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calendar   Friday - January 18, 2013

they are still hot on the story. Americans and guns. Like it’s their business

I made the same damn mistake today I never seem able to avoid.  Went to a site that had article on all those gun mad Americans and how almost a thousand people have already died since Newton. What I then did was something I always sucker myself into.  I want to see what comments ppl are making.
This is only a partial page I was able to scan, this is how it’s presented to the public here.
And the comments?  Yeah well, gets the old dander up, all these experts on the USA and gun ownership, and one fellow even saying how free he was to walk the streets here, as opposed to the USA.  Yeah, he’s free to walk okay.  But how safely?  They seem to avoid that a lot.  Bah.

Here. Take a look.

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Here’s something mild.

The US has 5% of the world’s total population.
the US has 25% of the world’s total prison population. 1 in 4 people in prison are imprisoned in the land of the free. Strange that.
It’s just the way the privatised prison systems & the monetary incentives police get for making arrests & seizing property (The documentry the House I Live In, gives some perspective on it)
well a militia would be “well-armed” with battlefield nukes, wouldn’t it? The words mean nothing at all.
I’m confused who this militia protecting Americans from exactly - the forces of oppression who would order the US Army to oppress them? Some unorganised, some overweight civilians armed with guns are going to take down the highly trained, better armed US Army? Aren’t the US Army just a bunch of good Americans who would refuse the order to oppress their fellow citizens anyway?
& if what you’re saying is true then the current US law has sneaked around what it says in the Consitition… so using the constitution as a defence for owning guns is redundant… it’s just about contemporary law.
There were no bio weapons or nukes when the constitution was written… there were no repeating, magzine or even breech loading guns either.

Every time they want to find fault, they bring up same old thing. Prison population and 3rd world America. Schmucks!  Like the prison population is made up of only the innocent and oppressed.

I gotta stop reading comments by know nothing foreigners.

Speaking of crime and violence. Some poor guy was visiting America and was coaching football there. (Brit ball we can assume).  Dangerous, gun mad America.  So the poor fellow returns to these shore and is walking home when some wanker jumps him, and stabs him to death. Police think it may have been a bungled mugging, and no suspect in custody btw.

Some poor old lady, age 86, stabbed to death in her home by a burglar, and then set on fire.  At least we think she was already dead.  No suspects as yet.

The argument they make here a LOT is, more ppl can recover from a knife wound then gunshot. And also, guns can kill more ppl faster than a knife attack.
So based on that they think Americans should give up our guns.  I say our as an American, but I don’t have one here and am unlikely to ever be licensed for one.

OK, we have our problems back home but .... I don’t feel all that safe here I’ll tell you. Not at all.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 01/18/2013 at 02:24 PM   
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Fight The Meme

They aren’t “large capacity magazines” or “high capacity magazines”. They are standard capacity magazines, that were designed that way when the firearm was designed.

Various pistols have 10, 12, 14, 15, 19 round magazines. They were built that way from the beginning.

The AR15, M16, and variations are all based on the original design, which uses a 30 round magazine.

An M14 (aka M1A1) was designed to use a 20 round magazine.

I don’t know where to draw the line between “slightly increased capacity” and “significantly increased capacity”, but an 8 round magazine will fit entirely inside a 1911 pistol, which was originally designed to hold 7 rounds. It’s actually the same magazine body, just with a thinner spring and lighter follower. A 10 round magazine does stick out of a 1911 by a couple inches, and a 30 round straight magazine in a Glock pistol appears to hang down nearly an extra foot. The Thompson submachine gun was designed to handle both 15 round stick magazines and 50 round drum magazines. While most hunting rifles that have detachable magazines have been sold with 4, 5, or 7 round magazines, 10 to 15 round magazines have been available as factory accessories from the outset for nearly all of them.

So on and so forth: hundreds and hundreds of models of firearms have been built from the ground up to carry more than 7 or 10 rounds internally. Heck, there was even this gun - the Calico; it came in both pistol and rifle versions - that used a screw feed “helical” top mounted magazine that could hold 100 rounds. ONE HUNDRED ROUNDS. And that was normal capacity for that firearm.

