A drive by …

Just a short drive by folks, of course no sooner does the Dream Come true … er Well something like that and I am given keys to the booze cabinet – I’m mobile sans a power supply on my laptop and the battery is —- wilting faster than Bidens Pecker at a hookers convention…

Stay Tuned – I’ll get something posted here soon.

Thanks to the Emperor and the Rest of the staff for the trust and the warm welcomes …. I am truly humbled to be part of this group of thinkers…



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    aussiecarloans growls and barks:

    clik on my hart

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    aussiecarloans @ #:
    SPAM!!! Evil Spammer!!! :em08:
    DIE SPAMMER!!! :em07:

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    LC CiSSnarl5.7 Chariot Builder growls and barks:

    Oh Jumping Jose on a pogo stick already!! My first ever post got spammed …REALLY? :em08:

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    Excellent, just excellent…….

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    The Washington State Senator who “mistakenly” sponsored an assault weapons bill that allows for warrantless searches to make sure such weapons are “properly secured” didn’t really make a mistake.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Of course not. The Democrats fully intend to institute single party rule and totalitarian government. Why else are they going all out to confiscate guns from the citizenry?
    Here, I’ll answer that for you.
    They know what they plan on doing will be opposed by the people. They will take all the guns away so they won’t have to worry about getting shot.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    aussiecarloansspammer–Kick yer own fart!


    They know what they plan on doing will be opposed by the people. They will take all the guns away so they won’t have to worry about getting shot.

    A nice conundrum such villains face now. To properly carry out their plans, they need an unarmed people. To get there they must carry out their plans first. It might go easier if they hoped to pull it off over at least another generation–but the way Der Fubar wants to spend, that doesn’t seem to be an option. In that case they may soon face this question: “Do you feel like dying today? Well do ya, punk?!” :em03:

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    LC CiSSnarl5.7 Chariot Builder says:

    Oh Jumping Jose on a pogo stick already!! My first ever post got spammed …REALLY?

    Bwuahahahahaha, hahahahaah,….snerk, snark, mehahahahahahaha!!!!! That is just too damned funny! Off to an auspicious start there Snarl. :em05:

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    single stack growls and barks:

    Watch yourself Snarl. Schadenfreude is very popular here.

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    Congrats Snarl! Ride it like a dirtbike! :em01:
    ‘Jus dropped by to link ya’ll to some helpful self defense hints from the flaccid WH ex-spurt mentioned above.
    ‘Course, I’m talkin’ bout good ol’ Slo-Joe

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    On Monday, Breitbart News editor-at-large Ben Shapiro reported on a Washington State bill that contained a little-noticed provision that would allow police to search a citizen’s home once a year if they owned particular guns.

    The bill’s language read: “The sheriff of the county may, no more than once per year, conduct an inspection to ensure compliance with this subsection.”

    Co-sponsors of the bill said the provision was merely an honest error. “I made a mistake,” said co-sponsor Sen. Adam Kline (D-Seattle). “I frankly should have vetted this more closely.”

    But as the Washington State Sound Politics blog reports, this is hardly the first time Kline has sponsored legislation containing the warrantless police search phrasing.

    In 2010, Kline co-sponsored an assault weapons bill that contained the identical phrase.

    And in 2005, Sens. Kline and Jeanne Kohl-Welles sponsored a bill banning assault weapons that also contained the identical phrase allowing warrantless police searches of gun owner homes.

    The revelation of the hidden, unconstitutional legislative language is causing a backlash even among self-described liberals like Seattle trial lawyer Lance Palmer.

    “I’m a liberal Democrat–I’ve voted for only one Republican in my life,” said Palmer. “But now I understand why my right-wing opponents worry about having to fight a government takeover. It’s exactly this sort of thing that drives people into the arms of the NRA.”

    Seattle Times columnist Danny Westneat agrees. “I have been blasting the NRA for its paranoia in the gun-control debate. But Palmer is right–you can’t fully blame them, when cops going door-to-door shows up in legislation.”