Saturday, February 04, 2012

Basic Preparations

Let me say right out the gate that I have never picked a fight in my entire life, nor have I ever looked for one. I generally try to avoid violence - it can be painful at my advanced age and the legal ramifications can get downright expensive.
But..... I believe in preparing for any fight or battle that I can see coming. When I prepare, it's not to put up a good fight, it's to win and to win fast and make sure you never want to fuck with me again.

I read a lot of war history and one of the most tenacious enemies that we ever had were the Vietnamese. They were masters of guerrilla warfare and had the homefield advantage as far as knowledge of terrain goes. From the Vets that I've spoken to and the histories that I've read, it was very common for them to develop pre-planned ambush positions by digging holes and clearing lanes of fire and then not use them for months or years.
They were also masters of intelligence. There were agents loyal to the communists at every level. Hooch maids, cooks, KPs, secretaries, high level cabinet members, and aides, but the most damaging were the friendly, smiling villagers. I seriously doubt that a single combat patrol moved from the perimeter without their strength and directions immediately being passed on to the local VC by the villagers, no matter how "pacified" the ville was.

And those are the lessons that we need to learn from our enemies.
Instead of looking for defensive positions, we need to be planning and setting up offensive positions, whether it be a full scale personnel/vehicle ambush or a sniping position where you're going to shoot and scoot.
We need to start subtly influencing people in the population that are in positions to help us, whether it be intelligence or logistics. We're going to need food, repair services, safe houses, etc. We have to have the support of the population to succeed in our Cause. Think about how much easier life would be if you had somebody that worked in your local police station that was sympathetic and passed on information about raids and such.
We need to gather intelligence on enemies now. Who's going to come kicking in your door in the middle of the night? The police, whether they be local, State or Federal.

Where is your police station? Do you even know? What times are the shift changes? Are they rotating shifts? What's the weekly schedule? Here, it's 4 days on, 4 days off with a rotating shift.
How many police officers are on the streets at any given time? Where are they concentrated? One or two men to a car? These questions are easily answered by your everyday observations and/or asking them innocently at a meet-n-greet with the local Chief of Police, a community meeting or at a neighborhood watch meeting. Use your imagination. Make a note of your findings.

Where do they park the cruisers? Is the area fenced or walled in? How's it guarded, physically or video? Blind spots? Where do the police park their privately owned vehicles while on duty? Is that area secure? Can you physically see the cars from the road? Where do they fuel their cruisers? Where are they serviced? Are repairs done in-house or are they outsourced? All this can be figured out by keeping your eyes open and walking your dog. Go home and make a note.

Your everyday movements can be used to gather intelligence that you may not think is important. When you see a patrol or undercover car, make a note of the time and location. Check and see if any patterns develop. Anytime you see anything that's unusual or may be a threat later, make a note.
Some streets are preferred for emergency vehicles for various reasons - because they're wider, or they bypass a major intersection (the street I just moved from was one for both of those reasons) or they lead right to the Dunkin Donut. Find those streets. Make a note. That'll be important later.

Everything that I mentioned in this post can be done without any more effort than keeping your eyes open, asking a few questions and making a few damned notes.

Again, I don't start fights but I also won't get whipped like a little bitch. They wanna start it, they're gonna pay for it.
- Wirecutter

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Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

Jack in the Box is now serving a Bacon Milkshake. Yes, it's real, and yes, they are hoping it will cause some sort of bacon-fueled mass hysteria, so it's "as limited as limited can be." Denny's produced a Maple Bacon Sundae for their Baconalia promotion, so it's not unheard of for a chain to add bacon to dessert, although word on the street is the Jack in the Box shake uses bacon-flavored syrup and not actual porky goodness.
The shake is part of a new campaign that asks the question: If you like bacon so much, why don't you marry it? They mean literally: the ad below features a bacon wedding that ends with the oh-so-romantic words "You may eat the bride."


- Thanks to Swamp Rat for making my day!

Just hanging around today

- Irish

Your attacker must've been fucking blind.

Big Sis is still watching you


Looks like I done hit the Big Time here with that list, especially the last part.

