Saturday, January 21, 2012

Remember finding your uncle's books in Granny's bathroom?

Subculture of Americans prepares for civilization's collapse

(Reuters) - When Patty Tegeler looks out the window of her home overlooking the Appalachian Mountains in southwestern Virginia, she sees trouble on the horizon.
"In an instant, anything can happen," she told Reuters. "And I firmly believe that you have to be prepared."
Tegeler is among a growing subculture of Americans who refer to themselves informally as "preppers." Some are driven by a fear of imminent societal collapse, others are worried about terrorism, and many have a vague concern that an escalating series of natural disasters is leading to some type of environmental cataclysm.
They are following in the footsteps of hippies in the 1960s who set up communes to separate themselves from what they saw as a materialistic society, and the survivalists in the 1990s who were hoping to escape the dictates of what they perceived as an increasingly secular and oppressive government.
Preppers, though are, worried about no government.
Tegeler, 57, has turned her home in rural Virginia into a "survival center," complete with a large generator, portable heaters, water tanks, and a two-year supply of freeze-dried food that her sister recently gave her as a birthday present. She says that in case of emergency, she could survive indefinitely in her home. And she thinks that emergency could come soon.
"I think this economy is about to fall apart," she said.
A wide range of vendors market products to preppers, mainly online. They sell everything from water tanks to guns to survival skills.
Conservative talk radio host Glenn Beck seems to preach preppers' message when he tells listeners: "It's never too late to prepare for the end of the world as we know it."
"Unfortunately, given the increasing complexity and fragility of our modern technological society, the chances of a societal collapse are increasing year after year," said author James Wesley Rawles, whose Survival Blog is considered the guiding light of the prepper movement.
A former Army intelligence officer, Rawles has written fiction and non-fiction books on end-of-civilization topics, including "How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It," which is also known as the preppers' Bible.
"We could see a cascade of higher interest rates, margin calls, stock market collapses, bank runs, currency revaluations, mass street protests, and riots," he told Reuters. "The worst-case end result would be a Third World War, mass inflation, currency collapses, and long term power grid failures."
A sense of "suffering and being afraid" is usually at the root of this kind of thinking, according to Cathy Gutierrez, an expert on end-times beliefs at Sweet Briar College in Virginia. Such feelings are not unnatural in a time of economic recession and concerns about a growing national debt, she said.
"With our current dependence on things from the electric grid to the Internet, things that people have absolutely no control over, there is a feeling that a collapse scenario can easily emerge, with a belief that the end is coming, and it is all out of the individual's control," she told Reuters.
She compared the major technological developments of the past decade to the Industrial Revolution of the 1830s and 1840s, which led to the growth of the Millerites, the 19th-Century equivalent of the preppers. Followers of charismatic preacher Joseph Miller, many sold everything and gathered in 1844 for what they believed would be the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Many of today's preppers receive inspiration from the Internet, devouring information posted on websites like that run by attorney Michael T. Snider, who writes The Economic Collapse blog out of his home in northern Idaho.
"Modern preppers are much different from the survivalists of the old days," he said. "You could be living next door to a prepper and never even know it. Many suburbanites are turning spare rooms into food pantries and are going for survival training on the weekends."
Like other preppers, Snider is worried about the end of a functioning U.S. economy. He points out that tens of millions of Americans are on food stamps and that many U.S. children are living in poverty.
"Most people have a gut feeling that something has gone terribly wrong, but that doesn't mean that they understand what is happening," he said. "A lot of Americans sense that a massive economic storm is coming and they want to be prepared for it."
So, assuming there is no collapse of society -- which the preppers call "uncivilization" -- what is the future of the preppers?
Gutierrez said that unlike the Millerites -- or followers of radio preacher Harold Camping, who predicted the world would end last year -- preppers are not setting a date for the coming destruction. The Mayan Calendar predicts doom this December.
"The minute you set a date, you are courting disconfirmation," she said.
Tegeler, who recalls being hit by tornadoes and floods in her southwestern Virginia home, said that none of her "survival center" products will go to waste.
"I think it's silly not to be prepared," she said. "After all, anything can happen."

Ah, domestic life.....