Fight the meme. 7 or 10 or 12 is not high capacity.


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This is a high capacity magazine



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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/18/2013 at 11:40 AM   
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Just Give It Up Already

“In order to win, you have to dope”

Lance Armstrong, biggest sports hypocrite of the millennium.

Liar, liar, testicle crushing spandex bicycle shorts on fire!

You know what? He’s probably right. And it isn’t just bicycle racing and the Tour de Farce, it’s all sports. How many times do we have to go through this? How many times will the baseball Hall of Fame have to put the snoot on an entire generation of players (yeah, and you too Barry B) because they’re all doped to Hell and back? How many Congressional Investigations, as if it’s any of their business in the first place? Give it up already.

I’ll give you a choice. Either let them all drug themselves as much as they want, blood dope, steroids, speed, whatever ... or keep them all in hermetically sealed environments. Either way, they’re all performing monkeys for our entertainment. And nobody really gives a damn if the monkey gets broken. There’s always another monkey ready to replace him. Or her.

And because of the doping ... this is why the Olympics should only be open to people over the age of 21. Or maybe 23.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/18/2013 at 08:07 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - January 17, 2013

Legislate In Haste, Repent At Leisure

Oopsie!!

NEW YORK (WABC)—It appears someone forgot to exempt police officers from the ban of ammunition clips with more than 7 bullets in New York State’s new gun control law.

It’s a big oversight that apparently happened in the haste by the Cuomo Administration to get a tough package of gun-control measures signed into law.

On Tuesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the sweeping gun measure, the nation’s toughest. It includes a ban on the possession of high-capacity magazines.

Specifically, magazines with more than 7 rounds will be illegal under the new law.

The problem as the statute is currently written does NOT exempt law enforcement officers.

The NYPD, the State Police and virtually every law enforcement agency in the state carry 9-milli-meter guns, which have a 15-round capacity.

Unless an exemption is added by the time the law takes effect in March, police would technically be in violation of the new gun measure.

Exemption? No. NO WAY. Dagnabbit, cops are not more special than anyone else. If New Yorkers can’t have more than 7 rounds to defend themselves, then neither can New York police. Nor FBI agents serving in the state. Nor TSA. Nor CIA. Nor IRS. Nor EPA. No serving members of the military either. Even moreso, they should not be allowed to have more than 7 rounds on their person. No double mags in the belt buckle. No bandoleers or tactical vests full of ammo. 7 shots in the gun or in their pockets, total.

EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW. FOR EVERYONE.

PERIOD.

Allowing agents of state and federal government to be beyond this law is DE FACTO FASCISM.

A spokesman for the Governor’s office called us to say, “We are still working out some details of the law and the exemption will be included.”

The fuck you will, dirtbag. The bill is signed. It is LAW. You can not just go in and add a paragraph later because “Oopsie, we forgot!” You can NOT “still be working out some of the details”. The bill is passed and is signed AS IS. It is LAW.

Any changes to that law will have to be brought up in the Legislature, sent to committee, entered into the schedule, debated in the houses, and then voted on, the same as any other law. Now try selling it to the public and their representatives in Albany that the cops and the feds have a screaming need for machine guns, high capacity “ammo clips”, pistol grips on their rifles, and handguns with an empty weight of more than 52 ounces. Show me that their need is greater than mine or yours; that these people are more important citizens than the rest of us. ESPECIALLY retired cops. Meanwhile, I’ll be busy finding a nice tall tree with some sturdy branches.

Petard. Owned. Hoist!


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/17/2013 at 06:06 PM   
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The Dangers Of Being Outed

And So It Begins Continues



Journal News map-listed guns, permits stolen from New City home

Two handguns and two pistol permits were stolen from the New City home of a man whose name and address are listed on the website of a local newspaper as possessing gun permits, police said.

The thieves ransacked the house Wednesday night, breaking into two safes on the home’s third floor and stealing a third safe. The guns were in the stolen safe, police said.

Clarkstown police said they had no evidence the burglary was connected to the controversial map.

