Friday, September 29, 2006

President Clinton's Tantrum




















Regarding EX (for you libs that keep forgetting that part) EX-President Clinton's childish and petulant outburst:

Where I work, when a guy reacts that way to a question, he usually gets asked if he may have gotton some sand in his vagina.

Granted, this is uncouth and terribly non-PC, but I work in a foundry ya know.
Tough crowd, and there is a lot of sand there.

And it is kind of funny.

I'm surprised Clinton didn't call Chris Wallace (yes, Mike Wallace's son) a dirty Jooo or a racist.
Those seem to be the only pages in the libs election-time playbook.

BTW, the whiny frat-boy thing is wearing very thin, Billy.

In closing, I think FrankJ, from IMAO said it best about Clinton:

"Tip for Bill Clinton: Your Presidential legacy is a stained blue dress; learn to live with it."

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Don't Forget!!

There is still time to attend the Gun Bloggers' Rendezvous.
Mr. Completely has the scoop over at his site, and at the GBR site, as well.
Fun, prizes and good times will ensue.
Hurry, hurry!!!

Also, this is the last weekend to shoot the latest ePostal Match - Handgun and Rifle Golf - over at Traction Control. Head on over and check it out.

Priceless

Box of Trojans:

$7.95














Cheap teddy thingy:

$23.99




















Bottle of Jack Daniels:

$21.00




















The look on a pedotard's face when Chris Hansen from Dateline walks through the door instead of a 14 year old girl:

Freakin' priceless!












There's some things money can't buy, but I'll pay to smite a pedotard.
















A commonality noted about these pervs - they all have the same story:

1. "I'm not here for sex."

2. "I've never done this before; this is the first time."

3. "I'll never do it again."

My other favorite part of the show is when the cops take the perv down outside and they cry like a little girl.

Mmmmm....irony...

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

A Thousand Pardons.

I would like to offer my apologies to my friends in California, regarding a recent post I had regarding the spraying of retardant in their state.

I was reading the Dem-friendly Toledo Blade yesterday (which, curiously, has a bunch of union workers locked out right now, BTW) and saw this letter to the editor:

A simple plan
Here's a plan to get out of Iraq.

1. Say "Gee, we're sorry. We thought you had weapons of mass destruction. We made a mistake. We're leaving now."

2. Release Saddam Hussein and turn the country back over to him. Let him worry about civil war, roving gangs, infrastructure, untrained/unreliable police and military, terrorists, and so on.

3. Bring our guys/gals home and watch the fun from afar. Saddam will be too busy to be a danger to us.

4. Optional but recommended: Impeach President Bush for taking us into Iraq.
This is so idiotic, it doesn't even bear fisking.

So I apologize to my friends from Califonistan, as the retardant seems to have spread over here to Ohio, and is not just in their lovely state.

Maybe I should sue California like they're suing the auto industry, for polluting the minds of so many people living near and in bigger cities in Ohio.

Note: I only read this rag (The Blade) when I find it lying around, and I never pay actual money for it.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Cure for Depression

Sometimes when I feel blue, I like to watch an uplifting video or two.
If these clips of people getting tasered can't bring you out of a funk, you should start drinking.

A lot.

Tasered Moonbats.
I love the smell of burning hippies in the morning...

Rude, loud-mouthed "lady" gets tasered.
(She even played the race card for a speeding ticket.)

Foul-mouthed, drunk Ohiyan gets zapped.
Heh. Go to Michigan next time.

340 lbs goes down.
Now that there is a big boy.

Not quite 340, but not small.

Don't you feel better now? :)

I know I do.

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Dang.

I thought I had the California voting trends mystery figured out when I was watching the news.

They said this huge airplane was dropping retardant from the air.

AH-HAAA!!! Mystery solved!!!!

But then I found out it was just fire-retardent for the wild-fires, and not behaivor modification chemicals.

Crap.
Back to the drawing board...

Lesson (Re) Learned



















High quality taps, used for cutting threads into drilled holes, will NOT flex for you when you just don't have quite enough room to get the drill motor in a straight line with the hole, due to the door brace being in the way.

*tink!*
(Insert expletive here...)

I can name that tune.

The sad part is, I already knew this information.
(For the last couple of decades.)

Friday, September 22, 2006

Sherrod Brown

Sherrod Brown is running for Senator against Mike DeWine in Ohio.

On TV, Brown said he'd put the middle class first.

What?
You hate the poor and the well-paid both?

A**hole.

Of course, DeWine is an asshat too...

