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calendar   Friday - July 10, 2015

bloody fools

Greece: Do It My Way Or I’ll

Hold My Breath And Kick My Feet

George Will explains Greece for folks like me who simply can’t understand the news.

The hairy little plate breakers are having a tantrum. How dare anyone cut back on their standard of living, which is supported by endless deficit spending? How dare anyone even suggest that continued bail outs come with any conditions at all, like even being paid back for starters?

The EU exists to require nations to “pool” their sovereignties in unelected, unaccountable bureaucracies. The retrograde point of the EU is to leech from national parliaments powers that were hard-won over many centuries of struggle. National governments rendered unserious by the EU are apt to regress to adolescence, as with Syriza’s referendum — a tantrum masquerading as governance.

[Prime Minister Alexis] Tsipras is a peculiar phenomenon, a defiant mendicant. He urged voters to do what they did. In voting “no,” they asserted that Greece’s dignity is incompatible with loans that come with conditions attached. Tsipras’ Syriza Party insists, however, that dignity is compatible with perpetual dependency on the forbearance and productivity of others.

A defiant mendicant. “BWA”; Beggaz Wit Attitood. A beggar who’s a chooser, and if the choice ain’t right, abuser. Oh my, isn’t it easy to draw parallels with that one.  Now I understand.

Since joining the eurozone in 2001, Greece has borrowed a sum 1.7 times its 2013 GDP. Its 25 percent unemployment (50 percent among young workers) results from a 25 percent shrinkage of GDP. It is a mendicant reduced to hoping to “extend and pretend” forever. But extending the bailout and pretending that creditors will someday be paid encourages other European socialists to contemplate shedding debts — other people’s money that is no longer fun.

Greece, with just 11 million people and 2 percent of the eurozone’s GDP, is unlikely to cause a contagion by leaving the zone. If it also leaves the misbegotten European Union, this evidence of the EU’s mutability might encourage Britain’s “Euro-skeptics” when, later this year, that nation has a referendum on reclaiming national sovereignty by withdrawing from the EU. If Greece so cherishes its sovereignty that it bristles at conditions imposed by creditors, why is it in the EU, the perverse point of which is to “pool” nations’ sovereignties in order to dilute national consciousness?


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black and white

What is the difference between the U.S. Supreme Court and the Ku Klux Klan?

Members of the Supreme Court dress in black robes and scare white people.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/10/2015 at 07:57 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - July 09, 2015

adding insult to injury

blank stare So we split things 3-4 last night, winning just one game but winning it by lots, then by losing the next two games by just a little. So we got the wood.

Poor G, our noob. He’s got some terrible dental issues and is going to have to have several surgeries. He was there bowling last night, even all swollen up. What a trooper. But he was pretty exhausted. Too exhausted to remember to do any of the silly bits he’d been doing that were wrong. So he threw his two highest games so far, and his highest series. It figures, right?

One of the hardest parts of the game is letting the ball do the work. It’s so easy to think you have to force things to get them to happen. No. Let the ball do the work.

And it was a little bit humorous to see this “I give up, I just can’t do this” style of bowling work for someone else for a change. Usually it’s me.

I had a semi-poor night. Nothing fantastic, but I was over average in 2 out of 3 games. Yay.  blank stare


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/09/2015 at 09:16 AM   
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wish it was a best seller

So, I was walking through the mall, and saw that there was a “Muslim Bookstore.” I was wondering what exactly was in a “Muslim Bookstore” so I went on in.

I was wandering around taking a look and the clerk stopped me and asked if he could help me. I imagine I didn’t look like his normal clientele.

So I asked for a copy of the Australian immigration policy book regarding Muslims.

The clerk said, “Fuck off, get out, and stay out!”

I said, “Yes, that’s the one. Do you have that in paperback?”

sent in by Peiper’s naughty friends


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calendar   Wednesday - July 08, 2015

spiking the frecklometer



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Custer Had Better Odds

US Spending Vast Fortune To Train Syrians To Fight ISIS

Obama’s plan was to start out with 5,000 recruits per year. And then ramp up from there.

Problem is, nobody brought the ramp. So how many Syrians are we actually training? 60.

60 thousand? 6 thousand? No. Just 60. Five dozen.

Ouch. Such a plan. You sure can tell Obama’s in it to win it.

