Thursday, October 30, 2014

Black Resentment, and Other BS

You shouldn't need Steve Sailer to tell you what the fuss is all about. The drive to keep Ferguson alive — the liberal anti-White narrative about Ferguson, that is — is all about getting the Black vote out to elect more scumbag Democrats. Oh, and the useful-idiot White liberal vote, too. The fact that Michael Brown was a murderous thug who attacked a cop is beside the point. The narrative demands that he be innocent, so Obama and his lickspittle attack dog, Eric Holder, declare that he is, and promise to keep the rioting going until somebody is forced to sacrifice the cop. Or at least until the election is over, and then they can develop some new Ferguson-type events for future use.

Blacks are, of course, mostly just pawns in all this, doing what comes naturally, but how do you explain the White liberals? These are the bozos who were eager to elect Obama to bring us all together and be all post-racial. Do they not notice, or care, that the precise opposite is happening? Obama kept the pressure on, encouraging demonstration and rioting until the authorities in Florida were intimidated into putting Zimmerman on trial. Now Holder is hanging around Ferguson, demanding a new autopsy every few days, cheering the rioters on, determined to bring down the city government and police force and replace them with Black Panthers or Tonton Macoute. Steve Sailer puts it all this way:

It's Just Like Willie Horton Except Completely Different
Quibcag: Again, not a true quibcag. Happy homogenous Japan has little "diversity," hence hardly any angry, resentful Blacks, so the anime artists never draw them. So I had to use a picture of our own little angry Black man.

Rantamos, Muchachos! — Con Neale Osborn!

As hard as it may be to believe, Neale starts with Mama Liberty this week. Then to ebola, and I don't think Neale has to agree entirely with Tom Kratman, but he could do worse. Tom's site is HERE. Then we move on to the story of a self-destructive idiot woman in Minnesota. Neale says she has a right to protest. I'm not sure she has a right to be in this country at all. She seems more like the North Korea type.

Then some stories about self-defense with guns. Most notably, the recent dust-up in Canada, where an old White guy saved the day. Now, it's not always an old White guy who saves the day. Sometimes it's a middle-aged White guy or even a young White guy. But liberals hate stuff like that in any case. Neale tells me one thing I didn't know, though. Canadian law said that the old White guy wasn't allowed to be armed, so he had to run to his office to get the gun before he could gun down the perp. Some cooling-off period. Sargent Preston would be chagrined.  Then another old White guy, probably even older, saves... well, you read it.

More crooked Democrat vote fraud in Chicago, Bathhouse Barry's home town — or one of them. I agree with Neale that electronic voting is an invitation to fraud. That's also true of early voting, mail-in voting, and any kind of voting except the old-fashioned, show up at the polls and mark a ballot voting. Then some more Secret Service stuff.

Finally, Neale's wrong about gay marriage. It's harmful to real marriage because it helps trivialize it even more than it already has been trivialized. And it's an offense to logic. I'm not being narrow-minded. All kinds of marriages are possible, from mass polygamy to the normal Western kinds. But every damn one involves at least one male and one female. Marriage is, you see, about creating and raising children. And you can't do that without at least one participant of each sex. And don't tell me they can adopt. Anybody can adopt. Marriage has nothing to do with adoption. RAH did not include gay "marriage" in The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, because it doesn't make any logical sense. Then, or now. Gay "marriage" is just a trendy fad of our time, like swallowing goldfish or bear-baiting. Future generations will think we were nuts to take it seriously. That's my mini-rant. But of course Neale is dead right that homosexuals who want to pretend to get married have no right to force anybody to help with it. And then a really nice big long quote. And this week's illustration is a rather surreal one, starry Revy of Black Lagoon (ブラック・ラグーン Burakku Ragūn) Now to Neale:

Neale's Gun Rant for 10-26-2014
by Neale Osborn

Attribute to L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

We always start these off with the wise words of mama Liberty. And we are doing so again. [Link]
Did you ever walk down a street and have the strong sensation that someone was watching you? Ever enter a room and just KNOW someone else was there (or recently had been), even if you could not see or hear them? Have you locked the door, walked to your car, and then decided to go back into the house because you knew you forgot something, even if you didn't know what it was until later? Ever meet someone who just struck you wrong, whom you instinctively distrusted without any overt signs of hostility or malevolence from that person?
What did you do then? Did you pay attention and take evasive or defensive action? Or did you discount your own unease and continue into the situation without further thought or caution? Nine times out of ten you might be lucky enough to avoid trouble anyway, but the consequences could be serious, or even fatal. Once is too many, especially since your own body and mind work constantly to evaluate your surroundings, read the emotions and actions of people and animals, and give you early warning of danger. If you let it...
That's how humans have managed to survive from the beginning. Your natural instincts are seriously important, and you can do a lot to improve and make good use of them. That's the good news.
Do I REALLY need to tell you what to do next? Didn't think so.......

