Sunday Funnies

Only one good one this week, so “Superhero Edition” follows.


To answer the question, no he doesn’t think they are Mormons. He has a strategy for Mormons.




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To paraphrasee Slate Star Codex, Cigar Aficionado’s bio of Winston Churchill “is 20% cigar and 80% awesome.”

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Sadly, I Cannot Recommend Atlas Shrugged Part 3

The wife and I just went to see it, and it’s just a really bad movie. And we liked the previous two.

I appreciate the financial constraints, but it really showed here. The director’s choices may have been due to making the film on a shoestring budget, or not, but in any case they tended to be bad ones. Fans of the book will not, I think, be happy — and who the hell else did they make this film for?

The inclusions of Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, and Ron Paul were jarring and not, I thought, useful additions at all.

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No agenda here

I’m thinking somebody is looking for votes in November and needed some good press

Bristol District Attorney C. Samuel Sutter knew the law. He also understood the threats posed by climate change. So for days he grappled with what to do about the two environmental activists facing criminal charges for blocking a 40,000-ton coal shipment last year to the Brayton Point power plant in Somerset.

Just as the trial was about to begin Monday, Sutter decided to drop all charges.

Then, in a dramatic appearance at Fall River District Court, he said he empathized with the stance of Ken Ward and Jay O’Hara, who said they were acting to reduce harm to the planet when they used the lobster boat Henry David T. to block the shipment to the coal-burning plant.

“Because of my sympathy with their position, I was in a dilemma,” Sutter said afterward. “I have a duty to go forward to some extent with this case and to follow the applicable case law, but they were looking for a forum to present their very compelling case about climate change.”

He added: “I do believe they’re right, that we’re at a crisis point with climate change.”

So let’s see if I get this straight: If a district attorney decided to drop all the charges against, say, abortion protesters who trespassed or otherwise blocked access to an abortion clinic because he had “sympathy for their position”, he would get the same amount of praise from the MSM, right?


Jeez, I wonder why.

And btw, yes, he is currently running for re-election.

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It’s a good thing

That Target wrote that press release for Moms Demand Attention!

Some idiot could have walked in there and had an accidental discharge.

An off-duty Honolulu police officer alleges he accidentally fired his gun while he was in the bathroom of a Target store on Saturday.

According to KHON, the officer took the Glock out of the holster, put it on the toilet paper dispenser, and accidentally shot it when he went to pick it up.

No one was injured, but the bullet ricocheted off the stall and into the wall of another stall. It’s unknown if anyone else was in the bathroom at the time, but the noise startled shoppers in the store.

And the selfish bastard that he is, the cop was the only one in the right spot in case the sound caused anyone to shit themselves.

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The first thing I saw

On the television on September 11th, 2001 was this


I was in the bathroom getting ready for work. The wife had just turned on the television and poked her head in to tell me it looked like a plane had hit the WTC. I got done quickly and walked out to the living room. As I turned the corner into the living room I saw this.

I made sure to pack the 870 and some ammo for my commute.

The next few days, while the government had all air traffic shut down, were eerie. I was living and working just South of downtown Seattle and you could see the planes fly in for their landings at Boeing Field from my living room and the final approach for SeaTac Int’l was directly above my place of employment.

Then nothing.

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I’m finally considered a minority.


A study by Rutgers University – Newark claims that minorities are obese because racial microaggressions cause them to eat fast food and avoid exercise.

“When you are exposed to negative stereotypes, you may gravitate more toward unhealthy foods as opposed to healthy foods,” said Luis Rivera, the experimental social psychologist who conducted the study.

“You may have a less positive attitude toward watching your carbs or cutting back on fast food, and toward working out and exercising,” he explained.

Rivera said Hispanics who believed negative stereotypes about themselves were three times more likely to be overweight or obese — evidence that the obesity comes from believing the stereotypes.

I own a truck and a Jeep and lots of firearms so, of course, I am considered a dumb, lazy, possibly violent, redneck. Of course I go through the drive-thru instead of taking my chances of being judged in a real restaurant.

I’ve attached my photo to a letter thanking Professor Riviera thanking him for my new status. If you fit the above stereotype, you should too.

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It’s Amazing

What a little free time does for getting all those things you put on the back burner done.

Many, many moons ago I designed a logo for fun. I posted it here at RNS and people liked it and said I should get it put into sticker form.

So last week, I did.

Recycle 1

I also made this one up.

Recycle 2

Now, here is the deal: If I can get orders for 50 to 100 (or more would be nice) of these bad boys I will put an order in for them. The first one is a 3″ circle and the second is 3″x10″ rectangle.

If I can get an order of 50 for each, the circle will be $2.50 each and the rectangle will be $3.50 each. That includes sending them to you (in an envelope with my lovely handwriting on it and a stamp).

So tell your friends, neighbors and reloading buddies to fill up my email box with requests and I will give them my PayPal addy (and if you want to suggest a service that works like those guys but isn’t, let me know that too).

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Sunday Funnies

Only two decent ones this week. There is a supplement.



Recycling done right. More on this tomorrow.


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In case you didn’t know

Robert Plant has a new album coming out this week.

You can get it here

Here he is at Glastonbury a couple months ago

Amazon has three more tracks to sample

Saw these guys on the Glastonbury Live Feed and the above vid reminded me I should post something on them.

Two guys – Bass and Drums and Vox = Royal Blood

Full set here

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