Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Monday, October 29, 2007

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Someone Else's Thought For The Day

There comes a time when a man must chop up meat (preferably that he killed and gutted himself with a knife, spear or bow, but rifle fire or a punt gun is certainly an acceptable modern substitute) and apply it to fire, while quaffing ale and mead, insulting his foes (like that nancy-boy Mohammed chap and his boyfriends), scratching, belching and generally fuzzing the line between civilized and barbarous.

-- Crazy Einar


Wednesday, October 24, 2007

SciFi Quiz

Which sci-fi crew would you best fit in with? (pics)
created with
You scored as SG-1 (Stargate)

You are versatile and diverse in your thinking. You have an open mind to that which seems highly unlikely and accept it with a bit of humor. Now if only aliens would stop trying to take over your body.

SG-1 (Stargate)


Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix)


Moya (Farscape)


Serenity (Firefly)


Deep Space Nine (Star Trek)


Babylon 5 (Babylon 5)


Enterprise D (Star Trek)


FBI's X-Files Division (The X-Files)


Millennium Falcon (Star Wars)


Andromeda Ascendant (Andromeda)


Bebop (Cowboy Bebop)


Galactica (Battlestar: Galactica)


Heart of Gold (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)


Meanwhile...On The Left Coast

The Writer's Guild of America may go on strike on November 1st. This would have zero impact on me as I plan on producing the film based on the screenplay that I'm presently writing. But union goonery does have an adverse impact on other people.

For example:

About 10 years ago, AFTRA contacted me and said that if I did not pay more than $700 immediately to join the union, they would stop me from doing an acting job I'd already been hired for--and which paid only about $100. When I refused to pay, AFTRA forced the employer to fire me.

Mr Pisaturo, the victim of this appalling and unjust act goes on to say:

As philosopher Ayn Rand wrote of the mentality of those who try to get their way by force, "An Attila never thinks of creating, only of taking over." The Hollywood unions are nothing more than legalized extortion rings--that try to take over the creative production of others. Union persecution of non-union actors and writers does not stop when a strike begins. When the unions go on strike, they don't merely refuse to work; they use the threat of force to prevent others from working.

Let's just say that I'm going to avoid dealing with unions as much as possible.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Stuff For Sale

A lot of rifle ammunition. Retails for about $3000. Make a reasonable offer.

560 rounds 7.62 x 39

4120 rounds 7.62 x 51 (.308)

2460 rounds 5.56 x 45 (.223)


560 rounds 7.62 x 39

120 rounds Yugoslavian

220 rounds Russian hollow point

20 rounds Norinco soft point

200 rounds Norinco steel case

4120 rounds 7.62 x 51 (.308)

100 rounds Venezuelan

520 rounds Norinco (loose)

3500 rounds British

2460 rounds 5.56 x 45 (.223)

1000 rounds pro-reloads

560 rounds Malaysian

900 rounds South African

Sunday, October 14, 2007

News of the Day

Bob Denard, one of the few Frenchmen who wasn't in the habit of dropping his personal weapon has just died at the age of 78.


Saturday, October 13, 2007

Friday, October 12, 2007

Another Thought for the Day

Buzzsawmonkey at Little Green Footballs brings us this tune:

Chthulhu loves the little children
All the little children of the world
Red or yellow, black or white
All are tasty in his sight
Chthulhu loves the little children of the world.



Thursday, October 11, 2007

Thought for the Day

Given the long documented tendency for the Left to take positions that are consistently contrary to reality one should wonder what's really the driving force behind their apparent madness..

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Another Thought for the Day

You cannot regain the moral high ground by digging deeper into depravity.


Thought for the Day

Anyone who claims that you hurt their feelings is wrong, and they know it.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Meanwhile in Wisconsin

Folks in Minnesota often make jokes about Wisconsin residents.

This is not the time for a joke.

CRANDON, Wis. - An off-duty sheriff's deputy who killed six young people fired 30 rounds of ammunition after he burst into a home where friends had gathered, investigators said Monday.

Tyler Peterson, 20, who later died after exchanging gunfire with law enforcement officers, had been in a relationship with one of the victims, authorities said at a news conference.

"They were in a relationship for a few years," said Police Chief John Dennee. "They had broken up and gone back and forth."

The rampage raised questions in the remote northern Wisconsin community about how Peterson could have met requirements to become a law enforcement officer. No psychological testing was performed, but he had undergone other background checks and completed all required training by the state, authorities said.

"We had no idea, obviously, that anything like this would ever occur," said Dennee. "Once we realized that he was our suspect, he was no longer a cop."

The rifle used in the shootings is the type used by the sheriff's department, but investigators had not confirmed that the rifle he used came from law enforcement.

Peterson fled the home and was later found at a residence in nearby Argonne, authorities said. In phone conversations after he fled, he identified himself as the shooter.

Killed in the rampage were six young people who were either students or graduates of Crandon High School. They were at the house to share pizza and watch movies during the school's homecoming weekend. Classes were canceled Monday, and many teens went to a local church to meet with counselors.

The victims were identified as Jordanne Murray, Katrina McCorkle, Leanna Thomas, Aaron Smith, Lindsey Stahl and Bradley Schultz. Autopsies were scheduled to be completed Monday.

Pastor Bill Farr read a statement from the deputy's family in which relatives expressed their shock and sorrow.

"Our hearts go out to the victims, their families and their friends. We are grieving for your losses. We feel a tremendous amount of guilt and shame for the acts Tyler committed," it said.

It continued: "We may never receive the answers we all seek. Like those close to Tyler we are in shock and disbelief that he would do such terrible things. This was not the Tyler we knew and loved."

But it makes perfect sense to the self-styled Progressives to disarm everyone else and leave them helpless in the face of a monopoly of armed force by the agents of the State.

More and more I have to believe that the self-styled Progressives are a menace to human life and human society.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?

Sunday, October 07, 2007

Socialogical Data Point

From a John Weeks hobby page:

Note that the bridge is covered with graffiti. I only remember two bridges over the Mississippi River that had any graffiti, and both are located on entrance roads into the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. No commentary here, just a reporting of the facts.

I'm pretty sure there was graffiti on the old I-35W bridge before it went bye-bye.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled reality.

Thought for the Day

Execution is a very sincere way of saying that someone has no place in any human society.

Saturday, October 06, 2007

Meanwhile...Across The Ocean

This makes perfect sense to a socialist:

Ten white farmers appeared in court in Zimbabwe yesterday accused of growing crops on their land — in a country where millions of people will need food aid within the next few months.

What we have here, will be a very visible textbook example of a famine that was deliberately created by a socialist state.

This won't stop the true believers from continuing to believe in socialism.


Read This!

First Comes The Purge.


Thursday, October 04, 2007

Thought for the Day

So Hillary Stalinova wants to bribe voters in order to get elected.

Of course when the Donks start to run the printing presses in order to pay for their programs the bribe will become worthless.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

What Would I Like To Do?

Make a movie based on a thirty-year old science fiction role playing game involving teen angst, patricide, illegal psychic powers, spaceships, machine guns, digital watches, and a planet full of folks who think that they speak German.

I'm up to page 60 on the script at the moment.


Not the Thought of the Day