In NYC, we have yet another Ebola case—another doctor who followed ALL the protocols and still got infected. Sometimes, I think it might be better if I agreed with Tom Kratman. But, as he knows, I don't. Mostly.

This one contains a wee bit'o mixed feelings. Of course the idiot has the right to protest against anything she desires. It's called the First Amendment. Of course, HE has the right to carry where and when he wants! [Link]
One can have legitimate disagreements about the Second Amendment, but what this Minnesota woman is doing is bound to make gun rights advocates more than just a little angry (via KAAL tv)[emphasis mine]:
A sign posted in a front yard brings an interesting debate. At the center of it, your constitutional rights. In the past few weeks there's been a number of stories involving guns on school property in Olmsted County. The issue Friday is a gun near school property and the way one woman is voicing her concern.Matthew Halleck brings his two girls to and from the outskirts of Harriet Bishop Elementary in Rochester every day. "I'm going to protect my children anyway I can," said Halleck.
For Matthew, that means carrying a concealed gun that he has a permit for, while adhering to all legal boundaries. "It's not crossing the street here, where the crosswalk is, it's making sure it's concealed so the kids can't see it," he said.
But Matthew is no longer the only one who knows he's carrying a gun. Recently a sign went up in a front yard across the street from the school. It has Matthew's picture on it and reads, "This man carries a loaded gun around your children every day."
"Since we don't have a way to stop him, we felt it was important to notify the neighborhood and the parents that there is an armed man in their presence," said Kimberly Edson, a Rochester resident who put the sign up. "The first couple days of school he had it very visible, we saw it and were quite concerned," she said.
Kimberly called the police the day the picture was taken, but they said Matthew has a legal right to carry off school property. Matthew also contacted authorities concerning the sign, and while they briefly took the sign down, it was eventually determined that Kimberly was also breaking no laws. "He has a 2nd Amendment right to carry the gun, I have my 1st Amendment right to say that I don't like it," said Edson.
That's all fine and dandy, but why on Earth does Edson think Halleck is a threat? The vast majority of gun owners are law-abiding citizens; Halleck is just doing what any father would do for his children: protect them. Ms. Edson's antics have compromised that goal as he's lost tactical surprise.
On the other hand, would-be criminals might think twice about messing around in Halleck's neighborhood knowing that he is armed. One this is for sure: Mr. Halleck should consider open carry from now on thanks to Edson.
Be advised that in Minnesota, there are no concealed carry permits—only carry permits that permit both open AND concealed carry—so he was not guilty of "flashing" his piece—a crime in many idiotic states (like mine) that will punish a CCW holder for allowing the weapon to be seen. One thing is for sure—a thief walking through that neighborhood knows which house it's safe to rob—that idiot, Kimberly Edson.

We shall start off a series of "good guys with guns" stories (something most Democrats do not acknowledge as existing—in fact, they poo-poo their existence) with a Democrat politician with a gun. Of course, he's a STATE senator rather than a national senator, so he's allowed to be pro-gun. And he used his quite well. [Link]
When Marty Flynn and Ryan Bizarro were on their way back to the Pennsylvania State Capitol late on a Tuesday evening, they were brazenly attacked by four young teenagers.
The teens had just come off a set of robberies the day before and were feeling emboldened and confident as they strolled up to the two men and pulled guns on them.
What they weren't prepared for was what happened next...
Flynn, a former prison guard and expert level martial artist, wasted no time in drawing his concealed handgun and opening fire on the attackers. Flynn exchanged fire with his assailants, who then fled after encountering resistance.
The boys, ages 15 to 17, were apprehended just a short while later and will be tried as adults for their violent crime.
It's a shame these experienced criminals who happen to be young survived their encounter with Marty, but probably better for Marty's future with the Democrat Party. One would hope he'd switch to Libertarian, where this type of person belongs.

