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calendar   Saturday - October 31, 2015

up up and away

I feel like I need a magic flying cape - maybe the whole Super Suit - to get done all the stuff I’m trying to do.

Right. Off to the relatives for a couple of days to plant their garden. Got dirt, tools, etc, in the car ... must not forget the bulbs! Oh, and pack some clothes.

Otay. Back Sunday Night. Don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/31/2015 at 03:54 PM   
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calendar   Friday - October 30, 2015

dedicated to all the migrants here and those coming and the dead. especially the dead.

Just started reading the papers, saw this and quit. Booted desktop just to scan this shot.

The story isn’t much different from all the others.  But I though the visual here was the focus.

Unfortunately ... nobody died, so the riff-raff are all still here.  Ah well .... almost.

Meanwhile ,,,, the unter menschen here appear to be having a disagreement over something.
You can see from this alone, without any script, what Europe is in store for.

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There is some upbeat news on this front. 
A boat overturned and another 16 uninvited guests have drowned.  The bad news is that over 200 were saved.

Well, that led me to an old Satchmo tune from many year ago.  The original title being, “I’ll be glad when you’re dead you rascal you”.
I’m quite obviously not a song writer, but hey.  It kept me from using bad language so maybe that’s a point in my favour.

I couldn’t resist changing the words here and there. 

I’m glad that you’re dead, you rascal you,
I’m so glad that you’re dead, you rascal you,
If I let you in my home, you won’t leave my woman alone
I’m glad that you’re dead, you maggot you

I’m glad when you die, you rascal you, uh-huh
I’ll be glad, oh I’ll be cheering, when you finally give up breathing.
When you’re lyin’ six feet deep, no more halal will you eat

I’m glad that you’ve drowned you vermin you,

Ah, you just ain’t no good and that’s a fact,

Now listen here, I’m happy when you die you rascal you,

I’ll be standin’ on the corner high, when they drag your body by
I’ll be glad that you’re dead, we all will be so happy when you’re gone

With your body on the beach, no more borders will you breach
You’re a nuisance and a bother only Merkel types will want ya

I’ll be glad when you’re all dead, you vermin you.

with acknowledgment and apologies to:
Songwriters
Theard, Sam

Published by
Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/30/2015 at 09:42 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - October 29, 2015

arrows to the heart

Here’s a link to a great little graphic, built to scale, that shows how many people are  invading  migrating to Europe from the ‘Stans, Africa, Asia Minor and other parts of the nearer Turd World.  It covers 3 years worth of emmigrations; each arrow is about half a bus full of people.

When the wave really crests in the Summer of 2015, the trail of arrows becomes a solid stream as hundreds of thousands of them encroach.

Sure, sure, they’re fleeing war, poverty, and oppression. Which they’ve been dealing with for ages now. So why, suddenly, do millions have to come in over the hill? And the vast majority of them are young men? I ain’t buying it.

You can play with it a bit, changing the speed and isolating a destination nation at a time. It isn’t 100% realistic, in that the arrows all point to one spot in any given country. So two and three piece routes, like the ones from Africa to the outer islands to Sicily to mainland Italy, just flow in a straight line from the source to the point destination. But it’s pretty good nonetheless.

And it is an invasion, in no uncertain terms. That it took Europe so long to see this, and so long to even admit to feeling some resistance, and maybe now to even try and get themselves a couple of guns ... shows just how benighted our “sophisticated” cousins over there really are. Toe. Dull. Oh. Blivy. Ons.  Total oblivions.

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Every arrow you see represents 25 muslims invading Europe, eager to absorb social services, and completely unwilling to assimilate and accept European values.






http://www.takepart.com/article/2015/10/28/map-that-shows-how-huge-europes-refugee-crisis-really-is


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/29/2015 at 11:08 PM   
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Austrian Chancellor does a U-Turn and joins EC president on immigration.  F*****g idiots

I don’t know what to say that I haven’t said at least a hundred times before.
I can’t even say whatever I have already said, in a different way.

Bmews readers already know what my idea regarding a solution is.

So then, for anyone just surfing through the site for the first time, ..... napalm, poison gas and bullets. Any one of or all three just for fun.
Let the culling start and don’t stop until there are none left.  Easy.  The problem however is ... these folks do not have the will to survive.

Meanwhile ....

The EC (European Commission) president and the Austrian Chancellor issued a joint statement, this is AFTER Austria announced it was going to build a fence.  Looks like someone did a U Turn.

