January 2023 - Part I
Sun 01 Jan 2023 10:10:19 PM CST
Bein' as the new year just gettin' underway, and it's Sunday to boot, not much developing. Be a few days before the screwinuppers get back to screwinupstuff. But they'll get to it for sure. Especially in the commie states, where they just voted to have the same people been screwin'em up for years keep on doin' it. 'course with the sensible people fleein' to the red states, leaving the retards with an even bigger majority. If it wasn't that the whole thing gonna blow soon, and just about all of the best-laid plans are gonna wax a-gley. That trying to taper a ponzi is impossible task may prove to be one of the lesser problems. The deliberate attempt to destroy the moral fabric of society will fail because it pushes against nature until something breaks. And it ain't nature that breaks, it's the unnatural. On fortunately the breaking may be very messy.
The only viable political solution, even if one is possible, is two years away from even starting. And as the electoral process may be irreversibly broken, that may not be an option. Of the numerous areas to watch, Canada and Australia may give some clues. Both are enduring what the cabal attempted to impose on this country. The nuclear option, figuratively speaking, may not be implementable in those countries, but that is no gurantee it won't be attempted. The Canadians may not be (yet) as disarmed as the Aussies, and they are not confined to an island. I know, it's a continent. But it ain't connected to other land. Canadians can flee to the U.S. (they already come for medical needs) if the worst happens, and of course certain, let us say, items may cross the border into the great white north. So that situation could be different from Australia. Aussies can be pretty cantankerous though, and when you have nothing to lose...
Talk about that Idaho murder maybe next day or two. The description of the suspect and something he supposedly said, is interesting.
Know what I wish was? Actually it is, but not sure if I like the available option(s). Stackable Doritos. I know Pringles got some corn chips, just ain't sure. Quit buyin' their tater chips, they was brittle compared to Lays, or even Sams. Cost more too. Not much, and I ain't gonna live to spend half the money I got if I tried, but it's the principle. You orta at least gimme a better product for the price. Gonna try'em though. Not expecting my nacho cheese or taco or cool ranch, but we'll see what they got.
Nah, not gonna tell that story now. Or tomorrow. See about it in a few days. Gute nacht kiddos.
David, the king of Israel, had done a very bad thing. He not only committed adultery with the wife of one of his officers ( possibly one of some considerable status) and then had the man killed in a futile effort to escape punishment.
I'm not sure how many of the Ten Commandments he broke right off the bat - certainly the tenth and seventh (depending on which interpretation you use) and then went back for the sixth. Anyways he's in heap big trouble. Nathan the prophet comes calling.
Whatever David had been thinking and feeling, to hear Nathan say that he had "despised the word of the Lord" was probably the icing on the cake. But David wouldn't be punished just yet, aside from the child of his sin dying. It'd get worse. One of David's sons rapes his half-sister, and while David was apparently angry he doesn't seem to have done anything about it. Feeling guilty? Who knows. Anyway her (full) brother was Absalom. Now whether Absalom was a bad one right out of the box we are not told. He murders his rapist half-brother (keeping track of who's who?) or rather had his servants to it. After Amnon was drunk. He did take responsibility for giving the order though. Mighty big of him. But he still ran. But David, well, what was he thinking? (I don't ask people that anymore. Sometimes the answer is probably, nothing) Anyways, few years and Absalom back. With some help from Joab. I guess he was always bad one. He soon got the whole country uprising against their rightful king. David abandons the capitol to prevent its destruction and prepares to battle his scoundrel son.
Didn't go well for Absalom. What'd he expect? That he was going to get away with it?
Joab did what he figured had to be done. Dunno if he was real happy by now, having to set up the deal with Uriah, where David started all the trouble. And of course Absalom had used him too. He's about done blown every chance he got.
On his deathbed David told Solomon to do away with Joab, ostensibly for slaying two fellow officers, but David surely knew how Absalom had died. So Joab saving his bacon a time or two didn't help him much.
