Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Who Says...

Who says there is no wisdom in television.
And why does this quote make me think of liberals?

"You don't call retarded people retards; it's bad taste.
You call your friends retards, when they're acting retarded."
- Michael Scott, The Office

I choked on my beer when he said that.
The Office is a quirky and fairly funny show.
It might be worth checking out...

Monday, October 30, 2006

Just Wondering

Little Miss Chatterbox of The Chatterbox Chronicles has a great video of Lynn Cheney asking Wolf Blitzer if he and the CNN crew want America to win the war on terror.
It's pretty sweet.

And speaking of CNN siding with the terrorists:

Why does CNN (Caliphate News Network?) have no problem showing US soldiers getting killed, but will not show terrorists getting killed by US soldiers?

Why don't they show US citizens jumping off the world trade center?

Why won't they show terrorists executing reporters and civilians?

I guess the spirit of Ted Turner is still alive and well and roaming the halls at CNN...

Thursday, October 26, 2006

In My Neighborhood

When I stepped outside of my house yesterday, I heard gun-fire.

That's a good thing, round these parts.

It sounds like freedom.


Tuesday, October 24, 2006

This Is a Test.

Here is a question test to check if someone is a VRWC member (or something else):

Q: How many guns do you own?

Possible Answers:

Hippie - Facist!!

Liberal Politician or Hollyweird Star-
I don't have a gun, but my security team members have at least two full-auto ones each, at all times, but that's ok; I'm special.

Liberal Democrat - What exactly do you mean by.... guns?
Civilize people don't need or own guns *sniff*.

Rural Democrat - One, somewhere around here. I don't see why you worry about guns so much. They'll never take them away from people in THIS country.

Republican - Three. One pistol, one rifle, and one shotgun.

Libertarian - As many as I wish and can afford.

VRWC Member- Uhhhh...what do you mean by how many, exactly? You mean like a hard number?
(Starts counting on fingers... on both hands).
I can probably give you a rough estimate. Sort of.
I dunno? How many should I have?
Not enough.

Ultra-VRWC - What the hell is it to you, commie? You writing a book?

Monday, October 23, 2006

A Whopper.

A story told by a now-retired co-worker.

It was a dark and stormy night.
Two in the morning.
I was riding my Harley Davidson motorcycle down interstate XX.
Tired, but fighting on to finish the ride home.

It is raining hard. Lightening, thunder, sheets of water - one after the other.
The water stings.
I can barely see.
But yet, I continue on.

Then, seemingly out of nowhere, a semitrailer pulls across the interstate to turn left, putting his trail at a perfect right angle to my path!
I do the only thing I can do.

I lay the bike down, and slide under the semi's trailer that has crossed my path. Once on the other side, I manage to right the bike out of the slide, while still moving, and continue riding on.

Co-worker: Holy crap, Dude!! Weren't you scared.

Dude: Nah, but my wife was; she was riding on the back at the time.

And the Academy Award goes to....

Friday, October 20, 2006

A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words.

For all of you communist sympathizers, and those of you that vote for Commicrats (read Schumer, Clinton, Pelosi, Kennedy, etc.), I hope you find this a "enlightening".

What's that Billy Squire song? In The Dark?

From the UK's Daily Mail:

North Korea might now have The Bomb, but it doesn't have much electricity

As the world grapples with how to rein in the "axis of evil" state which this week conducted a nuclear test, this spectacular satellite photo unveiled yesterday by US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld shows in stark detail the haves and have-nots of the Korean peninsula.

The regime in the north is so short of electricity that the whole country is switched off at 9 p.m. - apart from the capital of Pyongyang where dictator Kim Jong-il and his cohorts live in relative luxury. But even there, lighting is drastically reduced.

The result, as shown in this picture taken one night earlier this week, is a startling contrast between the blacked-out north and the south, which is ablaze with light, particularly around major cities and the capital, Seoul, in the north-west of the country.

Mr Rumsfeld showed the picture to illustrate how backward the northern regime really is - and how oppressed its people are. Without electricity there can be none of the appliances that make life easy and that we take for granted, he said.

"Except for my wife and family, that is my favourite photo," said Mr Rumsfeld.

"It says it all. There's the south, the same people as the north, the same resources north and south, and the big difference is in the south it's a free political system and a free economic system. "The people in the north are starving, their growth is stunted. It's a shame, a tragedy." An aide added: "This oppressive regime is too busy trying to make war to make life comfortable for its people"

Darkness, gloom.

