Saturday, May 05, 2012

A gynecologist that takes pride in his work

Gotta love a slut, you know?

Well shit, I goofed. Happens all the time......

Hey, in case anybody got the wrong idea about my post HERE, The first picture is a screen shot of my latest visit from the feds and then there's the III Percent graphic below it with the words Go Get Fucked above it.
With the font that I used, it looks like a separate post and I'm telling the III to go get fucked. That's not the case - I was telling the State Department as a III Percenter to go get fucked.

Thanks to Sam for bringing my attention to it. Like I replied to him, I'm with this shit until the day the Feds shoot my ass. I ain't giving it up.

Throw this stick. Now.

And Congress didn't see this coming?

71 Percent of Top Companies Could Drop Insurance Under Obamacare

( – A report from the House Ways and Means Committee finds that 71 of the nation’s top 100 companies would find it far more economical to drop their health care plans and simply pay the penalty for not complying with the Obamacare employer insurance mandate.
The report, published May 1, surveyed 71 of the 100 companies in the Fortune 100 list of large corporations and finds that all of them would save considerable amounts of money by dropping their health care coverage instead of complying with the Obamacare insurance mandate.
“According to data provided by the 71 Fortune 100 companies that responded to the inquiry, they could save a total of $28.6 billion in 2014 alone if they stopped offering health insurance to their U.S. employees and instead paid the employer mandate penalty for not doing so,” the report said.


In spite of Obama's numerous claims that "that we could keep our current health care plans" I knew this shit was going to happen.
When you offer Big Business a cheaper alternative (in this case paying the penalty) to something, they're going to take it. That's how they became big and how they stay big - by making decisions that can save them money.
I don't work for a Fortune 500 company but I can damned sure bet you that my health benefits are going to go out the window when our contract is up.

DHS preparing for war?

In a riveting interview on TruNews Radio, Wednesday, private investigator Doug Hagmann said high-level, reliable sources told him the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is preparing for “massive civil war” in America.
“Folks, we’re getting ready for one massive economic collapse,” Hagmann told TruNews host Rick Wiles.
“We have problems . . . The federal government is preparing for civil uprising,” he added, “so every time you hear about troop movements, every time you hear about movements of military equipment, the militarization of the police, the buying of the ammunition, all of this is . . . they (DHS) are preparing for a massive uprising.”
Hagmann goes on to say that his sources tell him the concerns of the DHS stem from a collapse of the U.S. dollar and the hyperinflation a collapse in the value of the world’s primary reserve currency implies to a nation of 311 million Americans, who, for the significant portion of the population, is armed.
Thanks to David for the link.

Friday, May 04, 2012

Grannies gone bad

It's a dog's life

Stop! You're scaring me!!!


Straight-up White Trash, God bless 'em

Get that fucking camera out of my face

An observation

Well, as Woody pointed out, Swamprat's letter got a lot of attention judging by the comments.

It went about as I expected. Half of the comments seemed to favor my view and about half opposed it. I gotta tell you though, the folks that agreed with me seemed to state their point with more conviction. I do appreciate y'all being civil to me and each other as well. Sonofabitch, I think we've all finally grown up.....

We all have our views and I can understand your arguments. Really, I can and I'm not condemning anybody for them. But I have to stand by my beliefs, man. Upbringing and all that good shit. Maybe stubborness, I don't know.
I will study the different candidates and partys and if there's one that I can truly support, I'll vote for him or her. It's the American Way. Freedom of choice, right?
Last election I voted Libertarian.

She's finally catching on

Lisa's sister is moving into a house closer to us and Lisa was over there tonight, coming back talking about the in-ground pool they have, then saying that we were welcome over any time to swim.
"Nah, that ain't happening. I don't swim unless I fall out of the boat."
"You don't like to swim? How come?"
"Water is only good for 3 things: Fishing, drinking and wading in to lose the bloodhounds."
"You are so fucking weird."

From the author of 'I'm Tired'

Thanks for posting my essay, “I’m Tired,” which I wrote in February of 2009. I am not, however, either Bill Crosby, as some versions were edited to claim, nor the actor, Robert D. Hall. As this went around the net, someone assumed there could only be one Robert Hall in the world and added his picture and info. In addition, some versions were edited by people with a shallow grasp of ethics, as they edited items. For example, I’m only 66. I have pulmonary fibrosis, an eventually-terminal illness that kills as many, maybe more than breast cancer, so I am unlikely to see 76! If you found it of interest, you may be interested in the almost-daily Political Digest I post on my Old Jarhead blog: If you wish to comment on or read the original post of “I’m Tired” or other essays I’ve written, you can find them linked here: Lastly, you may be interested in my book: The Coming Collapse of the American Republic: And what you can do to prevent it All royalties go to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund to help wounded vets. Please feel free to forward and post where possible.
 ~Bob Hall

Togetherness may ass. I ain't going in there.


Thursday, May 03, 2012

From my buddy Swamprat

Ken, I saw you wrote awhile back on your Blog, that you just can't vote for Romney.
[See the post he's referring to HERE]
I just gotta ask ya man, Are you Serious?

I'm not happy with the mother fucker, but god damn man....ANY Fuckin THING is better than this marxist cocksucker that is in there now.
Standin on your principals is one thing. But not to the extent of Loosing the Republic hands down if this bastard is elected again.

If this bastard gets elected to 4 more years, our country is history. He will nominate at lease 2-3 Supreme court justices and the Supreme Court will go Left for the next 20 years.

Seriously man, a "protest vote" or no vote at all, will give America, obama for 4 more years, and the definate distruction of the Democratic Republic of America.

