Day by Day

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Yesterday was busy. My apologies.

I'm currently watching this country go insane.  Riots, burning down of buildings, rampant vandalism, all in the name of "justice".  That's not justice, it's violent criminal behavior.  When they're looting the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta over something that happened in Minneapolis, that's not about justice.  It's about being criminals, engaging in criminal behavior.

Although seeing the CNN logo get vandalized did have quite a bit of satisfaction, I must admit.  CNN has fed this ugly baby for years now, it's nice to see them get some of what they've grown, thrown right back in their faces.  Enjoy that vibrant diversity, CNN!

Got some family visiting right now, which is part of the whole lack of posting.  I don't do computer time when we have family, because quite frankly I value my family time.

Got a new fuel pressure regulator in the mail.  Gonna install it today and see what happens.  So long as the bike runs, I'm going to ride it to the shop and trade it in.  The shop has one of these bad boys sitting on the showroom, and they've got some massive discounts on it:



We'll see what happens.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Shoot every single one of these feral savages in the head.

Two in the chest, one in the head.  Mogadishu special.  Which is probably where a lot of these ferals came from, given that it's Minneapolis, aka Mogadishu the Second.


Shoot them all, and let the bodies lay there as an example to the other barbarians.

These cloth masks are a waste of time

Look, if you're all in an enclosed room, and you think one of you might be sick, then you make the sick person wear a mask.  But walking around with masks does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to protect the healthy people.  Just stop it.

A bar owner in Elgin, Texas, has posted a subtle, but biting, announcement to the mask-wearing scolds who may wander into his establishment. It was so perfectly put that I’m legit thinking of taking a road trip now. Without a mask on, of course.

There are a few businesses that require a mask for me to go in, and I only go there if I have no other options.  Other than that, I'm walking around without a mask on.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

"Nipples" Cuomo is to blame for NYFC's sky-high death totals

And if we actually had an objective media instead of the toxic dumpster fire of arrogance and stupidity that the US Media exhibits, someone might actually ask him a few questions about that.  Well, more than one person would, anyways.

While Democrats have praised Cuomo as successful because he puts on a good briefing, even calling him “presidential,” over a quarter of all the deaths in the country from the virus are in New York and many of them may be as a result of Cuomo’s nursing home order.

Fox’s Janice Dean had some great points and had a good question for Cuomo.


Cuomo is a mafia goon who's only in the job because his mob-boss daddy was governor too, and NYFC loves to be ruled by their mafia goons.  NYFC and Nipples Cuomo botched the response to the Kung Flu.  Period.  Full Stop.  Nipples Cuomo was shoving contagious people BACK INTO NURSING HOMES where they could infect the most vulnerable people in our population.

And the press fawns all over Nipples Cuomo and makes sure they never ever ask him any hard questions.  It's disgusting.

The DNC is probably going to try to push Nipples Cuomo as Presidential material sometime in the next few cycles.  Keep this in mind when you hear his name.  Cuomo killed people.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Grotesque idiot with an Indefensible comb-over calls McEnany names for doing her job

The grotesque idiot is of course, Jonah Goldberg .

The Dispatch’s Jonah Goldberg slammed White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, saying Sunday that her behavior was “indefensible and grotesque.” 
Anchor Chris Wallace was also critical of McEnany as he and Goldberg discussed her most recent press briefings on “Fox News Sunday.”

Jonah Goldberg used to have principles.  I don't know when he lost them, but whatever true convictions he used to have are gone, and what's left is a weak, pathetic, gutless sack of cruise-ship-buffet-eating stupidity, bleating and yelping at the people who are actually fighting back against the Marxism destroying this country.  Maybe he can huff his "WELL I NEVER!" time and time again, but he's one of the big reasons I tossed my National Review subscription into the trash.  I don't need to be lectured by people who coddle up to the enemy of my country.

Why don't you try getting out of the beltway for a while, Jonah?  It might do you some good.  And just admit your hair is going, and cut it.  Trust me. 

Monday, May 25, 2020

Memorial Day

Better men than I have written more words than any one person can read in one sitting regarding what Memorial Day means.

As for me, I'm going to say a prayer for my late Uncle Donald.  I think that should be sufficient to get the meaning of the day across.






Sunday, May 24, 2020

Sunday Music

Learning to sing The Mass of the Shepherds is when I think I truly began to love the old church music.

OK, now this bike is really pissing me off

So, when I replaced the last fuel pressure regulator it blew after half a mile.  But I had picked up two of the same part, just in case.  Two is one and one is none, right?

So yesterday I go out to do the switcheroo, and when I open the package IT'S THE WRONG FUCKING PART.  It's a regulator, but it doesn't go to my bike.  I don't know what machine it's supposed to go on, but mine ain't it.

So my bike is still a 750 pound pile of crap on two wheels.  It'll take about two weeks to get my part here.  Once I get it, I'm putting it on the bike and trading it in.  I'm done with not having a reliable machine.