Saturday, November 16, 2013

Yes, The Experiment continues

It's Saturday night,
and I feel like it.  So there.

Aw, bleeping Shiva on a pogo stick... Remind me what genius was in charge

when this happened?
On August 12, Joe DiGenova, attorney for one of the Benghazi whistleblowers, told Washington D.C.’s WMAL that one of the reasons people have remained tight-lipped about Benghazi is because 400 U.S. missiles were “diverted to Libya” and ended up being stolen and falling into “the hands of some very ugly people.”

DiGenova represents Benghazi whistleblower Mark Thompson. He told WMAL that he “does not know whether [the missiles] were at the annex, but it is clear the annex was somehow involved in the distribution of those missiles.”

He claimed his information “comes from a former intelligence official who stayed in constant contact with people in the special ops and intelligence community.” He said the biggest concern right now is finding those missiles before they can be put to use. “They are worried, specifically according to these sources, about an attempt to shoot down an airliner,” he claimed.

And behind it all is the 'genius' who we're told should be our next President...

And just why would an audit of the Fed be such a

horrible thing?  Is Yellen insinuating that they've got things to hide?

Bill Gates would like Obama to be king; also wants the peasants disarmed.

I'll borrow from Mr. Codrea on this one:
So if I cut and paste the information or produce a screenshot from this public document, paid for with tax money and even downloadable, I could be threatened with 10 years in the slammer?

I don't believe it. This I've gotta see for myself.

Anybody feel some kind of Streisand Effect or something going on here...?

Well, the Oprah has done it

So Oprah Winfrey is running around the world playing the race card. Thanks to George for sending this to me.
Oprah Winfrey is going around the world telling everyone that Americans are racist while she promotes her new film:
Video at the link.
When in doubt, play the race card.
Oprah Winfrey has been a prominent supporter of Barack Obama. She thinks that both he and the Office of President have been treated with contempt because of the colour of his skin.
Part of Denny's take:
Yannow who’s racist Oprah? Your hero, Obutthead, who makes everything about race from the Gates kerfuffle to the St. Trayvon of Skittles circus. He promised to be the post racial president, but he never passes up an opportunity to play the race card. He has managed to set racial relations in this country back thirty years.

Wonderful people aren't they?
“We’re not in it to stockpile. We’re in it to take what you have and there’s nothing you can do to stop us,” Tyler Smith says. “We are your worst nightmare, and we are coming.”

Most preppers, Smith says, are concerned with marauders taking their supplies. It’s not an unfounded fear, he says.
“We are those people,” he says. “We’ll kick your door in and take your supplies. … We are the marauders.
He's an Obama fan.  Who just told everyone around to be prepared to shoot him in case of disaster....
Just found more on this from Thirdpower.

Speaking of disaster,
"How could this be going so spectacularly wrong?" goes the hand-wringing lament.
How could it not? Seriously! You think a bunch of people can sit down and... Lux Fiat! the rules for how 15% of the economy works in one fell swoop, in what amounts to a giant bong-fueled bull session, and have nothing go wrong? You might as well try to change the spark plugs on your car while the engine's running.

Then again, these are people who think that the efficiency of internal combustion engines or the amount of water it takes to carry off a turd are governed by legislative magic and not the laws of physics.

The naive credulity these people have towards the power of government, their blind faith that they can tamper with the machinery without it hurting anybody, differs in kind nor quality not one lick from the most snake-handlin' Pentecostal's faith that Jesus will keep the serpent from biting.

Fast shooting with a bow.  REAL fast.

A very well-preserved grave.  Those measurements put him at 5'11", and his longsword damn near four feet.  Axe and spear as well, a well-armed traveler.

The Soviets were fond of five-year plans, too; how'd that work out?
The president unveiled his “new national climate action plan” at Georgetown University last June. The plan aims to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 to 17 percent below their 2005 levels. In his speech, the president noted that he had urged Congress to adopt a “bipartisan, market-based solution to climate change.” But he also said he wasn’t going wait for Congress to act, so outlined what amounts to a kind of Climate Five-Year Plan, setting limits on greenhouse gas emissions at home while pursuing efforts abroad to reach “a new global agreement to reduce carbon pollution through concrete action.”
Doesn't help that his idea of 'market-based' is "I will tax you to death to make you buy what I want you to."