Just think about it man.
My wife did a protest vote...years ago. Voted for Ross Perot. I liked the guy too, but Logic, would not let me vote for him. Her vote was only 1 of the 18% that voted for him,... that got Bill Clinton elected for 8 years. She learned her lesson.

Unfortunately, there is NOT a viable 3rd Party in America. Read that again.
So, the bottom line is,... any "Protest" vote, because you're not happy with Romney, is a vote FOR obama for 4 more years, and the continuation of his "Exectuive orders" and "Czars", and circumnavigating the Constitution of the United States of America.

There's a time to "Stand your Ground". AND...there's a time for common sense. Romney might not be completely "compatible" with the political opinions of you and me.

But God Damnit man, a vote any other way, is a vote for obama. And our country is truly lost.

I'd like ya to post this on your Blog. If ya think it's an interesting enough comment.

I'd like to see the comments from your posters.

If not. "It's all good".
I was basically talkin to you, and what ya posted, about why ya couldn't vote for romney...which will be a vote for obama.

BTW...I'm workin on a new Graphic for ya, for your header. STILL don't understand why that mother fucker can't be Full Screen!


Swamprat is the guy that designed my header for the blog.
We get along pretty good, good enough that we can disagree about something, tell each other to fuck off and nobody gets butt-hurt.


Okay, now to answer your question:
Yup, I was dead serious and my points are pretty clear as to why. It's not a protest vote, Bro. It's a Principle Vote. I demand a return to a Constitutional Government, nothing more, nothing less. Romney has no intention of reinstating our political system as it was designed after much thought, effort and consideration by our Founding Fathers.

I cannot in good conscience berate our current politicians and advocate for a return to a Constitutional Government day after day and then vote for any candidate that doesn't share my beliefs and thoughts.

I do intend to vote as is my duty and if there is a federal office to be filled, the President of The United States included, who does not have a candidate that meets my expectations, I will vote for nobody.

State and local offices are a different matter. These are politicians whose policies directly impact my life. I vote for every office, measure, bond issue, everything. And strangely enough, I don't pay a whole lot of attention to the political party.

One of my favorite politicians was a blue dog democrat named Gary Condit. Some of you probably only knew him as the congressman that was involved with Chandra Levy, the intern who went missing but was later found to have been murdered. I remember him as a man that made things happen and wouldn't bow to his own party's pressures if it was bad for his constituents.
I should probably add that I'm biased - the Condit's are local, everybody in Ceres knows the family and knew Gary as a kid. His parents came out to California from the Dust Bowl about the same time as my grandparents did - hell, Gary's daddy preached my Granddad's funeral a couple years ago.
But now I'm hearing that Gary's son Chad is running for Congress (I think) under the Independent label. I'll be following him real close to see how he is.

Man, they get pissed when somebody tears their shit up!

How's it feel, motherfuckers? Think about that next time you're protesting and damaging somebody else's property.

I'm thinking it's time for another blast of botox

Wonder if I was one of them......

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department made 1,745 requests to a secret court for authority to wiretap or search for evidence in terrorism and espionage investigations last year.
That's according to an April 30 letter from the department to the Senate that was first reported Thursday by the Federation of American Scientists.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which meets in secret to hear classified evidence from government attorneys, did not reject any of the requests, though judges did require modifications to 30 requests.
It was an increase over 2010, when the department made 1,579 requests.
The FBI also made 16,511 national security letter requests for information regarding 7,201 people last year. The letters allow officials to collect virtually unlimited kinds of sensitive, private information like financial and phone records.
That is down from 2010, when 24,287 requests for information regarding 14,212 people were made.

TCB cars

It was suggested to me a while back that some of my articles and postings should have disclaimers. Okay, if you insist.

Disclaimer: No Asians were harmed during the writing of this post.

I’ve got a little bit of experience of using TCB cars from my younger years and thought I’d pass on some tips that I feel helped to keep me from ever getting busted. Granted, times change, especially with GPS, but I’d like to think these pointers kept me from ever getting arrested for about 10 years of living wild.
By the way, they need a warrant to put GPS on you. They can tail you just because.
Some of this stuff is so obvious that it doesn’t really need to even be said but you’d be surprised at the idiots that overlook them and end up getting nailed.
One thing I need to say is don’t use a stolen car. You have something to accomplish and you don’t need the authorities looking for you before you even get started. Besides, it's not nice to steal.

Your Taking Care of Business car should be completely unremarkable. It needs to not be noticed for obvious reasons - you’re taking care of business and you don’t want people to remember you being in the area. Something 4 or 5 years old, in good mechanical shape with a clean body and good paint and no cracks in the windshield. No bumper or window stickers (says the man with a F*ck Obama sticker on his tailgate) and for God’s sake, no personalized license plates. No loud exhaust. If you require a pickup, a truck that’s commonly used as fleet vehicles would be perfect, like a white Ford Ranger or F-150. You definitely want to stay away from lifted trucks or lowered cars. Keep your music low enough to where it doesn’t attract attention. Blend in. Don’t be noticed and don’t get pulled over getting there.

Obviously, it helps to match the vehicle to the environment - A pickup with a load of hay in the back might look perfectly normal in Denair California but it’s gonna draw attention in Manhattan.

Before leaving for whatever you may be doing, do a walk-around and look for anything that doesn’t look right. Make sure you have both license plates and they’re securely fastened. Look for small punctures in your tail lights, mud on the back of the car, anything that might make it stand out to somebody that’s tailing you.

Make sure you are completely legal. Make sure you have your license, registration and proof of insurance up to date. Check every one of your vehicles’ lights - turn signals, brakes, headlights, backup and most importantly the license plate light. Check your tires - make sure they’re in good shape not only to keep you from getting pulled over for bald tires but because you might have to put them to hard use if things don’t go according to plan.