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Dear Chavez...













This would look so cool in my yard...

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Go Ask Alice














(Click on pic to hugify - It's got a lot of detail!)

One pill makes you larger

And one pill makes you small...

This hopper must have had several of the latter.

This little guy(?) was on top of my mailbox when I came home the other afternoon.
I carefully put the dime in the picture for a frame of reference.

I suppose I could have also just said he was 18 times the size of Hillary's heart, but warmer.

Or, he stands 55 times taller than the report containg the Democrats' truly new ideas and plans for the country.

How about he carries the same amount of weight as the Liberals credibility on defense - give or take a doite.

He's 7 times smaller than the Prozac pill Howard Dean needs to take every day.

He has as much impact on the structure my house, as the Constitution has on most politicians decisions.

If he was an radical Arab, Nazi, or a Leftist toad, he would blame his stature on the Joooos!

I'm still trying to figure out how he got on top of my rural, sitting-on-top-of-a-post mailbox.
I did not see any wings on him, and I don't think they can stick to vertical and upside donw surfaces like flies.

I'll just go ask Alice, when she is just as small.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Celebrate Diversity




















Be diverse - buy a rifle and a pistol and a shotgun.
Be more diverse - Get more than one caliber of each!!

One would think that the last people in the world that would want to be disarmed would be Jews, blacks, and whatever the hell you call non-heterosexual and/or tran-whatever people these days (gay, queer, homosexual – could some one send me an updated list? I'm confused.).

Curiously, members of these groups vote for and praise gun banners (foreign and domestic) in droves.
I just don’t get it…


As always, thanks to Oleg Volk at his great site - A Human Right - for the poster.
Go check him out.

Monday, September 18, 2006

Peacin Out, Holmes!

So that wacky pope is at it again!
And the peace addicts are up in arms!!











Could you see this guy knocking on your door?
"Hello.
Have you accepted Mohmmed as your personal savior?
If not, I'm going to have to behead you slowly, on camera, with this rusty scimitar while you are still conscious.

I will also rape your daughters and kill all of your sons.
Or maybe the other way around. It depends on my mood.
Do you have any goats?

Have a nice day.
Peace be upon you. :)"
Don't make the religion of pieces angry, you dirty Zionist Catholics!!
Are you trying to start a war or something?










Islam means peace and love, but it's a TOUGH love.
REAL tough.



















Hey! Wait a minute!!
Islam means SUBMISSION (or surrender)!!

Sorry.
My bad.

Honestly, I guess I would feel better if large groups of Muslims would protest suicide bombers and mass slaughter instead of just threatening death to critics that don't like death threats and slaughters.
You know, like a "not in our name" thing, but with a non-evil, commie-less bent to it.
And less stinky.
Stoopid dirty hippies.

Does that make me intolerant?
Come on folks, think about the children (WARNING!!!)

Friday, September 15, 2006

How to Be a Mainstream LIberal

Make up a "fact", or read something retarded on the web.

Use anything that you could even remotely construe as supportive as proof.

When proven false, scream about a conspiracy or a cover-up.
Go to a rally and hold up a gay sign.




















Get laughed at.

Repeat.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Liberal Logic















Liberals say they don't trust government (especially the present administration!!!).

Yet they vote for people who have the goal of making sure the only entity that has guns is.....

You guessed it:
Government.
Because then we'll be safe.
Governments never kill unarmed citizens.

Bongs are amazing, aren't they?
I mean, you'd have to be high to follow that logic...

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

When You Want to Give the Best.




















Finally!
Flowers a guy can appreciate!!

Heh. Pretty sweet.


Hat tip to my friend, and Guns and Roses fan, Samantha Burns for the finding this and for the linky-love!!

Picture courtesy of Prezzies Plus.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

ePostal Contest September 2006















The September 2006 ePostal contest is up!!

This month it is being hosted by US Citizen of Traction Control.

This time it's Pistol Golf!
Crap!! I'm a worse golfer than I am a shooter.

This one looks tough, so people should start shooting early for practice.

A big thanks to US Citizen for hosting.

Be safe, and happy shooting.

http://www.well-regulatedmilitia.org/TractionControl/?p=177

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Sarah Khan - A Tribute















Sarah Khan is the name of the lady I got from The 2996 Project.

Sarah was murdered on September 11th, 2001 in New York City.

I didn't know Sarah.
Yet amazingly, writing this is still very emotional.
She was only 32 years old, married, and a mother of 2.

Below are some of the comments and inforomation I found about Sarah Khan.