FENCES HAVE NO PLACE IN EUROPE


ONE MILLION more migrants could head for Europe over the winter because of the Syrian war, warns Turkey, as official says the EU risks
‘disintegration’ if it fails to tackle the crisis
· Escalating violence in Syria is expected to lead to more migrants leaving

· Turkey is expecting over one million migrants to cross the border in winter

· Many of the migrants are likely to try and make the dangerous journey to Europe

By Tom Wyke for MailOnline

Over a million more Syrians are expected to flee to neighbouring Turkey following the beginning of Russia’s campaign of air strikes and fresh rebel clashes in the war-torn country.

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Many of the migrants are unlikely to hang around in Turkey and are expected to try and make the dangerous journey across Europe.
With winter fast approaching, violence continues to spread across the country, particularly in the northern regions where air strikes are being carried out on an almost daily basis.

The country, has been struggling with security problems following the suspected ISIS bomb attack ( in Suruc and Ankara ). Turkey already has over one million migrants.

The news comes as one top foreign policy chief warned the European Union risks disintegrating if it fails to respond to its worst migration crisis since World War II collectively.

Federica Mogherini said that if the EU merely relied on national responses to a European issue, ‘the crisis will get worse, with chain reactions from public opinion and national governments’.

To prevent this, she told the Il Sole 24 Ore newspaper, the bloc needed to be equipped with ‘instruments up to the challenge’ without which, she warned, ‘there is the risk of disintegration’.

The comments came a day after Austria announced plans to build a fence at a major border crossing with fellow EU state Slovenia to ‘control’ the migrant influx.

The move would be a blow to the bloc’s cherished passport-free Schengen zone.

After hastily arranged talks between European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann, the two issued a statement stating that ‘fences have no place in Europe’.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/29/2015 at 02:48 PM   
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Our changing world …. do u ever get the feeling too many ppl have too much free time?

This is a few days old but worth the posting. 
At the moment, it’s only a recommendation. 

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Time do march on and it seems to me, society is marching closer to the abyss with every passing day.  Technology advances, medical procedures advance, people are even living longer, I am informed by the press. So, people have lots more free time to spend with their own thoughts.  And heaven knows what else but they continually arrive at conclusions like this.  They generally belong to the left. In fact, I suspect all ovum do.

New guidelines on communal kitchen etiquette for the workplace are suggested
By David Wilkes for the Daily Mail

It may seem an innocent enough act to warm up your sausage roll in the microwave during lunch hour.

But think again, because doing so could seriously upset colleagues of certain faiths, new guidelines on the etiquette of using communal kitchens at work suggest.

Similarly, it would also be advisable to avoid keeping bacon rolls in a fridge shared with people whose religious beliefs prohibit them from eating pork.
New guidelines on the etiquette of using communal kitchens at work suggest not microwaving a sausage roll.

Adam Dinham, professor of faith and public policy at Goldsmiths, University of London, has drawn up a religious literacy programme due to be presented to employers this week.

He said: ‘The microwaves example is a good one. We also say, ‘Don’t put kosher or halal and other . . . special foods next to another [food] or, God forbid, on the same plate.’

Halal and kosher food served at corporate events should be certified, and consideration should be given to whether to serve alcohol, the guidelines further suggest.

Professor Dinham warned that employers should consider new religions and cults, including Scientology, and beliefs such as environmentalism and vegetarianism, as well as the established faiths of Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Sikhism.

The programme, commissioned by CoExist House, an interfaith group, will also deal with other matters including clothing, the right to wear religious symbols such as crucifixes and hijabs, and whether to allow time off on religious holidays.

Professor Dinham said: ‘We have lost the ability to talk about religious belief because of a century of secular assumptions, and most religious belief is either highly visible and we don’t recognise it, or it’s invisible and we miss it entirely.’

Using the office mircrowave to heat up a sausage roll during your lunch hour could offend people of other religions
The guidelines are due to be presented to employers by EY, the Nprofessional services firm.

Professor Dinham told the Sunday Times: ‘We can’t be didactic. You can’t say, ‘Do this, this and this and you’ll get it right’.
‘We point out that there is no definition in law of religion and belief. The Equality Act has [made] an attempt . . . but it is so woolly as to be useless.’

SOURCE and more


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/29/2015 at 12:37 PM   
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the big debate

I only got to see part of the latest GOP debate last night. But the part I did see was grand, with several of the candidates cussing out the leftist MSM and the smarmy CNBC moderators. Yo bitches, you aren’t the news. You’re just a mouthpiece. So can the attitude. I thought the part where Cruz mocked the softball questions of the DNC debate was hilarious.

I was not thrilled with Carson’s on the fly addendum to his flat tax plan ... oh right, we’ll also tax capital gains and corporations 15%; that’ll make up the multi-trillion dollar shortfall. You got played Doc, and you stepped on an IED with that bit.

I might have to catch it on YouTube or something to see the whole thing.