Boys will be boys

The detail in the decal was so small that the Vermont state trooper cleaning his patrol car had to get face to face with it to confirm that what he saw was really what he thought he saw.
The trooper, not identified by police, noticed that the one of the spots on the cow depicted on the state seal was oddly shaped.
Then it hit him: He was looking at a pig.
So he immediately reported it.
As police began looking into the matter, they learned that about 30 other police cruisers had the porcine-shaped spot on their decals too.
So how did the pig -- often used as a derogatory term for police -- get there in the first place?
As it turns out, the emblems are printed by prison inmates with the corrections department's print shop, which also makes the state's stationary and license plates.
Inmates working there seem to have pulled a prank that Vermont police are not finding very funny.
"We understand that a lot of people will find humor in this," said Stephanie Dasaro, a Vermont State Police spokeswoman. "But the joke does come at the expense of the taxpayers."
Police are still trying to figure out how many cruisers carry the modified decal. Dasaro said it would cost about $800 to replace them.
Dasaro said she found the prank "disrespectful," emphasizing that the prank is insulting to officers who serve the Green Mountain State.

Thanks, Steve, for the link.


That's almost as funny as slapping a III Percenter or a Fuck Obama sticker on the back of a cop car.

Get the fuck out of my truck, Barack.

Found this link today over at Kerodin's.

You know that “check engine” light on your dashboard? What if instead of just telling you that the car’s computer has detected some fault with the emissions control system, it told the government – via roadside readers and satellite uplinks?
All new cars builtsince the mid-1990s have OBD II – or On Board Diagnostics II. This system standardized diagnostics by specifying that every new car come equipped with an OBD port (usually located somewhere near the driver’s side kick panel, on the underside of the dashboard) into which a technician (and your state’s emissions test station) can plug a scanner that downloads stored “trouble codes.” It is these trouble codes that also trigger the yellow “check engine” malfunction indicator light on your dash.
Mostly, these codes involve problems with the emissions control system rather than the engine itself. They’re often intermittent and minor. This is why it’s possible to continue driving the car with the “check engine” light on and everything still seems ok.
And it’s why the Power That Be want OBD III.
In the words of the Specialty Equipment Manufacturer’s Association (SEMA), the vast umbrella organization representing automotive industry parts and equipment suppliers, OBD III is “A program to minimize the delay between detection of an emissions malfunction by the OBD-II system and repair of the vehicle.”
And how will that be accomplished? Rather than merely store trouble codes, OBDII will immediately transmit those trouble codes to The Man – who will then proceed to first warn you (via letter or e-mail) to have the car repaired, stepping up to more aggressive enforcement if you fail to do so in the form of “citations… court and/or DMV penalty at next registration.”
It would also be possible to send the info directly to any nearby cop, who would then pull you over immediately – saving the government some time while making some more money off motorists.
This is not sci-fi. It’s impending reality. All the technical issues have been solved. Most new cars already come with GPS systems capable of receiving and sending data. It would be a simple matter to salt the roads with scanners capable of ID’ing every car that passes by, automatically establishing a communications link with your car’s computer. This would occur continuously and constantly, too – not just every once-in-a-while. OBD III as envisioned would literally make it possible to constantly monitor and record every vehicle so equipped, from the moment it left the driveway to the moment it returned at night.
Here it is, straight from the horse’s mouth – the California Air Resources Board (CARB) which sets the trend for what inevitably becomes national when it comes to emissions rigmarole:
For the rest of the article (and plaese read it), go to Eric Peters' Auto

The Obamessiah vs Jesus Christ

- Murray

Yin and Yang

Observe and evaluate

Our local wanna-be-military deputies.
Somebody oughta explain to these clowns that woodland camo in an urban environment looks fucking stupid. If they want to play Soldier Boy, they should've joined the military.
But what I'm noticing is no face protection to speak of, no protection whatsover below the waist and so much gear and bullshit hanging off their vests that it'll be damned near impossible to move quietly or quickly.

