Saturday, January 15, 2022

The people involved in this bullshit need to be fired,

be they doctors or admins or whatever I do not give a damn.  If you want to ration health care based on a patients skin color, at BEST you are a fucking idiot.  And you should have no, EVER AGAIN, ability to even touch on such a subject, because you've proven what a shit human being you are.
And if you've actually done this to people, and anyone suffered harm from it, you should be sued for everything you have or ever will have.  AND face criminal charges.

This is so fucking disgusting I'm having a hard time  with this.

And 'tis the seventh evening once again

And, it being fairly damned cold outside, I'm staying in.  If you're current weather is anything like this, I'd suggest you do the same.  And if you don't have company, do your studies

Friday, January 14, 2022

Sixth evening and cold moving in, so

stay inside and study

'Reality' is one thing Twatter isn't,

and Rowling- and some others- are proving it..
Rowling herself is doing just fine as well. The latest entry in her successful Cormoran Strike detective series, which she writes under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, was an international best seller and moved more copies upon release than any prior book in the series. In May, it won Best Crime and Thriller Fiction Book of the Year at the British Book Awards. (Insider, on the other hand, called this same book “poorly received.”) Rowling’s October children’s book, The Christmas Pig, another international best seller, sold over 60,000 copies in just its first week. (The entertainment site Giant Freakin Robot: “JK Rowling Facing Brutal Fan Reactions to New Children’s Book.”) Simply put, Rowling sells more books in a day than the critics claiming she’s been shunned will sell in a lifetime.
Twatter is run by bigoted clowns who delight in trashing anything they disapprove of.  Especially someone like Rowling.  Or anyone, including doctors and researchers, who dare to speak 'misinformation'.  And the Twatter dwellers love it, and cannot understand why they're unable to cancel EVERYBODY!!

"Trust the Science!" With clowns like these involved,

that would not be the best idea.  And a LOT of clowns like these are involved, from Fauci down.
It sometimes feels like researchers are striving to give people reasons to doubt science in the age of COVID. In the most recent example, the DisInformation Chronicle discovered that, in one of the most widely read science journal articles of 2020, researchers wrote that it was a “conspiracy theory” to claim that the COVID-19 pandemic could have started from a lab accident in China. However, they violated publishing ethics by not disclosing that the article had been secretly edited by two scientists whose lab research involves genetically engineering coronaviruses.

The commentary titled, “No credible evidence supporting claims of the laboratory engineering of SARS-CoV-2“ appeared in the journal Emerging Microbes & Infections, which is published by Taylor and Francis. The authors also appear to have bypassed the normal process of peer review, according to emails made public by U.S. Right to Know.

I would like to hear a good reason that doesn't involve 'celebrity'

for why someone with a badge hasn't shown up at this dickheads' door, and seized the phone.  Y'know, like they'd have done with just about anyone else?

A shooting experiment

The .310 Cadet has been discussed here before, and the last- for now- experiment has been tried.  X-Treme makes a 7.62 123-grain bullet, intended for SKS and such, and I saw mention of someone trying it in the Cadet.

I had some, and tried them at 30 yards at the indoor range.  Not bad, so yesterday finally had the chance to try some at 100, over 4.0 grains Unique.  Considering conditions, not bad, I'd like to try this again, when I have more of the bullets.  I haven't slugged the bore on the rifle in question so I don't know the groove diameter, apparently tight enough for a .311 bullet to work.

Berry's Bullets makes a similar bullet(also sold out), but the thicker plating that would be good in other rifles would probably not work well here.  So, someday, I'll get some more and see how it goes.

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Why don't they want people- including defendants- to see the videos?

Same reason the EffingBI says "I can't answer that" to a Congressional Committee where they're under oath: because they have a lot to hide.

And most of our Professional Journalists are helping.  Because they're hacks working for their party.  If there was video of one of the BLM/antifa riots the feds wouldn't release, they'd be having fits and demanding it(unless it proved the leftist clowns guilt).  "All the news that's fit to print" my ass.

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Guy, I don't mind you wanting to bargain the price down,

Don't lie to me.  That really pisses me off.

Tell me you're lying and these people are assets of the EffingBI without actually saying it

Holy. Shit.  The 'premier' law enforcement agency in the country, we're told.

This oathbreaking, perjuring bastard is getting paid to lecture about 'protecting democracy'

while getting away with his crimes because our Do'J' wiped his record.

Wonder how much tuition money the University of Chicago paid this garbage?

While Mexico wants to sue US firearms makers,

it'd be nice if they'd at least attempt to clean up their own house.  
Of course, if they did it'd really cut down on the kickbacks and bribes.
Mexico’s Army (SEDENA) is losing approximately 30 percent of weapons purchased from the U.S., a report from Mexican journalist Carlos Loret De Mola revealed. The report comes as Mexico’s federal government litigates against firearm manufacturers in a U.S. court, blaming them for the raging cartel violence.

Those missing weapons are showing up in crime scenes. Mexico’s military has also allegedly misplaced weapons bought from Germany, Australia, Italy, Romania, Spain, and Belgium.

Which would explain all those automatic weapons that Mexico claims are somehow picked up at gun shows and such.

Monday, January 10, 2022

You're already seeing a LOT of clowns either backpedaling or flatly doing a 180 on what they've been saying

for, what, two years now?  It started with "Cloth masks are useless", and continues with it now being a surprise that being badly overweight is a real risk factor for Wuhan.  Despite having ignored/rediculed that for this whole time.  

When the "I have ALL THE SHOTS!" people are getting Wuhan, often at rates worse than those nasty non-conformers, it requires a change of the Preferred Narrative™.

Also, a lot more people, having found that their Professional Journalists have been lying to them, are finding out what one helluva lot of doctors and professors and researchers have been saying, and getting really pissed about being lied to.  

Also there's an election coming, and the left really wants to try and get out from under the slight problem of "You lied to us, and people are dying because of it."

On that subject, remember the insurance guy talking about the big rise in death rate for working-age people?  Here's a bit more.  I don't doubt that part of this is from idiot politicians telling people they can't get treatment unless it's 'emergency'(by THEIR definition) letting diseases get out of control, and said idiots really don't want to face the blame for that.

Going to be an interesting next while.

Ever watched a movie or video of people going down a river with really steep rock faces

and thought 'I'd stay the hell away from that'?  
Well, it happenedThis says 10 dead.

I'm sure someone will start yelling 'climate change', but this guy has it:
“It’s normal to happen in many canyons, even with rocks of that size,” Antonelli said. "But nowadays, with the intensification of tourism, people are starting to get closer to these places and to register these phenomena with their cell phones."
Much like better radar and more people around able to call in reports leads to more tornadoes in the count.

Sunday, January 09, 2022

Today's lesson from English Literature

"It is terrible to contemplate how few politicians are hanged." G.K. Chesterton