“…the only background check I’d support is one on politicians.” Sheriff Richard Mack (Sheriff of Graham County, AZ; filed suit challenging Constitutionality of the Brady Law)
Archives for February 2009
The government is out to get me. Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean it isn’t true.
I hear it starts with censorship and then more drastic things happen, like wedgie boarding. I found out today that my blog feed has not been working for a while. For a split second I thought I might have screwed up some HTML tags or done something else stupid technically. Then I realized that’s impossible. I know how to operate Microsoft Word, Adobe Elements, and The Clapper after all.
Manager assistance needed in sporting goods. My local Wally World is a little low on ammunition. Who knew the Pork Spendulus bill included ammunition subsidies for under-privileged gun nuts. Where do I sign up to get my share of free stuff from the government?
The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) recently fielded a new top-secret weapon designed to secure border areas. A covert IDF operative, recently back from deployment, and blogging under the code name Doubletapper, describes the new weapons system: The latest addition to the arsenal: a group of African antelope, each weighing nearly 1100 pounds. The antelope have […]
“We cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.” Abraham Lincoln Nuff said. Thanks to Mas Ayoob’s Blog for the reminder.
WARNING: View at your own risk! The content below is for juvenile people (like me) who think watching fruits and vegetables explode is really amusing.
Who needs Kevlar and ceramic plates when a good hair weave will do? Woman OK after bullet ends up in her hair weave The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Other than having a bit of a headache, a Kansas City woman was uninjured after a bullet fired at her ended up tangled in her […]
Think of all the money I will save on buying old fashioned levels once every 20 years or so.
OK maybe I have to rethink this whole “My Gun Culture” thing. Clearly there are other efficient means of defending one’s self. Wedgie as good as handcuffs in suspect detention The Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY — It took a wedgie and a headlock to pin down a man suspected of breaking into a car. […]
Today’s episode of Revisionist History Corner brings Part 1 of a series on our country’s founding document, herefore to be know as the Declaration of Dependence. Rather than be an apathetic slug blogger and wait to comment on someone else’s revisionist efforts, I figure I’ll be proactive and start rewriting things myself. Let’s take a […]