US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter confessed In testimony before the Senate armed services committee on Tuesday that the Pentagon is training only around 60 Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS, a number “much smaller than was hoped for at this point,” The Guardian reported.

This number is significantly lower than the number of soldiers the Pentagon had announced in 2014 that it intended on training. They had initially proposed a training program consisting of 5,000 soldiers per year over a period of three years.

In response, the Obama administration explained that the low number was due to the rigorous selection process, which narrows the pool of new recruits. Selection first involves a screening program which ensures that the potential fighters have no history of atrocities and are willing to campaign in a way which complies with the laws of armed conflict.

“We know this program is essential. We need a partner on the ground in Syria to assure ISIS’ lasting defeat,” Carter reiterated.

Carter’s statements were made during a hearing in which Republican senators questioned the Obama administration’s Middle East policies.

Right. No wonder. Against the most evil and atrocious fighting force the world has seen since the Nazis, you’re forcing these guys to play by Marquess of Queensbury rules, in a land where fair play, compassion, and military honor are all seen as weaknesses.  Hey, how brilliant is that?

The president, says John McCain, is delusional:

“President Obama’s comments today reveal the disturbing degree of self-delusion that characterizes the Administration’s campaign,” McCain, who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee, said in a statement. “None of the so-called progress that the President cited suggests that we are on a path to success, and when you are not winning in warfare, you are losing.”

His remarks come after Obama was briefed by top defense officials, including Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey. Obama spoke at the Pentagon, providing an update on the U.S. and global campaign to defeat the terrorist organization.

“This will not be quick. This is a long-term campaign. ISIL is opportunistic, and it is nimble,” the president said. “Our mission to destroy ISIL and to keep our country safe will be difficult; it will take time. There will be setbacks as well as progress.”

John McCain is wrong, as he so often is. Obama is NOT delusional. He’s illusional. He wants to make it look like he’s fighting ISIS and all the other factions of loonies over in sandland, but all he’s really doing, at best, is kicking the old can on down the road. Let somebody else deal with it once he’s finished  playing golf   being emperor  pretending to be  present  president. Right, president. At worst, and arguably, he’s just a sham who is enabling his jizzlamic pals as fast as he can.


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Meanwhile In Belgium, 200 Years Later

Waterloo 2015

My, my, at Waterloo Napoleon did surrender
Oh yeah, and I have met my destiny in quite a similar way
The history book on the shelf
Is always repeating itself

No no silly. Not that one. This one:


The decisive battle of Waterloo, in which the Duke of Wellington finally put his boots on and put paid to the ambitions of the Little Emperor, was fought for a couple of days in the middle of June in 1815. It was one of the largest battles in human history, with nearly a quarter million participants. It was a terribly bloody affair, with casualties in the tens of thousands. 50,000 or so dead, and God alone knows how many wounded.

For the past bunch of years, reenactors have been getting together annually to restage the battle or parts thereof. They have a great time dressing up in period costume, camping out in the fields, shooting off their guns and yelling “Huzzah!” This year, being the 200th anniversary, they went all in. More than 5,000 soldiers, hundreds of horses, 130 cannons, and 4 full TONS of black powder. It was the event of the season in Belgium, and something like 65,000 spectators arrived to watch.

And Napoleon still lost.

The Bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo is marked Friday by more than 5,000 enthusiastic volunteers from 50 different countries, who are in full 19th century army uniform. This is the biggest historical reenactment ever staged in Europe.

In the interest of historical accuracy, the organizers have brought 360 horses, 100 cannons and 4 tonnes of gunpowder, etc, and arranged three bivouacs to accommodate the numerous groups of reenactors from all over the world in exactly the same conditions soldiers endured 200 years ago.
On June 18, 1815, Napoleon’s army clashed with allied troops led by the British commander, the Duke of Wellington. The allied army of British, Dutch and Prussian troops defeated Napoleon’s forces.

The battle of Waterloo that changed the course of European history, is recreated on exactly the same site in the south of Brussels.


h/t to Rodger

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a few news blurbs

Laid up for awhile with back problem. Getting better but loaded with so damn much medication between for the gut and for the back, I hardly know which way is up.
Many,many years ago I had back surgery. Man that can be a bitch.  Anyway, every now and then and fortunately not too often is it this bad, it goes out on me.  Doc gave me Xanax as a muscle relaxer which is a surprise. I think it works but it also makes me sleepy.  I think it’s pretty much in the same family as Halcion. ???  Isn’t it?