Leave your regular cell phone at home. Buy a cheap pre-paid phone for your trip. Don’t program any numbers into it in case you have to get rid of it.

Make sure you have a full tank of gas. Never start anything with less than a full tank of gas. Every gas station in the country has security cameras and you’re trying to stay unnoticed and as untraceable as you possibly can. If you’re traveling and need to refuel, hit the stations right off the interstate where they see thousands of people every day and pay cash. Never use a debit card when taking care of business. It’s hard to say later on that you weren’t there when they have your financial information in front of them saying you were along with a picture of you using your debit card.

Plan your route and stops with a couple of alternate routes. If it’s local, drive it (using a different car) at about the same time that your plan calls for and check it out. Look for one way streets, cul-de-sacs and parking lots. Go to Google Earth and look at the overall view. Check the local paper and see if there’s any road construction scheduled.

If transporting large items do your load-out under cover or in a garage. I think that with the recent developments with drones overflying our Nation nowadays, it would be prudent to do it under trees if possible even when behind fences if your doing it outside. Be aware of buildings surrounding you that might have a surveillance team or even an innocent onlooker that’ll report you to the police for suspicious activities. Do a quick check under your car for anything out of the ordinary like little black boxes. Be especially careful along your frame, under your wheel wells, bumpers and around your spare if it’s under the car, anyplace that’s easily accessible to plant these devices. Recent Supreme Court rulings state that a warrant is needed for that, so if you find one you’ve already got major problems. Cancel the job.

Before getting underway, check the inside of your vehicle, making sure that anything that shouldn’t be seen can’t be seen. Keep all weapons out of sight, even in a state where it’s legal to do so. If traveling any distance, make sure you have enough food and water to last until your next fuel stop. Stay away from diuretics such as coffee and soda - you want to keep your stops down to fuel stops only.

It goes without saying that if at all possible, there should be two people in the car. The extra eyes come in handy, especially when you’re in unfamiliar territory. Just make sure he knows he's not there because you enjoy his company.

Once you get started, just use common sense and obey all the traffic laws - signal when changing lanes, don’t blow through red lights, make sure you come to a complete stop at stop signs, stuff like that. Be courteous, yield the right of way and do not get into any pissing contests with another driver over anything. Don’t drive any faster than 5 mph over the posted or suggested speed limit. Turn your headlights on and stay off the cell phone you were supposed to leave behind. Slow down for chickens crossing the road instead of turning them into a cloud of feathers. Do not consume any alcohol or drugs at all from start to finish. The victory drink comes after your safe return home.

Stay alert to your surroundings at all times. Always keep a running tab on vehicles and their occupants around you. It’s not that hard with a little practice and even after 20 years of being good I still find myself doing it. Your assistant driver should be doing the same thing and communicating with you. Watch for cars that are hanging way back, cars that disappear and reappear after extended periods of time and realize that the Law will not have just one or two cars tailing you, they’ll have a whole series of them. They’ll be drifting alongside of you, ahead of you, and way back, working in twos or threes. Remember that tail light that you were supposed to check for small punctures? It’ll stand out like a sore thumb hundreds of yards away at night every time you tap your brakes. That’s why it was put there.

Assuming you don’t think you’ve picked up a tail en route, it seems like you should just proceed normally to your drop, right? No. Before you get close to your drop, turn into a shallow residential cul-de-sac that you should’ve located via Google Earth or city map. As you turn in, have your assistant driver keep a close eye on the road behind you and watch what vehicles go past. If one turns in behind you, get out of the vehicle, go up and knock on a door and give the homeowner a line of bull, apologize and leave. If whoever followed you into the cul-de-sac hasn’t gone into a house, assume at that point you’ve been burned.
If nobody follows you in, check the vehicles in driveways or on the street and compare them to ones that drove past the cul-de-sac. Use common sense and your best judgment.
Use anyplace that you have to be followed into to your advantage - parking lots especially, the smaller the better.

Once you’ve accomplished what you set out to do, there’s a natural tendency to relax. Stay vigilant, fuel your vehicle if needed and go home, keeping an eye out for the ever-threatening tail. You don’t have to actually be caught doing something for a conspiracy charge and if you’re seen coming or going to the event it’s going to be hard to argue you had nothing to do with it.

As far losing a tail, you’re going to have to find that out from somebody else. I’ve never had to put my contingency plans to use so I can’t give you first hand reports on their effectiveness.

Okay, it's my hope that you (or me) never have to put this to use but it never hurts to learn something new every now and again.

Any port in the storm

He thinks diamonds are forever?

She ain't never gonna forget this.

Straight-up White Trash God bless 'er


Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

Bacon wrapped meatloaf. Damn.
Michigan Doug is a very lucky man.

Gotta be California (again)

At first I was relieved when I noticed that the crowd is most assuredly European, then I remembered that San Francisco has a huge amount of European tourists. Oh well.

Good ol' friendly fire

San Francisco occupier nails one of his buddies in the head with a brick. Stupid fucker doesn't even see it coming.
The future of our Nation.....

And here's a close-up of the pitcher:

I gotta get some of his camouflage!

Deb from way the fuck up in Maine sent this in.