Self defense and defense of others moves on to Canada, where concealed carry is rare, but they DO allow some people, like veteran RCMP Sargent at Arms Kevin Vickers, serving at the Canadian Parliament, to keep a pistol IN HIS OFFICE, NOT ON HIS PERSON. So after a recent Muslim convert decided to kill himself some Canadian government officials, starting with a soldier, Vickers was able to go to the office, retrieve his weapon, and shoot the bastard. WHY the Sargent at Arms is not actually armed is not known to me! [Link]
The Washington Post (WaPo) published a story on October 23 expressing thanks to God that Canadian Sergeant at Arms Kevin Vickers saved an untold number of lives and further carnage in Canada's Parliament when he drew a gun and shot and killed Michael Zehif-Bibeau--the recent Islamic convert who had shot and killed a Canadian Forces reservist and was running through Parliament trying to reach the gallery of MPs.
On October 22, Breitbart News reported that Vickers, a good guy with a gun, ended the terror attack by ending Zehif-Bibeau's life. This point is not lost on The Washington Post, which on October 23 ran a story thanking God for Vickers and his gun.According to WaPo, "In numerous news reports, Vickers, 58, is already being held as a national hero who eyewitnesses say prevented a massacre that would have been nothing short of a national tragedy."
The article continued:
By all accounts, the white-haired grandfather, a decorated veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, kept cool amid the chaos as dozens of bullets flew in the corridors, went in his office, retrieved his weapon and with a firm hand and a steely eye shot a killer before he could kill again. Vickers, who is 6 feet 4 inches tall, then walked away, gun-in-hand, having "taken care of business," as one news outlet put it.
NOTE AGAIN—The Sargent at Arms (meaning the guard at the door) had to go to his office to get his gun. Yeah, his "steely eye and firm hand" won the day, but why the hell did this man have to go get his gun, rather than draw his weapon from his holster?

And finally, in the self defense annals, we just KNOW that the anti-Constitutional victim disarmers will find some way to blame this brave man for his actions. [Link] Is the Grampa white? Then it was racism. The "boys" look like innocent young choirboys (or will, when Mommy breaks out their grammar school photos) who couldn't have actually done what Grampa says—they were probably shot for showing up to take his granddaughter out on a date. And of course, we'll discover that he didn't pass a background check when he bought the gun (using that infamous non-existent gun show loophple), so he needs to be prosecuted for that, too.
LUMBERTON, NC—A grandfather shot back and is believed to have killed a suspect in a home-invasion and attempted rape of his teen granddaughter on Monday night, Robeson County Sheriff's officials said. The grandfather was also shot—but he also managed to shoot the 2 other suspects in the home-invasion and attempted rape, said Maj. Anthony Thompson with the Robeson County Sheriff's Office. The incident started around 10 pm at a house on Yedda Road in Lumberton on Monday night when someone knocked on the home of the grandfather, his wife and their 19-year-old granddaughter, according to the sheriff's office. Two of three men—all wearing black clothes, ski masks and gloves—stormed into the house and demanded money, officials said. The grandfather and his wife ended up in the back of the house and were directed at gunpoint to open a safe. The three men were all armed and tried to rape the teen girl, officials said.
One tough old bastard—I wish him a speedy recovery. I wish his assailants peritonitis and a painful slow death. Yeah, I mean it.