When I was single I had both a cell phone and a home phone. The cell was for motherfuckers that I wanted to give my number to and the home phone was for motherfuckers that demanded my phone number. I never checked the messages, hell, I think the machine was turned off for the past 6 months.
Anyways, when Lisa moved in, she started trimming unnecessary costs and the home line was at the top of the list.
So now when somebody calls from a strange number and says "Hello, Mr. Lane?" I have to say "You bet" instead of "Depends. Are you a cop?" or my favorite, "Who the fuck are you?"

The towels and washrags in the bathroom that I'm not allowed to use are in the regular towel closet now, but that's only because we're buying new towels and washrags that I won't be allowed to use. I'm still trying to figure that one out.

New dishes, too. We ain't buying one set, we're buying TWO sets. I got a feeling we're going be having a shitload of company.
The only friend that's ever eaten a meal in my house in 20 years is Rick and that's only because the rude bastard stopped by during my supper and wouldn't quit staring at my food until I offered him some so yeah, having dinner guests is going to take some getting used to.

So let me get this straight.....

.....Pakistan is now selling toddler T-shirts promoting their national sport - suicide bombing, recently expanded to include child bombers.

No shit, I was with Miss Lisa this morning at the Walmart and while she was looking at foo-foo stuff I headed back to the sporting goods sections and this caught my eye as I strolled past the toddler clothes section.
I snatched Lisa's phone and got a picture of it. And best of all? Made in Pakistan.
Too good to not post.

Paybacks from the Great State of Arizona

Arizona's state legislature will open its own investigation into the Obama administration's disgraced gun-running program, known as "Fast and Furious," the speaker of the state House said Friday.
Speaker Andy Tobin created the committee, and charged it with looking at whether the program broke any state laws — raising the possibility of state penalties against those responsible for the operation.
It's a turnaround from the rest of the immigration issue, where the federal government has sued to block the state's own set of laws.
Read this rest HERE


Damn, it would hilarious if Holder and Obama were arrested and charged over this, especially after Holder's 'Fuck you, I'm untouchable' attitude during the federal hearings.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Open borders. If you really want that......

( – Organized crime-related deaths in one Mexican border state during the first nine months of 2011 exceed the number of Afghan civilians killed in roughly the same period in all of war-torn Afghanistan.
According to the Mexican government, from January through September 2011 2,276 deaths were recorded in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, which borders Texas and New Mexico.
A Nov. 2011 Congressional Research Service (CRS) report states that over nearly the same period – January through October 2011 – 2,177 civilians were killed in Afghanistan, where a U.S.-led war against the Taliban is underway. It did not provide a breakdown of responsibility for that period, but said that in 2010, 75 percent of civilian deaths were attributed to the Taliban and other “anti-government elements.”

Work with Congress 'when possible' ???

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said that President Obama would continue to roll out "We Can't Wait" initiatives under his executive authority throughout 2012, but maintained that the president will "eagerly" work with Congress when possible.
"[Obama] has been talking about the fact that he will use his executive authority to advance the priorities of the American people, and he has been doing that," Carney told reporters during today's press briefing. "He will continue to do that. It is true that the context here is often, we can’t wait for Congress to act, and that will be true throughout the year."
Obama has been criticized in the past for his apparent willingness, and sometimes desire, to circumvent Congress; his unprecedented reinterpretation of the conditions necessary to make recess appointments earlier this month was especially controversial.
Carney emphasized that Obama would like to work with Congress if Republicans wll stop blocking the stimulus program contained in the American Jobs Act. "Where Congress will act, he will eagerly join with them to get the people’s business done," Carney said.