Wed 04 Jan 2023 09:29:24 PM CST
Some funny stuff on the Fox News site, it being about the only one that allows commentary (outside of the small patriot sites) with no curating except to remove obvious spam. Lot of trolls, gives you an idea of how worried the left is, and how inept. As if a reader of Fox News or the New York Post is going to be influenced by a troll.
Few days ago a pro football player dropped with a heart attack, during a game. Of course nothing in the "news" about the possibility of it bein' the slab jab, but in the regular people world this and other pretty much daily such occurrences ain't discussed. Some estimates have pro sports alone as having close to a thousand sudden deaths. In the celebutard world, bunches of'em. No telling how many peasants died. Good time to be a pureblood.
Dunno how that's gonna go. Too much out there, too many of even the sheeple gettin' nervous. Chaos is best for the enemy, too many threats - crime, illegal invasion, nazi-style regimes in big cities and some states, economy - hard for a lot people to focus and most just tryin' to keep their heads down and survive. It's easier here in the southern red block of states, winter won't be as bad, it isn't yet to the point where states are actually attacked - probably with militarized "law enforcement" at first, actual military resources if that fails - and so most are wait-and-see, just being prepared.
Hard to read the state governments. Of course Florida is the one most likely to actually resist, but whether they see the danger in time is another matter. The high concentration of potential partisans in the south would well produce some very effective unorganized militias, and the regime can't deal with those in any great number.
Certainly a national divorce is preferable, but in a Fatal Attraction situation it isn't possible. In this case the psychotic obsession with possesion isn't purely emotional. Obviously it is in the socio-political motivations, but the communist states cannot survive without the free states if the divorce was fair - a complete separation of parasite subsidization in which the communsts states are financially responsible for supporting their parasite class (SNAP/EBT/HUD/Mecicaid) and the free states to force their populations to either leave of exist on a strict subsistence allowance - either way the financial problem is solved.
Sunny and not at all cold. Looks like 50s. Nice. First of March I figure we're out of the woods. So this much to go:
In my Air Force days we'd get near the end of an assignment we were getting tired of (usually a bad location) we'e make a "short calendar" (short-timer's calendar) to count the days to our PCS. Now I do one to see how close it is to winter being over.
The football player apparently woke up and asked who won the game. Good sign, maybe no serious brain damage. I wasn't so lucky, became material for the Medical Industry, dang near killed me, hosed my neuro interface. I ain't nobody important. So they just milked my platinum insurance (paid for by my employer) for a couple million, went on their merry way. Remind me to tell'ya some day, 'bout something. Maybe Karma decide to pay a visit and I can at least get a laugh out of it.
Sat 07 Jan 2023 09:14:45 PM CST
Pretty much says it. The regime had their dog and pony show yesterday. Probably the only positive aspect is that they are well beyond insane. But that combination of insanity, stupidity, and evil is dangerous. Which is why it is so hard to see a way out. It didn't help much that the new House of Representatives, now in the control of Republicans, decided to take several days to select the the Speaker. The presumptive heir, formerly the minority leader, expected it to be awareded as his due. Several of his colleagues disagreed, and a few days of wrangling ensued. Not that the outcome was ever in doubt, but the malcontents extracted promises of reform, which will be broken. And they know it.
But while that was going on the celebration of the fakesurrection was almost entirely unseen. To be sure CNN and MSDNC had nonstop coverage, but that miniscule audience is somewhere south of irrelevant. There was angst on the left at the distraction but they couldn't balance praising the state goons and ridiculing their most hated enemies. So the party was ruined.
They got a couple of shots in though. The mother of the murdered Ashli Babbitt was arrested by the Killer Kapitol Kops for jaywalking. Like the Stalinst Russians they seek to emulate, they attack the family and associates of their enemies, even if the primary target is dead.
And they leaked the social security numbers of a couple thousand prominent Republicans - governors, members of the Trump administration, and other enemies - causing them go be victims of fraud and attempted identity theft, costing them money that most of them, not being career politicians fat with graft, can ill afford.