Coyote lunges for turkey on opening day, bites a hunter instead

MACHIAS, Maine — Opening day of turkey season turned out to be a bit more than Bill Robinson had in mind Monday when he set out his decoy at dawn’s first light.
“I’ll never forget looking up and seeing a jaw full of teeth coming at me,” Robinson said Tuesday, the day after being attacked and bitten on the right arm by a coyote. The wild canine sprang while the Maine Guide was hunkered down in the brush, using a mouth-call to lure a turkey into the open while hunting on private property near the Washington County community of Cooper.
“I had placed my turkey decoy in a field in front of me and then positioned myself in some cover,” said Robinson, 39, who lives in Edmunds Township, near Dennysville. “It was about 10 minutes after dawn, and right beside me was a short, thick spruce tree that had grown so thick you couldn’t see through it. That coyote came up the edge of the field and was one side of that tree, with me on the other.
“The distance involved was only about four feet,” Robinson said. “But that tree was so thick that he couldn’t see me, and I couldn’t see him. He was determined to have turkey for breakfast and was also determined that the sound he heard was a hen turkey.”
Robinson said the coyote “came in high,” a hunting maneuver designed to ensure his feathered prey couldn’t fly off.
“When he bit down on my upper arm, he went through four layers — a heavy jacket, a sweatshirt, a long-sleeve shirt and a T-shirt,” he said. “As I peeled off each layer there were two holes in each one. When I got to my arm, it was just burning and bleeding out of two holes.”
Once the coyote realized it had jumped a human, not a hen, it sprinted away.
“It turned and ran 100 miles an hour across that field,” Robinson said. “It was as shocked and surprised to see me, as I was to see it. I took a shot at it, but it was too far off by then. I turned it around for a second when I hit him in the haunch with a few pellets from my turkey load, just to say goodbye.”
Robinson packed up and headed to the nearby home of a friend, Joe Gardner, who is a district game warden. Gardner examined and took pictures of the wound before counseling Robinson to seek medical attention at the Down East Community Hospital in Machias, where he began a two-week regimen of precautionary rabies vaccine injections.
Robinson was given seven shots Monday, four in his right arm, where he was bitten, and three in his left. There are, he said, many more shots in his near future.
“I walked into that hospital with one sore arm and left with two,” he said Tuesday. “But I don’t blame the coyote. It was doing what coyotes do, hunting. My guess is that coyote was perfectly healthy and was not rabid. He was big, probably 50 pounds. I’m just glad it didn’t grab my neck.”
So is Gardner, who has been friends with Robinson since they were boys.
“That was a first-time event for me,” said Gardner, who patrols the Pembroke area. “I’ve heard people tell stories about coyotes coming into an area where they are calling turkeys, but then running off when they realize what they’re hearing are hunters, not turkeys. I told Bill that he must be really good at calling turkeys.”
A Maine Guide for eight years, Robinson said he’ll be turkey hunting again soon.
“I’ll be a little more prepared next time, in terms of not positioning myself where there’s a blind spot,” he said. “It was a freak thing. And an unforgettable thing.”


And when I'm calling coyotes I keep an eye out for mountain lions looking for an easy meal. I could handle being coyote-bit, but being lion-bit might take a little more time to heal taking away from valuable hunting and fishing time.
When I was checking the story I saw there was a poll on the page: "Have you ever seen a coyote?" I clicked my answer and checked the results when it refreshed.

778 said yes and 82 said no.
Folks, coyotes are not native to Maine. Supposedly, when Columbus hit the New World, coyotes were pretty much limited between the Rockies and the Sierras. Now they're found in 48 of the 50 states, despite widespread efforts to wipe them out. Shit, not only did they survive but they expanded their territory!

It's WTF Wednesday!!!!!

No, this is NOT going to be a regular feature, I just needed a snappy title for this post and it's only 4 AM and that was the best I could come up with before my 2nd cup of coffee. Deal with it.

Why I never go to the beach

Breakfast of Champions

- Phil

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Wayne "The Train" Hancock

Happy 47th birthday to ya, Wayne. Keep cranking out that Outlaw Country, man.

Don't fuck with the radio station!!!

That's one of my pet peeves - somebody fucking with the stereo in my truck. I'll backhand somebody  over that. Well, maybe not the first time unless I already wanted to backhand him before he fucked up with the stereo. You get the picture.

"He's telling the truth. He's a Jew."

Another liberal city overrun

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Residents in the western hills of suburban Austin are losing their pets to roving coyote packs.
Homeowners in the posh suburb of West Lake Hills met with their city council last week to appeal for deliverance from the terror.
Shelli Nickerson tells KXAN-TV ( of Austin that her neighbors have lost their pets. She said one neighbor went out to the mailbox with his cat, "and a coyote actually ran up and mauled the cat.''
Ted Dietz says he went to his front yard to pick up his newspaper and found two coyotes killing his cat before he could chase them off.
West Lake Hills largely consists of large, heavily wooded lots. Its council has hired Travis County Animal Control to begin coyote trapping next month.
Predator Xtreme


Doesn't Austin have a huge population of college kids, liberals and other undesirables? That explains why they've got coyotes munching on Mittens.
Maybe they should go out and try to hug those coyotes, maybe attempt to commune with them and try to understand them instead.
Yeah, that'll work.
Have you noticed that you don't hear as much about this shit around smaller towns where coyotes are more prevelant? Probably for the same reason you don't see OWS around small towns - we shoot vermin.

I think I need to let Brian vent.

Fuck Obama. Fuck him and the socialist horse he rode in on, Fuck Mittens, Fuck the grasper he is.
Where the fuck are the AMERICANS running for Office, Fuck them all, Fuckity fuck fuck fuck.
That is all
Have a Good day
Brian In Florida

Garden Report

At the ripe old age of 52 I have accepted the fact that while I'm pretty good at some things, I excel at none. Some things I'm so-so at and some things I fuck up so badly, I won't even attempt them again. Sometimes I fuck things up so badly I run away and blame them on somebody else.

