Wednesday, August 29, 2012

FN marked Baby Browning .25 ACP from Precision Small Arms Inc.


The following came in via Email from Precision Small Arms, Inc.

“FOUND IN GRANDMA'S GARAGE UNDER 12 FEET OF OLD NEWSPAPERS DATING BACK TO 1931, WE HAVE 56 OF THESE BRAND NEW, NEVER USED, 100% PERFECT, 6,35MM BEAUTIES AVAILABLE FOR DELIVERY DURING SEPTEMBER 2012.  ALL STEEL PARTS, INCLUDING TRIGGER AND MAGAZINE CATCH. THE SLIDES SPORT THE CORRECT PROOF STAMPS. THE PISTOLS ARE FINISHED IN 400 GRIT HOT BLUE. EACH UNIT COMES WITH AN ORIGINAL "FN" STAMPED FLAT FOLLOWER MAGAZINE AND A STYROFOAM SHIPPING BOX (WITH "FN" LOGO). WE'RE ALSO THROWING IN ONE OF OUR MODERN HOT BLUED, ROUNDED FOLLOWER MAGAZINES AND A BARREL CLEANING BRUSH - JUST IN CASE YOU DECIDE TO CARRY THIS BABY RATHER THAN TURN IT INTO A SAFE QUEEN. A STEAL AT $575! CALL NOW TO RESERVE YOURS. WHEN THEY'RE GONE, THEY'RE GONE. THERE ARE NO MORE. 12 MONTH PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY. FULLY FUNCTIONAL. VERY ACCURATE. UNIQUE.”


P.O. Box 931
Phone 970-390-5520
Fax 970-797-1630
Aspen, CO 81612




Monday, August 20, 2012

Pepper spray may be one of your last great acts of defiance


She fought for her life with pepper spray, her hands, and even her attacker’s knife.  May she rest in peace, and may the predatory bastard someday burn in hell.


EDIT:  Glenn B sent the following via comments and email.

So, when I clicked on the link in your blog post about pepper spray being a last defense, I was immediately notified that Norton blocked a virus attack called Mass Injection Website II and said it was initiated by a site called thegunzone.com at 206.188.193.96,80. If you have been to that site, you may want to check your pc for viruses or malware.

All he best,
Glenn B

AG Eric Holder has no balls


Hell, all along I was charitably thinking that he just does not have a brain.  The man is playing out of his league.



Thursday, August 16, 2012

The key word is SECURITY


Goodness sakes alive; imagine that.  ANOTHER LOSER, this one with strong views about something or other, gets himself a quality semi-automatic handgun with some spare magazines full of ammo and heads out for what looked (to him) like another surefire mass shooting.  A SECURITY GUARD (UNARMED no less) heroically ended the attempt. 

Now, I will agree that UNARMED security is probably only a wee bit better than having no security at all (unarmed security proved to be worthless during the Colorado Theater massacre).  HOWEVER, I am convinced that the presence of armed security can change the minds of many armed miscreants, and minimize the effectiveness of those hell-bent on going through with their delusional plans.


Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Monday, August 6, 2012

Sagulite


I was sitting inside a Dunkin Donuts when in pranced my inspiration for what I thought would be a new word.  I was going to write the definition as “The loose flesh and cellulite on a hottie old woman's butt that hangs out the back of her way too short shorts.”  Later in the day, I Googled my new word only to discover that others had already laid claim to it.


Safe on Mars!

Woo hoo!!

This is the greatest engineering feat EVAH!


Bound for Mars

I have one browser window open for typing this, and two others monitoring LIVE coverage of the NASA Mars landing.

It is no less exciting than the early NASA days when I was MUCH younger.

Live coverage at the links below.

http://www.ustream.tv/nasajpl2

http://www.ustream.tv/nasajpl



Friday, August 3, 2012

Five Years of Retirement



Five years ago today was the last full day of gainful employment in my middle-class life.  So far, retirement has gone as planned, notwithstanding our local, state, and federal government’s enthusiastic attempts to redistribute poverty.  

I’d be very honored if you all would CLICK HERE and read my one-year-of-retirement blog entry.  By golly, time sure does fly by.

Retirement was my destiny.  I was born lazy, with talent enough to be very successful at doing nothing at all worthwhile; kind of like Congress.

See you on the patio.