The Music World loses a true legend

Etta James, the sultry, powerful blues, R&B and jazz singer who infused her work with a depth of emotion culled from hard-fought experience, died today in Riverside, Calif. She was 73. In 2010, Ms. James was diagnosed with leukemia. The singer also suffered from hepatitis C and dementia and spent two weeks in the hospital earlier this month.
Ms. James is best known for her 1961 hit “At Last,” which is the definitive version of the oft-covered classic. Though her career was marked by fits and starts, she continued to record throughout the years; her ’90 disk “Seven-Year-Itch” is among her overlooked masterworks. Her ’93 release “Mystery Lady: Songs of Billie Holiday” is a loving tribute to one of her influences – though on the disk the always-bold Ms. James doesn’t surrender to Ms. Holiday’s distinctive style. She earned a Grammy as a Jazz Vocalist for the Holiday tribute, one of six she received from the recording academy.
Ms. James was born Jamesetta Hawkins in 1938 in Los Angeles. After moving to San Francisco in 1950, she formed a doo-wop trio and shortly thereafter met singer, composer and producer Johnny Otis, who, coincidentally, died last Tuesday. In 1955, as a member of the Peaches, she had a top hit on the R&B charts with “Wallflower (Dance with Me, Henry),” Otis’s sly reply to Hank Ballard’s “Work with Me, Annie.” A year later, as a solo act she toured with Little Richard and later with Johnny “Guitar” Watson.
Her best-known work came during her stint with Chess Records. Her ’61 album “At Last!” illustrated her versatility: In addition to the title track, it also included the jazz ballads “Stormy Weather” and “Sunday Kind of Love” as well as Willie Dixon’s “I Just Want to Make Love to You,” popularized by fellow Chess artist Muddy Waters. In ’68, she had a memorable hit with “I’d Rather Go Blind.”
Her career was halted by a crippling addiction to heroin that led briefly to a life of crime. Though she is said to have kicked heroin in the mid ‘70s – as part of a plea agreement, she was sentenced to a drug treatment center instead of prison – Ms. James continued to fight against the temptation of drugs for much of the remainder of her adult years. Her tumultuous personal life was depicted in her 2003 autobiography “Rage to Survive” as well as in the ‘08 film “Cadillac Records,” in which she was portrayed by Beyoncé. Despite her rocky road, Ms. James’ talent rarely wavered.
Etta James is member of the Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Blues and Grammy halls of fame and is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Funeral arrangements have yet to be announced.

Keeping the Man honest

Free North Carolina


Cop or Soldier?

Cop or Soldier?
21 pictures, you guess if it's a cop or a soldier.
Take the test HERE

I didn't do very well, 13 correct answers.
Take the quiz and then a moment to remark in the comments how you did. Don't be ashamed if you score low. The militarization of LEO makes it hard to tell.

Thanks to Skidmark for passing along the link.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Remember the Zagnut candy bar?

CharlieGodammit got up from his post in front of the door where he guards me from Feds and Mormons and Evil Cats and slunk past, eyes avoiding me and trying not to be noticed as he headed towards the back door.
I waited for a minute for noises but it seemed to be awfully quiet. I mean, that damned dog is always into something and he's usually not too subtle about it. No noise this time though, so it looks like I'll have to get up from my Camouflage Bass Pro Easy Chair and investigate whatever mischief he might be into. Then I heard his rabies tag tink-tink against the catbox.
Ah. Snack time. Back to my book......

Naw, you're just a snotty son of a bitch..

President Obama blames the press for creating the image that he's aloof and disconnected from the rest of Washington, insisting in a new interview that he's just more interested in spending time with his family than in exchanging pleasantries with strangers.
"My suspicion is that this whole critique has to do with the fact that I don’t go to a lot of Washington parties and, as a consequence, the Washington press corps maybe just doesn’t feel like I’m in the mix enough with them, and they figure, well, if I’m not spending time with them, I must be cold and aloof," Obama said in an interview with Time Magazine released Thursday.
"The fact is, I’ve got a 13-year-old and 10-year-old daughter. And so, no, Michelle and I don’t do the social scene, because as busy as we are, we have a limited amount of time, and we want to be good parents at a time that’s vitally important for our kids."
More here

Damn, I bet that hurt.

Fucking hilarious, though.


Not only that but she's a member of the Itty Bitty Tittie Committee.

I learn something new about her everyday

Miss Lisa, bless her heart, does not have a racist bone in her body and pretty much has good thoughts about everybody, even me sometimes. Or so I thought until she was talking about her first ex-husband the other night.
I forget what brought it up but she told me that he was Mexican, German, and Portagee.
"Damn, that's a hell of a mixture" I commented.
"That's right, a loudmouth drunk that couldn't hold a motherfucking job!" she fired back, obviously not the first time she used that description.