I'm a pretty decent handgun shot, a fair rifle shot, a good reloader, a pretty damned good fisherman and the best husband I can be although my ex would probably argue with me on that. That's about it as far as shit that I'm pretty good at, but it's all important stuff.

Stuff that I'm just average at is handyman stuff (although Lisa would probably rate that as "Really Sucks"), cooking, cleaning, coyote hunting, stringing a barbed wire fence, and being patient with the general public.

Shit that I fuck up? I could go on and on but I'll give you just a few examples.
Anything mechanical - it is cheaper and quicker to put my vehicle in the shop right away than it is to thoroughly fuck it up and still have to put it in the shop to repair what I fucked up along with the original repairs. 
Getting lost - I can get lost faster than anybody I know. And not only that, I can fucking stay lost, thwarting all efforts by searchers to find me.
Pie crusts - I never have been able to make a pie crust from scratch. My retarded grandson can make a pie crust. Not me.
Training a dog - it's hard to train something that's smarter than me and has nothing better to do than out-wait me.

And now I'm adding gardening to the list of shit I suck at.

Just a quick recap: I had never started a garden from scratch, I had always work with an existing garden site - ground already broke, weeds under control. When we moved here I saw an area that had been used as a garden a few years before but was overgrown with weeds, so I sprayed the fuck out of it with Round-up, poisoning all those little weeds as well as our environment. Then I went in and pulled them all out a few weeks later, then spaded the ground up and built up the garden.
Then a few days later we got a string of 80+ degree days and I figured, "Well hell, Farmer Kenny. Let's get to plantin'" so I did and began anxiously awaiting my bountiful harvest so I could feed myself and impress all my family and friends with my harmonious relationship with nature.
All good so far, right?
Uh-uh. See, what I forgot about when I pulled those weeds was all the motherfucking weed seeds that were already in the dirt that was now formed into furrows and rows in my garden that exploded and choked most of my shit out. What's bad was that had I covered the ground with black plastic bags when it was real warm, it would've killed all those weed seeds from the heat. Then I could've planted and not have near the problems that I'm having now.
I don't know what kind of weeds these are but they're little bitty fuckers with 2 leaves and a red stem and they come up in a fucking carpet almost overnight. They started growing almost right away and even though I was pulling them on a daily basis, they kept coming up. I must've weeded one row 15 times and have yet to see something I planted there.
Then after a couple of weeks I realized that I was probably pulling seedlings along with weeds, so I stopped weeding for a few days until I could easily spot the seedlings. That was a fucking mistake. The weeds took advantage of my generosity and exploded.
The only thing that ain't taking no shit from any weeds are the radishes. One month from planting to harvest and they outgrow the weeds and choke them out. Maybe I oughta go with a straight radish crop this year.
One of my options is to pull my radishes when they're ripe and go ahead and cover the garden for a couple of weeks and bake the seeds before they germinate but that would kill the other plants that did actually sprout. That and I've got so much fucking time invested in pulling weeds that it's starting to turn into a pissing contest between me and them and I ain't ready to quit fighting yet.

CharlieGodammit took care of the cucumbers, squash and melons that I planted. That dog cannot stand to see a mound in his territory and flattens them every chance he gets. Actually, I think he thinks it's a gopher mound and the reason I think that is because I bought some starters to replace the ones he destroyed and they're still there, at least last time I checked they were. As long as there's a plant on top of it, he'll leave it alone. So far. Of course once we start getting melons and cukes it may open a whole new can of worms with him - probably start shitting on top of our ripe melons and using the cukes for..... I don't even wanna go there.

Then there's the bugs, specifically the ants.
I am not an advocate of organic farming or any of that hippie shit. I don't have the money to spend on organic foods and I'm too lazy to do the work necessary without pesticides and other God-given gifts.
My problem is money. I know I need to buy these things but I didn't think I needed them right then and I didn't have the money to spend on something that wasn't pressing at the moment.
I should've asked some blue haired old lady buying her squash and eggplant.
I had a row of bush beans planted and I noticed that I had 3 sprouts right in the middle of the row. Now I realize that shit ain't gonna be popping up all at once, but after another week I still only had three fucking plants and I was starting to wonder what was up. I started checking it out and I was seeing bean hulls on top of the row but no sprouts. And then I realized that I had a shitload of ants running back and forth on the row and they were all carrying green stuff back to their anthill about 10 feet away in that rotten stump. That was MY green shit they were carrying. I couldn't fucking believe it: Here I am with about a million radishes, 4 onions, a half dozen carrots, 1 fucking okra plant and 3 bean plants and they're running over 10 feet of tender succulent weeds to eat my food?
Oh, HELL NO......
I went into the garage and found a bunch of old half full bottles of insecticide, about 20 years or more old, shit that had deteriro degraded so bad that a toxic disposal site would probably refuse it and I'd get arrested transporting it and mixed it all together. Fuck diluting it, these motherfuckers done pissed me off. Then I put on my facemask and some felony gloves and attacked that stump. After I was done and was standing upwind, I saw that stump all soaked and glistening and toxic surrounded by ant corpses. What a beautiful sight.

The rest of the garden is stuff that any dummy with a garden hose can grow so I'm not including this in things I Suck At.
My tomatoes are big and in full bloom, even getting a few baby 'maters on them. I do need to go down and get some dust for them to keep the aphids and tomato worms off.
Squash and cucumbers and melons are not growing but they ain't dying either. That's a victory in it's own self as far as I'm concerned.

So yeah, I'm gonna add gardening to the list of shit I suck at. But you know what? I'm fine with that. I know that I can grow my own food if I needed to but I also feel just a little more comfortable going down to the supermarket to buy or supplement my vegetables and thanking Jesus and Juan for the sweat of their labor.
I knew this fucking picture would come in handy sometime. Now I can finally delete it.