An actual intelligent action from the EPA.  Because "People are actually REPORTING on how damaging growing corn for ethanol for fuel is, and how bad the 15% stuff is, and people are screaming, and we can't deal with this on top of everything else, so we're cutting the ethanol mandate!"
Real intelligence would've been completely cutting it, but that would make the corn lobby even more unhappy, so fat chance.

Friday, November 15, 2013

It being a nice day, range day

Took the 1922 out where could give it a try at longer range with a solid rest and better light.

Tried it with several different brands of ammo; shot at least decently with all, very well with a couple.  The best result was had with Lapua Master M.  Which I normally wouldn't have, but a guy at the fun show had it for about the same per box most of the clowns were asking for Federal Champion or Aguila subsonic(or anything else), so I picked some up.

After checking sights at 50, tried some different brands, and when I really concentrated this is what the Lapua would do:
 which made me very happy.  After shooting some other stuff was able to move to the 100-yard line, and after some fiddling and adjusting the same ammo gave this:
By my measure that's right at 2.3", and I'm calling the three high/left my fault for two reasons:
The front sight insert is a post with a bead on top, which made it more difficult to precisely line things up(I much prefer a flat-top post), and
The sun had reached an angle that was causing a lot of glare. 
Add those to getting generally a bit worn(the shoulder is still causing problems), and I think I slipped on those.  Still, less than 2.5 on a somewhat gusty day I'm not going to bitch about.

Yeah, I'm very happy I said "It's a deal."

One oddity: one of the ammo I tried was the Aguila Super Sniper Subsonic, and at 50 it gave two distinct groups, one a little above and right of the other.  Possibly my fault, will have to try it again.  At least they were all nice round holes, not oblongs, and the two groups were tight.

Why are anti-gun people(and lots of Democrats)

so violent?

Now THAT'S a kaboom!

Ok, here's a place I'll be spending some time in the future:, ballistics testing

Hey, since when has breaking the law bothered Obama & Co.?

Also, if you had any doubts what kind of hypocritical slimeball Bill Mahar is,

put them to rest.

Anymore my response is "You were warned, dumbass."
"Obamacare sucks!  And he lied to us!"

Especially with the way asset forfeiture has become nothing more than theft under color of law, the Professor's idea sounds like a start:
I think we should add corporal punishment for the law enforcement officers and prosecutors in egregious cases like this. Nothing too serious — I’d only add public flogging as punishment where people were physically injured by their misconduct. For mere pecuniary damage, an hour in the stocks for every $10,000 would do.
I'd make it a day at least.  And make the cops and prosecutors personally liable for damages.

More coming out about Benghazi.

Now, WHY wouldn't we trust DHS with a internet kill-switch?

When anti-science rhetoric occurs at a Kansas school-board fight over creationism, we can nod our educated heads in silent amusement, but if multiple generations of nutrition researchers have been trained to ignore contrary evidence, to continue writing and receiving grants, and to keep publishing specious results, the scientific community as a whole has a major credibility issue(I think Globular Warmering has already shown that). Perhaps more importantly, to waste finite health research resources on pseudo-quantitative methods and then attempt to base public health policy on these anecdotal “data” is not only inane, it is willfully fraudulent.

From New Effing York: "Comrades!  Inform on your friends and neighbors!  It is your duty, and you will be paid!"
Earn $500 with Cuomo's SAFE Act; Turn in People with More Than 7 Bullets in Guns 

A toll-free "tip line" has been launched that enables any person with a phone the ability to initiate an investigation on any gun owner. Upon receiving a tip, the State Police will route the information to the appropriate police agency in order to initiate an investigation. The tipster, who can remain completely anonymous, is entitled to a taxpayer-funded reward of $500 if an arrest is made in connection with their tip. The number is 1-855-GUNSNYS (1-855- 486-7697). This bounty on gun owners may be especially lucrative with Cuomo's SAFE Act and the easiest bounty money may be legal gun owners. With the SAFE Act, any gun owner who has more than seven bullets in his gun is guilty of a state crime. For years no such law existed, and many otherwise law abiding gun owners, maybe some of your own family, are not compliant. Turn them in and you can make money and it's a lot safer than turning in dangerous illegal gun owners.