Chicago's already pulling out all the stops in order to ensure a Democrat victory in November. [Link] [Link]
A Republican candidate in Chicago, Jim Moynihan, tried to vote for himself in early elections and was surprised to find that the voting machine registered a vote for his opponent, a Democrat:
While using a touch screen voting machine in Schaumburg, Moynihan voted for several races on the ballot, only to find that whenever he voted for a Republican candidate, the machine registered the vote for a Democrat in the same race. He notified the election judge at his polling place and demonstrated that it continued to cast a vote for the opposing candidate's party. Moynihan was eventually allowed to vote for Republican candidates, including his own race.
Isn't that spacial (using David Spade's voice) that they finally allowed the man to vote for himself instead of his opponent. Now, before some asswipe whines that Republicans have been caught doing the same thing, from the same article we have this --
Of course, this issue has been widely reported on when it comes to Democrat votes being switched to Republican. The documentary Hacking Democracy showed how easily Diebold voting machines could be hacked. Of course, the film-makers pointed to a vast right-wing conspiracy to change votes and steal elections. But it has been less widely publicized when a voting machine turns left. When a voting machine votes Democrat, it's a computer glitch or a hardware error. If it turns Republican, it's the center of some Republican conspiracy.
How about this, though? It's likely that machines go both ways. It's very likely that both parties has people within them that are willing to do whatever it takes, even cheating the system, to get their own people elected. And if it is the case that a voting machine could easily be tampered with, perhaps we should just return to paper ballots and a bipartisan counting committee which has to agree on numbers before they are released. Otherwise, we'll never really know.
An important quote, often attributed to Joseph Stalin, applies here, "I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this—who will count the votes, and how." Indeed.
I agree. I hate voting electronically—I don't trust either side of the Boot-On-Your-Neck Party (the Democrat-Republican Party, (trading clones whose only differences are skin color (occasionally) and whether the graft goes to the military-industrial supply companies or to "green" companies like Solyndra) to respect my vote. I want a fucking paper ballot, not an electronic one. Democrats call it a "calibration error" rather than what they called hanging chads—"Republican voter fraud"—because THIS time it favors the Democrats. One wonders if ALL of the dead will vote Democrat in Chicago this year......

So I just finished watching an episode of "Counting Cars" from the DVR, and the TV goes to live. It's the local news—WENY CBS out of Elmira NY—talking about a SS raid on a man in town. No one knows why, except for vague comments about "He may have made threats against the President.", but here's what they DO say—First, they took "several guns" and "home-made weapons" from the home. within an hour of the raid, the local building inspector has condemned the home. And neighbors don't know why the SS was here, but they DID find one old drunk man to say he's glad they "tooked away dem weapons, cuz dey's kids in da neighborhood". (this is a rough translation—the dude had no teeth, and appeared to be at least 3 sheets to the wind). Considering last week's story of the SS trying to get cops to lie about having a warrant in order to gain access to a home in another state (where the cops told the SS to effectively fuck off) the Glorious NYSP sturmtroopers gleefully aided the federal sturmtroopers in the takedown. I wonder if there actually was a warrant this time...............

Let me be blunt—Religious objections to gay marriage, while perfectly legal, are ridiculous. Gay marriage CANNOT harm hetero marriage, it doesn't harm the family, and God, if he exists, made gays gay, so I doubt if it would bother him/her/it. That being said, NO ONE can be coerced to perform a marriage ceremony for a couple that person's religion considers sinful. Now, to the meat of the matter. [Link] Some of you will read the link and say "But it's a business, so they cannot discriminate!". WRONG. Despite the growing number of cases of government forcing (or punishing refusal) businesses for refusing service to gay couples, it is their RIGHT to refuse to engage in what they see as sin—even if the rest of us find that "sin" stupid.
A pair of Christian ministers in Idaho may face up to $1,000 in fines and six months in prison for refusing to perform same-sex weddings at their for-profit wedding chapel.
Although no charges have been filed yet, Donald and Evelyn Knapp have preemptively filed a lawsuit against the city of Coeur d'Alene, claiming, "For the past several months, the City has privately and publicly threatened to apply [the city's nondiscrimination] Ordinance to the Knapps if same-sex marriage became legal in Idaho and the Knapps declined to perform a same-sex wedding ceremony at The Hitching Post Wedding Chapel."
"Each day the Knapps decline to perform a requested same-sex wedding ceremony, they commit a separate and distinct misdemeanor, subject to the same penalties. Thus, if the Knapps decline a same-sex wedding ceremony for just one week, they risk going to jail for over 3 years and being fined $7,000."
Even though they are not currently facing charges, it only seems smart to pre-emptively file a suit to eliminate that possibility. What say you?

I'm not gonna end this one the same way, Pilgrim. Th' HELL I'm not! It's time for the Quotes of the Week. Today, it will all be about why I carry a gun, and it came through Viner Mark in Wyoming—

I don't carry a gun........ kill people. I carry a gun to keep from being killed.

I don't carry a gun to scare people. I carry a gun because sometimes this world can be a scary place. 

I don't carry a gun because I'm paranoid. I carry a gun because there are real threats in this world. 

I don't carry a gun because I am evil. I carry a gun because I've lived long enough to see the evil in the world. 

