Friday, June 26, 2015

Yes, I'm still alive; yes, still busy

but just for you people I took time to deal with the new data; because what is life without new information to study?

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Life has called

Things to do, etc.  Bloggage will be light for a few days.

PC at any cost, including girls continuing to be raped.

Britain's second largest police force withheld a report about gangs of Muslim men grooming children in case it inflamed racial tensions ahead of a General Election, it was revealed today.

West Midlands Police were warned more than 100 predominantly white children - some as young as 13 - were at serious risk of child exploitation five years ago.
The response to criticism: "But we're doing much better now!  Trust us!"

Two things about this:

First, yeah, sharing a base with Iranian-backed troops(and probably some Iranian troops) is a BAD idea.

Second, picture of Sen. Cotton when he was in the Army is labeled 'Tom Cotton in Army gear'.  As if someone put a uniform on for a picture.  Plus leaving off the 'Senator' thing, which I doubt they'd do with a Democrat.  no, no games at Yahoo News, nossir.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Well, the Turk PM may not be ideologically on the side of ISIS,

but this makes him their ally in a very nasty way.
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is furious that the Kurds in Syria are advancing against ISIS. 

Ponder the ramifications of that sentence. 
He is not a state sponsor of terrorism. He is not championing ISIS, nor is he on side with them ideologically. He is not their patron or armorer. But he is letting one of our worst enemies grow stronger while stomping on one of our greatest allies.
Which puts him on the enemy side in a very important way.

Here's a question for you: since Amazon is being all good-feely and getting rid of all Confederate-themed stuff, will they get rid of all stuff connected with that racist murderer Che?  Communism in general?

Or are those mass-murderers special and to be tolerated?

The judge needs to start charging IRS lawyers, and the agency head, with lying to the court and throwing them in jail.  And recommending disbarment for the lawyers.  That'll probably break some things loose.

Chances of the major media even talking about La Raza

or MEChA: just about zero.  And if they do they'll make excuses.  Because racism is not a problem with the right people do it.

Why people laugh when the "They don't have crime like we do in Britain!" line

comes out.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) made repeated attempts to silence a whistleblower who exposed the widespread manipulation of crime statistics, it has emerged. 

Documents seen by the Guardian show that senior officers made three separate attempts to stop PC James Patrick speaking out over the course of less than five months. In one letter, they went so far as to insist he be barred from having any contact with any member of the public
My, such control freaks they are; I wonder if they included family in this?
He was sent two further letters within a few days this month warning him about interviews he intended to do with the BBC. He was told he faced further disciplinary action if he continued to speak out. He was eventually referred to the directorate of professional standards after he did the interviews, in which he said the Met "puts reputation before the truth".
Note that this isn't the first time they've been caught at this.

The Met commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, was forced to admit the numbers were being fiddled and said the issue was a cause for concern.
Ya think maybe?

If correct, they'll be hoping for some globular warmering;

so will we.
Climate experts warn the amount of light and warmth released by the sun is nosediving to levels "not seen for centuries". 

They fear a repeat of the so-called 'Maunder Minimum' which triggered Arctic winter whiteouts and led to the River Thames freezing 300 years ago. 

The Met Office-led study warns although the effect will be offset by recent global warming, Britain faces years of unusually cold winters.
'Offset by recent global warming(that hasn't been happening, but let's not bring that up, hmmm?)'

By the way, jackass, it's not the 'so-called', the Maunder Minimum is the name used for it.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Ok, I want someone to tell me why these people

should not have the full fury of the Navy, Marines and Air Force turned loose on them.

Add this, to this, to the slave markets and mass murders, and why are these savages not being bombed and strafed at every opportunity?

Hey, Governor Howler, the ball's in your court;

what're you gonna do?
In a stunning repudiation of Governor Andrew Cuomo, his anti-gun Democrat allies, and the hastily-passed and clearly unconstitutional NY SAFE Act, New Yorkers refused to register an estimated one million firearms that the 2013 law arbitrarily determined were “assault weapons.”
Since New York’s SAFE Act gun control law went into effect in January 2013, a total of 23,847 people have applied to register their newly defined assault-style weapons with the State Police.
Those individuals have registered a total of 44,485 weapons.
The statistics, hidden from the public for more than a year by state officials, were given to Rochester-area lawyer Paloma Capanna on Monday in response to a lawsuit she filed on behalf of radio host Bill Robinson.
No wonder they fought so hard to keep the numbers secret; that many people saying "Kiss my ass", backed up by lots and lots of LE flatly saying "I believe this is unconstitutional, and I won't enforce it", is big.
Upstate law enforcement agencies still openly, defiantly refuse to enforce provisions of the NY SAFE Act, and prosecutions under the law are best described as a “trickle,” and typically only occur as part of a “kitchen sink” charging process against criminals arrested for other crimes.