Friday, February 03, 2012

Your Friday Funny

A Canadian and an American were hunting in Canadian woods when a Mexican runs across the field and the Canadian shoots him in the back and kills him. "You can't do that!" cried the American.
"No, no, it's legal here in Canada " replies the Canadian.
Later that night the American goes and buys some beer and puts it on the roof of his truck to open the door. Just then a Mexican runs by, grabs the beer, and runs away. The American thinks "No problem" and he shoots him in the back and kills him. As he is getting his beer the police come and arrest him.
"But I thought it was legal to shoot Mexicans here in Canada!" protests the American.
"Well yeah," says the cop, "but you can't use bait."

- AdamE

Sounds interesting

I don't watch a lot of TV, hardly any at all, but I Miss Lisa's son told me about a show he was seeing advertised called "Doomsday Preppers" on the National Geographic channel. I might have record that one.

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon......

Nice ass


Thursday, February 02, 2012

From the archives

Aw, how touching....

In 1972, Joe Miller was on holiday in Kenya after graduating from Tulsa Junior College.
On a hike through the bush, he came across a young bull elephant standing with one leg raised in the air. The elephant seemed distressed, so Joe approached it very carefully. He got down on one knee, inspected the elephants foot, and found a large piece of wood deeply embedded in it. As carefully and as gently as he could, Joe worked the wood out with his knife, after which the elephant gingerly put down its foot.
The elephant turned to Joe, and with a rather curious look on its face, stared at him for several tense moments. Joe stood frozen, thinking of nothing else but being trampled.
Eventually the elephant trumpeted loudly, turned, and walked away. Joe never forgot that elephant or the events of that day.

Thirty years later, Joe was walking through the Tulsa Zoo with his family. As they approached the elephant enclosure, one of the creatures turned and walked over to near where Joe and his family were standing. The large bull elephant stared at Joe, lifted its front foot off the ground, then put it down. The elephant did that several times then trumpeted loudly, all the while staring at the man.
Remembering the encounter in 1972, Joe could not help wondering if this was the same elephant... Joe summoned up his courage, climbed over the railing, and made his way into the enclosure. He walked right up to the elephant and stared back in wonder. The elephant trumpeted again, wrapped its trunk around one of Joe's legs and slammed him against the railing, killing him instantly.

Probably wasn't the same elephant.

He's taking this Obamessiah shit a little too seriously

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- What Would Jesus ... Deduct?President Obama offered a new line of reasoning for hiking taxes on the rich on Thursday, saying at the National Prayer Breakfast that his policy proposals are shaped by his religious beliefs.
Obama said that as a person who has been "extraordinarily blessed," he is willing to give up some of the tax breaks he enjoys because doing so makes economic, and religious sense.
"For me as a Christian, it also coincides with Jesus's teaching that for unto whom much is given, much shall be required," Obama said, quoting the Gospel of Luke.

So what does the Bible say about taxes?
Not too much. The Bible is silent on whether capital gains should be taxed at 15% or a higher rate. Ditto for other types of investment income. Payroll tax holidays are not mentioned.
"If you did a search on taxes in the Bible, you are not going to find a lot that's helpful for this discussion," said O. Wesley Allen, a Bible scholar at Lexington Theological Seminary.

Excerpted from the story found here.

Party animal

- Irish

Our new digs

Pretty good picture of CharlieGodammit, huh? I have no idea what he's looking at.

The Dining Room with some of my antique barbed wire displays. Yes, we still have pictures to hang.

More about my moving weekend later.

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

One of the mysteries of life

Miss Lisa and her son are kicking back watching Dog the Bounty Hunter and it got me to wondering how come nobody ever shoots that motherfucker?
Hey, if I had some wild-eyed dude with a mullet and dressed in black with shit hanging from every appendage and pocket* charging me, I might get nervous and accidentally shoot him dead fucking center in the nose. But nobody ever shoots Dog, even with all the wanna-be cop shit he pulls. Why not? Fuck, Beth hasn't even unloaded on him yet and you know he'd be an annoying motherfucker to live with. What the fuck?

* It occurred to me as I was proofreading that except for the mullet, I just described every cop in the Free World.