What was your favorite/ least favorite part?


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/29/2015 at 03:12 AM   
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what’s in a name?

Unreal. Yesterday I was freezing my tail off standing outside in my winter parka. Today it rained like mad, and now it’s 70 degrees out. At midnight.

Once upon a time this would have been called Indian Summer. Because that’s when the redskins would raid and steal your harvest. But my goodness, a term like that is beyond the pale (face) these days. I guess we’ll have to call it Get Whitey Week instead. 


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/29/2015 at 03:06 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - October 28, 2015

A Right Writer

A blog you should be reading ... Sultan Knish. It’s essays on the world situation, politics, religion, etc.

Pretty good stuff. Worth reading every post.

Example:

Friday, October 23, 2015
The Death of Europe
European leaders talk about two things these days; preserving European values by taking in Muslim migrants and integrating Muslim migrants into Europe by getting them to adopt European values.

It does not occur to them that their plan to save European values depends on killing European values.
...
Europe invested in the values of its welfare state. The Muslim world invested in large families. Europe expects the Muslim world to bail out its shrinking birth rate by working and paying into the system so that its aging population can retire. The Muslim migrants however expect Europe to subsidize their large families with its welfare state while they deal some drugs and chop off some heads on the side.
...
Europe is drinking rat poison to cure a cold. Instead of changing its values, it’s trying to maintain them by killing itself. The Mohammed retirement plan won’t save European Socialism. It will bury it.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/28/2015 at 08:55 PM   
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You be the Judge

Not sure whether to file this under:

1. Schooling stupidity takes another turn for the worse, or
2. Can you imagine if they replaced “God” with “Allah”?

You be the judge.

http://eagnews.org/update-district-claims-teacher-distraught-after-forcing-students-to-deny-god-is-real/


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Posted by Somnambulist57   Canada  on 10/28/2015 at 06:49 PM   
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Yes, it’s finally come to this

http://video.foxnews.com/v/4582890142001/greta-what-is-racist-about-the-term-hard-worker/?fb_ref=Default#sp=show-clips

I would add something here, but I can’t put the words together without sputtering.


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Posted by Somnambulist57   Canada  on 10/28/2015 at 01:37 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - October 27, 2015

Effin Punks

"When you see the dot, you save a lot!”

“It’s a Grand Union, of all good things, Grand Union.”

A toast to the old company, the grocery chain that first gave me employment. 1977-1988, 1991-1992. Jeff V, Ronny C, Donna I Wanna, where are you know? Jimmy O’, John D, George C, Charlie H ... burn in Hell forever. Especially you Jimmy.

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And all these years later, my Closter store is still empty. So is my Mount Ivy store. Oh Ethel, what happened??


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2015 at 10:01 PM   
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back to square one

Finally back to painting garage door frames again. I put in a decent 3 1/2 hours this afternoon before it grew dark and threatened to rain. Yay money!!

Righto. So I’m in now, getting cleaned up, trying to figure out what to make for dinner. Let’s see ... I think a nice margarita would help me think more clearly, no? Si, I mean jess!!

Nah, you don’t need the recipe. Suffice to say I used the good stuff, even fresh ice made from spring water. Very nice.

It will be burgers. She buys this organic ground beef ... which I really don’t like too much. But I’ll load it down with Italian seasoning and some hot pepper flakes, and nobody will know. Spicy burgers, woo hoo!! And I even have pickles and chips. Kewl. Couple of buttermilk biscuits on the side, whip up some cheese sauce for whatever vegetable, make some mashed potatoes and give them a splash of mushroom gravy ... it’ll go fine. I even have some Coors beers left. Not that dog piss Coors Light. Real Coors. “Thoroly Aged” as it says on the bottle. Which isn’t a bad beer at all.

Hey I wonder, do you think we’re going to do another Send a Gun To England program now that most of EUrope has cottoned to the obvious, that they’re being INVADED by a muslim army?

While it would be delicious nutritious schadenfreude to let them all get mobbed and run down by the Horde of Allah, it’s hard to sit back and let the populace suffer - rape gangs, thieves, imposition of sharia law, and worse - because The Powers That Be are such suicidal sphincter headed baboons.

Hmmph. The problem with one well made margarita is that you’re ever so tempted to prove the recipe by making a second one. And I do have extra limes. And more Cabo Wabo. And more of that orangey Gran Marnier cognac stuff. What the hell.

Ok, where da white women at????


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2015 at 08:44 PM   
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more real steampunk

Another super modern firearm. Adopted in 1906. Total steampunk reality.



