Day by Day

Saturday, January 02, 2021

Video. Evidence

 Go here to see actual fraud in action down in Georgia.


I'm going to see if the video will embed.  If it doesn't just follow the link above.

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Truth

 


Utah Lake

So Utah Lake has quite a bit of ice action.  Water comes into the lake from the North, and slowly exits from the South.  That motion causes the ice to crack and get pushed together, making quite a lovely scene for people who fancy a hike on the ice.




 

So anyways, The Mrs. and I took a hike yesterday.  Lots of people out ice fishing, lots of families having a good time.  It was fun to see.

Friday, January 01, 2021

The top seven myths (lies!) of 2020

 A decent summation.  I would say they are lies rather than myths, because they were pushed by the Left as a way to defeat Trump and destroy America.

And 2020 is toast

 The problem is, I don't think that 2021 is going to be any better.  In fact, I think it's going to be far worse.


Only time will tell.

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Pooch got some teeth taken out

 Our dog here at the Ragin' Casa is getting a little long in the tooth.  On top of that he's done a number on his teeth years ago, and it's starting to bite him in the ass.  He had two teeth that were cracked open and had to be removed.  Got that done.  Now he's laying on the couch recovering from the anesthesia and wondering why he feels weird.  

He's a good dog, and it's a little sad knowing that his years are getting short.  But dogs lives are short in order to reinforce on us just how precious life truly is.  He still loves to chase a ball and go for walks, he just can't do it for as long as he used to.  I'm hoping he makes it to retirement, so that when he finally goes I can bury him on our property in Idaho.

We need to boil up some tar and tear open some pillows

 This bullshit right here is just a teeny little part of why nobody trusts the 2020 election.

In real time, during live testimony before a Georgia Senate Committee, a witness testifies to using Wifi capbility to enter the Fulton County voting system via the internet while the hearing was ongoing.

In.  Real.  Time.


And we need to tar and feather the fuckers who violated the election in real time as well.

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

The FULL Snowden Interview


Your government hates you.  Not much more to say about that.

Elk stir fry

 


Elk stir fry, with zucchini kimcheee.  Because I'm multicultural, and shit.

I do love kimchee, but I can't digest cabbage, or any of the cruciferous family.  So we make kimchee out of all the other various veggies, because I want that flavor. 

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Elk bones

 A friend of mine got an elk last Monday.  I helped him pull it off a mountain, and then I helped him butcher it and package it up.  He gave me quite a bit of elk for my trouble, as well as the hide and the bones.  He was going to throw the hide away anyways.

The hide is currently scraped and salted, and sitting in the garage waiting for me to soak it and tan it.  I got a commercial tanning compound, as I forgot to get the brain from the head.  We left the head on the mountain, because I didn't want to pull any weight down that I didn't need to pull.  The bones are currently in the smoker.  There's nothing like a smoked bone to throw in soups or stews.  Not only do you get the smoke flavor, but all the marrow and other nutrients that modern America throws away are all there in the bones.  Do you wonder why your chicken soup doesn't taste as good as grandma's?  Add the bones.  Red beans and rice?  Ham bones in the beans.  Ever had pho?  Beef and pork bones used to make the broth.

These bones will get sealed up and put in the freezer until we need them for a soup or a stew.  I use every bit of an animal, and quite frankly I don't know why other people don't.  But I'm old fashioned, and I know it.

UPDATE:  The bones are smoked, and vacuum sealed.




Toss one of those in a pot of chili, or a good beef stew?  Boy, you don't know what you're missing.

Oh hey, look at that, more bullshit statistics being used to shut people down

 Fake fake fake.

In an exclusive interview with The Post Millennial, Maxford Nelson, Director of Labor Policy for the Freedom Foundation, said “…earlier this spring we exposed the method that the state Department of Health was using to count COVID-19 fatalities…we explained how that method would result in over counts and inflated numbers… the Washington state Department of Health was counting every person who died after testing positive for COVID-19, as a COVID-19 caused death. Even if the person actually died from some other cause, and it just happened to test positive weeks or months prior.”

If your "science" and "facts" are based on numbers that are off by at least 20%, that's not science, it's bullshit.  

And based on the "expert" reaction, I would be willing to bet money that the actual numbers are far, far greater than 20%.  

My new coffee mug is here

 



Last night it had bourbon in it.  This morning we'll try it for its intended purpose.

Sunday, December 27, 2020

Every BASSIST needs to HEAR this - VICTOR WOOTEN



This applies to the drums as well.  The bass and drums are the heartbeat of a band.  Too many drummers today want to show that they can play a 4/4 beat with 4/5 timing, and it might work, but does it make the song flow?  If it doesn't make the song flow, then it's crap.  Listen to the great bassists in great rock bands, and even if they are pushing the bass line as far as it can go, they still make the song flow.  Ringo Star was the best example of this.  Ringo Star is an incredible drummer.  One of the absolute best.  He was able to keep time so well that they could take multiple takes of a song in the studio, and he kept the beat so well that they could splice the different takes together without a hitch.  This was before drummers had metronomes in their ears.

It's not about your technical proficiency.  It's about if you can make the song flow.  I'm not the greatest drummer in the world, far from it. But I can make the songs flow, and every group I played with wanted me to play with them again.

So, some random shit

 I'm now wearing the most expensive pairs of boots I've ever purchased in my life.  By a magnitude.  Made in America.  I can say that this is in the sphere of you get what you pay for.  These things are going to last me for a decade if not more.  They're the only boots I've purchases that didn't hurt my feet without putting in heat moldable insoles.  Are they expensive?  Yes.  Will they last me for years?  Yes.  I consider that a good bargain, given the number of shoes and boots I've purchased that lasted me for a year or two before I had to replace them.