Fresh Meat

So, Er, Hi?

Yeah, I know, it’s been a looong, looong time, and I really can’t come up with any excuses for it.

Just a bit worn out, I suppose?

I keep telling myself: “OK, now THIS I must write about”, and then, before I’ve even had a chance to finish a thought in my head, much less put it down, sixteen other outrages happen. So which ones to cover, which ones not to cover? Most of them you’ve probably already read about on at least ten different sites who still regularly update and, at the end of the day, what can I possibly say about scandal X and exactly why it happened, not to mention what will happen next which, if the perpetrator is a Prozi, is a resounding nothing. Just like the previous 25,000 times.

And if it’s the Establishment once again stabbing their own voters in the back, turning the knife while laughing gleefully, what more can I say that I haven’t already said several hundred times? Should I say it again regardless? If so, which ones should I focus on and which ones shouldn’t I?

So I throw my hands in the air, mutter “let it burn” and promise myself that tomorrow, TOMORROW will be that glorious day when the Muse will come back and it all will come together.

Meanwhile, the site languishes for which I’m deeply sorry. This site and you, dear readers, mean the world to me. We’ve been through a lot together, and just pulling the plug just isn’t something I can do. On the other hand, if I don’t pull the plug, then I owe it to your weary eyeballs to at least occasionally put something new up here to read.

I suppose I could start posting funny cat photos ;)

Kidding! But seriously, sometimes I wonder if I shouldn’t just let politics take a hike and start writing about whatever. It’s not like anything is about to change. At this point, the Junta in DC and their RINO allies could lock up the doors to a nunnery, set it on fire and make s’mores, and all that would happen would be the usual few days/weeks of “something needs to be done” followed by “oh look, another scandal about which something needs to be done!”

So what do YOU think? Should we change focus, tone, stay the same, activate the self-destruct button or something else entirely.

After all, without you all, this site would have never been A Thing™, and I have always valued your input, even when I can’t seem to get through the spam trap that is my inbox on a regular basis.

Open thread!

Thatisall.

Remembering EFA

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been two years to the day since we lost our brother-in-arms, LC EFA. We’ll be sending up a toast to him, as he’s swapping tales and getting our ancestors drunk on his homemade rum.

Here he is a few years ago, happily cradling his twins. He was such a good and proud daddy.

Faine

Rest in peace, brother.

F.E.T.E.

Oh Dear, Not the Infighting Again

I swear, if we on the right were as good at fighting the Prozis as we are at fighting each other…

So, on one side of the ring, we have Sarah Hoyt whom we respect and admire greatly, and not just because she’s a fellow Euro-refugee, but even more so because she’s an absolutely fantastic writer (and author too!) and a nice, calm, yet ruthlessly strategic influence.

On the other, we have a bunch of equally talented, but more rowdy, sick and tired, angry and just ready to kick down thinkers. And ourself, because that’s where we mostly belong because by G-D we’re pissed off and we’re not going to take it anymore. That’s His Imperial Majesty’s camp, but he has a foot in the other as well.

Not because we can’t make our mind up, but because we know that sometimes we can all be right without agreeing on the particulars. But make no mistake, we’re not kidding when we say that “we’re done.” Maybe it’s just a matter of what we’re done with.

And now that we’ve confused everybody, what’s this infighting all about? Glad you asked. It started with this post of Sarah’s in which she took a well-deserved dump on Weepy Boner and the Quisling Party for their sellout on Princess Precious Obama’s Executive Amnesty. And then went on to state that maybe it wasn’t the end of the world. Big mistake.

Now, for the record, we believe very much that she was a bit on the optimistic side (you know about our predilection for British Understatements, don’t you? If not, or if you’re new, that was one) regarding what this all meant, but boy did it trigger a shitstorm from His Imperial Majesty’s camp. All of it accompanied by really good analysis as to exactly why it was, to apply British Understatement Technology again, quite a bit polly-annaish to find any sort of bright light at the end of the tunnel in that unqualified, unconditional Quisling Party surrender.

Because there isn’t one. It would take too long to link to every response, but thankfully our friends at Dethguild have done the work for us here.

And here’s Sarah’s response to the response, to keep it all in order.

