Saturday, January 20, 2018

Saturday, late,

you know what that means

I'd say the gator won

Late last week a group of golfers at Fiddler’s Creek Golf Club in Naples, Florida came across just that. The group was on the tenth hole when they spotted a large alligator munching on an equally large python which was wrapped around it’s body.

If this information is correct, this asshat committed assault with a deadly weapon, at the least, I'd say.  And I'd imagine there will be questions about investigating this.

Blood dancers gonna dance, any opportunity.  Dirtbags.

If there's already this much evidence, it'll be interesting what else discovery finds.  And Google deserves every bit of trouble they get over this crap.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Friday evening,

and it's not bad out there(at least this part of the country); so if you're out, enjoy it and take care of the data analysis later.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Gee, I wonder why a party-line vote...

A review of a classified document outlining what is described as extensive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuse was made available to all House members Thursday and the revelations could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and Department of Justice, several sources with knowledge of the document stated. These sources say the report is “explosive,” stating they would not be surprised if it leads to the end of Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel investigation into President Trump and his associates.

The House Intelligence Committee passed the motion along party lines Thursday to make the classified report alleging extensive ‘FISA Abuse’ related to the controversial dossier available to all House members.
Why, you'd think there was something in it that one party didn't want people to know about.

"Hey, just because we're public servants doesn't mean

you get to see what we do!  Even(especially) if we screwed up."

Also works out to "You can make us wear cameras, but you can't look at what they show us doing."

Speaking of stupid people in places of authority,

Biological women who legally define themselves as men will not be routinely scanned for breast and cervical cancer, even if they retain these organs and remain at risk, the National Health Service (NHS) has said.

However, at the same time, biological men who regard themselves as women are being invited for cervical smear tests – even though it is impossible for them to have a cervix – an official guidebook states.
"What the hell?" you might think.
So-called ‘trans health adviser’ Aedan Wolton featured in a related NHS Choices video and blog post, where he claimed that smear tests could be uncomfortable for “trans masculine people” who are biological women as it could offend how they perceive themselves.

He also claimed that words and references to the biological organs of men and women “can trigger feelings of gender dysphoria” in the transgendered.
Because 'sensitivity' and 'feels' are far more important than, say, protecting some people from disease and wasting time and money on useless tests for others.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Kim has a piece on pocket pistols,

'Handy, but don't depend on them', but I think he missed one of their prime reasons for being: winter.  A heavy coat can make it difficult to access your belt-carried sidearm, so something that'll fit in a pocket  and is easy to reach and draw can be very handy.  No, it won't be as powerful as, say, a M&P or a Sig P320, but it'll be enough to, at the least, buy you time.

Ok, so Sorbo wasn't even going to that Comicon

that he was banned from...  Apparently the new virtue-signalling thing is banning people who don't know you and weren't coming.  Because feels and stupid.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Durbin's lied before about what was said in meetings, so

not only is there "Why believe him?", but anyone who'd trust him at a meeting is a fool.

Also: it's long beyond entertaining and well into "Fuck this and fuck you, asshole" territory to watch someone have a fit calling you a "Trumper!" when you point out that something is either flatly bullshit, or not to be trusted without some kind of proof.

So, the GAO did a study trying to illegally buy guns online; didn't work.  So now the Democrats are whining that "You didn't do the study right!"  Because it damages one of their favorite talking points.  Get this from Schatz:
He continued, “Our view is that it is still absolutely possible to legally purchase guns online. The way that the GAO analysts did it is, they announced to the sellers, ‘Hey I’d like to buy some guns illegally.’ I think the sellers are wise enough to that to decline, so we did not agree with their methodology, but we’ll continue to work on this issue.”
Got that?  Someone does what the Democrats have claimed is done, and couldn't buy a gun.  So "You didn't do it right!"

And doing business legitimately doesn't count either:
TheDC asked Sen. Schatz if he took issue with these websites that operate legitimately and he stated he could not address the issue at that time.
Translation: "I hate them and want them out of business no matter what, but I can't say that outright."
Once again: The hell they 'don't want to take your guns'.

So: guy quite possibly lied on the forms(felony, let us remember), and then writes a story about GUN!  And this is part of it:
You could almost say that a gun wants to be shot. I know that sounds like a magic busload of hippie nonsense, and I have no doubt that experienced gun collectors would scoff at the idea, but I swear I felt it. Not like it was calling out to me or anything, but as soon as it was in the room, it was the main thing about that room, a temperature raiser, an undeniable source of power.
Why yes, it IS hippie bullshit.
And don't worry, it gets worse.

Monday, January 15, 2018

On that lawsuit against Google:

There are expensive, time-consuming, exasperating lawsuits, and then there are radioactive lawsuits that poison everyone who comes within a mile of them. And this lawsuit almost certainly falls into the latter category.
Personally, I certainly hope so.

The whole attitude behind 'zero-tolerance' crap:
“I asked: ‘In the time it would have taken him to go get a teacher, could that kid’s throat have been slit?’ She said yes, but that’s beside the point. That we ‘don’t condone heroics in this school.’
Yeah.  Better some kid wind up in the hospital or dead than your precious policy be violated.

" 'Due process'?  How dare you violate our Narrative by calling for that!"  More leftist autophagy.

Some words about third-world shitholes from someone who's been there.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

The ghosts of Ruby Ridge and Waco are still around, and still causing problems.

For damned good reasons.

Not long ago I'd have said "Until the EffingBI and DoJ clean house and start firing and prosecuting personnel who lie and break laws and violate the public trust, this is only going to get worse."  Problem is, the idiots in charge- and a bunch of their minions- basically considered such statements and said "Hold my daiquiri and watch this!"

So now we have another case of feds lying in sworn statements, hiding/screwing with evidence, and otherwise doing things that they put plain old citizens in jail for, and whining about being caught.  And demanding respect when they've thrown away any reason they should be trusted.  Yeah, I don't doubt there are honest FBI agents who don't abuse their authority, or break the law; there are DoJ lawyers who don't do those things either.  Guess what?

It doesn't bloody matter.  Because all the ones who DO do those things get away with it.  Over and over.  And completely screw- no, they take integrity and honor, wipe their ass with them, and flush them.  And, knowing that, why should anyone trust ANY of them?  Basic statement: "You may be one of the honest ones who don't do that crap.  But since I don't know you, and don't know if that's true, then I'd be a fool to trust a word you say."

Comey and his fellow shitheads, and the corrupt bastards at DoJ, have trashed trust.  And I really don't know if it'll be possible to rebuild it.  Which is a really depressing thought.

"We don't want THOSE people here, they have badthink virus!"

East Coast Comicon promoter Cliff Galbraith bragged on Facebook about turning Kevin Sorbo away from Comicon in New Jersey this year based on Sorbo's relationship with conservative talk show host Sean Hannity.
Such wonderful people, aren't they?

Or, as Mike Williamson has put it, "Remember when the left cared about free speech?  Me neither."

Because 'Diversity above all else!'  Except when someone doesn't have the proper 'progressive' attitudes, THEN diversity is bad...
A former dean is suing the University of Missouri School of Medicine for wrongful termination, alleging that she was fired because of her race and skepticism of certain diversity initiatives.