If I needed more reason to stay out of Old Navy,

this'll cover it.
Army veteran Aaron Bennett says he was banned from an Old Navy store in Jacksonville, Florida, after he pointed out a teen employee improperly wearing a Marine Corps uniform dress jacket complete with rank insignia, ribbons and a weapons badge, reported Wednesday.
Frikkin' dirtbags.

Bleeping bleep of a bleep.  2815 meters equals 3078 yards. Right at 1 3/4 miles.
With a Barrett, of course.

Take note of the pausing at least once to reload partOfficer Tuter is a freaking nutcase with a badge.

About those horrible-sounding 'attacks on women' numbers...
For 16 years, a woman named Jennifer Beeman ran the UC Davis Campus Violence Prevention Program, an arm of the campus police department. In 2011, a Yolo County superior court judge sentenced Beeman to 180 days in state prison and five years’ probation for embezzlement and falsification of records pertaining to campus violence. In 2001, for example, Beeman claimed in a federal grant application that as many as 700 Davis students were victims of rape or attempted rape every year. University officials eventually conceded that Beeman “significantly over-reported” the figures, but her fakery drew down four federal grants totaling more than $3 million. Some of that money went to a campaign to “Take Back the Night.”

Sometimes asset forfeiture isn't simply theft, it's extortion.
And everyone involved... whipping post immediately followed by prison.

An abuser with a badge who speaks softly is still an abuser.

So, if everyone who objects to the TSA molesters and thieves is at least leaning toward the NRA, how does this clown expect to get his bans through?

Do We Live in a Police State? 
If your town cops are driving a MRAP around 'for serving warrants', your answer is heavily weighted toward 'Yes'.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Wasn't only working this weekend...

Was able to make a fun show, and something followed me home:
Springfield M1922 M2 training rifle.  1903 Springfield rebarreled to .22, bolt suitably modified, receiver modified to feed from a 5-round magazine, and match sights fitted(the sling I added).

I've wanted one of these for a long time, all the circumstances finally came together.  Gave it a short tryout Tuesday(it was COLD on the range), and let's say I'm really looking forward to getting it to a longer range in better light*(and a more solid rest to eliminate some of my error)

A bit more info on these here.

*Those match sights are one reason want an outdoor range: better light for my eyes to line things up with.

This would be bloody cool:

diving between two tectonic plates.

When a politician as crooked as Clinton is seen trying to come to the rescue, you are, in non-technical terms, up shit creek sans paddling device. (Actually, given how things are going, Clinton’s era was a veritable golden age, although let’s not forget that his own “Hillarycare” reforms were shot down by the-then Congress.)

Also from Samizdata, a bit of history from November 10:
Whatever the semblance, nothing about the French Revolution was harmless. The Goddess Reason ascended her throne two months into the Terror. When the Catholic peasants of the Vendée were so ungrateful for the blessings of the Goddess as to attempt counter-revolution, Momoro, the man whose wife had played the role of the Goddess, was deeply involved in its brutal suppression. Chaumette, too, was one of the leading enragés, and soppy modern “liberals” inclined to praise the Cult of Reason as an ancestor of their own views might like to read more about its teachings regarding women. Neither Momoro nor Chaumette had long to enjoy their status as founders. By spring of the next year Robespierre decided to replace the Cult of Reason with the Cult of the Supreme Being. From then on it was the People’s Front of Judea scene from Life of Brian with real deaths. The Committee of Public Safety sent Momoro to the guillotine on 24th March 1794 and Chaumette followed him on 15th April. Robespierre himself fell from power in June and was guillotined in July.

Well, it's about damn time:
Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX) has introduced an Articles of Impeachment resolution against Attorney General Eric Holder for his role in Operation Fast and Furious and other scandals of President Barack Obama’s administration.

Seven congressman have signed onto the resolution thus far in addition to Olson. They are Reps. Larry Bucshon (R-IN), Blake Farenthold (R-TX), Phil Roe (R-TN), Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA), Roger Williams (R-TX), Ted Yoho (R-FL), and Randy Weber (R-TX).

This is kind of hard to read all the way through: special rules for Only Ones.
And some of them wonder why they're not Officer Friendly to us anymore...

I wonder what kind of court case that'd make: "Your Honor, my client simply wants the same considerations the officers get; if he cannot have them, then we file suit."