Literally, and figuratively...

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Please Recycle

Use STERILIZED, fumigated, and de-hempified hippie mulches and fertilizers.

This message brought to you by the non-profit Conservative UAW Guys for a Green, Hippie-Free Planet.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Can There Be Any Doubt Left...

that the apocolypse is almost upon us?

Wham! Reunites For Xmas Concert

London, England (AHN) - Quintessential '80s band Wham! will reunite for a Christmas concert at London's Wembley Arena, 20 years after their split.
Wham?!!??!? Freaking Wham?!?!!!
This demonstrably portends the end times, people.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go get right with the Lord and then go max out all my credit cards... ;)

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Kitty Kahr

Who says cat-blogging isn't cool?
This picture of Kitty with a Karh

was inpired by this picture of Mel, sporting the Kalashnikitty shirt (and what looks to be a Kalashnikov rifle, AKA an AK-47)

which was taken during the Gunbloggers Rendezvousat the beautiful Washoe County Parks Department Public Shooting Range, pictured here:

Now don't you wish you would have gone?
Gunbloggers rule.

Range report on the Kahr MK9 Elite 98 forthcoming.

Monday, October 16, 2006

What Double Standard?

The fair and balanced MSN:

Networks Biased in Reporting Sex Scandals, Report Says
By Melanie Hunter
CNSNews.com Senior Editor
October 12, 2006

Over the past 12 days, more than 150 stories on Foley aired on morning and evening news shows on ABC, CBS, and NBC, the Media Research Center, parent company of Cybercast News Service, found. Compare that to 19 stories over one year in the scandal involving Mel Reynolds - a Democratic congressman from Illinois convicted in 1995 of having sex with a 16-year-old campaign worker.

"The numbers are clear and shocking: 152 stories on Mark Foley over 12 days, yet only 19 stories on Mel Reynolds over an entire year. This double standard reeks of political partisanship and proves how far the liberal media will go to downplay the sexual degeneracy of a liberal Democrat and trumpet the sexual degeneracy of a Republican," said MRC President Brent Bozell in a statement.

Reynolds also conspired to have sex with the teen's 15-year-old friend, solicited child porn, and was convicted on 12 counts of sexual assault and obstruction of justice.

Color me shocked.
I think the Dems should tell us who knew what, and when did they know it.
Or is that too partisan?

Also note, this guy actually had sex with a MINOR. Not disgusting emails or IM's.
But sexual contact. No biggy, if you're a Democrat, I guess.

Do as they say, not as they do.
On second thought, you probably shouldn't do as they say OR do.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

It's All a Plot

Sunday Morning.

Northwest Ohio.



Of course, this can only mean one thing:

The Rethuglican weather machine run by the Halichimpy and Co. cabal is cranking down the temperature so I have to crank up the heat, to fill the coffers of their rich, oil-baron buddies at the expense of the proletariat, kittens, and the elderly!!!


We now return you to the reality based community...

Friday, October 13, 2006

Iron Maiden

Iron Maiden in concert Tuesday, October 17th in Auburn Hills at the Palace.

Man, I sure would like to go, but I don't think it's going to happen.

Dang. I kind of miss the 80's sometimes.

Rock on, metalheads.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

A Grim Milestone

This is somewhere around my 1000th post.

Be afraid.

Be very afraid.

But keep coming back, too!! :)

Just to keep in the spirit of gun pR0n, here is a picture of the GBR host and instigator, Mr. Completely, shooting a .480 Ruger! This cannon is known round these parts as "hog-leg".

To keep in the spirit of my political agenda, I am also stating my belief that he was probably taking some pot-shots at a group of mountain-hippies, at my behest.

Don't worry, though.
They were only warning shots...

The .480 Ruger courtesy of Kris.
The right to self-defense and Second Amendment rights are courtesy of God.

Here is some linkage about the Rendezvous, shamelessly stolen from Mr. C!

Happy reading.
And happy 1000th to me!!

Y'all come back now; ya hear?

Dan McKown

Ahhhh...what can one say about the first Gun Bloggers' Rendezvous, set up by the famous Mr. Completely?


But the most compelling part of the trip was the address given by the guest speaker, Brendan "Dan" McKown.