Talk about a 'Fuck The World' attitude.....

- Sammy

Straight-Up White Trash, God bless 'er

Titty-feeding her kid right in line at the Walmart.....

Thanks, Sammy

Feds use a chainsaw to gain entry - to the wrong apartment.

FITCHBURG (CBS) – It’s going to be a while before things get back to normal for Judy Sanchez and her three-year-old daughter.
Last Thursday, a team of FBI agents swarmed her apartment building as part of a massive citywide drug and weapons gang raid.
Trouble is, Sanchez lives in apartment 2R.
The suspect they were after is in 2F.
At 6:04 last Thursday morning she heard a pounding outside her second floor apartment.

“I just happened to glance over and saw this huge chainsaw ripping down the side of my door,” she explains. “And I was freaking out. I didn’t know what was going on.”
Within moments, the chainsaw had cut through most of her door, and someone on the FBI’s arrest team kicked the rest of it in.
“That’s when I heard the clicking of a gun and I heard ‘FBI, get down!’, so I laid right on down.
The rest of the story & video


A 12 gauge with buckshot trumps a chainsaw every motherfucking time.

Any port in the storm.....

I could've figured that one out, man.

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

You know she's up to something

Before you get your dicks all hard, the reason she's meeting you at the door dressed like that with her titties hanging out and a drink in her hand is because she's fixing to tell you that she's been diagnosed with clamydia and when they were testing for that she got a preggers test and she's going to have twins and no dear, Congratulations Daddy are NOT in order because you're not the daddy. The twins are bi-racial. Both of them. One is half black and the other is half Pakistani. She thinks he was Pakistani anyways. Maybe he was a Chinaman.
Oh yeah. She wrecked your truck when she swerved to try to miss your dog. Didn't do a very good job of that either, killed that poor motherfucker dead.

Help a brotha out

New poll at the top of the sidebar. I'm trying to figure out how to better serve y'all so I'm going to have a couple more and try to tailor my posting around that. I know, what a guy, right?

Are Coyotes Becoming More Aggressive?


Brian Handwerk
National Geographic News
For many people, hearing coyotes howl in the distance is a beautiful experience. But a face-to-face encounter with the predators can leave a different impression.
Scientists say these adaptable animals could be becoming more aggressive and less fearful of humans—to the detriment of both species.
Wildlife specialist Robert Timm, of the University of California's Hopland Research and Extension Center, has documented some 160 coyote attacks and dangerous incidents over the past 30 years in California alone.
"There is an increasing problem with coyotes losing their fear of humans and becoming aggressive," Timm said.
"We've seen any number of instances where they came into a fenced yard and killed a small dog or cat," he added. "And we've documented pets taken from a child's arms or off a leash when being walked."
Working with Rex Baker of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and United States Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services staff, Timm has developed a coyote-attack computer database.
The researchers are using the tool to search for patterns of precursor behavior—actions that might signal when coyotes are starting to become aggressive toward humans.
The scientists are also searching for possible solutions to what they see as a growing dilemma. In many U.S. states booming human populations and development have led to more people moving into and living in traditional coyote country.

Wolf Relative
Coyotes are smaller, more solitary relatives of wolves. Coyotes once lived exclusively in the U.S. western Plains states. Today the adaptable animals populate every U.S. state except Hawaii and range from Alaska to Central America.
The problem of human-coyote encounters does not lie with those animals that live in their traditional wilderness habitats. Rather the problem rests with those wily animals that have adapted to life in suburban and even urban environments.
Suburban patchworks of cover, such as small wooded areas and brush, combine with open areas to provide coyotes with good hunting grounds. And in some major metropolitan areas, like suburban Los Angeles, coyotes have become a problem.
California Department of Fish and Game spokesperson Lorna Bernard notes that much of the Golden State is prime habitat for the opportunistic animals.
"They are scavengers as well as hunters, and they are very smart," she said. "When they learn that people aren't a danger to them, they become very brazen."
"We've had quite a few attacks," she continued, "but people don't typically get seriously hurt."
In California there has only been one documented human death attributed a coyote attack. The incident occurred about two decades ago, when a coyote killed a young girl in Glendale.
Timm and Baker list some 35 other coyote attacks over the past three decades on small children that could have been fatal, had an adult not intervened.