“The burglary is still under investigation, and there are no facts to support this correlation at this time,” Clarkstown Sgt. Joanne Fratianni said in a statement. “If the investigation develops further information, it will be released accordingly.”

Family members at the burglarized home refused to speak publicly Thursday, and police are keeping reporters off the property on the quiet suburban street.

“At this early point in the investigation, we believe it is a random crime and the home was not targeted,” Clarkstown Det. Lt. Charles Delo told News12.

The burglary comes less than a week after a White Plains homeowner—who also was listed on the Journal News website as having gun permits—arrived home to find his home burglarized, with jewelry missing and an attempted break-in of his gun safe. The thieves were not successful, and no guns were stolen.

White Plains Police Commissioner David Chong said Monday that it was “premature” to connect that burglary to the website listing but said it was part of the police investigation.

The guns that were stolen in New City included a .45-caliber Colt revolver and a .22-caliber Iver Johnson. Cash, U.S. savings bonds and jewelry were also stolen.

The homeowner’s stolen pistol permits were for Rockland and Orange counties.

There is something a little odd here; a Rockland County permit is perfectly valid for Orange County: one gun owner does not need both. Perhaps there was more than one permit holder living at that address, and perhaps the Journal-News’ map was only capable of showing one person per address. Perhaps the owner had moved to Rockland County and had re-registered his pistols, but hadn’t yet got around to sending the old one back to Orange County.

Orange County is the next county to the north of Rockland County, and Rockland County is the first county across the Hudson River from New York City. Actually, directly across the Hudson from New York City is New Jersey, and Rockland County sits on the state border.

However, that’s all beside the point. The point is that his house got burgled, and not his neighbors. Funny that. Coincidence? I really doubt it.  Like I said the other day: lawsuit time. Multi-million dollar lawsuit time. Sue the paper, sue the state.

The Journal-News does not even have the decency to take that page down, now that they’ve proved their point (whatever it was). Thus they knowingly continue to put law abiding citizens at risk. Sue them naked.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/17/2013 at 05:50 PM   
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Thai dinner for the slightly hesitant

I can’t stand doing another gun control post right now. So here’s what we had for dinner last night. It’s super easy to make and pretty inexpensive to boot. What it is, is meat and potatoes in a creamy light sweet and sour sauce, with a slightly zippy summer salad on the side. Feeds 6.

Is it good? Hella yeah. How good? Well, let’s ask CNN: they rate massaman curry as as the best tasting food in the whole world.



Massaman Curry and Thai Cucumber Salad

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Maesri curry is the real deal. It’s a genuine imported Thai product, and the flavor is very close to what you get at your favorite Thai restaurant. “Massaman” is the Thai word for “mussleman”, which is the old way of saying “muslim”. So to allay any pro-islamic feelings, we always throw in a fair amount of pork.

First make the cucumber salad. It needs at least half an hour to marinate; 1 or 2 hours is better.

2 cucumbers, peeled and sliced in half lengthwise
1 shallot, chopped
1 golf ball sized white onion, chopped (or 1/4 of a large yellow or Spanish onion)
1/2 cup rice vinegar (or 1/3 cup plain white vinegar)
1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon sugar (use palm sugar if you want to be authentic, although any granular sugar will be fine)
1 level teaspoon of kosher salt
some hot pepper: either chop up a jalapeno, or use 4-6 chopped dried Sanaam or Tien Tsin red peppers, or use a teaspoon of dried pizza peppers. If you can’t abide any heat at all, dice up half a red pepper instead
a handful of fresh cilantro, chopped, stems and all

In a medium mixing bowl whisk the sugar and salt in the water and vinegar until dissolved. Add the peppers. Peel and chop the shallot and the onion and throw them in. Take a teaspoon and scrape the seeds from the halved cucumbers. Turn the halves flat side down and slice them 1/8” thin. Add them to the bowl. Taste the liquid; it should be a bit tangy with a bit of pepper zing. Add more vinegar if it seems too weak; we’re making pickles here, almost. Cover and refrigerate. Remember how much vinegar and pepper you used for the next time you make this, so you can adjust the sourness and the heat to where you like it.



