the door at us all

It's the old Army training, kickin' in
I'm not complaining
It's the world we live in

Ronny and Malarkey, they're a devious firm
They'll take you to the cleaners, let you burn
The help is breaking dishes in the kitchen,
Thanks a lot
We hired the worst dishwasher
This place ever got

Hidden below the radar, they want to spoil our fun:..
In the meantime, I'm cleaning my gun

Remember it got so cold ice froze up the tank
We lit a fire beneath her just so she would crank

Keep a weather eye on the horizon
Tap the storm glass now and then
We got a case of Old Damnation
For when you get here my friend

We can have ourselves a party before they come
In the meantime, I'm cleaning my gun

We had women and a mirror ball, we had a DJ
We used to eat pretty much all came this way
Ever since the goons came in took apart the place
I keep a tire iron in the corner just in case

Gave you a magic bullet on a little chain
Keep you safe from the chilly winds
And the howl of the rain

We're gonna might need bullets, should we have stuck
Any which way, we're gonna need a little luck

You can still get gas in heaven and drink in kingdom come:
In the meantime, I'm cleaning my gun.

Sent in by Murray.

Police employ Predator drone spy planes on home front

Unmanned aircraft from an Air Force base in North Dakota help local police with surveillance, raising questions that trouble privacy advocates.

December 10, 2011, 6:12 p.m.

Armed with a search warrant, Nelson County Sheriff Kelly Janke went looking for six missing cows on the Brossart family farm in the early evening of June 23. Three men brandishing rifles chased him off, he said.

Janke knew the gunmen could be anywhere on the 3,000-acre spread in eastern North Dakota. Fearful of an armed standoff, he called in reinforcements from the state Highway Patrol, a regional SWAT team, a bomb squad, ambulances and deputy sheriffs from three other counties.

He also called in a Predator B drone.

As the unmanned aircraft circled 2 miles overhead the next morning, sophisticated sensors under the nose helped pinpoint the three suspects and showed they were unarmed. Police rushed in and made the first known arrests of U.S. citizens with help from a Predator, the spy drone that has helped revolutionize modern warfare.
A Predator drone spy plane helped police make arrests after a North Dakota family's run-in with a local sheriff. Rodney Brossart, shown here, and his daughter and his three sons face felony charges. (Lake Region Law Enforcement Center / December 8, 2011)
But that was just the start. Local police say they have used two unarmed Predators based at Grand Forks Air Force Base to fly at least two dozen surveillance flights since June. The FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration have used Predators for other domestic investigations, officials said.

"We don't use [drones] on every call out," said Bill Macki, head of the police SWAT team in Grand Forks. "If we have something in town like an apartment complex, we don't call them."

The drones belong to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which operates eight Predators on the country's northern and southwestern borders to search for illegal immigrants and smugglers. The previously unreported use of its drones to assist local, state and federal law enforcement has occurred without any public acknowledgment or debate.

Congress first authorized Customs and Border Protection to buy unarmed Predators in 2005. Officials in charge of the fleet cite broad authority to work with police from budget requests to Congress that cite "interior law enforcement support" as part of their mission.

In an interview, Michael C. Kostelnik, a retired Air Force general who heads the office that supervises the drones, said Predators are flown "in many areas around the country, not only for federal operators, but also for state and local law enforcement and emergency responders in times of crisis."

But former Rep. Jane Harman (D-Venice), who sat on the House homeland security intelligence subcommittee at the time and served as its chairwoman from 2007 until early this year, said no one ever discussed using Predators to help local police serve warrants or do other basic work.

Using Predators for routine law enforcement without public debate or clear legal authority is a mistake, Harman said.

"There is no question that this could become something that people will regret," said Harman, who resigned from the House in February and now heads the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, a Washington think tank.

In 2008 and 2010, Harman helped beat back efforts by Homeland Security officials to use imagery from military satellites to help domestic terrorism investigations. Congress blocked the proposal on grounds it would violate the Posse Comitatus Act, which bars the military from taking a police role on U.S. soil.

Proponents say the high-resolution cameras, heat sensors and sophisticated radar on the border protection drones can help track criminal activity in the United States, just as the CIA uses Predators and other drones to spy on militants in Pakistan, nuclear sites in Iran and other targets around the globe.

For decades, U.S. courts have allowed law enforcement to conduct aerial surveillance without a warrant. They have ruled that what a person does in the open, even behind a backyard fence, can be seen from a passing airplane and is not protected by privacy laws.

Advocates say Predators are simply more effective than other planes. Flying out of earshot and out of sight, a Predator B can watch a target for 20 hours nonstop, far longer than any police helicopter or manned aircraft.

"I am for the use of drones," said Howard Safir, former head of operations for the U.S. Marshals Service and former New York City police commissioner. He said drones could help police in manhunts, hostage situations and other difficult cases.

But privacy advocates say drones help police snoop on citizens in ways that push current law to the breaking point.

"Any time you have a tool like that in the hands of law enforcement that makes it easier to do surveillance, they will do more of it," said Ryan Calo, director for privacy and robotics at the Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society.

It's true, I'm blessed.

A pot of homemade cream of broccoli soup

One of the many things I love about Miss Lisa is her ability to whip up a delicious meal with damned near anything that happens to be in the house.
This morning I woke up to the lovely smell of one of her homemade soups which is going to simmer and bubble all day long.
Bacon sandwiches for lunch and soup for dinner. Damn. Now if I just had a nice coyote to skin out, it would be THE Perfect Day.

Showers every other week? Oooooh.......

The Occupy Movement has given us reporters plenty of fodder for good stories -- some informative and others entertaining. And while it appears Occupy SF has ceased to exist as a camp since police raided the encampment on Wednesday, there are still plenty of amusing stories to tell.
For instance, this San Francisco guy is desperate to reoccupy the Financial District, which is why he is looking for someone to help him set up his tent -- and occupy it with him. So he did what any normal searching San Franciscan would do: He posted an ad on Craigslist.

Although it's far from your average "looking for a housemate" ad.
Here's his sales pitch:
"I want a roommate to help set up a new camp and watch my back in case the NAzis with the GERMAN dog come back to kick me out. I also have a video camera we can share in case they harrass us.

Aside from sounding paranoid, here's a little more about him: "I am clean and keep a neat tent. I shave and shower every other week, we can alternate so some one is always in the tent. My girlfriend will bring food so we don't have to leave."

And if that isn't enticing enough, the rent is cheaper than a cardboard box. "$1.00 rent is due upon our agreement and is due on the first of every month. It is not refundable as your dollar symbolizes your dedication to the tent and our cause," according to the ad.
SF Weekly