Dan was shot 5 times by 20-year-old Dominick S. Maldonado, on Nov. 20, 2005 at the Tacoma Washington Mall.
He is in a wheelchair as a result of his injuries.

As unlikely a speaker as Dan would seem to be for a Gun Bloggers' Rendezvous, I couldn't imagine a better selection.

He was intense.

And strong.

And eloquent.

And, dammit, he was funny, too.
Describing the encounter with the shooter, he related something close to this:

"So then I said, 'Young man, I think you need to put down your weapon,' which apparently translates in street lingo to 'Shoot me right now.' "

"All I can hope now is that God has some really big plans for that kid. And I hope he has some big plans for me, too. That's all I keep saying, 'God, your will be done.' "

The man was truly inspiring and amazing.
How do you almost die in what is basically a domestic terrorist attack, end up in chronic pain and wheelchair bound, and yet, thank God every day?

I felt about 2 inches tall.

And big as the world too, because my troubles are nothing, relatively speaking.


I guess "wow" about covers it.
And yet it doesn't cover it at all.

And adding insult to injury: The Tacoma PD/Prosecutor's Office has NOT returned Dan's UNFIRED weapon from the case. Great job, f**ktards. Disarm the victim. We're all safe now.

We'll never know how many lives Dan may have save.
He was the last person shot, and the one to draw a weapon on the shooter.

God bless you, Dan. And thank you.

Addtionally, the wife and I also met some totally-way-cool-awesome bloggers.
Man, was I humbled.

More to come.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006


Still trying to catch up from not being around home. It's aggravating.
The payoff was, I got to meet and spend time with a bunch of way-cool gun-bloggers.

Eat your hearts out, and thanks for your patience!!

RT said the cat pic was starting to freak her out, so here is a picture of my buddy Jake, who missed us a lot, as you can tell by this evidence.

Stay tuned for gun-bloggy goodness!

Monday, October 09, 2006


Back from Reno and the Gun Bloggers Rendezvous.

Quite a trip, and the computer quit working on the way there!

Much to report, and tons of linkage forthcomeing, time permitting.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

You Know What Pisses Me Off?

When a radio station doesn't play the slow instrumental lead-in to Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion", and just starts it right with the fast rockin'.

That just irks the hell out of me.
The song was written with said intro by the artists, and was intended to be played that way.
Plus, it adds to the mood and impact of the song.

I don't like my movies colorized, either.

I guess I'm just a purist.

Oh, yeah.
I also get pissed when politicians turn out to be selfish, perverted, two-faced, gay, practicing ephebophiles that play the "oh it's not my fault because I'm a drunk and I was abused as a child" card, too.

Thanks a lot for your help with the elections, Foley.

Thanks to Yiannis Pavlis for the pissed off kitten picture!

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Dirty-Hippy Logic

Here is a distillation of some of the college campus junk I hear:

Students that exactly mimic 95% of the teachers and 90% of the media are free thinkers.

Students that reflect the main stream of America and 5% of their teachers are brainwashed mindless masses.

Isn't that simple.

Cannabis really DOES lead to enlightenment!

We now return you to the mindless automatons, already in progress...

Damn, I hate hippies.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Bobblehead Mohammed; Now with Rage-Ometer!

Michelle Malkin had a story on the "Bobblehead Mohammed" this weekend.
It is supposed to be a take-off of the dashboard mounted Jesus statues.

You can buy one for you car at bobbleheadmohammed.com.
Tactless, yes.
Does it merit the death penalty? Depends who you ask...

"No depiction of the prophet, even if it is positive, should be made ever - and certainly not one as ridiculous as the bobblehead Muhammed," said Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, an assistant professor at New York University. "I don't think it's about freedom of speech. This is the freedom to insult, which he shouldn't be doing."

Yeah, dude! Screw free speech when someone (read Muslims) might be insulted!!
Remember the crucifix in the urine art?

Frank Peters, a professor in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at NYU, warned that a bobblehead Muhammed was "a really bad idea."

"Jews and Christians have gotten used to this kind of thing, but Muslims haven't," he said. "This may not be his intention, but these things have consequences."

Consequences = Death. Right?
Peace on out, bro.

Wuzzadem may have to update his Rage-ometer with a bobblehead pic:

Current Rage Level of Islamic Extremists: Normal

Also a hat tip to BillR for sending me the link before I saw it on Michelles site!