The Truth About Obamacare, including
At your 2010 health-care summit, you dismissed what you called “house insurance”—cheap, high-deductible policies that protect people from serious illness or injury but otherwise leave them to fund routine medical care out of pocket. How do you reconcile this with your oft-stated promise that people can keep their existing insurance?
I don’t reconcile it. I lied in order to get the legislation passed. I had thought that was clear by now.

If this pic is for real,
that man has the cleanest bowels in history.

Snork... hehehehe...
But come on, people.

If you can’t take some joy, some modicum of relief and mirth, in the unprecedentedly spectacular beclowning of the president, his administration, its enablers, and, to no small degree, liberalism itself, then you need to ask yourself why you’re following politics in the first place. Because, frankly, this has been one of the most enjoyable political moments of my lifetime. I wake up in the morning and rush to find my just-delivered newspaper with a joyful expectation of worsening news so intense, I feel like Morgan Freeman should be narrating my trek to the front lawn. Indeed, not since Dan Rather handcuffed himself to a fraudulent typewriter, hurled it into the abyss, and saw his career plummet like Ted Kennedy was behind the wheel have I enjoyed a story more.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Among the reasons the Center for Science in the Public Interest can kiss my ass

In the 1980s, some scientists began to associate heart disease with saturated fats, and in response, groups such as the Center for Science in the Public Interest and the National Heart Savers Association (NHSA) began to hound manufacturers for “poisoning America ... by using saturated fats,” and as a result “nearly all targeted firms responded by replacing saturated fats with trans fats,” as David Schleifer wrote in 2012 for the journal Technology and Culture.

At the time, many restaurants used beef fat for frying, which groups like CSPI believed was far worse than hydrogenated oils, based on the research of the time.
(in the 1990's) Surprisingly, it was the same organization, CSPI, that later urged the FDA to add trans fats to food labels, and nutrition panels have been required to list the substance since 2006. Though American consumption of trans fat has declined precipitously in recent years, it's still common in food such as microwave popcorn, margarine, and some coffee creamers. But probably not for much longer.

Back to the "Don't talk to the police" matter

From over at Sipsey:
A friend sent me the following links that were posted on the NFAOA "Resources" page several years ago along with this comment:
(I)t is worth resurrecting for a number of reasons. I think the most salient derives from the 2010 article that I've attached, where folks get on lists via (data mining) and classified more or less as criminals without reasonable suspicion being established. Another reason is the profound political discomfort that has resulted from Edward Snowden's disclosures about the extent of domestic spying by the NFA--the fact that the Congress was not aware or read into some of the activities is having repercussions. The reason is that the misuse of "mined" data is a widespread hazard that potentially impacts millions of law-abiding people.
I am taking the time to send you this video AND the attached article, because the latter is highly relevant in view of the Snowden disclosures, and the former is one of the most unusual pieces of work that I have ever seen regarding the issue of talking with the police. Possibly the attorneys on this message won't be surprised by the disclosures in the video, I'm not sure; however, I think they are worth passing along. All this stuff is in the public domain, so feel free to share. And with respect, the video is will worth taking a few minutes to watch.
Introduction from the NFAOA page:
Talking to the Police by Professor James Duane
It is well known that virtually all attorneys will advise their clients not to talk to the police, but it is rare to hear detailed, lengthy explanations why this is advisable by an attorney, and even rare to hear it from a police officer. In this taped video presentation, both a licensed attorney and a sworn police officer discuss why talking with the police isn't advisable, even for people who are wholly innocent of a crime which they may be suspected of committing. This video discusses how the police will seize upon a minor discrepancy or circumstantial fact unrelated to a crime, to ensnare an innocent person into a situation in which the police are able to create doubt of innocence. In these circumstances, the police are not your friend; they want to solve a crime. Anybody who has spent any time (for example) reading the hundreds of analyses of firearms cases by James Bardwell cannot help but be struck by the significant number of times that at the time ATF first approached the now-convicted defendant, the now-convicted defendant didn't have a legal problem. What happened is that the now-convicted defendant couldn't keep his mouth shut and talked himself into a violation of the law.

Life in the PROM:

On September 15, 2013 a man by the name of Kendall Green forced his way into the home of Matthew Pinkerton. Mr. Pinkerton shot and killed Mr. Green. Mr. Pinkerton is now being charged with 2nd degree murder in the state of Maryland. The resounding question that the authorities asked when they arrived and interrogated Mr. Pinkerton?
“Why didn’t you call the police?”
Apparently "Because I'd be dead if I'd grabbed the phone instead of a gun" doesn't count to the authorities there.