Serve and Protect, my ass

You ain't lyin'

Next time get a bigger dog

DETROIT (WWJ)- A dog in the Clinton Township area was the victim of a deadly coyote attack this past week.
A pack of coyotes are reportedly to blame in an attack that killed Julie Wickwares’ Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Duffy. Wickwares let her dog out at six in the morning last week and a few minutes later saw her dogs bloodied body.
“Within ten minutes I went out to see where he was and I found him in the backyard,” Wickwares said. “I saw the coyote about 20 feet away.”
She rushed her dog to the veterinarian, but Duffy died of a broken neck.
Wickware says her daughter is devastated and her grandchildren are scared as well.
“My 5 year-old grandson won’t even go outside without two adults next to him,” Wickware said. “He’s afraid they’re gonna get him.”
Wickware is warning her neighbors to keep an eye on their pets and not leave them outside alone.
Another persons cat in the area is missing as well. Coyotes see cats as prey, but the experts say they don’t usually attack dogs unless it’s an offensive attack.
The Department of Natural Resources says coyotes are known to fear people. According to the DNR’s website, the coyote population is on the rise.
Coyotes are also in the middle of breeding season which runs now through March.
For more information about coyotes and how to prevent attacks, visit
Thanks to Woody for the link and post title.


So what the fuck do folks from Detroit know about coyotes?
They usually don't attack dogs unless it's an offensive attack? Of course it's an offensive attack - all attacks are offensive, even if you were on the defense originally.
And I got news for them city folks. Coyotes kill dogs for food too. They eat everything from carrion to cowshit - do they honestly think they'll draw the line at dogs for some dumbass reason?

Hey, he's worth more to me than she was.

A few years ago I was going through a divorce and one of the things I had to do was list all of my assests. I mean, they wanted me to list everything I had that was of any value.
So I sat down and listed my vehicle, tools, fishing gear, most of my guns, everything that I owned that might be worth anything.
As I was sitting there going over shit in my mind, wondering what I might have left out, I spotted my 13 year old coonhound laying in the middle of the floor, snoring and farting and enjoying his comfortable old age.
You want everything of value to me? Fine, motherfuckers.
Item: One each old hound dog. Value: Priceless some days, absolutely worthless other days.
The paralegal typed it up that way and the judge must've been a dog lover because she laughed out loud at my next hearing.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

She should be shot

Click on it to make it bigger or go get your fucking glasses.

Swamp Rat's 15 Seconds of Fame

Ya know, got to thinkin, I really don't hate obama. He is what he is.

The actual people I can't stand, are the people of America, that were STUPID enough to actually,
Believe his socialist bastards "Hope and Change" bullshit! They seemed to miss his "Key" statement...

"I will Fundimentally Change America".
They just didn't understand a Socialist. He was perfectly "marketed". The True "Manchurican Candidate".
AND...It worked.

Well...Come Nov. 2012. We'll see if Americans have... Got it yet????
- Swamp Rat
Yeah, I can't believe that the American people actually bought into that "Hope" bullshit. He definitely brought us Change, but Hope's getting further and further away.

Wannabe White Trash

From 10/25/08

While doing an internet search for pictures of my classy White Trash catagory, I ran across this one.
While I know that being White Trash is the new fad, it has to be done right to be effective and these folks have it all wrong. Let me point out their mistakes.
1) Their clothes are new.
To be pure WT, it helps if you buy your attire at a thrift shop. There is nothing wrong with wearing other people's clothes. The classier WT will wash the clothes after purchasing them but it's not required. The young man in the overalls is particularly offensive - not only are his overalls brand new, but he's wearing a T shirt under them.

2) No grease stains.
Whether it be on the body or the clothing, there has to be grease stains somewhere.
3) The setting appears to be in a suburban setting.
No self respecting WT would allow his picture to be taken anywhere other than in a field, near a body of water, in a forest, at a gun range, saloon, or jailhouse.

4) No tobacco products in use. No cigarettes, Copenhagen, Skoal, or cigars.
5) While it does appear that they are drinking beer, they are drinking from cans which are totally useless as weapons, even when full. Trust me, I know.
6) Headgear. The two in the rear have it right, the two that are seated need to crumple their hats up and dirty 'em up a little. Puking in them wouldn't hurt.

7) No women in cutoffs and tit tops in the picture. Gotta have 'em.
8) No facial hair. Mustaches and/or goatees are required. Females are excused from this requirement if necessary.
9) No weapons worn or displayed. When posing for a picture, this is a must for all males. It can be a gun or a knife (even in a sheath) but there must be at least one weapon in the picture.
10) No vehicles. THERE MUST BE A VEHICLE SOMEWHERE IN THE PICTURE!!!! It can be a muscle car, a quad, tractor or pickup, but there must be a vehicle in a posed picture. One more thing - it must be American made. No Toyota pickups. Period.