Robert A. Hall: I'm 76 and tired

I'm 76. Except for brief period in the 50's when I was doing my National Service, I've worked hard since I was 17. Except for some some serious health challenges, I put in 50-hour weeks, and didn't call in sick in nearly 40 years. I made a reasonable salary, but I didn't inherit my job or my income, and I worked to get where I am. Given the economy, it looks as though retirement was a bad idea, and I'm tired. Very tired.

I'm tired of being told that I have to "spread the wealth" to people who don't have my work ethic. I'm tired of being told the government will take the money I earned, by force if necessary, and give it to people too lazy to earn it.

I'm tired of being told that Islam is a "Religion of Peace," when every day I can read dozens of stories of Muslim men killing their sisters, wives and daughters for their family "honor"; of Muslims rioting over some slight offense; of Muslims murdering Christian and Jews because they aren't "believers"; of Muslims burning schools for girls; of Muslims stoning teenage rape victims to death for "adultery"; of Muslims mutilating the genitals of little girls; all in the name of Allah, because the Qur'an and Shari'a law tells them to.

I'm tired of being told that out of "tolerance for other cultures" we must let Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries use our oil money to fund mosques and madrassa Islamic schools to preach hate in Australia, New Zealand, UK, America and Canada , while no one from these countries are allowed to
fund a church, synagogue or religious school in Saudi Arabia or any other Arab country to teach love and tolerance..

I'm tired of being told I must lower my living standard to fight global warming, which no one is allowed to debate.

I'm tired of being told that drug addicts have a disease, and I must help support and treat them, and pay for the damage they do. Did a giant germ rush out of a dark alley, grab them, and stuff white powder up their noses or stick a needle in their arm while they tried to fight it off?

I'm tired of hearing wealthy athletes, entertainers and politicians of all parties talking about innocent mistakes, stupid mistakes or youthful mistakes, when we all know they think their only mistake was getting caught. I'm tired of people with a sense of entitlement, rich or poor.

I'm really tired of people who don't take responsibility for their lives and actions. I'm tired of hearing them blame the government, or discrimination or big-whatever for their problems.

I'm also tired and fed up with seeing young men and women in their teens and early 20's be-deck them selves in tattoos and face studs, thereby making themselves un-employable and claiming money from the Government.

Yes, I'm damn tired. But I'm also glad to be 76.. Because, mostly, I'm not going to have to see the world these people are making. I'm just sorry for my granddaughter and her children. Thank God I'm on the way out and not on the way in.



This was originally submitted to me as being by Bill Cosby but Irish sent me a LINK HERE crediting it Mr. Hall.
So basically I have no fucking idea at all who said it.

Forward, Comrades!

The Obama campaign apparently didn't look backwards into history when selecting its new campaign slogan, "Forward" — a word with a long and rich association with European Marxism.
Many Communist and radical publications and entities throughout the 19th and 20th centuries had the name "Forward!" or its foreign cognates. Wikipedia has an entire section called "Forward (generic name of socialist publications)."
"The name Forward carries a special meaning in socialist political terminology. It has been frequently used as a name for socialist, communist and other left-wing newspapers and publications," the online encyclopedia explains.
The slogan "Forward!" reflected the conviction of European Marxists and radicals that their movements reflected the march of history, which would move forward past capitalism and into socialism and communism.
The Obama campaign released its new campaign slogan Monday in a 7-minute video. The title card has simply the word "Forward" with the "O" having the familiar Obama logo from 2008. It will be played at rallies this weekend that mark the Obama re-election campaign's official beginning.


If you're planning a trip to the dentist, it might not be the wisest decision to make your appointment with the person with whom you just broke up.
A Polish woman is facing three years in prison after she removed all of her ex-boyfriend's teeth during dental surgery just days after their breakup.
"I tried to be professional and detach myself from my emotions," Anna Mackowiak, 34, told the Austrian Times. "But when I saw him lying there I just thought, 'What a bastard' and decided to take all his teeth out."
Marek Olszewski, 45, reportedly showed up at Mackowiak's dental office complaining of toothache just days after he broke up with her. She then allegedly gave him a "heavy dose" of anesthetic, locked the door and began removing all of his teeth one at a time.
"I knew something was wrong because when I woke up I couldn't feel any teeth and my jaw was strapped up with bandages," Olszewski said.
"She told me my mouth was numb and I wouldn't be able to feel anything for a while and that the bandage was there to protect the gums, but that I would need to see a specialist," he said.
"I didn't have any reason to doubt her, I mean I thought she was a professional."
Adding to his trauma, Olszewski said his new girlfriend has already left him over his now toothless appearance.
"And I'm going to have to pay a fortune on getting indents or something," he said.
Mackowiak is currently being investigated for medical malpractice.

Now he's managed to piss off the SEALs for taking credit

SEALs slam Obama for using them as 'ammunition' in bid to take credit for bin Laden killing during election campaign
Mr Obama used a news conference today to trumpet his personal role and imply that his Republican opponent Mr Romney, who in 2008 expressed reservations about the wisdom of sending troops into Pakistan, would have let bin Laden live.

‘I said that I'd go after bin Laden if we had a clear shot at him, and I did,’ Mr Obama said. ‘If there are others who have said one thing and now suggest they'd do something else, then I'd go ahead and let them explain it.’

Mr Obama has faced criticism even from allies about his decision to make a campaign ad about the bin Laden raid. Arianna Huffington, an outspoken liberal who runs the left-leaning Huffington Post website, roundly condemned it.