We certainly are in a bad spot. A political solution appears to be unavailable, given that the election process is compromised beyond saving. Wnether the Republic ceases to exist before or after the end of 2023 I can't say. But if natural forces haven't broken it before then, I suspect the regime will atttempt shortly afterwards, to deliver the final blow to end it. What happens when the people who won't go quietly, or at all while still breathing outnumber the Army 20 to 1, and the combined military and "law enforcement" by almost as much, will be interesting to say the least.
Sun 08 Jan 2023 08:26:46 PM CST
Reckon I could complain about this, or not. 'tween this and the, need to make up a new word. Combination of insane, stupid, and evil. Maxed out. I mean, people like we used to ask who lets them in when they come to work, and for that matter who brings them, I mean that dumb really. Close anyway. How evil? Toss Bundy/Gacy/Dahmer/Manson/Stalin/Hitler/PolPot in a blender and scoop out the sediment. That evil. How insane? Some of it's in the results of the previous operation. There's separation. Stalin and Mao weren't insane, Hitler was always dodgy, power amplified the madness. Who's insane that isn't a mass murderer? Plenty of those, but if you aren't protected by wealth and political power you're locked up where you can't hurt anyone. Except the staff if they aren't careful. But the regime in power in this country is universally dumb, and that's all there is to it. Hell, S(l)ick Willie was fairly intelligent. Talkin' top 20%, maybe even 15, hard to say as depraved as he was. Hillary nowhere near, by the way. Sure, over median IQ, but not much. Some of his minions were at or maybe above his level. Serpent Head, couple others. Dunno who Ovomit had that was at that level. He sure ain't. He about same as Hillary, just trained better, could deliver his lines smooth enough to not alarm that critical slice of the electorate needed for any commie to win an election.
But the current crop, seem to have been chosen by testing and selecting only from the bottom half. And as you can see when Joetato is reading, like in the Jan 6 propaganda event, the material is written by a committee. And it's a fact that the combined stupidity of two stupid people is more stupid than either one. Get a half dozen abysmally stupid people writing a speech, can't wait for the SOTU. Actually I can wait for quite a while, and intend to. As in the rest of my life.
Thus the headlong rush to the precipice of the abyss continues apace. We're along for the ride now, and maybe there'll be some places to jump off, maybe not.
So lemme just say, much regulation as there is on everything except what needs regulating, we get this:
First off, who the hell calls something "Juicy Juice"? What other kind of juice is there? Non-juicy juice? I know, I know, but it's still stupid. Got "100% Juice" there on the label, so you know it's all juice. There's them there "juice drinks" that ain't all juice, 'course. Got the ingredients on there, so you can see the filterd water and high fructose corn syrup, natural and artificial flavors. Don't say what the favors are though, or which ones natural and which ones unnatural. How the fuck I know what I'm eatin' and drankin? But that "100%" juice, you know that.
'course it mostly apple juice and sometimes grape or pear juice. They ain't got that much taste. Then there's the 'puree' that gives it the flavor. Mango puree. Pulverized mangos, or mangoes, whichever. Apple juice cheap, pear and grape too, and not much taste. So you use a lot of that, smush up the flavor fruit, cheapo something-or-other-flavored juice. Juicy juice. Yep.
I been chief among sinners in my time, drank that stuff like water. 'stead of water. Water boring. Don't give you dye-a-beatus (loved ole Wil, one of the great ones) or heart attack or cancer though. Well, maybe cancer, some places. Drank Hawaiian Punch a lot, that stuff ain't nowheres near natural. Gallon jugs of the stuff on the groshery store shelves, people totin'em out in twos and threes. 'long with the six-packs of soda, hanging over the sides of the buggy. Or shovin' cases on the bottom of the cart where you put the big sacks of dog food. People pushin' the buggies usually fat too, or ridin' one the motor-buggies.