11) There is not a single soiltary dog in the picture. Not only is there not a dog, I can't spot a single pile of dogshit on the lawn.

12) While alcohol appears to be in use, I don't see anybody that is even close to passing out or puking.
And finally:
13) Tattoos. I see 10 bare arms in the picture and no tattoos. And while tattoos with colors fill the requirement, the best ones would be either prison or homemade tattoos with no colors at all.
Okay, I hope that these tips help out. If you wanna be White Trash, be White Trash, not Wannabe White Trash.

Finally. An ad for my people.

It was that easy?

WASHINGTON - Two smoke bombs were apparently thrown over the White House fence as an "Occupy" protest grew feisty Tuesday evening, FOX News Channel reported.
The White House was put into partial lockdown as a result, after the devices were found on the North Lawn.
"Smoking objects" were found "near the North Portico," an agent told Politico, although few other details were given. The Secret Service deployed a robot to check them out, FOX reported.
Secret Service spokesman George Ogilvie told FOX that officers were working with Park Police to investigate.
Read more HERE

Live Free or Die

And yet, you wonder why.....

Surprise! You single again, Woman!

Here's the problem, you lost your radiator cap.

Why is he looking under the hood? I can see what the problem is from here.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Fuck that!!!!!

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD is stepping up their war against illegal guns, with a new tool that could detect weapons on someone as they walk down the street.
But is it violating your right to privacy?
Police, along with the U.S. Department of Defense, are researching new technology in a scanner placed on police vehicles that can detect concealed weapons.
“You could use it at a specific event. You could use it at a shooting-prone location,” NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly told CBS 2′s Hazel Sanchez on Tuesday.
It’s called Terahertz Imaging Detection. It measures the energy radiating from a body up to 16 feet away, and can detect anything blocking it, like a gun.

And the idea is causing quite the uproar on both sides of the privacy issue.
“I think it’s good. People will be safer and it will be a safer environment,” Jessica Ramos said.
“If it’s going to make us safer as citizens I’m okay with that,” said Lori Sampson of Lake Ronkonkoma.
“I think it’s all about invading people’s lives more and more and more,” Antonio Gabriel said.
“It’s definitely a privacy issue, but it’s for our safety. So it’s just one of those things, a double-edged sword,” added Clarence Moore of Union, N.J.
Police Commissioner Kelly said the scanner would only be used in reasonably suspicious circumstances and could cut down on the number of stop-and-frisks on the street.
But the New York Civil Liberties Union is raising a red flag.
“It’s worrisome. It implicates privacy, the right to walk down the street without being subjected to a virtual pat-down by the Police Department when you’re doing nothing wrong,” the NYCLU’s Donna Lieberman said.
“We have involved our attorneys as we go forward with this issue. We think it’s a very positive development,” Kelly said.
People on the street have differing opinions on the price they’d be willing to pay for safety.
“There are a lot of cameras already here, so as people walk they’re being filmed. And most of the time they don’t know it,” said Jennifer Bailly of Jersey City.
“If they search you, you’re not giving consent, so they can do what they want, meaning they can use that as an excuse to search you for other means. I don’t think that’s constitutional at all,” Devan Thomas said.
“I don’t agree with it. I have the belief that if you forgoe some of your freedom then it’s not freedom at all,” added Erwin Morales of Hoboken.
“I think it’s good. I think if someone has something to hide and they’re going to worry about it, who cares?” Robert McDougall added.
The Department of Defense is also researching the Terahertz technology to detect suicide bombers wearing explosives.

Doing backflips over those tomatoes?

Who's the bitch now?

Super cool

One thing about wearing britches like this is that he doesn't have to spend much time shopping. I mean, it doesn't make a bit of difference what the waist size is or how long they are, right?

Straight-Up White Trash, God bless 'im.

I wouldn't have posted this under White Trash if it hadn't been for the fact that the young man is obviously a Hank Williams Jr fan.