More information here, including
According to the DA, Pinkerton exhibited “bizarre behavior” by grabbing his weapon when an unexpected knock came to his door at 2AM that morning. And, because he failed to call 9-1-1 between the time Green kicked in his door and rushed him, he has now been charged with murder by the state.
The bizarre behavior comment is from Assistant State’s Attorney, Glen Neubauer, who apparently thinks holding a phone and pleading for your life is the only acceptable behavior.

I'd imagine there are LOTS of questions yet to be answered; I'd guess the BATFEIEIO is going by the Pelosi "We have to pass this so you can find out what's in it" method.
“While it may appear to some on the Internet that the NFATCA has ‘thrown folks under the bus,’ this is simply not the case,” the group protests, referring to a statement it issued in August when their role as catalyst for the rulemaking change was revealed.
This is pretty damn twisted up.

And a little more happiness[/sarcasm] this morning: some information on some of our most well-known hoplophobes, gun bigots and general dirtbags MDA, Salazar, Bloomberg and McCarthy.

The above found at War on Guns, along with the information that Matt Bracken's Castigo Cay is available for free download through today.

"We're the Only Ones trained and professional enough..."

If they don't hang this crap around "What does it matter?" Clinton's neck, they're fools.

Just read about this: the new Underground Railroad, to find kids kidnapped for sex slaves.  This is all I've got on it right now.

I've got a so-so picture of something for a post, I'm going to see if I can get a better one.  Plus groceries to look for, and I need stamps.  So I must leave you for now.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

So in Connecticut if you're depressed or something and go to a hospital,

they take your guns away.  Forever.
Public Act No. 13-3 requires all people that voluntarily admit to a hospital for mental health reasons (not solely for drug or alcohol treatment) have their names placed in a database administered by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services – for the purpose of automatic suspension of Second Amendment rights. This database will link with a database held by the state police that includes all gun permit holders, registered gun owners and anyone who has applied for a gun permit. If there is a “match” between the two databases a letter will go out informing the individual that their Second Amendment rights have been suspended (letter below). 

Although you will not receive a letter from the state police, if you are not a “match” you will be notified of your name being put in the database and of the suspension of Second Amendment rights sometime after voluntary admission. The law does not require notice be given to people prior to admitting themselves into a hospital.
Privacy of medical records?  Doesn't exist in CT. 

And don't even pretend that it's going to be restricted to screwing gun owners; if they can ignore privacy in this, they can ignore it in ANYTHING.

Yes, Hitler and the National Socialists really were

socialists; deal with the fact, 'progressives'.

Damn.  Just think where we'd be if Obama & Co. weren't preventing more exploration/drilling on public land.

Speaking of dirtbag Democrats, Rep. Cummings(Bloody Hands-PROM) & Co. really don't want Issa getting these clowns in for questioning, do they?

I mean, really, where does he get off thinking he has some right to ask questions of Administration officials?  He think he's an actual Representative or something?  It's like him thinking the AG should actually answer questions or something.

Considering the attitude of 'Think Progress' on guns and owners, I'm going with lying bastards.

How to avoid getting arrested; didn't know about this book, will have to check into it.
Some of the tips... guy on Bookface put it well: This also sounds like a guide that could have been in the 1930s to avoid being purged by Stalin.  And that's really scary.

Quote of the Day, thanks to Mr. Huffman:
Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority.  It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions.  There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern.  They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.
Daniel Webster

"You commoners shouldn't be allowed guns for self-defense, but you should pay for a crew to protect my precious ass, because I'm important!"

Got some things to do today, but will have a post on something interesting later.  More carport work will have to wait; it's cold and blowing hard out there.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Oh, bleep... if only we could import the damn things...

The video below shows members of the Free Syrian Army who are fighting against the forces of Syrian “President” Bashar al-Assad that have stumbled upon a contrainer full of rifles. The rebel member who posted the video mistakenly claimed that they had found 5,000 AK-47s. Nope, turns out they stumbed upon 5,000 German WWII STG-44 rifles.