So to important news of note.

A week or two ago I was ranting about the ill treatment by the bed wetting left with regard to the Stars and Bars and the cowardly response by states who are removing same.
At the time I asked, what next?  The Duke of Hazard reruns?

A week after Warner Bros. announced it would no longer sanction the manufacturing of “Dukes of Hazzard” merchandise featuring the flag, TV Land announced it’s pulling reruns of the 1980s’ TV series featuring John Schneider and Tom Wopat as Bo and Luke Duke in fictional Hazzard County, Georgia.

Warner Bros. to Stop Licensing ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ Products With Confederate Flag

Amazon, Etsy to Ban Confederate Flag Merchandise, Joining Walmart, eBay

F*****g cowardly suck up bastards.  Anyone who doesn’t like it not forced to buy or watch.
What a sorry freekin state we’ve come to.

And in other politically correct news, the journalist and former editor, the sister of London’s mayor, Rachel Johnson, has put in her two cents worth on gun ownership in the USA.  The usual pap.
She says .... “I do wish US law enforcement would come down hard on gun owners as they do on rappers.”
That’s in response to some rapper charged with three counts of of assault after he grabbed a gym weight in anger.
She goes on to spout stats on the wild west American gun culture. Like, guns in the USA kill 297 times the rate of Japan and 49 times the rate of France.
She wants Obama to repeal the Second Amendment.

I guess she hasn’t heard about 1776 or the 4th of July.

And ...
the city of NY has agreed to pay out $332,500 to six Occupy Wall Street protesters who claimed that they were “unjustly pepper sprayed” by the police during that episode a few yrs ago.
Pity they didn’t die.  Worthless lefty shits.

Finally, in some earth shattering news of the world, Paul MCCartney has lashed out at what he says is the “martyrdom” of John Lennon. He also says Lennon got credit for songs he did not write.


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calendar   Tuesday - July 07, 2015

Feel The Bern?

Outright declared Socialist Bernie Sanders running rings around beleaguered liar Hillary? If the Dems have truly become Progressives - communists - then who better to lead them (Gus Hall is long gone)?

Bernie-Mania !!

PORTLAND, Maine — Bernie-mania swept through here last night, as more than 7,500 screaming, sign-waving supporters packed a downtown arena — many lining up hours early — for surging Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders.

The outpouring came as a Bay State Democratic congressman warned one-time sure-shot Hillary Clinton has an “excitement problem” in the Democratic race for the White House.

“In case you didn’t notice, this is a big turnout,” Sanders told the cheering crowd at Cross Insurance Arena. “From Maine to California — we have friends from Alaska and Hawaii as well — the American people understand that establishment politics and establishment economics is not working for America.”

The rally started 20 minutes late so the people stuck in line outside could filter in, and nearly every seat was filled. Some supporters waved homemade signs, including one that read “#Bern Baby Bern” and “Feel the Bern.”

“We love you,” one woman shouted toward the end of Sanders’ speech.

Thousands more watched a YouTube live stream of the rally on the campaign’s website.

“Hillary is not bad. It’s just, we all know she is having an excitement problem. We all know that. It’s not a secret,”

An excitement problem. And an honesty problem. And an image problem, poor little elitist multi-millionaire “woman of the people” that she is. With the personality of a rabid wharf rat, and half the charm.

U.S. Rep. Michael E. Capuano said in a Boston Herald Radio interview yesterday. “Everybody wants to fall in love with the perfect candidate. Everybody wants that. So do I. Who doesn’t?”

Capuano said it’s still a “longshot” that Sanders could knock off Clinton, but admitted the Vermont senator’s popularity is hard to ignore.

“Especially if you share a fair number of his values, he’s a pretty exciting guy,” said Capuano. “He’s a street fighter. He’s been a real mayor. He’s always been on the outside looking in as far as establishment politics goes. So I think on some levels, he’s lighting it up pretty good.”

Sanders drew nearly 10,000 people at a rally in Wisconsin last week and polls have shown him closing the gap with Clinton, once seen as the automatic Democratic nominee.

The Vermont senator’s supporters, who lined up as early as 3 1⁄2 hours ahead of time, touted his straight-shooting middle-class pitch and labeled Clinton as out of touch.

