Friday, June 27, 2014

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Battle #48

The cover art is very nice and by Joe Maneely.

So that's why the IRS emails disappeared.

Makes as much sense as the bullshit the White House is spouting, AND it is the White House. The dudes making the excuses are just Obama's sock puppets.

UPDATE: [8/26/2014] AND now the EPA's.

I'm sure there's a caption there somewhere, but...

...my snark is low on a good day and nonexistent right now.

I got the picture over at Theo Spark's place. I have no idea where they got it.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Recently Read

The Rods and the Axe by Tom Kratman
Where the Horse and Hero Fell by Sarah Hoyt
Deadly Shores: Destroyermen by Taylor Anderson

All good. The Hoyt piece is a short story. I need to get around to her books on my Kindle. Correia and Freer are next.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The word is negligently...

...and don't even get me started on the story's title.
Stray Bullet Kills Florida Man From 200 Feet Away

Monday, June 23, 2014

You would think that somebody...

...posting a piece of original comic artwork on eBay for auction at a starting bid of $19,999 could at least offer free shipping. Just saying...

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Why is it so hard for liberals to put responsibility...

...where it belongs? For a firearm to discharge requires someone to place their finger on the trigger and pull. No pull, no bang. No bang, nobody or thing gets killed, injured, or damaged. That act of will made in the pulling of the trigger is key. You can't accidentally pull a trigger. A person can decide that fraction of a second after the action has been taken that he/she didn't intend the aftermath of said action but that doesn't make it an accident. The word you're looking for is "negligently". The shooters in one moment, made a bad decision. As noted by ASM826, when the shooter was a child, or the functional equivalent, the negligence was in the gun owner leaving the weapon improperly secured where said child could get at it. Again, Negligence not accident and I, a responsible gun owner, will not allow my rights to be held hostage by the actions of the negligent. So, the Huff Po can go piss up a rope.

Oh yeah, I might also point out the notable absence from the Huff Po's list of "accidental" shootings over a two-year period where any involving the police. Ya know, the only ones who, according to liberals, are responsible enough to handle firearms. I'm sure the absence was "accidental".

I'm especially fond of #5.

Stockman bill allows taxpayers to use same lame excuses as IRS
Heh.

Bill Whittle: Le Deluge

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Friday, June 20, 2014

Why limit yourself to two?

The possibilities are boundless.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

The word you're looking for is negligently.

Cop Accidentally Fires Rifle In Miami Courthouse
Apparently, this was training. So about now, the instructor in charge should be looking for a new job. Just saying...

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Oh, so I'm a terrorist now?

The Quote that Should End Hillary Clinton’s Political Career

We cannot let a minority of people hold a viewpoint that terrorizes the majority of people - Hillary Rodham Clinton

Should...but probably won't.

She's getting big...ger...

...and beautiful as ever.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Don't apologize if you don't intend...

...to actually do something about it.
Colorado Governor apologizes to sheriffs over gun control laws
He's sucking up because he fears he won't be re-elected with the local Sheriff's Association in opposition.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Not only violent but pretty damn stupid as well.

This anti-gunner in particular.

The Red Hot Chili Pipers: Hellbound Train

Movies

How To Train your Dragon 2 is every bit as good as the first one. What's more. It is worth every penny spent to see it on the big screen.

If you are a fan of Family Guy and Seth MacFarlane's gross humor then A Million Ways To Die In The West is probably just what you're looking for this weekend. I'm not a fan and thought it sucked. The only bit I liked was when the lead saw some flashing lights in the stable and looked in to find Doc Brown and the Delorean. Not even Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, and Neil Patrick Harris could save this dog.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Love & Rockets #33

Cover Art by Jamie Hernandez. The interior containes material from both
Jamie and Gilbert Hernandez.

 If you enjoy alternative comics or are just interested in something more than superheroes Love & Rockets is a damn good place to start. Fantagraphics, their publisher, also offers a number of strip reprints including Peanuts and Dennis the Menace.

Billy Johnson: No Guns For You

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Bill Whittle: Why Benghazi Matters

A robber brought pepper spray...

...with him for a robbery in Shelby NC. It didn't work out so well for him. Well, actually, it did. He under arrest rather than dead. The store owner had a gun.

THAT'S the best...

...the Everymoms can do?

H/T to Sebastian.

Want MORE please.

Wen Spencer's Wood Sprites.

Its another entry into the Tinker/Elfhome universe. The story of Jillian and Louise, Tinker's, unknown to her, 9 year old sisters. Funny, funny, funny. Want more.

I read the eARC. Its also availble with Baen's September bundle. Its official release is September 2014.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

No, the other one...

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Recently Read

Sniper's Honor by Stephen Hunter
Flag in Exile by David Weber

Sniper's honor is another Bob Swagger novel. Its all good but I liked the flashbacks to the Russian Front best. Good stuff. I'm rereading the Weber before moving on to the next Wen Spenser novel.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Edge of Tomorrow

Excellent Military Sci Fi. Now, will somebody do Starship Troopers properly?

Friday, June 6, 2014

Zero Tolerance Buffoonery

In Pennsylvania, a First Grader accidentally brought a toy gun to school, realized it, turned it on, and got suspended. Do the right thing. Get punished. That'll teach him.

Head to wall [thump][thump][thump].

Bill Whittle: Danger! Danger!

I was going through my old comics books...

...and found this.

No relation, I'm sure.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

An evil git using VP Biden's "weapon of choice"...

...kills one and wounds three in Seattle. He was subdued by other students when he tried to reload.

And no Joe, we'll never let you live that one down.

H/T to Uncle.

Colion Nior:Keeping it on the Low

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

I don't know about "downright scary"...

...but they're certainly not helping the cause. That's four restaurant chains that may not have out and out banned firearms from their premises officially but in asking us to leave the guns at home gave a victory to the Bloombergians however half-assed the requests may have been. That's a not good thing for the cause.

Monday, June 2, 2014

Dom Raso: Threats

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Recently Read

Islands of Rage and Hope by John Ringo
1636: Commander Cantrell in the West Indies by Eric Flint & Charles E. Gannon

Ringo's novel is a fast entertaining ride. I think I read somewhere that this is a trilogy. I hope not. Want more.

Flint & Gannon's book is slow by comparison. Hell, its just slow, but that doesn't mean it not entertaining. It is but I sense very little Flint here. This novel and others in the 1632 series read like side chapters in one long endless story. I don't want it to end but it needs to move a bit faster. It is time for Flint or Weber to write another one. Please