Next, start a pot of rice. Plain old white rice is fine, or you could be authentic and buy the more expensive Thai jasmine rice. Either way, 2 cups of water for every slightly topping full cup of rice. Toss a teaspoon of kosher salt into the water as it boils. Add the rice and stir until the water has boiled again for 1 minute. Cover the pot and take it off the heat. In about 45 minutes the rice will be perfectly done and cool enough to eat.



Now make the curry.

1 can Maesri Massaman Curry. The can is about the size of a can of cat food. You can find the stuff in any Asian market, and many Thai restaurants also have a little grocery area over on the side. They always stock this stuff. You can also get it online.
2 medium Russet potatoes or 4-6 small yellow or red potatoes, peeled and diced into 1/2” cubes
2 cans of coconut milk. ALWAYS buy the cans that say “first pressing” on the label. That’s the good stuff, and it costs a little more than the cheap stuff. But it’s sooo much better.
1 16oz can of garbanzo beans (chick peas), drained
2 large chicken breasts, diced into 1/2” cubes
3 pork chops or 3” of pork cut off a pork loin, diced into 1/2” cubes
3 green onion sprigs, either julianned into short ribbons or chopped
1/2 a large Spanish onion, peeled and roughly chopped
a double handful of cilantro, rough chopped stems and all
optional: 4-8 dried Asian hot red peppers (either the Indian Sanaam or the Chinese Tien Tsin) each chopped into 6 chunks, seeds and all
optional: 2 or 3 shakes of good cinnamon
optional: a handful of unsalted cashews or peanuts.
optional: 1 or 2 bay leaves

In a medium skillet heat a generous splash of olive oil. Add the chicken and the pork cubes and fry them until lightly browned. You don’t need to fully cook them, just do them until you can’t see any pink meat.

In a large skillet over low heat, dump the entire can of curry. Stir it around until it just starts to sizzle, then add 1 can of coconut milk. Stir it up, and heat it until the red oil starts to come up, about 5 minutes. Dump in the onion and potato cubes and stir. When the sauce boils again, add the meat, peppers, the bay leaves if you’re using them, and the second can of coconut milk. Stir, reduce heat, and allow it to simmer for about 45 minutes until the potatoes are well cooked. Add some water if the sauce is too thick. Add a couple shakes of cinnamon and the green onions. Stir, let cook another 2 minutes, (remove the bay leaves) then serve over rice. Use the cilantro and cashews or peanuts as a garnish. Drain the cucumber salad and save the juice. Serve it in small bowls, and add a few spoons of the marinade to each bowl.

It’s that easy. You can make both the curry and the salad without using any hot peppers at all, and it will taste just fine, but even a tiny bit of hotness really wakes things up. On the other hand - and this is me, Mr. Fire Sauce, saying it - you can go too far. Massaman curry is not traditionally a spicy hot dish. It’s supposed to be gentle and sweet. Meat and potatoes with sauce, simple salad on the side. 

Enjoy. And don’t forget the Thai iced tea, or the Thai barbecued pork slices with hot sauce.

Variations:
Add a 1lb can of diced tomatoes during the stewing. Don’t use the kind that are seasoned with lime juice (Rotel brand, which makes awesome guacamole).
Add 1/2 lb of peeled and sliced eggplant after the sauce has been stewing for 20 minutes.
Try it with fresh basil instead of cilantro. Using dried herbs instead of fresh will seriously diminish the flavor.
You can omit the chick peas. Put in a cup and a half of frozen peas and carrots or green beans if you’d prefer, or if you have to camouflage the “foreignness” of the dish. It doesn’t really have to have any vegetables at all, but that’s a little dull.
You can use water or water and milk to replace the second can of coconut milk. You can add more meat - this recipe uses about a pound total - but if you add much more, you will want to add another can of curry paste and more coconut milk. You can make this with beef too if you want.
Rescue me: it’s tough to overcook this dish, but if you do you’ll have a very thick stew. Nothing wrong with that, but you do want the sauce to be thin enough, and plentiful enough, to have some extra to soak into the rice. So add some water, milk and water, more coconut milk, or some chicken stock near the end if it seems too thick. Just don’t turn it into soup.
Overkill is good too: a can of Maesri curry paste costs about $2. If you use 2 cans the flavor will be quite a bit richer, even if you thin the sauce down just before serving.
With the potatoes, chick peas, and chicken, this dish needs some salt. I’m in the habit of not adding salt to anything I cook, since my wife usually hates it. But you could easily put a tablespoon of good Thai fish sauce or soy sauce in this dish and not put it over the top.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/17/2013 at 11:23 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - January 16, 2013

