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Friday, November 01, 2019

It was a little cold here in Utah.

Given that this is my first winter here, I wasn't prepared for the sheer amount of hysteria over sub-freezing temperatures.  I mean, it's high desert, folks.  We're just on the other border of IDAHO, which in case you don't know is kinda northern.  Most of this state is above 3000 feet in elevation, with my current patch of land more in the 4000 foot range.

So, it gets cold from time to time.

You'd think they would expect it.

My mom was warning me in August that it was going to be colder than normal.  The horse's coats were already coming in thick back then. 

Anyways, we didn't have many trick-or-treaters because it was "cold".  We even set up coffee and hot cocoa for the adults.  The few that showed up greatly appreciated it.  Maybe we and the Mrs. are just weird, but it really wasn't that cold.  Talk to me in January.

Sure, let's just take one step closer to Civil War

It's not enough that the House voted to do some sort of impeachment thingy (but not real impeachment because then there would be actual rules instead of the Soviet style horse-shit that the Democrats are pulling).  I mean, the Left has been screaming about impeachment ever since that drunk felon Hillary Clinton lost the election they'd spent billions trying to purchase.  No, the Democrats had to prove how much they hate America and the rule of Law by ensuring that their show trials were established in such a way, with "rules" so contrary to fairness, that even Mao would stare in astonishment.

We Normal Americans understand that if the Democrats were given a choice, they would impose that same style of Marxist rule on us as well.  They don't just hate Trump.  Trump is a figurehead, a stand-in.  They hate us.  They hate Normal Americans, patriots, and anyone who actually still believes in the rule of law vs. the rule of man.  They hate YOU, because you refuse to bow down to them.

We shall see how many people wake up to that fact.

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Just a quick Linky Love this morning

Two pieces, written by different people, that tie together.

First, the "whistleblower" on Trump's Ukraine call is a DNC hack.  This is why the National Socialist Democrat Worker's Party was trying to keep him anonymous, because now that people know who he is and what he's done, what's left of his credibility just got shot down the drains.

And in that spirit, here's the second piece:  A transnational elite racing its way towards revolution.  The people who run Washington D.C. don't know you, and they don't want to know you.  They don't like you.  They hate you.  Which is why every major decision they have made pre-Trump destroyed just a little bit more of America.

Anyways, I'm off.  Go read.

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Nancy Pelosi's Illegitimate Sham.

It should come as no surprise that the people who loath the US constitution and hate America, and by extension good, honest Americans, would come up with this kind of Soviet-style circus to try to remove a duly elected President.

What's even more worrisome is the fact that Nancy Pelosi's supporters are either so corrupt they don't care about her anti-American activities, or so stupid they don't know what's going on in the first place.

When good people get punched in the face

Sarah Hoyt describes the moment the Left made her break.

Through more than fifty years of seeing slander perpetrated against anyone who disagreed with the establishment, particularly when the establishment was the result of the long march, I thought — like an idiot — that of course they would attack our taste, our intelligence, our writing. I never thought they’d go political. Much less that they’d accuse us of motives that made absolutely no sense whatsoever.  Which of course they did, in the international press.  (And btw US slander laws suck.) 
And then it all became political.  And the shock — and honestly a shock that broke something in me, because you don’t expect that.  You just don’t — was that people who knew me, people I’d considered friends, people I’d have trusted, people who weren’t political, believed the slander.  I lost friends over it. But more importantly, I lost trust in humanity as a whole.

I don't think I've ever had a moment like that.  Because unlike Sarah, I didn't start out thinking people were good.  People are, as stated by Dr. Cox on the show Scrubs, "Bastard coated Bastards with Bastard filling".  And that's on a good day.

Mankind is fallen.  They have been ever since Eve and Adam ate the apple.  Our whole existence is one big attempt to raise ourselves up from that fallen state, and that's the story of mankind from then to now, to forever.  Mankind is not naturally "good".  That has to be taught.  And America is teaching that less and less these days. 

I don't trust humanity.  I have absolutely no reason to trust humanity.  I have seen what humanity does to itself over and over and over, and it doesn't shock me when one group kills another group, or burns down their section of the city (other than the basic shock of seeing humans act worse than dogs, who instinctively know not to shit in their den).  Civilization is a thin veneer of plaster trying to keep a house together in an earthquake, and it will fail at some point.  It's not if, it's a matter of when.