Eastern Coyotes Flex Muscle
Close human-coyote encounters are not restricted to California. In New York State, wildlife biologist Gordon Batcheller studies coyotes from his post at the state's Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).
He said coyotes are "becoming habituated to humans and human environments, and adapting their behavior to ours."
From the coyotes' perspective, this human environment "is a 'subsidized environment,' meaning it provides an artificially high amount of foods with an unnatural absence of threats," Batcheller said. "These adaptable animals take quick advantage of these unnatural environments."
At Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, wildlife biologist Paul Curtis and his team are beginning a five-year study of coyote ecology and behavior, funded in part by the state's DEC.
"The goal of the project is to look at changes in both coyote and human behavior that may be leading to more conflicts and complaints," Curtis said.
New York DEC officials estimate that 20,000 to 30,000 coyotes live in the state.
Curtis describes a progression of behavior in so-called problem coyote areas. First, the generally reclusive animals are increasingly spotted in daylight hours. Next, pets begin to vanish from yards and are even snatched off leashes by coyotes.
"That's the last stage before a human attack," Curtis said. "And we're at that stage in New York now." New York wildlife officials hope to head off such conflicts before a serious attack or death occurs.
Most coyotes, even those living near humans, are seldom seen and are reclusive. But dealing with human-adjusted animals is a management challenge.
"It appears to be a learned behavior," Curtis noted. "Certain animals seem more adapted to an urban environment. They catch a few cats and say, Hey there is abundant food here."
Animal control officers are experimenting with ways to reintroduce fear of humans in coyotes that have lost it. Many states have open season on coyote hunting. But the practice is controversial and often impractical in suburban and urban areas, where most problems occur.
Other non-lethal methods, including rubber buckshot and fencing, have met with mixed results.
"If they persist in aggressive behavior, the ultimate solution would probably be to remove problem animals," Curtis said. "Nobody is happy about that."

Human Causes?
Meanwhile, Timm's data suggest that certain areas seem more predisposed to coyote-human conflicts.
"The data on pet losses in recent years is not very different in the states of Texas and California," the University of California wildlife specialist said. "Yet there have been few, if any, human attacks [by coyotes] in Texas."
No one is certain what might account for the discrepancy.
"We're speculating at this point, but something is different about southern California, and in many cases we think that intentional feeding in neighborhoods is a factor," Timm said. "It's probably more typical than we know."
"People in Texas don't have a kind of Disney attitude about animals," he added. "There may be more of that rancher mentality, where everybody recognizes that we don't want [coyotes] in the neighborhood."
Scientists stress that respect for animals, especially predators such as coyotes, means keeping them wild.
"Don't feed them, either purposely or inadvertently, and stay away from animals that show no natural fear," Batcheller, the New York wildlife biologist, cautioned. "Like other wildlife, coyotes should be enjoyed and appreciated, but from a distance. It does this species no good to encourage abnormal behaviors."
As Curtis, the Cornell wildlife biologist, noted, "Hearing [coyotes] howling in the woods at night is a wonderful thing. And that's where we want to keep them—in the woods, away from people."

Bad hair day?

Life don't get no better, kid. Go ahead and cut yourself.

A half million hits, fuckers.

500,000 hits since installing sitemeter on 6 July 2010. Not too shabby for a Knuckledragger, huh?

Ummmm, yeah.

Us ugly poor guys gotta level the playing field somehow

Ahhh, the joys of living in a liberal state with all those "free" unfunded entitlements

California will run out of cash by early March if the state does not take swift action to find $3.3 billion through payment delays and borrowing, according to a letter state Controller John Chiang sent to state lawmakers today.
The announcement is surprising since lawmakers previously believed the state had enough cash to last through the fiscal year that ends in June.
But Chiang said additional cash management solutions are needed because state tax revenues are $2.6 billion less than what Gov. Jerry Brown and state lawmakers assumed in their optimistic budget last year. Meanwhile, Chiang said, the state is spending $2.6 billion more than state leaders planned on.