The Surf Spoke to Her


She worked high atop 1 World Trade Center, but Sarah Khan was happiest at sea level. Her idea of a day well spent centered on a trip to Jones Beach with her husband and their two daughters, ages 11 and 13, where they would play volleyball and listen to music over a picnic lunch. The surf would crash and the birds would call, and the Khan family would enjoy every minute of it. "She would make her stuff, and I would go get my ice bucket," said her husband, Nazam. "I have so many pictures of her, out at the beach."

A cafeteria manager for Forte Food, which ran the Cantor Fitzgerald dining rooms, Mrs. Khan, 32, emigrated from Guyana in 1992, arriving in New York where her husband had settled two years earlier. They coordinated their schedules to maximize their time with the children; she worked early and got home when school let out; he went in a little later, after getting everyone ready for the day. On weekends the Khans liked to go to the movies or to the theater, all together.

Mrs. Khan had dark eyes, dark hair and a warm smile, which she lavished on family and friends. "Her pretty smile," her husband said. "That is the first thing you will see."

Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on April 21, 2002.
Some messages:

From: Riaz Khan
Date: 03/14/2006
Message: May Allah rest her sole in peace with the rest of the innocent people who died invain.

From: Michael
Date: 02/10/2006
Message: It is odd....because I was looking online for any info on my ex-gf Sarah Khan whom I lived with for 4 years and who I remember most when we watched the ghastly infliction of 9/11. When I think of her, I think of us watching the televised broadcast nonstop of that day. Ironic.

From: Tristan "ParTy Done CRew!"
Date: 07/08/2006
Message: wow this is hard to believe, u never know what could happen, i know her daughter, shes a sweet girl, i will alwayz be dere for her......


More messages:

Ms. Marie K.Lally
09/12/2002 3:29:20 AM
I will honor and remember your name Sarah Khan forever. May your soul raise again someday. I Know your cousin Robin and his wife Vanie, may GOD help them in there grief. I love them alot, Vanie work for me cleaning my house, and we have become like daughter and mother. May GOD help your husband,and your two children in there grief. Time will heal the pain,that all Americans feel for your loss and this country. I grief for you and your family and for all the other lives that were lost on that day.

ALI JAAN
03/31/2004 2:51:03 PM
i dont know who eva u were sarah .. but u were a soul sent on the planet by GOD ... u must have lived a good life for sure because when god makes someone he also divide happiness and grief to everyone ... I dont have much to say but i'll pray that MAY UR SOUL REST IN PEACE . (amen)

faraz
11/10/2004 2:40:42 PM
i dont know what can i say but i like u thank u

Melinda Khan
12/10/2004 11:06:30 AM
I am so sorry I was pg at the time of 9/11, my dd was born 3 months later and her name is Sarah Khan. I wish you much healing.
And this:

It is one year later. You passed away, and I never met you. Today, at a Day of Remembrance ceremony, in rememberance to the victims who tragically lost their lives, I was given your name. To think about, to remember, to pray for. Sarah, you were close to my age, only 7 years older. We could have been sisters or friends. I am truly sorry you lost your life. That your life ended in the way that it did. But believe me, you will be remembered. I will remember you. The only thing I know about you is your name. But I can imagine that you were loved. By family, by friends. I hope that you are at peace.

And finally this one; it hurts the most:

I miss you so much mommy.It's been so long since i'v seen you and felt your love, but it seems like juss yesterday you gave me a kiss goodnight.You will always be in my heart and i will never forget you. I love you mom
Annie
God bless you, Sarah.
I'm sorry you came to this country to have a better life, only to have it snuffed out so early.
You and your family have my prayers.

It is my hope a tragedy like this never befalls another family ever again.
Wishful thinking, I know.

But I'm still praying for it.

And I will never forget...

Friday, September 08, 2006

Unreal

I hate rapists and pedophiles.
Personally, I think there should be a provision for the death penalty for them (and there is in Ohio, for child-rapists in some circumstances - Hooray!!).

However, this bugs me -

From the (blech) Toledo Blade:

Plan gains to publicly identify accused
Ohio panel backs registry proposal

COLUMBUS - An Ohio legislative panel yesterday rubber-stamped an unprecedented process that would allow sex offenders to be publicly identified and tracked even if they've never been charged with a crime.
Say wha? What happened to due process, jury of you peers and all that jazz?
Oh, yeah; you don't need it anymore!! See here:

No one in attendance voiced opposition to rules submitted by Attorney General Jim Petro's office to the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review, consisting of members of the Ohio House and Senate.