“I don’t think she’s my voice anymore — I was hoping she would be,” said Rich Stafford of Salem, Mass. “She’s just too tied into corporate America, too tied in with the banking system, millionaires and billionaires. Her husband’s getting $500,000 to give a speech. How many Americans are in that category?”

John Wibby of South Portland said even if Clinton starts talking about the progressive issues Sanders has been championing, he can’t trust her.

“She seems really not that genuine to me,” said Wibby. “She seems to flip-flop a lot on the issues.”

7500 people in a city of 66,000 turned up to hear him speak. 


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good morning



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Garage Surprise

German Man Has WWII Tank And Cannon In His Garage


“No Tread On Me” - trackless tank took all day to load onto carrier

Prosecutors in the coastal region of Kiel, tipped off by Berlin prosecutors who’d recently searched the 78-year-old man’s villa for stolen Nazi art, aren’t divulging much yet, but a police rep did say that a torpedo and anti-aircraft gun had been removed and other weaponry had been found as well, reports the Local.

Alexander Orth—mayor of the town of Heikendorf, where the man lives—wasn’t surprised by the discovery because the elderly man “was chugging around in that thing during the snow catastrophe in 1978,” adding that “some people like steam trains, others like tanks.” And because the tank can no longer fire weapons, the pensioner’s lawyer tells the German paper Süddeutsche Zeitung, via the Local, that the man hasn’t actually broken any laws.

Prosecutors, meanwhile, are investigating whether possession of the tank, torpedo, anti-aircraft gun, and other weapons violates Germany’s War Weapons Control Act.


The Nazi 88 was the most feared artillery piece of the war, and the most versatile

The Panther tank was removed from the 78-year-old’s house in the town of Heikendorf, along with a variety of other military equipment, including a torpedo and an anti-aircraft gun, Der Tagesspiegel website reports.

It wasn’t an easy job to get it all out - the army had to be called in with modern-day tanks to haul the Panther from its cellar. It took about 20 soldiers almost nine hours to extract the tank - which was without its tracks - and push it onto a low-loader, the report says. As the surreal scene unfolded, local residents gathered at the end of the driveway to watch.



Not something you see every day, that’s for sure.

( I wonder if they noticed the U-boat in his bathtub? grin )


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calendar   Monday - July 06, 2015

‘superweapon’ capable of switching off foreign satellites and enemy weapons

We may have a real problem here.

Normally a fluff piece about the latest lab widgets promised to the armed forces wouldn’t be worth a posting.  What makes this one different is a while ago, I found a rumor that one of our DDGs was sailing in the Black Sea and was rendered helpless by some mysterious Russian electronic warfare.  The only part of the rumor I could prove was that we did have a DDG in the Black Sea at that time.

You’ve got to understand that the DDG is our state-of-the-art guided missile destroyer with about the most incredible radar and computer systems ever sent to war.  The basic technology is used extensively for defensive and offensive weapons. 

Add this latest news article from TASS and it looks as if the Russians used the Black Sea DDG for a successful field test.

Russia developing system capable of ‘switching off’ foreign military satellites Russia
June 25, 11:21 UTC+3
“The system will be used against cruise missiles and will suppress satellite-based radio location systems. It will actually switch off enemy weapons”, Russia’s KRET Deputy CEO said

Read the article, it looks as if the device will mess up virtually any sort of high tech electronics.  The description of what the device does is a good match for what is supposed to have happened to the DDG.  That would make all of our high tech weaponry obsolete.

MOSCOW, June 25. /TASS/. Russia’s Radio-Electronic Technologies Group (KRET) is developing a fundamentally new electronic warfare system capable of suppressing cruise missile and other high-precision weaponry guidance systems and satellite radio-electronic equipment, KRET Deputy CEO Yuri Mayevsky told TASS on Thursday.

“The system will target the enemy’s deck-based, tactical, long-range and strategic aircraft, electronic means and suppress foreign military satellites’ radio-electronic equipment,” Mayevsky said.

The Daily Mail has a similar, but slightly different article:


The firm has released no details of the system.

However, on its website, the firm hints at the product, which it is believed is codenamed Krasuha-4.

‘Mobile electronic warfare systems ‘Krasuha-4’ suppress spy satellites, ground-based radars and airborne systems AWACS (Airborne Warning and Control System).

‘Complex ‘Krasuha-4’ fully covers an object from radar detection at 150-300 kilometers, and may also cause damage to enemy radar electronic warfare and communications systems.