She told CBS: ‘We should celebrate the fact that they did such a great job. It's one thing to have an NBC special from the Situation Room... all that to me is perfectly legitimate, but to turn it into a campaign ad is one of the most despicable things you can do.’

Campaigning in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Mr Romney responded to a shouted question by a reporter by saying: ‘Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order.’

A serving SEAL Team member said: ‘Obama wasn’t in the field, at risk, carrying a gun. As president, at every turn he should be thanking the guys who put their lives on the line to do this. He does so in his official speeches because he speechwriters are smart.

‘But the more he tries to take the credit for it, the more the ground operators are saying, “Come on, man!” It really didn’t matter who was president. At the end of the day, they were going to go.’
Excerpts from Daily Mail Online

Photo submitted by Lee

Monday, April 30, 2012

III Liberty Conference

From Kerodin over at III Percent Patriots

III Liberty Conference

I am calling for a III Liberty Conference in Washington DC just days before the Election and the Buy a Gun Day.

We are in this place of inaction rooted in indecision, in a time that requires direct, aggressive action to counter the efforts of the Enemies of Liberty.

Calls for us to mix and mingle in OWS and similar steps are too little, too late. Calls for us to engage in Secret Squirrel machinations are a stain upon the noble goal of Restoration of the Constitution, as ratified.

We need to short circuit the process in a way that declares who we are, what we intend, and conveys our absolute commitment. We need to stand up and be counted.

We will have Liberty or we will embrace Death.

Time is short.

I have decided to take point. If you decide this is not for you, so be it.

Details HERE

So sad......

- John

Why I will not vote for Romney

Okay, since I posted that picture this morning of Obama and Obamney I have gotten 13 (that's right, 13) emails and 1 comment telling me that I need to vote for Romney or 1) it will be a wasted vote, 2) because a Supreme Court justice seat will be up for grabs, 3) because Romney is a nice compromise and won't scare the liberals off, 4) Romney won't infringe any further on our Civil Rights and 5) We need Romney to overturn ObamaCare.

I have always been a firm believer that who a person votes for should be their own decision for their own reasons. A person should be free of harassment, intimidation or pressure when deciding who to vote for unless it's from the New Black Panther Party, in that case it's okay.

I'm going to take points 1-5 and tell you what I think about it.
1) I'm in California - my vote is symbolic only. My personal vote doesn't count anymore. Even if it did, Conservatives are outnumbered by liberals by a huge margin here.
2) A SC justice seat is always up for grabs. That has been an argument since the very first time I cast a ballot. It doesn't even figure into who I might vote for.
3) I don't want a fucking compromise nor do I want moderates standing with me. Besides, my fear is that Romney will fuck things up even worse than Obama and scare all the moderates back to the left.
4) Romney cannot infringe on our rights any further. That goal has been accomplished. As far as 2A goes, Romney was the governor of Massachusetts - a state with some of the most restrictive gun laws in the US today.
5) ObamaCare was modeled after Romney's health care plan in Massachusetts. It was originally his fucking idea. Get it? He's not going to overturn it, he's going to tweak it around until it's a "workable" compromise and my taxes are still going to go up to pay for it.

Now, in case you're still thinking I need to re-think my position, take a trip down my sidebar. See all those neat pictures of the III flag, the poster of the bowie stuck in the Constitution, my business card, the III Percent Patriot book I'm pushing and all those right wing links? Do they tell you anything at all, like maybe I have re-thought my position and my mind is made up? That this is where I stand?
Those things should tell you that I advocate a return to a Constitutional government. Nothing more, nothing less. No fucking compromise. Have I heard Romney vow a repeal of GCA 68? Have I heard Romney vow a smaller, less intrusive government? Has he promised abolition of DHS, DEA and BATFE? No? Has he even mentioned it? No? Then the motherfucker ain't getting my vote.

I will tell you this: If I had to vote for one or the other, I would vote for Obama (collective gasp) before I voted for Romney. Maybe if Obama's re-elected it'll push the American sheeple over the edge and force them to get off their lazy asses and do something about him. Maybe the Tea Party will rise again except maybe this time they'll leave their goddamned flags at home and pick up their rifles instead.

It's not a rental, asshole.

“I just barely can hammer a nail into the wall,” Obama said. “My wife is not impressed with my skills when it comes to fixing up the house. Fortunately right now I’m in a rental, so I don’t end up having to do a lot of work.”


You and your wife have already shown a huge lack of respect towards the house that me and my neighbors have provided you. We do expect you to take care of it.

Obama or Obamney?

Go to Western Rifle Shooter's Association and follow the links

Get your pepper spray ready, Occupy Season is almost here!

As part of Occupy Wall Street’s call for a nationwide “general strike” May 1, elements within the group are looking to shut down bridges and tunnels in both New York and San Francisco.
Occupy Oakland, the most radical of all the local Occupy groups, passed a resolution April 15 that vows to shut down all travel from Marin to San Francisco.
“If any of the unions on the Golden Gate bridge declare a strike or shutdown action on May Day, we will act in solidarity with these striking workers and the international call for a general strike on May Day, by blockading the flow of capital to the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District. This will be accomplished by a collaboration of pickets and direct action which will shut down all modes of transportation from Marin to San Francisco,” went the statement on the website


