Monthly Archives: March 2006

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

But if you try sometimes, you just might find you get what you need. Who knew The Stones could be prophetic?  The Bad News: The Teamsters voted to extend negotiations for two more weeks. The progress in regards to the new contract is … Continue reading

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I Pity Da Foo

The results are in (have been in, but I’ve been busy) for Mr. Completely’s Pistol e-Postal match for the month of March. Surprisingly, the targets I classified as ‘Pitiful’ earlier this week turned out to not be as bad as … Continue reading

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Night Sentry

Forgot to mention in my discussion of house guns one of the most critical parts of our little “system,” at least in terms of convenience: the Night Sentry. This is a very sturdy, heavy-duty piece of plastic that fits between … Continue reading

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I still Suck at Shooting

My “score,” if you can call 120 a score, on the e-postal match rifle target really bummed me out. I had a lot of flyers, and a couple were so bad they made me laugh in frustration. I think what … Continue reading

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When work gets in the way of life

I’m sure you’ve noticed that my blogging volume has gone down recently. There are a number of reasons for this that I don’t want to go into here, but one of them is the recent happenings at my place of … Continue reading

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Ripped From the Headlines

Gregoire’s first big veto: Beaver relocation permits Nevermind. I thought it was about new requirements for marriage licenses.

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The Soundboard: Hippies Rock

Yes, you read that correctly. Today’s tunage is from a band of neo-hippies whose first disc came out in the early 90’s. It was full of things and ideas that most folks who visit RNS and myself find pretty much insipid; ‘no … Continue reading

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The Illegal Immigration Debate is a Trap

…set by the Democrats. I’m not talking about the Senate amnesty bill. I’m talking about the House bill that makes undocumented status a Federal felony. There was a column Monday or Tuesday that discussed the tactics behind passage of the … Continue reading

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Here They Come (Redux)

As an addendum to yesterday’s post about the weekend murders in Seattle, I wanted to pass on a few links. Some are worth reading for their content and some are for comic relief. Among the ones worth reading is this post … Continue reading

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Two Wins

While things may look bleak on the environmental front here in Washington State, we did have at least one legal decision Washingtonians could set firmly in the win column  a week and a half ago and another, a decision last … Continue reading

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