Now, if you’ve read all of that… You deserve a merit badge. But you really should, because it’s all good, from both sides.

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80% of Our Fellow Citizens are Retards…

As revealed by this article found at Ace’s.

A recent survey by the Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Economics finds that over 80 percent of Americans support “mandatory labels on foods containing DNA,” about the same number as support mandatory labeling of GMO foods “produced with genetic engineering.”

So… 80% of Americans support warning labels on 99.9% of all food products because DNA [cue scaaaaary music written specifically for vegetables. Bipedal vegetables, that is].

And yes, we do mean warning labels, as in:

WARNING: This product contains deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). The Surgeon General has determined that DNA is linked to a variety of diseases in both animals and humans. In some configurations, it is a risk factor for cancer and heart disease. Pregnant women are at very high risk of passing on DNA to their children.

The article then goes on to try to be nice about those 80% functional morons walking among us without supervision:

For many people, there is little benefit to understanding much about genetics or DNA. Most Americans can even go about their daily business perfectly well without knowing that the Earth revolves around the sun. Even the smartest people are inevitably ignorant of the vast majority of information out there. We all have to focus our time and energy on learning that information which is most likely to be instrumentally useful, or at least provide entertainment value. For large numbers of people, much basic political and scientific information doesn’t make the cut.

All of which is true. Of course, His Imperial Majesty would suggest that not including “what is DNA?” among things that sentient beings ought to know is setting the bar awfully low, unless we’re talking about pre-schoolers, but we’ll concede the point. Nobody should be required to know everything about everything in order to avoid the label “stupid.”

But what IS undeniably stupid no matter which way you spin it is to, when faced with a question about which you know nothing at all, not check off “I don’t know.”

Which explains a lot about our elections.

Thatisall.

More Kibble

It’s Official, Then… Weepy Boner and the Prozi Party Finally Come Out of the Closet

It’s not like they were fooling anybody, keeping their engagement secret. Except for “moderate” Republicans, of course, but those gullible gimps will be fooled by absolutely anybody. Via Bill Quick: Dems vow to protect Boehner from conservative coup Tea Party Republicans contemplating a bid to oust Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) shouldn’t count on Democrats to

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You big dummy!

ToTUS Rails against guns….Fred Sandford falls asleepzzzzzSnort!! Huh What? Oh yeah, I’m awake jus’ resting my eyes. President Barack Obama launched a rhetorical assault on guns in one of the most gun friendly states in the nation while speaking at a town hall event in Columbia, South Carolina, Friday. That’s not all he’s been launching

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So What’s All This Then…

Sorry, I really should have dragged my Royal Self out of bed sooner, but I really haven’t had the energy. Now, however, it appears that the cruds are on retreat, thanks to modern medical science. I blame it on the weather. Hot, cold, warm, cold, warm, colder, cold, hot, cold as fuck with 2 inches

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There’s Still Hope

Yes, we have been notably absent, and for that I apologize. I will explain why later on, but for now I beg your forgiveness and ask for your patience. Yes, I’m still alive, as is Misha (although in his case barely so. Nothing serious, some penicillin and a few shots of vodka will clear him right up,

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Iwo

On February 19, 1945, Marines of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Marine Divisions landed on a volcanic island in the Bonin Island chain of Japan called Iwo Jima. The strategic importance of the island was self evident and the Marines had no doubt of the ferocity of the battle that they were about to commence.

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And I thought Ron Paul was a raving nutter…..

Source Outgoing senior Obama adviser John Podesta reflected on his latest White House stint Friday, listing his favorite moments and biggest regrets from the past year. Chief among them: depriving the American people of the truth about UFOs Yep you read that right. It isnt the economy that matters Or personal freedoms Or the 2nd

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Older Chewing Bones

These are topics that are older and still have a little flavor left in them.

February 14th, 2015
A Short History Lesson For The One

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February 14th, 2015
Another Glorious Chapter In The Age of Ogabe

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February 13th, 2015
Of Liars, Pussies and Frothing Anti-Semites

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February 13th, 2015
I dont know which is worse

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February 5th, 2015
So Today We Watched a Video…

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February 4th, 2015
THAT’S gonna leave a mark!

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