Monthly Archives: January 2013
At Pistol Class, my wife got burned by the brass from my Glock. She kept her finger off the trigger –good girl! — but muzzled herself a bit during the commotion. All ended well, though. The bad part is that … Continue reading
We’re at a bar with a friend, and the woman next to her asks how long it’s been since she’s been with a man. Knowing our friend, I’m expecting to hear “hours” and splutter my Ri 1 rye whisky all … Continue reading
A “Random Guy” at the Idaho Capital building links up with a group of Boy Scouts who are getting a tour. The Representative giving the tour assumed the guy was a member of the group and did nothing to deter … Continue reading
My goodness! Sanity in governance! Today, I’m calling for a mechanism to be put in place so when we do bring in more than we need, we’ll have the option of returning tax money directly to the people who paid … Continue reading
Wait. Don’t. It would be better for me if he is not joking. I have a solution for that. I’ve come across this demented idea before, on the college campus. Essentially, the thought process goes that every generation should have … Continue reading
Oh, this is too good not to link.
In mid-December, one of my buddies at work mentioned he had ordered a new rifle. I asked what kind. “A Smith and Wesson AR,” he responded. Since I had been lusting over just that make and model of rifle only … Continue reading
The President says he wants to “create jobs”. However, it appears that they have to be “the right kind of jobs”. These do not seem to be those kind of jobs Chase Power, the parent company behind the $3 billion … Continue reading
I knew chop shops, as with cars, charged more for rifle parts than the same parts assembled into a complete rifle, but this is ridiculous. – Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone
Natural Resource, indeed. National Resource, even. Business cards of the rich, famous and infamous.