Daughter has bought a house(or started buying one, however you want to put it) so there's been stuff connected with that. Taking care of stuff around here, etc., it all adds up.
More to do today, so this may be all you see out of me:
"Hey, Jews, don't pay attention to that stuff in the news, we still like you. And tell your people to keep giving us money and voting for us!"
Ammo supplies have eased up considerably from a few months back; still not exactly plentiful in some stuff(store may have a batch in, then no more for a while but more does come in) and prices are up, but better than was. PJM had this post on the matter last night(that's when I read it, anyway). Basically same thing a lot of us have said before: increased hoarding due to political pressures, increased buying of some cartridges by LE(I do think he's wrong on the military, in that needed the amounts they do does affect civilian supply even if it's primarily government arsenals producing theirs), and lots of upward pressure on materials like copper and lead.
Maybe I need to get more primers and stuff after all.
We take the kids to the range for some fun time, and liberals get damn-near hysterical; palistinians teach their kids crap like this and- at most, if they mention it at all- you hear excuses:
Teddy bear Nassur: Dear children, when we grow up, we will become martyrs, God willing.
Yes, Saraa, the pioneers of tomorrow will liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The children, the pioneers of tomorrow, and not only in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, but all over the world, my dear Saraa and dear children.
"It's ALL BUSH'S FAULT!!!" Hehehehehe...
In case you hadn't heard, Obama has nominated for SCOTUS someone who's 'not sympathetic' to 2nd Amendment concerns. Surprised, aren't you?
Craig Lancaster wanted to prove that Chicago Police officers are treated the same as others when they break the law, Cook County prosecutors said.
So in a drunken argument with a friend last summer, prosecutors said, the 41-year-old veteran officer shot a gun in the air outside an Ashburn bowling alley where he also worked security -- and waited.
Within minutes, Lancaster appeared to have won the debate when officers arrived on the scene and arrested him. He was charged with two counts of reckless discharge of a firearm.
But on Friday, some might argue, he caught a break -- but seemingly lost the argument.
Unc's right; this has some interesting potential for gunsights. I'm thinking a large-aperture rear sight with this in a insert.
Snerk... Idaho vs. the 'East Coast point of view'.
And that's it. Things to move, hopefully not in the rain.