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Thursday, April 24, 2014

News Station Airs Interview With Womans Camel Toe

Idiots.

This is funny shit though.

News Station Airs In-Depth Coverage of Local Hero's Camel Toe



After six Houston teens broke into a house, using a basketball to break a window, local news station KPRC aired an interview with the heroic neighbor who saw them and called police. The witness wanted to remain anonymous, so the station pointed the camera away from her face—and now she's probably wishing they hadn't.

At least 10 full seconds of the woman's crotch made it to air, despite the fact that the station obviously had plenty of footage of the neighborhood that she could have talked over.

She wasn't exactly asking to be put into witness protection. Not spoon-feeding video of an interview subject's labia to radio hosts/camel toe fetishists Opie and Anthony is just basic courtesy.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Supreme Court Stomps On 4th Amendment, Again.

Ho hum, just another day watching the rapid decline of this country and the freedoms it used to be famous for.

The clock is ticking just a bit faster this morning on what is now inevitable.


Supreme Court Gives Police New Power To Rely On Anonymous Tips



The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police can stop and search a driver based solely on an anonymous 911 tip.
The 5-4 decision split the court's two most conservative justices, with Justice Clarence Thomas writing for the majority and Justice Antonin Scalia penning the dissent.
In August 2008, an anonymous 911 caller in California phoned in a report that a pickup truck had run her off the road. The caller gave the location of the incident, plus the make and model of the truck and the license plate number.
Police subsequently pulled over a truck matching that description and smelled marijuana as they were walking toward the vehicle. Officers eventually found 30 pounds of marijuana in the truck and arrested the driver, Jose Prado Navarette.
Navarette challenged the search and arrest as unconstitutional, arguing that officers did not have reasonable suspicion to pull him over in the first place because police knew nothing about the identity or reliability of the tipster.
The five-justice court majority disagreed, and in so doing gave police new authority to rely on anonymous tipsters.
The court has long held that officers can make stops based on anonymous tips, but the information in those tips must provide enough detail to give rise to a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. In this case, Thomas, the author of the majority opinion, concluded that because the 911 tipster said she had been forced off the road, she was an eyewitness, and that police could infer that there was reason to believe the truck driver was drunk.
Relying on 911 tipsters is reasonable, he said, because "a 911 call has some features that allow for identifying and tracking callers," and the calls can be recorded.
In a scathing dissent, fellow conservative Scalia called the Thomas opinion a "freedom-destroying cocktail" that would encourage "malevolent" tipsters to make false reports. It matters not whether the caller gave details about her alleged accident. The issue, said Scalia, is "whether what she claimed to know was true."
As to the inference that the truck's driver was drunk, Scalia pointed out that the police officers here followed the pickup for over five minutes — and "five minutes is a long time" — without any indication of drunken driving or even bad driving.
"After today's opinion," said Scalia, "all of us on the road, and not just drug dealers, are at risk

BATF Says Nearly 500,000 Gun Silencer Permits In 2013

At $200 a crack just for the permit.

They have been hammered with so many applications that they say the average wait now is NINE MONTHS!





Gun silencer sales are booming


 

NEW YORK - Sales are booming for silencers, the cylindrical devices used to muffle gunfire.
The civilian market for silencers soared 37% in 2013, when the total number shot up to nearly a half a million, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives registry. That's compared to 360,000 in 2012 and 285,000 in 2011.
Silencers are so popular that there's a nine-month wait to have a registration approved by the ATF, according to Ben Shim, a certified firearms instructor and gun industry analyst with CRT Capital Group in Stamford, Conn.
"People have gone crazy buying guns, but they're done buying them for the time being, so they're buying accessories," Shim said.
Many gun owners rushed to buy assault rifles after the Newtown massacre, fearing that a weapons ban would be enacted. Now, Shim says, those owners are customizing their guns with "a dizzying array of accessories." Add-ons include silencers, flashlights, laser scopes, stocks, pistol grips and rail systems for attaching even more accessories.
"The AR-15 weapons platform is very modular," said Shim, referring to a type of rifle used by the U.S. military. "It's like Barbie for men."
Silencers attach to the end of a gun barrel and can be used with a variety of handguns and rifles. They are more accurately referred to as suppressors, since "the noise of a chambered round being fired is never silent, only suppressed or dampened," said gun industry analyst Brian Rafn of Morgan Dempsey Capital Management in Milwaukee.
The popularity of suppressors is driven in part by the value they offer to hunters, said Rafn, because they "give the hunter multiple shots without frightening the game."
ATF special agent Tim Graden said that silencers are categorized as firearms by the federal government, even though the silencer itself can't fire a bullet.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Arkansas ex-cop killed while trying to set anti-corruption blogger’s hot dog cart on fire