My mom always told me that if you want to see what people are truly like, watch them playing sports and driving.  That's when the mask comes off, because no one is watching, or so they think.  Take a drive through any major urban area these days, and tell me what you see.  Flip on any sports event on TV, and tell me what you see.

“Throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man. Advances which permit this norm to be exceeded — here and there, now and then — are the work of an extremely small minority, frequently despised, often condemned, and almost always opposed by all right-thinking people. Whenever this tiny minority is kept from creating, or (as sometimes happens) is driven out of a society, the people then slip back into abject poverty.

This is known as "bad luck.”


Robert Heinlein's quote is true, and everyone recognizes it's truth, because humans don't start out "good", and they don't magically become "good".  That has to be taught, either through the luck of having good parents, or through harsh lessons from reality.

Hard times make hard men.  Hard men make good times.  Good times make soft men.  Soft men make hard times.

Take a glance at the Gen-Xers, the Millennials, and tell me how many hard men you see there.  Hell, the entire Democrat Party Platform is made to appeal to soft men.  Soft men, and those who enjoy the destruction of civilization as we know it.

Buy more ammo.

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

More good music that you won't find being made today



Yeah, it ain't Mozart.  But it's got a hook, you can sing along to it, and it's not some trashy, auto-tuned crap.

Monday, October 28, 2019

Washington Nationals fans booed President Trump

Fuck those fucking fuckers with a chainsaw.

I suppose it was to be expected. After all, President Trump had ventured right into the heart of enemy territory. 
On Sunday night, the President and First Lady Melania Trump attended Game 5 of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros at Nationals Park. 
When an image of Trump’s box flashed up on the video screen, fans broke into a full-throated round of boos, and followed with a chant of “Lock Him Up.”

I'm not an Astros fan by any means, but I'm rooting for them this year.  Fuck Washington D.C.  Fuck it straight to hell, and fuck all the Deep-State swamp creatures that feast on this country from the bowels of D.C.  Fuck them all.  There really is two Americas, just like Pony-Boy Edwards said back in 2004.  But it's not the vision he laid out.  The two Americas are the greedy socialist parasites who infest places like Washington D.C., and the rest of the country that's trying to pull the parasites off.  It's telling that the people who root for the Nationals are a bunch of small-minded, rage-filled assholes who can't even let Trump enjoy a ballgame, and it shows the character of the people that we Normal Americans are fighting against:  Cheap, petty, overly-credentialed, vastly over-paid, small-minded, anti-American fuckstains on America's bedsheets.

If I could lift up all the monuments from D.C. and move them to somewhere else, I'd build a wall around the rest of the city and let it drown in the Potomac. 

One more goat-fucker down

So Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is now mincemeat, by his own hand.  As President Trump said, he died whimpering and crying like a coward and a dog.

I object.  Dogs are wonderful creatures, and I would never reference any goat-fucker to a dog, as dogs have more loyalty, strength, and intelligence than any goat-fucker could possess.

Oh, and the Washington Post is flaming garbage.  Link goes to Power Line, so you don't sully your computer with Washington Post exposure.

Power is out in California.  Again.  With more wildfires.  Look, I feel sorry for the actually good people of California.  I don't know what to do when some guy in the Central Valley has to live in the socialist shithole created by Lost Angeles and California.  Same way I feel about the farmers in Ellensburg who have to live under the bootheel of the Pugetropolis in Washington.  But when I hear about homes burned in Los Angeles, or people dodging poop piles in San Francisco, my only real response is "You fuckers voted for this, and you got it."

There is actually one more thought in my head:  "STAY THERE!  DON'T COME HERE AND FUCK THIS PLACE UP TOO!"  Although for much of the western side of the country it's too late.  Salt Lake City is thoroughly Kalifornicated, although the outlying areas seem to be resisting it for a bit. 

Speaking of Kalifornication, noted pot-smoking bisexual polyamorist Katie Hill is resigning from Congress.  Personally, I don't think she's resigning because of the nude photos, or the multiple ethics violations she's committed.  She's a democrat, so she has no real morals other than whatever gets her the most power, and she's not ashamed of anything she's done so far.  No, I think she's got some bigger skeletons in her closet, and she's leaving before more people start digging around and finding them.

OK, I need to get stepping here, so that's all the random brain droppings you're getting for now.

I've never been to East Kentucky

But this song makes me want to go there.