Chief: Drones 'certainly' coming to skies over Beltway
WASHINGTON - Look up. Drones are "certainly" coming to the skies over the Beltway in the next few years, one area police chief says.
The use of drones in the D.C. area became public information last week, after the Federal Aviation Administration released a list of agencies currently or previously permitted to use the unmanned aerial vehicles. It included many federal departments, such as Agriculture, Homeland Security and Energy as well as local organizations such as Virginia Commonwealth University and Virginia Tech.
Soon, the Fairfax County Police Department may be added to that list.
"Drones will certainly have a purpose and a reason to be in this region in the next, coming years," said Fairfax County Police Chief David Rohrer, while speaking on WTOP's "Ask the Chief" program on Monday. "Just as a standpoint as an alternative for spotting traffic and sending information back to our VDOT Smart Traffic centers, and being able to observe backups."
The use of drones over U.S. soil has some in Congress concerned about Americans' privacy rights.
"The potential for invasive surveillance of daily activities with drone technology is high," wrote Rep. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., in an April 19 letter to FAA. "We must ensure that as drones take flight in domestic airspace, they don't take off without privacy protections for those along their flight path."
Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, said in the same letter he "proudly suppported" the FAA Modernization and Reform Act that allowed for the domestic use of drones. There are many institutions in his home state that the FAA has cleared for done use, including Texas A&M University, the police forces in the city of Arlington outside Dallas-Fort Worth and Montgomery County near Houston.
"However, if used improperly or unethically, drones could endanger privacy and I want to make sure that risk is taken into consideration," he said.

* Pull being the term that skeet and trap shooters use when ready for their targets to be released.

Problems problems problems

SAN FRANCISCO (WWJ) - BMW North America has probably had to deal with plenty of unusual lawsuits, but one filed last week may be a first — a California man says the seat on his motorcycle has given him an erection he just can’t shake.
Henry Wolf of California is suing BMW America and aftermarket seatmaker Corbin-Pacific claiming his issue began after a four-hour ride on his 1993 BMW motorcycle, with a ridge like seat. Wolf is seeking compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, emotional distress and what he calls “general damage.”
He said he’s had the erection non-stop for 20 months. And it comes with another side effect: The lawsuit says Wolf is “now is unable to engage in sexual activity, which is causing him substantial emotional and mental anguish.”


It probably meant to say he doesn't enjoy sexual activity which pisses his boyfriend off to no end.

Milfy Monday!!!!!

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Pvt Lane

Today was the day that my nephew/brother left for the Army.
I say nephew/brother because my folks raised him and his 2 sisters after my sister died back in 97.

He's going to do his basic training at Leonard Wood and then Sam Houston for his medical training.
It's a decision that he made a year or so back but has had a hell of a time getting in. The biggest holdup was the fact that he attended a charter school, essentially home-schooled. He had to get a waiver as well as a few college credits for that, then he's been waiting for a while for a seat in his school. But he took advantage of the wait and started training his body, working out every day and taking martial arts. He's turned into a hard little fuck.
I know that the reason he's going in is because he can't find anything around here, but at the same time I know that he knows he owes his Nation a great debt for the freedoms he enjoys and 4 years of his life is a small price to pay. If he doesn't realize that now, he will by the time his enlistment is up.

Then he can be a III Percent Patriot when he gets out. We can use folks with combat medic skills. Let Uncle Sam train 'em and send 'em right back home to train us, thank you very much.

So me and Lisa went over yesterday to get our goodbyes done. We had a little chat alone and I told him a few facts of life, like if he came crashing through my door on a raid I would shoot him in the eyeball. Pass the word to his buddies.
Having the talk

But I'm proud as hell of him. He's carrying on a family tradition, he's repaying a debt, and he's taking initiative to move in a postive direction with his life. He's now a Man.

I ask that you keep him in your thoughts and prayers and I'll keep you abreast of his whereabouts.

See? The guy who's hollering the loudest about blowing shit up is usually the cop

THE United States has been narrowly saved from lethal terrorist plots in recent years — or so it has seemed. A would-be suicide bomber was intercepted on his way to the Capitol; a scheme to bomb synagogues and shoot Stinger missiles at military aircraft was developed by men in Newburgh, N.Y.; and a fanciful idea to fly explosive-laden model planes into the Pentagon and the Capitol was hatched in Massachusetts.       
But all these dramas were facilitated by the F.B.I., whose undercover agents and informers posed as terrorists offering a dummy missile, fake C-4 explosives, a disarmed suicide vest and rudimentary training. Suspects na├»vely played their parts until they were arrested.       
When an Oregon college student, Mohamed Osman Mohamud, thought of using a car bomb to attack a festive Christmas-tree lighting ceremony in Portland, the F.B.I. provided a van loaded with six 55-gallon drums of “inert material,” harmless blasting caps, a detonator cord and a gallon of diesel fuel to make the van smell flammable. An undercover F.B.I. agent even did the driving, with Mr. Mohamud in the passenger seat. To trigger the bomb the student punched a number into a cellphone and got no boom, only a bust.
This is legal, but is it legitimate? Without the F.B.I., would the culprits commit violence on their own? Is cultivating potential terrorists the best use of the manpower designed to find the real ones? Judging by their official answers, the F.B.I. and the Justice Department are sure of themselves — too sure, perhaps.


Comic porn?

I can't tell if the female character has any clothes on or not.

"We have to go NOW!"

Police blow Wash. mountain bunker, find man dead

NORTH BEND, Wash. (AP) — Peter Keller spent eight years carving his hole in the side of the mountain, camouflaging the rugged underground bunker with ferns and sticks and stocking it with a generator and ammunition boxes sealed in Ziploc bags. Suspected in the deaths of his wife, daughter and pets last weekend, he headed there prepared for the long haul with high-powered rifles, scope and body armor.
Seattle-area tactical officers who slogged for hours over dangerously steep, muddy ground to find him were prepared too. They pumped in tear gas, called for him over bullhorns, and, after 22 hours, set off explosives along the top of the bunker Saturday.
Keller was inside, already dead of a self-inflicted gunshot. A handgun was next to his body.