One down.

Fucker got what he had coming too.

(Give it a minute to load all the way)

Arkansas ex-cop killed while trying to set anti-corruption blogger’s hot dog cart on fire (via Raw Story )

A former police officer died while trying to set ablaze a food cart belonging to a blogger who exposed crooked cops and other corrupt city officials. ArkansasMatters.com reported Friday that former Little Rock Police Officer Todd Payne died when blogger…



You noticed that the cops had not responded to his first call after fifteen minutes, right?

I wonder how long it took them to get there after he called back and told them the fat bastard was dead?

Yes, Those Pants Make Your Ass Look Big

Finish taking them off though and it be just fine.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Very Nice Rifle



Some clown I know stumbled onto a smokin' deal last night and picked up one of these with all the goodies.


Ruger .243 MKII.

Stainless steel.

Synthetic stock.

Sling.

Scope.

Looks Brand Spanking New.

Looking at them on the intertubes I see them going from $600 and up without the scope.

Crusty The Clown guy got it for three bills


It's not Hot, either.

Dammit, some guy's have all the luck.






Friday, April 18, 2014

Will The Real Domestic Terrorists Please Stand Up

I'm talking to the likes of you, Mr. Harry Reid. The rest of you clueless fucking gun grabbers need to pay attention here too




Shamelessly stolen for further dissemination from Mike at Ninety Miles From Tyranny.

Pass it along.

The Easter Bunny Is Coming!! NSFW!!!!!!

The shit ya find on the internet.


This is pretty off the wall and ...... nasty.


Where it came from is going to cause your jaw to drop. The target audience is going to piss you off.

You have been warned if you click on the video.


By James Hibberd on Apr 16, 2014
Fox’s NSFW Easter cartoon is drawing some holiday heat. The animated short on the network’s Animation Domination High-Def (ADHD) online channel is a raunchy (and quite catchy) music video titled “The Easter Bunny’s Coming” (video below).

The Parents Television Council, an independent watchdog group that monitors network programming and frequently protests content, called the video “X rated” and crowned it “the most explicit material we’ve ever seen produced by a broadcast television network.”

“We thought we had seen the worst of ‘ADHD’ when Fox aired a segment several months ago with high school characters gleefully taking cell phone pictures of their genitals and texting the photos to other students,” said PTC president Tim Winter. “That content pales in comparison to the material in this new video.”

“The animated Easter Bunny clip … features over a dozen unbleeped ‘f-words;’ depictions of dozens of fornicating rabbits; more than a dozen instances of a vulgar slang term for ejaculation; a depiction of a male character eating rabbit feces; and music lyrics that are grotesquely sexualizing and misogynistic. An overt reference to Christians and Jews only adds to the offensive nature of a video being promoted during Holy Week and Passover … it’s easily X-rated material that directly targets, and appeals to, children.”

Get that? It is targeted at children.

Be prepared for it;



Thursday, April 17, 2014

My Remington 30.06 Semi Auto Christmas Wish List In One Picture

Oh the possibilities.




I picked up a Plain Jane bone stock unit last year at a gun show for $150 from a guy who had just walked in.

After literally running to an ATM to get the rest of the money, I snagged it from the guy and he was nice enough to give me an extra 4 round magazine and two boxes of shells to go with it.

It was his Dad's hunting rifle and it is in very good condition.


Later on while I was walking around the place that day I saw several with $650 price tags on them so I know I got a killer deal.