I don't carry a gun because I hate the government. I carry a gun because I understand the limitations of government. 

I don't carry a gun because I'm angry. I carry a gun so that I don't have to spend the rest of my life hating myself for failing to be prepared. 

I don't carry a gun because my sex organs are too small. I carry a gun because I want to continue to use those sex organs for the purpose they were intended for a good long time to come. 

I don't carry a gun because I want to shoot someone. I carry a gun because I want to die at a ripe old age in my bed and not on a sidewalk somewhere tomorrow afternoon. 

I don't carry a gun to make me feel like a man. I carry a gun because a real man knows how to take care and protect their property, themselves and the ones they love. 

I don't carry a gun because I feel inadequate. I carry a gun because unarmed and facing armed thugs I am inadequate. 

I don't carry a gun because I love it. I carry a gun because I love life and the people who make it meaningful to me. 

I don't carry a gun to shoot to kill someone. I carry a gun and would shoot as necessary to stay alive. If the assailant dies as a result of a desire to harm me, it's no loss to society.

And that's a wrap, friends.

The Nanny State Strikes Again!

Guest post from Dru Forseti

You have all probably seen this now infamous picture of the so called "Teen Bonnie and Clyde" taken in the living room of "Clyde's" parent's home. The story behind this picture (and this is the short version) is that these two teens were preparing to attend a school dance and dad decided to take some pictures of the couple to remember the event. At some point, someone thought it would be cool to have them pose with toy guns that are only capable of firing plastic BB style ammunition.

The couple then attended their dance, returned home and after the weekend was over, returned to school on Monday. While at school, the two were ordered to the principal's office where they were subjected to interrogation by the police and had their persons and lockers searched. The search turned up nothing illegal and the interrogation revealed nothing. At no time were the children allowed to contact their parents nor was a child advocate present during the interrogation.

The police determined that the two represented no threat at all and the children were given a 10 day suspension and sent home. They may not return to school until the School Board hearing scheduled for after the detention is served.

Is this a case of the public school district asserting authority over what happens in the privacy of a person's home? Is it an overreaction on the part of the Principal? Is it a precaution necessary to ensure these two don't pose a threat to the students at the school in light of the rash of school shootings the country is currently experiencing?

What do you think?

Wednesday, October 29, 2014


Me, I'm what you might call an "old-time gamer." That is, I was into computer games way back when, in the "Ultima" era. My good friend Dave Holle, who introduced me to the whole phenomenon, actually worked in the field of creating the games, and contributed to Ultima and the very clever "Sherwood Forest," and other games of that sort. I even went so far as to author a game myself and sold the rights, but it remains, alas, unpublished, and probably always will.

Anyhow, I drifted away from the whole thing at about the time it got popular to play interactively on line, partly because of other responsibilities, and partly because the game setups had gotten more and more complicated, and for me, at least, slowed the experience down too much. So I've really lost track of what's going on in the gaming world, so much that I had only vaguely heard of #GamerGate, and I'm even still a little dubious about what the hashtag means. Otherwise, I'm pretty computer savvy and sophisticated for an old coot. I guess it's the "social media" connection that's my blind spot. It's a good thing I asked before I looked it up on Wikipedia, because Wikipedia says it's a worker ant. Imagine how confused that would have made me.

So, taking all that into consideration, I'm turning the whole kerfluffle over to Jeff Odgis for a guest post, because he understands all this better than I ever will.

Anti-#GamerGate is Worse Than Ebola
SJW's destroy what they infect, and their new target is Gaming
Special guest post by Jeff Odgis

'Outrage in search of a cause' is the best way to summarize the modus operandi of social critics who have latched onto electronic Gaming as their new target for "reform." So-called Social Justice Warriors [SJWs,] (a tongue-in-cheek term used to describe overly eager social activists who seek out and sometimes purposefully provoke incidents to suit some pre-existing socio-political agenda) have moved to strike at the typically apolitical and apathetic community of Gamers, both on- and offline. Gamers are a largely self-identified group and the term is commonly understood in the English-speaking parts of the world to refer to players of electronic, or 'video'-games. This explanation is necessary because the definition of Gamers itself has come under attack from these newcomers and therefore has become something of a controversy on its own. Although many people play games of all kinds the world over, video-games being a relatively new phenomenon has created a new class of players that are distinguished from the others by the type of games they play: Namely, electronic kinds, and oftentimes these people call themselves 'Gamers.' Unlike in-real-life sports and those who play them and which are identified by name synonymous with type, video-game players or 'Gamers' play games of many varities on these electronic platforms and have a wide variety of options to choose from to suit many tastes, personal backgrounds, interests and age groups.