A recently enacted law allows county prosecutors, the state attorney general, or, as a last resort, alleged victims to ask judges to civilly declare someone to be a sex offender even when there has been no criminal verdict or successful lawsuit.

The person's name, address, and photograph would be placed on a new Internet database and the person would be subjected to the same registration and community notification requirements and restrictions on where he could live.


Isn't this right out of the Democratic playbook? If (someone we don't like) is charged, that means they're guilty. ("The seriousness of the charges...")
The consitutional issues, as well as the massive potential for abuses, are nothinig short of staggering. And of course, the next step will be to extend this to other undesirables. Tax cheats, gun owners, speeders, whomever.
I don't have a problem tracking pedophiles, but what about the wrongly accused (I've seen some nasty divorce accusations before). What about the right to face your accuser (including the government) in front of a jury?
And " No one in attendance voiced opposition"? No one? Not one? Not even a little?

A civilly declared offender, however, could petition the court to have the person's name removed from the new list after six years if there have been no new problems and the judge believes the person is unlikely to abuse again.

Don't judges have too much power already? Now he could keep a person on a public list for life (although they don't come right out and say it, that is what it says), even having never been convicted? And track them?
And no one thought there was any problem with this?
Scary.
What happened to the rule of law? Where are the Ohio Republican House and Senate members to back the Constitution?

Why do I see many many men in the middle of divorce cases being threatened with and/or actually put on such a list.

I called the Attorney General's office, and expressed my concerns. The AG's lackey first didn't know anything, and then said the AG, Jim Petro, just filed rules the Representatives wanted, but really didn't have anything to do with it himself.

As to the Constitutionality of anything, I was told if it's found unconstitutional, then so be it.
I then countered that someone could introduce a slavery bill, and if it didn't get found unconstitutional, we'd be back in time at the stroke of a pen. This caused some noticable consternation on the lackey's part! I almost got a "well, that's different" out of her, but she folded at the end.

Then I asked if the ever actually has an opinion on rules and law and was told no.
After I laughed and pointed out that was retarded, I was then informed that "maybe" he had an opinion, and she would have the "press people" get back with me, to let me know whether he had an opinion or not.

Never happened.

I also emailed my Rep Steve Bueher, and have never heard back.
Apparently, it's just not a big deal.
But I'm thinking maybe it is.

I'm going to do some more emailing, I guess.

Contact info here: Ohio Attorney General; Ohio House of Representatives; Ohio Senate.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

August ePostal Results

Here are the ePostal results.
Please let me know if there are any scoring or category problems, or if you have a link that I didn't get into the post.

Thanks to all for shooting.

Also, thanks to Mr. Completely for letting me host!

Mellow Rino (Slow fire)
Class One (rimfire):


Billll – Ruger MK I, semi-auto, 22LR, ghost ring sight, Left Hand = 87, Right Hand = 92, Total = 179

Mr. Completely - High Standard Citation ML-106 w/red dot sight, semi-auto, 22LR, Left Hand = 83, Right Hand = 81, Total = 164

Roland238 - Ruger .22/45 Mk. 3, 5 1/2" barrel, red-dot scope, Left Hand = 76, Right Hand = 86, Total = 162

jimmyb – Ruger MKII 51/2” barrel, ATN Red dot scope, Left Hand = 59, Right Hand = 98, Total = 157

US Citizen - Ruger Mark III, semi-auto, 22LR, 5.5” barrel, Iron Sights, Left Hand = 78, Right Hand = 76, Total = 154

US Citizen - Smith & Wesson 22A ‘Plinker’, Semi-Auto, 7” Barrel, UltraDOT Pan-A-V sight, Left Hand = 39?, Right Hand = 91, Total = 125

KurtP - Taurus ,22 revolver w/open sites @ Left Hand = 61, Right Hand = 58, Total = 119


Mellow Rino
Class 2 (centerfire):



BC – 9mm Makarov, open sights Left Hand = 50, Right Hand = 67, Total – 117


Mellow Rino
Class 5 (air rifle):



Hunter (age 9!) – Remington Airmaster 77 .177 cal – Left Hand = 60, Right Hand = 67, Total 127



Garrett (age 11!) - Airmaster 77 .177 cal – Left Hand = 83, Right Hand = 80, Total 163



Charging Insane Angry Rino (Rapid fire)
Class One:


Mr. Completely - High Standard Citation ML-106 w/red dot sight, semi-auto, 22LR, Left Hand = 101, Right Hand = 101, Total = 202

Roland238 - Ruger .22/45 Mk. 3, 5 1/2" barrel, red-dot scope, Left Hand = 96, Right Hand = 97, Total = 193


Charging Rino
Class 2:


jimmyb – Glock 19, all stock, open sights. Left Hand = 83, Right Hand = 95, Total = 178

Notes of interest:

Roland238 is my 15 year old nephew, who will be shooting the bullseye pistol league with me this fall.