It still has the steel butt plate and no scope.
The thing kicks like a Missouri Mule too, I ain't shittin' ya.

Even with my piss poor eyesight and open iron sights, I hit a 4 inch target at 100 yards the first time I pulled the trigger though.

My lovely and quite dangerous wife got me a scope for Christmas and I still have to get the correct mounting rail and the rings.

That part is coming very, very soon.
I have also been slowly gathering ammunition for it, a box here, a box there kinda thing.



I think right after I get the scope on it I need to start seriously looking for some 10 round magazines.

A cushy butt plate is about $50 the last time I looked.
Scanning the internets, I have seen synthetic stocks in the $100-$150 range also.

That may have to wait for a while yet.

It's looking like all the rest of it might have to take on a bit more urgency lately.





Thursday?

Kind of lost track there.





Wednesday, April 16, 2014

No Time For It

Sorry about the lack of posting but they are working my sorry ass to death.
Two twelve hour shifts in the last two days, I just woke up and now I have to go back in for my regular shift.
Five P.M to 5 A.M. yesterday and the day before, I got to bed at 7 A.M. this morning at now at 1:30 I am off again.

Fuck. Me..


Hopefully it will get back to normal now.

Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Bundy Ranch 'Militia' Considered Using Women As Human Shield

OK, before anyone jumps my shit here, I am submitting this without comment and am only putting this out there to show what is going around.
TPM is a Left Wing Alternative News source.
Take from this what you want.



Dylan Scott – April 14, 2014, 5:04 PM EDT

It appears that the anti-government activists protesting the Bureau of Land Management's actions against a Nevada cattle rancher were considering using women as a human shield if a gun battle had erupted during the standoff.

The Blaze, the conservative news site affiliated with Glenn Beck, flagged the comments made Monday by Richard Mack, identified as a former Arizona sheriff who had joined more than 1,000 other protesters alongside Cliven Bundy, who has been feuding with BLM over his use of federal land to graze his cattle.

“We were actually strategizing to put all the women up at the front,” Mack said in a Fox News clip pulled by The Blaze. “If they are going to start shooting, it’s going to be women that are going to be televised all across the world getting shot by these rogue federal officers.”

BLM ended its round-up of Bundy's cattle Saturday, citing public safety concerns after the self-described militias gathered in the area to support Bundy.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Us Baby Boomers Are Going To Kill The Economy For The Next Ten Years

Starting last year, according to this guy, Boomers between 45 and 54 are going to put this country into a Major Depression lasting until 2025 that will make the first one look like a picnic.

Not because we are going to start retiring and crashing Social Security and Medicare like everyone is so worried about,

Because we are going to quit spending so damn much money.



Since 2007 we have been in a “detour” caused by the sub-prime and debt crises. The strong upward trend in the bellwether “spending” demographic that continues through 2012 in the chart is what prevented, and is still preventing, an economic collapse. The chart shows us in no uncertain terms that that an unprecedented massive collapse in the economy (from B to C) will occur starting no later than 2013 and last until 2025 as the bulk of the US baby-boomers relentlessly slip beyond their big-spending GDP-driving 45-54 years.


It is critical to understand that the B to C boomer demographics driven decline is as inevitable as their A to B boom was, and cannot be changed because the demographic cannot be changed. As shown in the chart, 45-54 age group demographic driven major declines happened rapidly in the early 1930s, slowly (thank goodness) in the 1970s, and will happen again from about 2013 to 2025, rapidly, relentlessly and catastrophically. Important note: This coming
decline is NOT the baby-boomers retiring. Many make this mistake. Retirements do not begin for 11 to 20 years beyond their big-spending ages of 45-54 years.


Mr. Arnold might be giving us a little more clout than we actually have but there is no disputing the numbers when it comes to the percentage of population in this country us Boomers make up.

And we are getting old.

The Baby Boom generation has been blamed for a lot of shit in our time so why not this too?
Doesn't bother me much.
This country is FUBAR anyway, might as well do our part to force the end of Fiat money sooner rather than later.