"You're having fun wrong!" - Radical Feminists on gaming, summed up by Anonymous
This is unacceptable to the newly-arrived social critics, who while pretending the dual-role of journalists and Gamers themselves have taken up the agenda of the Social Justice Warriors to find solutions to problems that many agree are largely confined to their own perceptions and their output in the gaming-media of late. Gamers for the most part take an uncritical view of much of the product the gaming industry produces, preferring to let their wallets speak for them in terms of rewarding companies with purchases of quality wares. The freshly-arrived activists however see that as cause for taking offense (along with seemingly virtually every other facet of and interaction with their newly adopted host-community of Gamers.) Their campaign for reform has been waged through the gaming media press, describing Gamers in the most unflattering terms with little to no eye towards journalistic integrity (impartiality) and seemingly with a preference to scapegoat Gamers for a whole host of social ills perceived by the authors relating to the gaming industry that somehow seem to have escaped the notice of the majority of their reader- and viewership up that point. Needless to say these vociferous denouncements have been reacted to harshly by the gaming community at large. It has been received particularly poorly on social media especially on online platforms such as Twitter. Scorned Gamers have come out in droves to protest what they see as biased and corrupt Yellow Journalism from many mainstream gaming publications and websites in what appears to be opposition generated as a result of this socio-political agenda aimed at them. This protest group, a vertible consumer revolt, has come to be known as #GamerGate (the pound-sign is a means of identifying a term through the social media platform Twitter, hence its prefix to 'Gamergate,' and this is called a 'hashtag' in the fancy language of modern Internet users.) Though some subsets of the #Gamergate community focus on the deeper aspects of corruption some of the journalists involved (affairs that would seem to raise concerns for conflicts of interests in a number of cases, and pay-for-play ethical issues in others) are alleged to have been engaged in many others have chosen to make public statements on social media and elsewhere in opposition to what Gamergaters perceive to be an organized campaign of ostracism and scapegoating orchestrated by the mainstream gaming media. Some contend that this campaign is narrowly focused on advancing the political agendas of certain prominent personalities new in gaming media whose careers overlap with other kinds of social activism, women like Anita Sarkeesian whose YouTube channel 'Feminist Frequency,' has been broadcasting a message of third-wave Feminism for years before Gamergate erupted as a scandal-turned-consumer revolt. One member of the Gamergate community who goes by the moniker InternetAristocrat summed up his thoughts on these events with a brief YouTube video you can see here:
Other commentators have turned to social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and blogs to express their disastifaction with this state of affairs. While some of the prominent media personalities involved have themselves complained of harassment, alleging that criticisms of their articles and opinions about gamers themselves amount to attacks few in the mainstream gaming community treat these claims as having any credibility. To date none of the allegations of threats or personal attacks by the SJW-aligned journalists has been demonstrated to be any more than empty claims on the part of those reporting them nor are they distinguishable from ordinary trolling* by anonymous posters on the Internet.

For more on this phenomenon, and how the anti-Gamergate movement is WORSE THAN EBOLA! Please see these links:


Further reading:
How to End Gamergate:

*For those unaccustomed to the term 'trolling,' it is a practice of leaving nonsensical or confrontational comments on websites soley in order to get a reaction from others and draw attention to the original comment-poster. It is also a commonplace practice on the Internet, and while seen as socially unacceptable is known to most frequent Internet users as a kind of necessary evil inherent to the free and privacy-regarding design of some of the most popular websites.
Quibcag: Don't know who the girl is.

Carnation Milk Humor

A little humor to start the day from my good buddy, Jack Corbett.