‘The complex functioning is based on creating powerful jamming at the fundamental radar frequencies and other radio-emitting sources.’

Anyone out there know where to find out what’s actually going on?  This could be real bad.


Posted by Dr. Jeff   United States  on 07/06/2015 at 07:41 PM   
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Gun Porn

Pedersoli’s White Hawk, The Indoor Rifle

An almost perfect idea



What it is, is a .177 caliber pellet rifle that uses #209 shotgun primers as a power source. So it goes BANG pretty well, and zips a little lead pellet along at about 700fps. More than fast enough to knock holes in paper from across the room. Powerful enough for mice and perhaps even rats.

It’s the concept that I like; the thing is marketed as an indoor rifle.

A break open muzzleloading light weight handy rifle with modern technical features and ideal for indoor shooting. The 4.5mm caliber barrel folds down by pushing a lever in front of the triggerguard. Ramrod is stored on the upper part of the barrel. Buttstock with checkered grip and black plastic buttplate and forearm. Stock is hardwood with a satin finish. 2 1/2” drop with 14 1/2” trigger pull. Barrel is 4.5mm (.177) caliber, blued. 17 3/4” in length, round - .570 outside diameter, rifled with 10 lands and grooves. This is a 1 in 15” twist. Has front sight - blued steel blade style and rear sight - blued steel open style. Ignition is percussion - 209 primer only. Features color casehardened receiver blued steel furniture. Overall length is 34 5/8” and weighs 3 1/2 lbs. Accessories include a steel ramrod w/brass tip threaded 5/32” and a brass brush. Recommended load is .177 BB. Average muzzle velocity is 690 ft/sec. Manufactured by Pedersoli/Italy.


About $400. From Pedersoli, so you know it’s a well made firearm.

Indoor rifles. Harrrummph.

But pellet guns fired by primers? Almost a great idea. How about taking it up a notch? Or up 5 notches? And moving outside of course.

How about a pellet rifle powered by those nailgun blanks? Heck, those yellow ones can drive a bolt into 5” of hardened concrete. Think what they’d do to a pellet!! Answer: a lot! And it’s already been done. The hotter blanks can push a little .22 airgun pellet at more than 2800fps, more than double the speed of a .22LR bullet (which weighs 3 times as much).  They don’t seem too accurate though, which is no surprise what with pellet gun vs rifle bore diameter differences, and lot to lot variation of nail gun blanks, which probably aren’t built to exacting pressure specs like actual ammunition.

So where do we go from there? Hey, how about real bullets in real rifles, propelled by nail gun blanks? And once again, it’s been done. But, and this is the nice but, but it’s a better solution. Swage down a slightly oversize soft lead ball, lube it up and load it into a custom made adapter cartridge, and even the mid power nail gun loads will push a 30gr chunk of lead at better than 900fps. And with an adapter, you can get one for every caliber. Naturally, the smaller the bore, the faster the bullet. But blasting squirrels and rats with an 80gr bullet in your .375 H&H safari rifle has to be a hoot.

See? This is why I reload. I don’t need to buy the adapter. Or the custom funky little rifle, even though it’s rather neat. Lubed round ball loads work in just about every rifle, and usually 5-8 grains of either Bullseye or Unique powder will get them up to suitable backyard hunting speed. In the larger calibers, these nearly silent rounds pack nearly as much power as a .357 Magnum pistol. They aren’t toys at all.

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best bill ever ever ever

This isn’t just a shot across the bow.  It’s more like a multi-ship broadside. I wish there was a way to show this in every urban school in America. Twice a day.

Some of the things he says, you might not like hearing AT ALL. Too bad. As he says, “Don’t believe me? Look it up.”

Bill Whittle on the Democrats, from beginnings to somewhere near the end.

I hope this video is just a preamble, and that he takes the time to put out a weekly history lesson to expand on these points to considerable depth. It takes a lot more than 12 minutes to cover 175 years worth of duplicity. Heck, even I could speak for 10 minutes on the Copperheads, which he barely even alludes to here. And I still think McClellan was one of them, but he was a bit more pragmatic than most.

I’d explode with happiness if he did the whole series of videos with the able assistance of SCOTUS justice Antonin Scalia, but some things may just have to remain fantasies. Sadly, as far as I know, this is not the plan, and this is the only Pin The Tale vid that there’s going to be. Watch it anyway.


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