Liar In Chief

Yeah yeah, President Obongo put out his “19 points” Executive Order crap today, except they grew to 23 points before he was finished. He did the expected bullshit of amping up the schmaltz factor to 11.24 “if there’s only one live that can be saved then we must act now”. Horse feathers.

President Obama called Wednesday for a new and tougher assault-weapons ban and a 10-round limit on magazines, as part of a comprehensive plan to curb gun violence that includes 23 steps he took without congressional action.

Already facing stiff opposition from gun-rights advocates and Republican lawmakers, the president called on Congress to pass several major changes to the country’s current gun laws—some of which are already being considered like the restrictions on semi-automatic weapons and high-capacity magazines.

Obama called as well for legislation to bar the possession and importation of armor-piercing bullets and to require criminal background checks for nearly all gun sales.

blah blah blah, go find your own link. It’s on every channel and at every news site on the Internet. And it’s all crap.

But a little bit of REALITY for all you bitter clingers. Wait. All you bitter clingers already know this, because you actually know and understand things about firearms. Let me address everyone else then:

Obama wants to ban possession of armor piercing bullets. Gosh, that sounds reasonable doesn’t it? That sounds safe. And smart. Only one problem there my little corksnockers: ALL BULLETS ARE ARMOR PIERCING. Because it depends on what you call armor, and on the velocity of the projectile.

Let me admit to some bad behavior I took part in during my teen years. I ran with a bunch of dirtbag tards. Such friends. But hey, I was 15 and stupid. Anyway. We found a spent bullet, a little cylinder of lead. Looking back, I’m pretty sure it was a .38 caliber lead double ended wadcutter. A target bullet for short range pistol shooting. Cast from nearly pure lead, so it was quite soft. We found a 2 foot long thin steel tube that had a solid steel cap screwed on the end. It was the extension slide from one of those folding music stands you use in Band class in school. We rolled the lead slug around on some rocks until it would fit down the tube, and we drilled a little touch hole near the capped end. We cut the heads off of about 20 books of matches and rammed them down the tube with a stick. Bullet followed. We set the thing off with a fuse made from interlaced matchbooks. BOOM. And it shot the bullet right through a half inch thick cast iron frying pan about 10 feet away. Right through it. Soft lead through thick cast iron. Armor. So what do you think real bullets - jacketed rifle bullets, steel core SS109s or plain old deer hunting bullets at 10 times the velocity of our little match gun - will do? That’s right. They go right through armor. You can shoot a rifle bullet through a bit of railroad track. And that’s not only thicker than an old frying pan, it’s quality steel to boot.

So unless Obadoofus’s EO is laying down some pretty damned specific set of qualifications (as if), then it’s entirely possible that he just banned nearly every rifle bullet out there more modern than a round musket ball. (ESPECIALLY the latest generation of bullets which are machined from solid bronze or copper, because the Greenies are having shit fits that hunters are poisoning the wilderness with spent lead, so they’re calling for the criminalization of lead bullets. Bronze and copper ones are much harder, so by nature they’re even more armor piercing than their old school cousins made from lead.) That’s some pretty dirty pool ... especially since I can’t EVER recall a shooting of any kind being done with AP ammo. NEVER EVER. So how is that going to make anyone safer? It ain’t. And if he had a magical unicorn fart powered time machine, what crime would it have ever prevented? NONE. So how is this completely uncalled for restriction in any way, shape, or form, protecting the Second Amendment? It isn’t. It’s restricting your rights and your freedoms for no valid reason or even any implied one. But it panders to the low information voter who always votes how her feelings go.