Read more here:


- Irish

A national hatred of Obama? Gee, I wonder why?

“There is a real level of national hatred of the president that I hadn’t seen before, certainly not under Clinton, or under Dubya,” he said. “The hatred, the Hitler mustaches, all that stuff. I haven’t seen that before,” he insisted.
- Chris Matthews of MSNBC


Apparently Dipshit (Matthews, not Obama) forgot about all the hatred and violent rhetoric that his people focused on Bush.

Uh-oh. Now he's gone and pissed off the Catholics.

“The Obama administration has just told the Catholics of the United States, ‘To Hell with you!’ There is no other way to put it. To Hell with your religious beliefs. To Hell with your religious liberty. To Hell with your freedom of conscience.”
With unusually strong language, Bishop David Zubik of Pittsburgh alerted his flock to a new threat to the Church.
The Obama administration has directly and deliberately attacked our fundamental right to religious freedom, and in a most patronizing way. His Department of Health and Human Services has mandated that contraceptives and abortion inducing drugs be part of every health care plan, free of charge. With this decision, Catholics and Catholic institutions such as hospitals, universities and social agencies will be forced to pay for and provide contraception, sterilization and abortifacient drugs.

Another wanna-be cop

Ranger zaps off-leash dog walker with shock weapon
A Montara man walking two lapdogs off leash was hit with an electric-shock gun by a National Park Service ranger after allegedly giving a false name and trying to walk away, authorities said Monday.
The park ranger encountered Gary Hesterberg with his two small dogs Sunday afternoon at Rancho Corral de Tierra, which was recently incorporated into the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, said Howard Levitt, a spokesman for the park service.
Hesterberg, who said he didn't have identification with him, allegedly gave the ranger a false name, Levitt said.
The ranger, who wasn't identified, asked Hesterberg to remain at the scene, Levitt said. He tried several times to leave, and finally the ranger "pursued him a little bit and she did deploy her" electric-shock weapon, Levitt said. "That did stop him."
San Mateo County sheriff's deputies and paramedics then arrived and Hesterberg gave his real name, the park spokesman said.
Hesterberg, whose age was not available, was arrested on suspicion of failing to obey a lawful order, having dogs off-leash and knowingly providing false information, Levitt said.
He was then released. He did not return a phone call seeking comment.
Witnesses said the use of a stun gun and the arrest seemed excessive for someone walking two small dogs off leash.
"It was really scary," said Michelle Babcock, who said she had seen the incident as she and her husband were walking their two border collies. "I just felt so bad for him."
Babcock said Hesterberg had repeatedly asked the ranger why he was being detained. She didn't answer him, Babcock said.
"He just tried to walk away. She never gave him a reason," Babcock said.
The ranger shot Hesterberg in the back with her shock weapon as he walked off, Babcock said.
"We were like in disbelief," she said. "It didn't make any sense."
Rancho Corral de Tierra has long been an off-leash walking spot for local dog owners. In December, the area became part of the national park system, which requires that all dogs be on a leash, Levitt said.
The ranger was trying to educate residents of the rule, Levitt said.
The park service is investigating the incident, he said.


Looks like somebody wasn't good enough to be a real cop, but somebody forgot to tell her about reasonable force which in this case should've been none. A stun gun for walking his small dogs that weren't causing any problems? Too bad CharlieGodammit wasn't there.
And why in the fuck didn't he flatten her? There were witnesses that would've sided with him and I guarentee the ranger would've learned her lesson.

Monday, January 30, 2012

A readers' AK and his 45

Was readin some of your posts from about a year or so back. You said somethin bout wantin to get an assault type rifle someday. I wanted to get one a few years back too. Got to talkin with some of my Marine buddys on what to get. One of em said, "Honestly? Don't get an AR. They're good when they're good, but damn expensive and really tempermental. The damn things jam just when ya seriously need them, and ya gotta clean the bitch ALL the time. In Iraq, the first thing we'd do was pick up a good AK-47 and all the ammo we could find, layin everywhere, and keep it as a backup for WHEN the AR failed, or we were out of Ammo."
I couldn't believe my ears!