Howler & Co. must be crapping their pants, both in outrage and in "What do we do now?" fear.

Ok, so this is big.  Bigger even than CT gun owners telling their governor to piss off.  Now, on the idea of confiscation(which Feinstein and Schumer and Obama have wet dreams about), there's a serious hitch:
The Court ruled in favor of the property owners by an 8-1 margin on the most significant issue at stake: whether the government’s appropriation of the raisins is a taking. Only Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented.

This is an extremely important result, because it rejects the government’s dangerous argument that the Takings Clause offers less protection for personal property than for real property (the legal term for property in land), which had been embraced by the Ninth Circuit lower court decision.
This is considered a huge decision for property owners.  Now consider some politician threatening confiscation and being told "You can't just seize this property, you HAVE to pay for it; how much you have in your pocket?"  Ignore all the other stands against confiscation, and this throws a huge wrench in their plans.

"It's ok we WE do it; we are saving Mother Gaia!"

Near the kayak line, divers cleaned up a site damaged by the activists' barge. Used for staging their protests, the barge anchors were originally dropped into a popular dive spot. They dropped 4,000-pound anchors into a habitat known for several different kinds of marine species.

"A lot of people come here to see Giant Pacific Octupus," said Koos Dupreez.

Dupreez works with Global Underwater Explorers. They coordinated the clean-up, asking the activists to cut their lines so as to avoid any further damage. Divers removed huge cement blocks and chords, worried for the safety of people and animals

It cost $10,000 and created some wake among environmental groups.

Stupid, our ancestors were not.
Despite being well over 2,000 years old, the sword, known as the Goujian, did not have a single trace of rust.  The blade drew blood when an archeologist tested his finger on its edge, seemingly unaffected by the passage of time.  Besides this strange quality, the craftsmanship was highly detailed for a sword made such a long time ago.  Regarded as a state treasure in China today, the sword is as legendary to the Chinese people as King Arthur's Excalibur in the West.
Some very interestingly-made bronze, and fine craftsmanship.

Yeah, Robert Reich is a lying bastard; you expect different from a Clinton weenie?
According to The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the USA has a murder rate of 4.1 per 100,000 people. Pakistan sports a 7.7 per 100K, Russia a 13.12, South Africa 16.25 and Kenya would be the only one lower with a 2.76.

Russia, and Pakistan do not provide the rates of guns by firearms, only South Africa does and it comes to almost the same as the murder rate while the US drops to 2.97 per 100K. It is interesting that he cherry picks the data and somehow forgets the 110 countries ahead of the US in murders.
'Interesting' my ass, it was his plan.

We're in a geomagnetic storm of severe level; yay.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Nelson and Churchill wept

A call from the British Medical Journal was published several years ago, arguing that “many assaults are committed impulsively, prompted by alcohol and drugs, and a kitchen knife often makes an all too available weapon,” according to the BBC.

Researchers “consulted 10 top chefs from around the UK, and found such knives have little practical value in the kitchen. None of the chefs felt such knives were essential, since the point of a short blade was just as useful when a sharp end was needed.”
"We, the authorities who are smarter than you, have decided you should not be trusted with pointy objects at all, but we will allow you to have short ones in the kitchen.

For now."
These clowns would faint at the chefs knife I made as a wedding present for son and bride.

Britain is soooo screwed.

Big difference between Bill Ayers and Mushroom Head:

A: Dylann Roof isn’t a friend and colleague of an American president who enjoyed a cushy life in academia before retiring to life as the kind of author who’s invited on-the-air by the mainstream media to hawk his books.

Other than that, both of these pigs share much in common.
Oh yeah, there's more

Bringing up the question "Should someone convicted of a felony

be blocked forever from arms ownership?"  That's a question to start an argument with, the two sides being
"That's part of the punishment, and they're not trustworthy"
"If they've served their time, and cleaned up their act, why?"
Question brought up by this:
The man who shot and killed an armed robbery suspect at a Knoxville convenience store may avoid charges under Tennessee law -- despite the fact he was a felon with a gun.

Issac Jamal Scruggs, 42, of Knoxville, was at a Breadbox convenience store early Monday on Asheville Highway when 18-year-old Tamon Stapleton held the clerk at gunpoint.