PS - the armor vests worn by our nationally militarized jack-booted police (and umpteen other alphabet soup government agencies empowered to bear arms against the citizenry) come in levels of protection. They are all armor, by definition. Yet Level I gear will only stop low powered pistol bullets, Level II gear will only stop “light magnum” higher velocity pistol bullets (eg 9mm+P and .357 Magnum), and so on. You need to get right up to the top of the body armor pyramid to find the stuff that will stop bullets typically used by deer hunters. And that stuff will only stop a couple of them. 2 or 3 hits in the same general area and the armor fails. So even the best stuff isn’t exactly permanently impermeable. Therefore the bullets that defeat it are “armor piercing”.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/16/2013 at 03:02 PM   
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the only real justice come from the barrel of a gun. or dull garden shears.

What. Me Worry?
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Just say you’re sorry gets close to a free pass. Never mind that it’s violent rape. Just say fuckin sorry. Oh wait. Skip the first word cos you might get more punishment for that then for the rape.

Take a good look at this vile filthy verminous scum. Jeesh.  It’s maddening.  How can society protect itself when it allows this? 

A pair of garden shears and chop,chop. That’s how you really make the bastard feel sorry. For life.  Let’s see how many this little creep can rape in the future with no wanker.

Justice my ass.  If he can get it up and knows what it’s for, he’s an adult and I don’t care if he were 10. He is NO BOY!

(note. incorrect date at website. story is current)

Boy, 13, who raped woman in front of his friends is jailed for just three years… because he said ‘sorry’

By Daily Mail Reporter

A boy of 13 who overpowered a woman then raped her in front of his two friends will spend just three years locked away for his crimes.

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Balal Khan - thought to be one of the youngest convicted rapists in Britain - targeted the 20-year-old as she walked home.

He subjected her to a severe beating then screamed at her ‘Do what I say or I’ll kill you’, before putting her through the ordeal of a terrifying sex attack.

Then he stole her bag and phone and even took a call from his victim’s boyfriend to whom he bragged about what he had done.

But after pleading guilty to charges of rape and robbery the teenager was sentenced to just three years because of his age - and because he said ‘sorry’.

A judge at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court lifted a restriction preventing the publication of Khan’s identity after hearing details of the horrifying attack.

The judge heard how Khan ran up behind his victim and grabbed her around the neck as she walked through a secluded area near Cobridge, in Stoke-on-Trent one evening in September last year.

He punched and kicked her as she lay on the ground before raping her.

Robert Price, prosecuting, said: ‘She started screaming and attempted to get to her feet.

‘He responded by punching her in the mouth and knocked her back on the ground.

‘He stood over her and kicked her to the side of her face. He started shouting at her and warned that if she struggled he would “kill” her.’

The court heard two boys, aged 10 and 11, who knew Khan, stood nearby and shouted at him to stop

Afterwards Khan, of Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, took the victim’s bag, containing an iPod and mobile phone.

He then answered a call from the victim’s boyfriend. When asked why he had the phone, Khan bragged about what had taken place.

He later sold the phone and iPod, but not before making a call to his parents’ home. The mobile’s call records led police straight to Khan’s address.

In a police interview he told officers he had tripped the victim and stolen her bag.

The court heard scientists later found Khan’s DNA on swabs taken from the victim.

Naomi Perry, mitigating, said he had shown remorse for what he had done.

He apologised after finally admitting his offence to police and also when he entered his plea at court.

‘We are dealing with a very immature young man,’ Miss Perry said.

‘He has been having anger management classes and he feels these have helped him.’

Judge Paul Glenn told Khan, now aged 14, that his offences were ‘grave’ and that an adult convicted of the same crimes would have been jailed for eight or nine years.

He added: ‘It was a terrifying experience for this young woman and she will be left psychologically scarred.’

By law, anyone under 18 years old faces a lesser sentence for rape than an adult, and for those aged 14 or under the term is reduced further.

Judge Glenn took the unusual step to lift a restriction preventing the publication of Khan’s name because of the grave nature of his Khan’s offences.

He added: ‘In this case I believe there is a legitimate public interest in naming this offender. It may prove to be a deterrent to others.’