At least I woke up.
Anyways, them "healthy" dudes at least tell you kinda what's in there. 1.5 mangoes, 1.75 apples, .5 oranges, and I ain't drinkin nothin with a banana in it. Bananas disgusted me all my life, and 'course southerners gotta have their 'nanner pudding. Mom knew I couldn't eat bananas, when she was making the puddin for Sunday she'e give me some of the vanilla wafers to munch on. Little did I know that even then there probably wasn't any vanilla in'em. Sure's hell ain't these days. Everything fake.
Tue 10 Jan 2023 12:23:02 PM CST
Might as well divide the months into thirds, keep'em shorter. Lotta stuff to talk about, dunno how this come up, something must've triggered it. Something about people what got no actual redeeming value becomin' rich and famous. Probably some celebutard news thing, reminded me of this this and this this.
I said years ago, watching the infamous slow-motion pursuit of the white Bronco, that no good can come of elevating a person, solely on certain physical characteristics, to a place that person could never reach with native intelligence and industriousness. Which is the case of almost of all professional athletes in sports in which physical capabilities are the sole qualification, provided some management is provided by coaches, trainers and other personnel. Of the big three American sports, only baseball requires much in the way of intelligence and self-discipline. Football requires some, for certain positions. Basketball practically none at all. Yet these people are rewarded for something they were born with with millions of dollars, as the driver of the Bronco was, and are thus given access to parts of society they could not access on their own.
Ruggs was drafted out of college by the National Felons League and played two seasons. Here are the reported 'earnings':
Ruggs was driving a 2022 Corvette Stingray (base price $60,000) on Rainbow Parkway in Las Vegas, when he collided with a Toyota Rav4 which had stopped to make a left turn. The airbag in the Corvette deployed at a speed of 127MPH, prior to the collision it had been going up to 156MPH. The driver of the Toyota, Tina Tintor was a refugee from Serbia who had to the U.S. legally with her family, fleeing the wars in the region, almost 20 years earlier and was within weeks of becoming a U.S. citizen. She and her dog burned to death in the car, the rescue personnel hearing her screams as they frantically, and in vain, tried to extricate her. I will say no more, that should be enough, but researching the name probably will give you more information than you can endure.
While the trial is probably even now a year or more away, given the ability of the privileged to delay facing justice for far too long. The perpetrator could face as little as 20 years in prison. The fact that his lucrative career is over is beside the point - he never should have had one.
One might consider another case, that of Rae Carruth, for an idea of how it will go. Carruth played three seasons for the Carolina Panthers (1997-1999). Earnings information not at hand, he did have a 3.7 million contract for four years. Since he didn't fulfill the contract (due to being prison) he likely received less. In November 1999, he arranged the murder of a woman he had impregnated (he already had a child with another woman) and participated by blocking her car while the assassins shot her from another car. She died, but the unborn child was saved. Carruth posted bail before his victim died, and fled when informed of her death. He was found later in Tennessee, in a car driven by another female friend. He was sentenced to 18 to 24 years in prison, and served the minimum. And went back to playing football.
Of course, not all National Felons League crimes are so spectacular, but on the despicability scale Michael Vick is up there. He actually managed to play for six years before his crimes came to light. Short of murder, dogfighting is about as low as a human being can go. He copped a plea and was sentenced to less than two years, and served just over one. To get an idea of the kind of people who do this sort of thing Clayton Lindemuth's excellent "My Brother's Destroyer" is a good read. Of course when ordinary old white trash does that, they don't get off so easy. I'm familiar with a few cases, and few juries or judges would let someone off that easy, except for cases like Vick.
Of course OJ skated, thanks largely to a thoroughly incompetent judge and prosecutor. If they had done their duty, the jury wouldn't have been systematically purged during the trial, the result would likely have been different. As for Ruggs, he will probably go to prison, but may well serve no more time than Carruth, if as much.
Guess that'll do it for now. Talk politics another time. Catchalater.
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