65 Years  Ago.   This is PRICELESS  ...
A little old lady from Wisconsin had worked in and around her family dairy farms 
since she was old enough to walk, with hours of hard work and little compensation.
When canned Carnation Milk became available in grocery stores in the 1940s, she 
read an advertisement offering $5,000 for the best slogan.
The producers wanted a rhyme beginning  with 'Carnation Milk is best of all.'
She thought to herself, I know everything there is to know about milk and dairy 
farms. I can do this!
She sent in her entry, and several weeks later a black car pulled up in front of 
her house.
A large man got out, knocked on her door, and said, "Ma'am, the president of 
Carnation milk absolutely LOVED your entry.  So much, in fact, that we are here 
to award you $1,000, even though we will not be able to use it for our advertisements!"
He did, however, have one printed up to hang on his office wall.

Here it is - true story!  

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

L. Neil Smith on G. I. Joe Biden

I've been referring to Joe Biden as "G. I. Joe" every since he promised to defend Lithuania from Vladimir Putin, no doubt with his shotgun. Hell hath no fury like an aging draft dodger. Anyhow, can you imagine what it would be like if the press was as anti-liberal as it is anti-conservative? Can you imagine how they'd react to a conservative (or libertarian) calling for somebody to get killed in order to advance a political agenda?

Believe me, they'd be critical. They wouldn't ignore it, like they ignore such outrageous statements from liberals. Now, Joe is a little flakier than most, but he's hardly unique. Hillary just informed us that businesses don't create jobs. Evidently it's feminists and welfare recipients or elves that create jobs.

Well, G. I. Joe has expressed his hope that we'll soon have a replacement for Jim Brady to put on display, and L.Neil Smith has this reaction at The Libertarian Enterprise.

Patience Hell—I'm Gonna Kill Something!
by L. Neil Smith

Attribute to L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

Joseph Biden may be the unintentional court jester of the Barack Hussein Ebola administration, but he said something the other day that bears contemplation. The victim-disarmament movement, he said, needs another Jim Brady, another high-profile shooting victim to re-energize the political effort to strip us all of our right to the means of self-defense.

More than 30 years ago, I first compared that movement, and its gumps and gremlins, to vultures on a cactus, waiting for someone -- even one of their own number—to die in a manner they can make hay from. Ayn Rand could have predicted this sick, obscene, sacrificial policy. And now, King of Klowns Biden has just agreeably confirmed my view.

What's more, the socialists who call themselves Democrats have demonstrated that they're not above creating such atrocities in order to get their point across, The number of questions left unanswered in the event known as the Sandy Hook Shootings outnumbers the supposed victims, and it could well be that the highly photogenic event is just as phony as the Tonkin Gulf Incident was, used to start the War in Vietnam.

Which is why I have proposed from time to time, that any employee of the government, at any level, who lies to any member of the public, or keeps secrets from them, be subjected to the death penalty. Believe me, I am as completely serious about this as I can be. As history has amply demonstrated over and over again, government lies and secrets kill.

By the millions.

All of this is especially pertinant as Bolshevik Barry's evil schemes mature. His policies, for example, with regard to disease "control" make perfect sense. They are aimed at controlling the country through the CDC, FEMA, and martial law. They are guaranteed to result in the cruel deaths of millions of Americans, which is just dandy with Obama: he and those closest to him believe that Mother Earth needs about six billion fewer peasants. And the crisis can be used as an excuse to seize absolute power. I have wanted to write about this at length, book length, to name names, and expose the death movement's history, but I have not yet found the support required.

I will continue to look around.

Meanwhile, expect some spectacular assassination, which will be exploited to advance the totalitarian cause of victim disarmament, And don't expect it to be spontaneous or random: it will be done at the behest of those of Biden's mind-set, by a mental-health zombie they created and have been saving up for the occasion. See The Parallax View or Telefon. The association between such violent events and psychodrugs or electroshock has never been investigated thoroughly because it gives the lie to demands for further restrictions on weapons.

Privately-owned firearms in America, perhaps as many as seven hundred fifty million (750,000,000) of them, "of modern design and in good working order" represent an obstacle to Obama's ambitions of the most serious kind. Do not expect any cessation in the strident demands for gun confiscation from him, his vice, and their associates until they have been thrown where they belong, on the garbage-heap of history.
Quibcag: Actually, this is a reuse of a quibcag from a few months before, so I don't remember where the illustration came from.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Hillary Hilarity

Bayou Renaissance Man

has picked Hillary as

Doofus Of The Day #794

Go HERE to read all about it.

Quibcag: The cloud-cuckoo rider is, I believe, from Dragon Ball Z (ドラゴンボールZ(ゼット),