Khan was sentenced to three years in a young offenders’ institution.

Just how FUCKING dumb does one have to be to be a judge?  His order to make this vile sub human rapist known to the public will he thinks, deter others?
What god damn planet is that guy on?  How exactly does that deter anything?  Look for more of the same as “young offenders” know damn well their age and an apology will get them off lightly.  And as for his slutbag lawyer, I’d hope the same happens to her.  Lets see what kind of “mitigating” excuses she can dream up.  He had shown remorse, she says. Uh huh. Like the remorse he showed when talking on her phone to her boy friend.

There was a rape and death in India recently, I’m sure you’ve all heard about it by this time.
2,500 lawyers there sent the court a document refusing to have anything to do with the defense of the six rapists.
Can you imagine even one western lawyer that would do that?

Try saying sorry when you have been caught going a few miles over the speed limit or saying sorry to the parking warden when you have had to stop and dash to drop a letter in a letter box, or even saying sorry for forgetting to mail in your tax returns on time and see how much mercy will be shown you. go on..try it for a laugh!! But then of course this is simple old rape and gordon does not stand to gain anything financial from this thug so it is ok for him to say sorry and the judge understands and lets him off lightly!!! However going 33mph in a 30mph zone is tatamount to premedicated murder and do you know how many kids you could have run over and killed doing the extra 3mph??? Right, then, cough up £300+ and hand over you licence so we can impose penalty points onto it too to teach you a valuable lesson you horrible criminal!!!! Tough on crime nulabour style!!!!

- turner , Essex,


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 01/16/2013 at 12:18 PM   
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Forget Gun Control, Now We Have Finger Control

Six Year Old Boys Suspended For Playing Cops ‘n Robbers>
Are finger guns the new juvenile CCW?



I hope their parents sue the school system naked for the trauma they laid on these kids.



TALBOT COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Is it child’s play or a serious threat of gun violence? For the second time in less than a month, a Maryland child is kicked out of school for using his finger in the shape of a gun.

No one is debating the importance of keeping children safe. The question being asked is what’s child’s play and what’s not?

There’s controversy at a Talbot County school after two 6-year-old boys were suspended while playing cops and robbers during recess and using their fingers to make an imaginary gun.

“It’s ridiculous,” said parent Julia Merchant.

This is the second time a Maryland child has been suspended for such play. Earlier this month, 6-year-old Rodney Lynch was suspended from his Montgomery County school after pretending to fire an imaginary gun more than once.

See, if the kids had only said “ka-pow!” instead of “ka-pow ka-pow!” then it would be Ok. Right, CT state Senator Meyers? We don’t want children getting the idea that they have high capacity fingers, do we?

“Just pointing your fingers like this and then she did the pow sound and I just went like that and then I got sent to the office again,” Lynch said.

The school reversed its decision after Rodney’s parents appealed.

“They’re saying he threatened a student, threatened to shoot a student. He was playing,” said Rodney’s father, Rodney Lynch Sr.

“I do not believe maliciousness was involved here,” said child psychologist Dr. Joe Kaine.

Kaine says most 6-year-olds’ minds aren’t developed enough to understand why their idea of fun play might make adults upset.

“I can certainly appreciate that at school, that’s not a type of play that they are going to endorse and I certainly support that, but that’s where we educate the time and place for doing things,” Kaine said.

You support that? Well, blow it out your ass with a coil of barbed wire Kaine, you socialist nanny-state faggot. It is 100% natural for little boys to use their fertile imaginations to turn anything, including their own fingers, into a firearm, an airplane, a firetruck, or a bulldozer. This is what little boys do. It’s how they are programmed by God. It’s their job. So fuck off.

Oh, and read between the lines: obviously these two tykes were dragged off to the school-approved shrink’s office to have their heads examined. Just in case they were budding mall shooters you know. The nerve of the school system knows no bounds. I’m amazed the kids got back into school without a mandatory 6 month dose of Ridilyn to “calm” their “excessive” behavior.

