Friday, July 31, 2020

Sue Them

College Student Forced into ‘Political Reeducation’ For Photo with AR-15

Dr. Fauci, GFYS

Dr. Fauci Now Wants Us to Wear Goggles as Extra Protection from COVID-19
President Trump, he works for you. Kindly tell him to shut the fuck up, or fire him.

Can't Say He's Wrong

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Recently Read

Winds of Wrath by Taylor Anderson

This is the final volume in Anderson's Destroyermen series. I'd previously complained that it seemed to be going on too long. Now that it's over I'm gonna miss it. It is a very satisfying wrap up and it is a wrap up. I won't say more because I don't want to ruin it for readers. I do look forward to what comes next for Anderson. Highly Recommended.

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Recent Addition

The Goblin Queen by Mike Kim.

Also more art listed under NSFW.

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Offered Without Comment

Monday, July 20, 2020

Recently Read

At the End of the World by Charles E. Gannon
Gannon has been allowed to play in John Ringo's Black Tide Rising world and he makes the best of it. Several teenagers on a summer cruise [sailboat] are at sea when the zombie virus strikes. fortunately for them their Captain has a history and prepares them for what comes next, and that's the fun. This is very well done and clearly the first of more than one in a new Black Tide Rising side series. I'm looking forward to the next. Highly Recommended.

End of Summer, A Bright Shore, Come and Take It, and New Shores by S. M. Anderson
I've found a new author and boy am I happy. I read them back to back and can't wait for more. End of Summer is the first of a series that tells the tale of the aftermath of a pandemic that kills 99% of the world's population. A former Ranger carries out his wife last wish. Lots of action follows as he battles a slaver tyrant. That may not sound like much or like many another post-apocalyptic novel, but its the execution that makes the difference. It's like this. I see a John Ringo book. I buy it. I see a David Weber book. I buy it. I see a new S. M. Anderson book. I BUY it. That's my recommendation to you as well.

The remaining three books are part of his Eden Chronicles. Here we have our nation moving quickly to Marxist hell. Fortunately, a decade prior a billionaire discovered an unoccupied parallel world and kept it secret. He spent the interval preparing the world to receive new pro-liberty inhabitants from our world. The first book tells that story. The other two are what happens once they get there. I'm not going to provide any more spoilers. The are all damn good. My comments above apply here as well. I'm am waiting for the next book. I see a new S. M. Anderson book. I BUY it. No questions asked.

Sunday, July 19, 2020

Just Saying...

Why You Train

Misfire. Tap, Rack, Ready, Fire.

Friday, July 17, 2020

What else is there to say...

...that isn't profane.

Yeah, I'd Ask for a Jury Trial

Dad arrested, charged after beating man, 20, he found in his 14-year-old daughter's room
Ain't a jury in the South that would convict the man. The little bastard got off light and daughter wouldn't have been sitting comfortably for a week at least. Last, I suspect if he had wanted to hit him, he would have. It's called "putting the fear of God into him."

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

‘Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles’

‘Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles’: Netflix Sets Toon Series Based On Stan Sakai’s Comic Books
It isn't an adaptation of the comic books. This is neither negative or positive. Stan Sakai is involved. That's a positive. The story involves a teenage descendant of Usagi and what appears to be updated characters from the comic. So, I am withholding judgment for now and cautiously looking forward to it. I've yet to see any IP that Hollywood couldn't fuck up given the opportunity.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Monday, July 13, 2020


Friday, July 10, 2020

Oh, Yeah

...and why the video caught my eye other than the .50 cal..

Believe the Polls

2016 was a fluke, really.
Michigan Dem warns her party: The polls showing Biden with a big lead over Trump are wrong

Thursday, July 9, 2020

You Must Not Counter the Narrative

Academics Seek to Retract Study Disproving Racist Police Shootings After Conservative Cites It

Recently Read

Plague Ship by Andre Norton
i bought a collection of Norton's works and this was the first in line. I read Norton's novels a lot growing up. As I grew older I read her stuff less. Probably a mistake. This stills reads well. I don't notice the anachronisms forty years of change. Good stuff and well written. Always, highly recommended.

Marmelukes by Jerry Pournelle
This is Jerry's last novel with an assist and polish by David Weber. It's a satisfying end to his Janissary series. Who knows. Maybe Weber will write another. If he does, this is a fine ending and highly recommended.

Limelight by Dan Willis
An Arcane Casebook and the fifth in the series. I've thoroughly enjoyed them all. Highly Recommended.

Caller of Lightening by Peter J. Wacks and Eytan Kollin
This is the third n the Arcane America series. I really enjoyed the first two books in the series. Here we get the tale of how Ben Franklin came into his powers. The writers are new to me. I've no issue with the book it just didn't grab me as the last two did. It's good not great and recommended.

Saturday, July 4, 2020

Happy 4th of July

Recent Additions

Black Canary by Rob Jones
Ms. Tree by arcopitcairn.
Metallix #6, p. 11 by Ron Lim and Bob Layton.

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Damn Near Perfect