Scruggs, a friend of the clerk's, shot and killed Stapleton. A previous felony conviction would ban Scruggs from carrying the gun he used, but Tennessee law says the fact he protected someone else means the gun charge doesn't matter.
Impression given is that the guy has cleaned-up his life.  And here, stopped an armed robber.

It's a messy question.

This makes it sound like Mushroom Head was a nutcase looking for SOMEWHERE to hurt people.  And finally settled on that church.
A black friend of the white man accused of murdering nine people at a Charleston church says the suspect told him a week prior to the killings that he planned to shoot up a local college campus,” reports. “Christon Scriven, [above] a drinking buddy of Dylann Roof, told The Associated Press that he thought Roof’s statements were just drunken bluster. However, Scriven said that he was concerned enough that he and another friend, Joey Meek, went out to take his .45-caliber gun, hiding it in an air-conditioning vent of a mobile home until they all sobered up.” And then gave it back, later.

In (formerly Great)Britain, what the progzis want here:

Desperate to find offence at every turn, eager to suppress any utterance that deviates from their conformist views, these are the warriors of the 'You Can't Say That' brigade.

The great 19th-century liberal philosopher John Stuart Mill warned against 'the tyranny of prevailing opinion', but that is exactly what we are now sliding towards in early 21st-century Britain.
Just how bad has it become?
Attacks on the Press are not the only weapon in the arsenal of the State. In recent years, the Government has acquired a host of new powers to crack down on free speech, including the 2003 Communications Act, and the 2006 Racial and Religious Hatred Act, which makes it an offence to use 'threatening words or behaviour' to stir up hatred.

It is estimated that more people are now jailed or arrested in Britain for what they think, believe or say than at any time since the 18th century.
"This is Progress, comrade!  BadThink and those who utter it must be destroyed!"

Sunday, June 21, 2015

This was parked down the street earlier

Appears to be an old BMW that's been fixed-up nicely and had the front brake upgraded.

No, not a Ural; I checked, no driveshaft to the sidecar wheel.

In other news, I wish I had access to a sheet-metal roller for a few minutes.

Female privilege

A law student who clubbed an aspiring male model with a champagne bottle because he was making 'unwanted advances' has been spared jail.

Sarah McKenzie-Ayres was pictured laughing as she walked free from court after being handed a suspended sentence for striking the man in a Manchester nightclub last September.
Anybody think that if the positions were reversed, the man would've gotten a suspended sentence?

A: this is disgusting, and just the kind of crap we've come to expect from this administration.
B: No, the Stupid Party leadership doesn't have the balls or integrity to pass it.
The Immigration Slush Fund Elimination Act would stop the executive branch from using fees collected from legal immigrants who obeyed U.S. immigration law to pay for the ongoing illegal alien naturalization surge. Thanks to the million or so legal aliens flocking to America every year, that’s a lot of cash. Cruz notes that USCIS Chief Financial Officer Joseph Moore can lay claim to nearly $1 billion in application fees. Cruz’s bill would return the pursestrings back into Congress’s hands — and perhaps most importantly, stop the White House from ramping up legal immigration and issuing more and more fees in order to grant more illegal aliens amnesty.

Because now it's a 21-year-old,

who- by the way- may have served in war, sent there by this clown- who shouldn't be able to buy a handgun.

Gee, wonder what he thinks the proper age should be?

You'll notice also that it's now mass shootings were “unique” to America because of its gun laws, adding such events don’t happen as often in other “advanced countries.”
A: How the hell can it be 'unique' to here if it happens in other places?
B: Goalpost moved: now it's don't happen as often since he's been slapped with "The hell it doesn't happen in other advanced countries."

Also add this to "The hell they don't want to take your guns."

Comment from Foley over at Insty:
In every State in the country, a 21 year-old is considered an adult. So basically, Obama wants to ban adults from buying handguns.

To be fair, our former adjunct professor of constitutional law taught before the Supreme Court decided DC v. Heller (2008) and  McDonald v. City of Chicago (2010). But surely he’s aware of them now. Oh wait–I’m assuming the current President of the United States actually cares about the Constitution. My bad.

Appropriate for the time of year: a new(to me) method of removing ticks.

Yeah, conservatives should be THRILLED with the idea of trashing the economy and handing another two trillion dollars to the .gov to be wasted.  Right.  In the name of Globular Warmering/Climaty Changering.

Note that Whitehouse is the asshole who wants 'deniers' to be jailed, too.

This is what happens when I blog tired;

I forget to post data at the normal times, and have to make it a morning study