KurtP was shooting with a bumb shoulder (ouch!) - that's dedication!
US Citizen shot next to a group trying to make enough noise to simulate WWIII (and liked it!).
You gotta love belt-fed and full-auto stuff! Woo-hoo!!

Billll's MK I is from 1952. Very cool.

Mr. Completely had these observations:
1. Weak had rapid fire is a lot slower than rapid fire.
2. Hitting ANYTHING is tough with your weak hand, and tougher if you hurry.
3. Anything larger than a .22 in my weak hand would be dangerous without a lot of practice!
4. Probably the hardest e-Postal handgun match we've had.

jimmyb - I noted that trying to shoot a pistol left-handed with Volquartsen right-handed target grips pretty much bites.


MensaB
shot(?) a target, but I'm not sure with what. Scary.



















I'll let you know when and where the next one is as soon as I find out!
Happy (and of course, safe) shooting!! :)

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Equal Opportunity



















Amen. Kind of says it all, doesn't it?

Thanks to the Asian Badger and Jenn for the graphic.

Also, if you Google the term - Asian Badger - do NOT click on the "Did you mean:..." option.









It will NOT take you to sites with intelligent, pithy, conservative commentary.
Nor will it give you information on wood chewing rodents residing in Pakistan or China.
It will, however.... eh, you don't want to know.
You have been warned.
Stoopid Google.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Public Service Announcement

Don't vote Democratic this election or Dick Cheney will come over to your house and shoot you in the face.

At least that's what I heard; so why risk it?

Monday, September 04, 2006

Happy Labor Day!

I hope you are having a great holiday.
How about celebrating Labor Day by buying something MADE IN AMERICA!!!

A novel concept, to be sure.
But give it a try.

Here's what I got:


















Variable speed, reversing with a 1/2 inch chuck.
Ohhhh, yeeeeaahhhhh.
It has enough torque to twist the head off of a godless commie.
Just kidding, I don't want to mess up the shiny on it.

And also, this is made in the good old US of A!! Hooray!!!
(Or, Amurca, if you will!! Thanks FM!)

Is the testosterone level higher in here, or is it just me?

Later.
I've got holes to drill.

I Think I'm Psychic

Overheard in the grocery aisle from what sounded to be a 3 or 4 year old child:

"Mmmmmmmasengil!
That's what you buy, huh Mom?"
Out of the mouths of babes.

I could tell the lady's face was red without even looking.
I should pick the lottery numbers next... ;)

Friday, September 01, 2006

How Come...?

So another person with a name that sounds suspiciously al-like (Omeed Aziz Popal), has tried to murder a dozen+ people before being stopped (by people w/guns, I might add).
At least one person is dead.

Check out this news video from KTVU: Hit and Run Rampage

This line, towards the very end of the broadcast, is becoming typical:

"One witness told us the suspect referred to HIMSELF as a terrorist, but police say this case may have been many things, but it was not an act of terrorism."
Oh, REEEEEEEEEEEAALLY?!?!

How come nearly every time a person with a middle-eastern sounding name trys to murder a large group of people, the first thing we hear is, "it's not terrorism or a hate crime"?
Even when the perp says it is? Remember the Jewish Center shooting in Seattle?
I wonder, since the press doesn't seem to.
But then again, the Jon Benet case is still quite pressing.
When some white, psycho a**hole shoots up a mosque, you can bet your bippy the press will be calling it terrorism for months.
And it would be. I just tire of the double standard.

Anyway, all I can say is, thank God noone had a firearm, or that kind, peace-loving man might have been injured in his quest to slaughter innocent people.
Once again, the San-Fran gun laws are an undisputed triumph for the people.
/sarcasm

Point Five has the straight poop here:
"Melting Pot" Of Victims Shows Depth Of Muslim Integration

“Look at the rich pageant of victims of Mr. Popal. A motorcyclist, a child, a pedestrian walking in a bike lane. It’s like a Norman Rockwell painting come to life– and then mowed down.”

Man, even as twisted as this whole story is, THAT'S funny.
And terribly sad....