The Roth-Steyr M1907

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The first semi-automatic pistol adopted by any military power. Served the Austrio-Hungarian Army throughout WWI. Everything I read leads me to believe it was designed as a cavalry pistol, at the dawn of the machine gun age.

Also known as the Roth-Krnka M.7, it field strips into just 7 parts and the frame.

It was a locked breech design, but an unusual one. Instead of a toggle link (eg 1911) or a rotating bolt, the M.7 used a rotating, recoiling barrel!

The Roth–Steyr pistol fires from an unusual style of locked breech. The bolt is very long. Its rear end is solid, except for a sleeve for the striker, but its front part is hollow and fits tightly over the barrel. The interior of the bolt has cam grooves cut into it, and the barrel has studs which fit into the grooves. When the pistol is fired, the barrel and bolt recoil together within the hollow receiver for about 0.5 inch. During this operation, the helical grooves in the muzzle bushing cause the barrel to turn 90 degrees clockwise, after which it is held while the unlocked bolt continues to the rear, cocking the action as it does so. For safety with intended use by mounted cavalry, the pistol has a heavy trigger pull against the firing striker spring, similar to a hammerless revolver.

See that? It was striker fired, just like the coolest new pistols you can buy today.

It had an internal 10 round magazine, so it was loaded via stripper clip ...

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While the pistol deliberately had no safety, it had a very unique firing pin design: the gun only cocked the firing spring when you fired it! And no, it wasn’t “DAO”, not exactly; this one is a single action semi-auto.

The Roth-Steyr also has an unusual striker mechanism. As the bolt goes forward, the striker is held by the sear with minimal compression of the striker spring. Pulling the trigger forces the striker back, compressing the striker spring, until it is released by the sear to fire the cartridge. This mechanism, very similar to the Roth-Sauer pattern, is said to have demanded by the cavalry; demanding a conscious effort to fire, it guards against a skittish horse jolting a conventional cocked hammer out of engagement with the sear.

For cavalry who at the time used handguns as primary weapons (and who might be liable to drop a pistol from 7 or 8 feet off the ground), this was a considerable benefit. In the early part of the 20th Century, safety features like this were not yet common in automatic handguns, and the Roth-Steyr’s very large sear engagement surface and out of battery safety made it one of the safest automatic pistols of the period. Krnka designed this system 80 years before Gaston Glock designed his polymer wondernine, and over 30 years before Walther would popularize the DA/SA mechanism with the PPK, making his design truly a pistol ahead of its time.

The Roth-Steyr M1907 fired a 8mm (.32 caliber) 116 grain steel jacketed bullet at 1088fps. Not as potent as a 9mm Luger or a .32-20, but a good step up from a .32 ACP or even a .380 ACP. The steel casing on the bullet gave it superb penetration.

And it’s just so damn cool looking.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roth%E2%80%93Steyr_M1907
https://www.all4shooters.com/it/home/pistole/2012-gallerie/Roth-Steyr/
http://www.hungariae.com/RothStey.htm
http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2015/10/23/the-m1907-roth-steyr-an-austrian-striker-fired-handgun-before-it-was-cool-friday-field-strip/
https://www.all4shooters.com/it/home/pistole/2012-articoli/Roth-Steyr-pistola-semiautomatica/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baUTYMPsh9M&ab_channel=ForgottenWeapons

PS - that’s not a hammer spur you see in the top picture. This pistol was hammerless. The little bit sticking out is a hand rest, like the beaver tail on a modern 1911. It puts your hand in the proper position while you’re busy driving your horse.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2015 at 02:16 PM   
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calendar   Monday - October 26, 2015

The 97% Solution

Ever wonder how they came up with “97% of scientists believe...”? I did, so I did a little research. From “Scientific American”:

“The point of contention is a peer-reviewed study published last year [2013] by Green, a chemistry professor at Michigan Technological University; John Cook, a research fellow at the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland in Australia; and 10 other scientists who blog under the collective name of Skeptical Science. The scientists examined 4,014 abstracts on climate change and found 97.2 percent of the papers assumed humans play a role in global warming (ClimateWire, May 16, 2013).

“That statement quickly got boiled down in the popular media to a much simpler message: that 97 percent of scientists believe climate change is caused by humans. President Obama tweeted the 97 percent consensus. Comedian John Oliver did a segment on it that went viral on the Internet.” (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-to-determine-the-scientific-consensus-on-global-warming/)

So, folks, the next time some self-proclaimed “expert” (like Bill Nye, David Suzuki, Al Gore, Neil Young, Obama, et.al.) tosses out that 97% number, counter with the truth. These showmen are a bit light on that - truth - just like the fudged numbers we’re subjected to are.


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Posted by Somnambulist57   Canada  on 10/26/2015 at 07:32 PM   
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