Here in Oklahoma, here it comes

Rep. Mike Shelton says he planned to host an interim legislative study on Tuesday to look at both the state's open carry law, which allows licensed adults to openly display a handgun, and the "Stand Your Ground" law that allows the use of deadly force.

But he says some local gun rights groups that he spoke with "simply stopped returning our calls."

Don Spencer with the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association and a well-known gun rights advocate at the Capitol, says he wasn't invited to participate in the study.

Shelton says he still plans to introduce "gun safety" legislation next session.
Interestingly, I only found this story on the linked site and at Daily Kos(short version: "Oklahoma gun owners are racists and want to kill people for entertainment").

Did a bit more searching, and- SURPRISE!- the Martin/Zimmerman case is involved.

The outcry over the controversial not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman case has lawmakers in Oklahoma taking a closer look at the "Stand Your Ground" law.

"Is there a clear line on Stand Your Ground?," asked Oklahoma Representative Mike Shelton, (D) Oklahoma City, who is now calling for a legislative study into the law.

"It's my hope to take this opportunity to give people a voice whether they are for or against it," said Rep. Shelton.
And here we go: "I'm a gun owner, BUT-"
Rep. Shelton is a registered gun owner who has been opposed to "Stand Your Ground" and "Make My Day" laws.
And he wonders why civil rights groups don't want to play with him.
From the SFGate article:
Shelton says he still plans to introduce "gun safety" legislation next session.
Three guesses what he considers 'gun safety'.  And yes, the quotes are in the original.

Specifically for 'law enforcement officers' who forget that oath,

and think that badge means "I can do whatever the hell I want", I'm of the opinion we should bring back the whipping post in the town square.

At the least.
The ACLU is representing a New Mexico woman in her fifties who was subjected by federal agents to a two-handed (!) vaginal and anal examination, an involuntary X-ray and CAT scan, and was forced to defecate in front of strangers. The woman was suspected of being in possession of drugs, on the basis of a drug-dog alert at the Juarez/El Paso border-crossing. No drugs were found. The federal agents -- it's not clear what agency they were with -- did not obtain a warrant. The doctors at University Medical Center in El Paso performed the procedures without the victim's consent, including the CT scan, which subjects people to a high dose of potentially harmful radiation.
"We're Feds, we don't need no stinking warrant!"

Piece of history, Why Registration Is A Bad Idea, #Ican'tevenremember:
...The government gullibly neglected to consider that only law-abiding citizens would register, while political extremists and criminals would not. However, it did warn that the gun-registration records must be carefully stored so they would not fall into the hands of extremists.

The ultimate extremist group, led by Adolf Hitler, seized power just a year later, in 1933. The Nazis immediately used the firearms-registration records to identify, disarm and attack “enemies of the state,” a euphemism for Social Democrats and other political opponents of all types. Police conducted search-and-seizure operations for guns and “subversive” literature in Jewish communities and working-class neighborhoods.
...By fall of 1938, the Nazis were ratcheting up measures to expropriate the assets of Jews. To ensure that they had no means of resistance, the Jews were ordered to surrender their firearms.

Flatow walked into a Berlin police station to comply with the command and was arrested on the spot, as were other Jews standing in line. The arrest report confirmed that his pistols were duly registered, which was obviously how the police knew he had them. While no law prohibited a Jew from owning guns, the report recited the Nazi mantra: “Jews in possession of weapons are a danger to the German people.” Despite his compliance, Flatow was turned over to the Gestapo.
And we know how far downhill it went from there.

I know I'm late, but Happy Birthday, Marines

And Mr. Rowe says it very well.

Robb Allen put it And on the 8th day, God created the Marines   And the devil ran in fear.

On the dishonorable side of life, screwing people who helped us:
A growing number of Afghan interpreters who worked alongside American troops are being denied U.S. visas allotted by Congress because the State Department says there is no serious threat against their lives.
This is one of those pieces of absolute bullshit that President Lightworker could clear up with a phone call or memo; but he's to effing busy getting in another round of golf and then denying he's responsible for his pile of crap in the floor.  And ignoring a fairly significant bit of history.

What happens when being PC and 'diverse' is more important than getting the job done.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Yes, I'm still alive

Just tired enough my eyes are about to cross, so bloggage won't return for a day or two yet.

In the meantime, the next installment of data from The Experiment