People, it’s time to rise up and beat the lunatic leftists dead with their own weapons. Every single time they do anything you don’t like, sue them. Sue them, then sue them again next year. Sue them for this suspension. Sue them for the psychologist. Sue them for the trauma, whether it’s real or not. Sue them on general principle because everything they do, everything they believe, everything they strive for is guaranteed to be totally ass-backwards to what America is supposed to be.

Damn straight. Then stand in the courtroom counting your punitive damages award, and chant “bang bang, you’re dead. Wash your hands and go to bed.” just to rub their faces in it even harder.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/16/2013 at 11:51 AM   
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Mystery Model

In the daily pile of junk mail was a catalog for Woman Within, a clothes company catering to the non-anorexic ladies. This woman was on the cover and the inside cover. I know that most of the eye candy here features models just barely out of their teens at the most, but I don’t mind saying that I like the more grown up ones a bit better. They’re certainly more interesting to talk to, for sure.

No free caulk this time (arrgh, I HAVE to get that in the mail!! Sorry!), but if you can tell me who she is, I’d appreciate it.



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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/16/2013 at 11:35 AM   
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One For Rich

because he asked for it, indirectly.



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The bridge at Riegelsville PA crosses the Delaware River and connects to the roads to Bloomsbury and Milford on the NJ side. This very rural ex-suburban corner of the state is chock full of lovely old iron bridges. The Riegelsville bridge was built by the sons of John Roebling, who was the guy who built the Brooklyn Bridge. After his death, his sons went on to build the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, but they made this one here in my corner of NJ first.

See the comments in the Mr. Big Wheel post for a More Info link.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/16/2013 at 11:16 AM   
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health and gun care

Boot and check mail, and find a newsy letter from a friend of many, many years.  Soon as I read it, I knew I had to post a part of it.  Her mom is old and infirm. Been quite ill for awhile.

Mom had an appointment at the doctor tomorrow.

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She is on Medicaid, so they send a transportation wheelchair van to pick her up at the nursing home free.  I go with them to Hattiesburg, about 30 miles away, and have to wait for them to decide to pick us up.  Then we are usually stuffed in there with others not of our color.  But it is free, and the only way I can get her to the dr since she can’t stand, and weighs too much to pick her up and put her in a car.

Get this.  We went to the doctor last Wednesday.  They usually do 2 tests, doppler listening to blood flow in her legs, and then her neck veins.

Well, since the new Obamacare that will SAVE so much money and allow EVERYONE to have free care, we can only get one test at a time done in a day.  NOW, we have to go THIS Wednesday so they can put a stethoscope to her neck and listen to veins and blood flow.  Then NEXT Wednesday, go back for the doctor to tell us to come back in 6 months.  More dr money from medicaid, more transportation costs, more aggravation of just having to move Mom in the cold and rain, and the day is shot waiting for doctors and transportation.

I believe we are in for a rude awakening with this new freebie Obamacare.

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Oh, did I tell you (I think I did) that husband and I got Concealed Carry Permits.  We are going back to take a class to get Enhanced Carry where we can carry guns in places we couldn’t before.  Gotta get ready for all this to be stripped away from us by the gun haters! 


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 01/16/2013 at 10:54 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - January 15, 2013

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/15/2013 at 04:04 PM   
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Rootin’ and a Tootin’ Once Again

Yosemite Same is back at The Ten Ring, an excellent RKBA blog that has been silent for 2 years now ...

If the people are sovereign then it follows that they retain the rights and privileges that were once the exclusive province of kings and potentates. The privilege to speak our minds and assemble as we wish is the right of a sovereign people.

Of these rights the right to bear arms is the most important. If the people are not to be trusted with arms then it must follow that they cannot be sovereign. How could one be sovereign if denied arms? The one denying the arms would be the sovereign. If the people are not sovereign then the entire foundation of our country and society disappears in a puff of smoke.

We would then be back to the society of elites and serfs that has existed for most of history. Well, my friends, we are well on that path.




... and that, Peiper, is the ultimate nutshell to tell your English neighbors what the gun thing is all about, and what America is all about. We The People are in charge, not the government. And the proof is right here in my hands, made of steel and wood.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 01/15/2013 at 12:40 PM   
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