Saturday, March 03, 2012

There are so many dots connected already

that a spider could get lost in all the lines.

And yeah, an awful lot of people have been at that "You don't disagree with me, you're EVILLLEEE!" level for a while now.

Friday, March 02, 2012

The anthropologists have something to argue about

Or are back to this argument. Which will again involve name-calling and hair-pulling and various people being told "I don't want you in my club anymore!"

I don't know if you remember a lot of the screaming over Kennewick Man being found to have some caucasoid features; it was loud and nasty. This ought to add to it nicely.

Thursday, March 01, 2012

Two quick things:

First, you've probably heard Breitbart died; the 'progressives' are behaving about like you'd expect. 'Respectful dialogue' my ass.

“Many officers are also uncomfortable that their activities might be displayed on the Internet and otherwise widely distributed,” says Portland, Ore., lawyer Bert P. Krages, who specializes in the area. “Some also have the impression that photography presents a security risk and are acting according to a post-9/11 mentality.”

Adds Krages: “Law enforcement personnel are still grappling with the idea that ordinary citizens have the right to take images, whereas previously such photographs and videos were taken by professionals employed by traditional media companies.”
Well, some more "No, you DON"T have qualified immunity for this" rulings and the subsequent lawsuits would probably help get the idea across.

It would also help if they started reminding cops, from the academy on, of that LinkConstitution thingy that has a place in their oath; and a good course on Peel's Principles would probably help, too.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Oh, and Eric Holder is still a liar

and it sounds like the pressure is getting to him.

Having some time, I want to start this morning with Dax Shepard,

a actor who thought he had a great observation. Till people told him what they think of his observation and his brainpower in general.
McQ says Shepard couldn't hold a SEALs jockstrap; I'd put it 'Couldn't carry a troops' jockstrap', period.

Various Democrats are saying "Take oil from the strategic reserve and release it to quiet the peasants!" Except when they're called on it, then they say it's not a good idea. You'll notice that not one of these clowns says "Let companies start drilling." Oh no, because
A: It would actually work, and
B: It would actually work.
And they don't want that.

The plot is not Hitchcockian: Some bad guys are going to try and do bad things to America. A bunch of SEALs are attempting to stop them, mostly by shooting them in the face. They don't sit around and anguish over the deep meaning of shooting terrorists in the face, either; they make like a Nike commercial and Just Do It.
Time allows, if it's still in theaters, I'm going to have to see this.

"Some of us are having so much sex we can't afford it, so YOU should pay for our birth control!" No, I'm not kidding.

Obama's Energy Secretary says "Screw you people, I WANT gas prices higher."

And from Keith, another gun bigot who's also a liar:
It was among the most emotional speeches at last year’s Labour Party Conference.

A young anti-crime campaigner, Narraser Gordon, was given a standing ovation from MPs including Tessa Jowell and Yvette Cooper when she movingly told how eight members of her family had been murdered.

But now it has emerged that most of the ‘victims’ the campaigner claimed had died are in fact alive and well.

Monday, February 27, 2012

So the Afghans want to put our troops on trial,

and they claim NATO officials have agreed to it:
3. NATO officials promised to meet Afghan nation’s demand of bringing to justice, through an open trial, those responsible for the incident and it was agreed that the perpetrators of the crime be brought to justice as soon as possible.

I really don't have time for this, but heard of this and looked it up, and this crap has to be yelled about. Bad enough son's about to go to that craphole; finding out that NATO- and the US officials involved- may be willing to screw our troops this way... let's say that 'calm reflection' does not describe my mood right now.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Over the next couple of weeks Life will intrude,

so may or may not be much/any blogging. Do have a couple of things:
I've mentioned Catmatyx before: if you'd tried putting this stuff on him, you'd be lucky not to bleed out from the attempt.

This is just freakin' cool: a camp stove that produces the power needed to run the fan. And can charge things that have a USB plug.

I'm at the point of 'Screw the Afghans; let them stew in the pot they choose.' I'm sick of them demanding we serve them, pay them, grovel to them, and murdering our troops. Fuck the place
They've got him: Afghan officer.

Unlike Tam, my thought was "We have lots of clean electric delivery trucks(but let's not talk about making the batteries or the power plants to charge the things)!"
Of course, the truth may be why they have no problem whacking the singing frogs and the pixies.


It seems some bozos running a place called 'Smoke and Thunder'

are doing it wrong. And badly.

I doubt I'm famous/annoying/whatever enough to be targeted by these people, but just in case, I'll borrow from Lawdog:
1) I will not be joining this site "Smoke and Thunder", so if you see my name there, it isn't me.

2) Nor do I give the site "Smoke and Thunder" any permission what-so-ever to use anything written by me on this site, or by me on any Internet forum or medium, beyond the minimum amount permissible under the "Fair Use Doctrine".

3) Furthermore, I deny the site "Smoke and Thunder" permission to use any of my intellectual property, wholly or in part, for financial gain.