Anyway, I went and got myself a 1976 New, Romey AK-47 for 4 hundred bucks. Put a Nikon 3-9 power Scope on it for $125. Few of the guys at my Range with AR's turned their nose up at me, and made some smartassd remarks about bein a commie puke.  All in fun. They sure shut the hell up with I brought back my Target from the 125 yard post. This was shot sittin down, just holdin the gun. No rest, tripod or nothin. I've since zeroed it in even tighter, to about a 3.5" Group, shootin from a sandbag. The Ammo is cheap as shit from Sportsman Guide. Somethin like 1000 rounds for like....$240. Anyway, just thought I'd show ya mine.  The .45 is my daily carry piece. It's a Para Ordanance LDA Carry. Have a good weekend.

Cutting out the middle man

Who thinks this crap up?

Goes to show he really hasn't got a clue

During his Google+ hangout Pres. Obama tells a woman that her husband shouldn't be unemployed from the growth he has seen in the economy. Obama said he finds it "interesting" because he is getting "the word" that someone in her husband's job field "should be able to find something right away."
Obama offered to do something if she would just send him her husband's resume.

The woman wants to know why Obama is extending visas for foreigners when there is tons of demand for American jobs by Americans.
"I don't know what your husband's speciality [is], but I can tell you that there is a huge demand around the country for engineers," Obama told the woman.
"I understand that," she responded. "But how am -- given the list that you're getting, I mean we're not getting that. You said in the State of the Union address for business leaders to ask what can they do to bring jobs back to America.
During the back and forth between Obama and the wife of an unemployed engineer, Obama asked for his resume.
"Can I ask you what kind of engineer your husband is?," Obama said to the wife of the unemployed engineer.
"He's a semiconductor engineer," she responded.
"It is interesting to me -- and I meant what I said if your send me your husband's resume, I'd be interested in finding out exactly what's happening right there because the word that we're getting is that somebody in that type of high-tech field, that kind of engineer, should be able to find something right away."

Boys and their toys

Thanks for the link, Pat.

The Bullshitometer just pegged out

(USA Today) — First lady Michelle Obama says it will likely be a quiet Super Bowl at the White House this year, probably featuring President Obama’s favorite football snack: Nachos.
“Super Bowl food — you know nachos are always good,” Mrs. Obama told talk show host Rachael Ray, as long as “it’s fresh tomato sauce and you get it on sort of a good quality tortilla.”
The first lady agreed with the Ray, also a host on the Food Network, that nachos can be made in a healthy way.
“Yeah you can do it,” Mrs. Obama said. “You can do it. Yeah I love nachos and the president loves avocado — that’s his favorite snack food, a chip dipped in some guac.”
The Rachael Ray interview of Mrs. Obama airs Wednesday. [...]
Mrs. Obama also said she has “the best job on the planet,” but sometimes she misses the little things like shopping at Target.
“I have this wonderful platform that we can shine the light on so many important issues and galvanize the country in ways that I would never be able to do if I wasn’t first lady. … But there are definitely times when you want to make one run to your kid’s soccer game without a motorcade. You know? So you begin to value anonymity and you lose that, but it’s a small price to pay for being able to serve the country you love.”


First off, what the hell is a good quality tortilla? We're talking a fucking tortilla here, lady, not some kind of fancy bread. A tortilla is lard, water, and flour or mesa, maybe a little bit of baking powder thrown in for grins. Fuck, I've made them when I was hunting and cooked them on a flat rock and they were better than any store-bought 'tillas. Good quality tortillas my ass. Shut the fuck up.

And the Country you love? Are you fucking kidding me? Hell, you weren't even proud of it until your boy (whoops, should've put up the racist alert for that one) managed to talk his way into the presidency, remember? Or did you "mis-speak"?

Cupcakes for Irish

Everybody just needs to calm the fuck down

I'm back - got moved, internet's back up and as soon as I catch up on some MSM smut I'll start posting.