Monday, January 16, 2012

CharlieGodammit and his Big-Ass Bone

A couple of weeks back I did a post on CharlieGodammit and his Big-Ass Bone that Momma Jude was kind enough to send.
It was the first time I ever saw that dog whipped.
Now he can destroy a regular large-sized bone in an hour but he couldn't even get a grip on this one because he normally attacks them from one end and this motherfucker was so big he couldn't gethis jaws wrapped around it.
So I took Hobo's advice and sawed that sucker in half.

Yes, I know. I have issues.

For a second I thought that was CharlieGodammit

Family Movie Night sure has changed

Fluffy will never be the same again

Damn, those things are nasty. You too, girl.

A Los Angeles woman was arrested after she offered sexual favors in exchange for chicken McNuggets, Burbank police said.
Khadijah Baseer of Los Angeles reportedly opened customers’ car doors in the drive-thru of McDonald’s on the 1700 block of Olive Avenue about 11 p.m. Wednesday, asking for free chicken McNuggets in exchange for sexual favors, Officer Joshua Kendrick said.
A man told police Baseer approached him but he refused the offer.
The Burbank Leader

When daddies get bored

It's all fun and games until they get pissed on

The original Smoke Nazi


I had a dental appointment this morning and it brought to mind this experience from December 1, 2008.
And yes, I did get another dentist.

I think I need another dentist

Okay, I learned a very valuable lesson today.
Never ever go into the Dentist's office with a load of Copenhagen still in your mouth. While I truly forgot that it was there until I climbed into the chair and he had me open up, I saw the light right away.
He about had a fucking heart attack.
And while it was funnier than hell watching him go ballistic and bounce off walls, the entertainment stopped shortly afterwards, just about the time he started his exam with all those sharp little picks.
"DON'T YOU (jab, jab) COME INTO MY FUCKING (jab, jab, stab) OFFICE WITH (jab) THAT GARBAGE (stabpokejabjab) IN YOUR MOUTH (jabjabjabstab) AGAIN!!!!!!!"
This shit went on for 20 minutes.
It almost wasn't worth getting my teeth cleaned.
When I left, I turned around to see him glaring at me, picks still in his hand and drool running down his chin. I wiped the blood off my lips, smiled and popped in another chew and then ran for my truck.

Big Brother is watching you

Capitalizing on one of the fastest-growing trends in law enforcement, a private California-based company has compiled a database bulging with more than 550 million license-plate records on both innocent and criminal drivers that can be searched by police.

The technology has raised alarms among civil libertarians, who say it threatens the privacy of drivers. It's also evidence that 21st-century technology may be evolving too quickly for the courts and public opinion to keep up. The U.S. Supreme Court is only now addressing whether investigators can secretly attach a GPS monitoring device to cars without a warrant.
A ruling in that case has yet to be handed down, but a telling exchange occurred during oral arguments. Chief Justice John Roberts asked lawyers for the government if even he and other members of the court could feasibly be tracked by GPS without a warrant. Yes, came the answer.
Meanwhile, police around the country have been affixing high-tech scanners to the exterior of their patrol cars, snapping a picture of every passing license plate and automatically comparing them to databases of outstanding warrants, stolen cars and wanted bank robbers.

The units work by sounding an in-car alert if the scanner comes across a license plate of interest to police, whereas before, patrol officers generally needed some reason to take an interest in the vehicle, like a traffic violation.
But when a license plate is scanned, the driver's geographic location is also recorded and saved, along with the date and time, each of which amounts to a record or data point. Such data collection occurs regardless of whether the driver is a wanted criminal, and the vast majority are not.

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

- Woody

Cute paint job contest


Or this?

A morning stretch to start the day

DAMN! Where'd all these pinkies come from?

Yeah, ya stupid fucker!


Presenting Miss America, Laura Kaeppeler!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Gotta get one

Pissed her off, didn't you?

Fuck the feds

Slut Alert!!! Sluts in the roadway, proceed with caution.

And she was never invited to Buffy's parties again

Gram discovers internet porn

The Littlest Three Percenter

- Irish

But the front sight will snag.....

White Trash Paradise

Big Sis is watching

Watch what you say.
There's no means of electronic communications that are secure.
Your phones, especially your smart phones, can get you into some serious trouble by providing LEO with evidence. Don't use them. Leave them at home so they can't be used as a GPS locator.
Just sayin'.