Manufacturing of Firearms “Manufacturing of Firearms Below are examples of operations performed on firearms and guidance as to whether or not such operations would be considered manufacturing under the Gun Control Act (GCA). These examples do not address the question of whether the operations are considered manufacturing for purposes of determining excise tax. Any questions [Continue]
Speaking of guns and stuff, I am reading two very cool gun related books right now. The first is “Ordnance Went Up Front” “When originally approached by Thomas Samworth, the author, a national match shooter and a gunsmith, was asked to write a McBride (A Rifleman Went to War) type account of WWII. Dunlap declined [Continue]
“The FAST system stands for “Fast And Smooth Transition” and it certainly lives up to its name. The purpose of the product is to hold 3 NATO 5.56 30 round magazines making a magazine always available in the same extraction location. Having magazines available and easy to grab always in the same place creates substantial [Continue]
“If you are always the victim you never have to change your behavior because you’ve done nothing wrong.” – Underdeprived It was spoken about something else, but damn if it does not perfectly encapsulate the Democratic Party position in one sentence.
Ran across this, thought it was interesting: North Pole ice melting fear mongers strike out “Kudos to John L. Daly, who has written a very interesting study of ice at the North Pole. Global Warmists are once again observing cyclical changes and declaring them “proof” of the dire effects of global warming. Among the interesting [Continue]
Charlie Wilson Said What? “Charlie Wilson — he of “Charlie Wilson’s War” fame — rallied a midday gathering of Texans Monday with a call to end the war in Iraq. The former Texas congressman said the U.S. should have kept its focus on Afghanistan and never gone into Iraq. Wilson knows something about Afghanistan. The [Continue]
So on another blog there was a discussion about bathrooms and gross bathrooms, and well, I for some reason felt inclined to share. And since I am in such a good mood, I thought I’d share this little vignette with y’all. It is rather gross, so y’all may want to skip it. Just sayin’.
Rocket Propelled Chainsaw! omg. I want one!
Denver’s homeless get free haircuts to look good for Obama and his Democrats: “Last month The Ticket wrote that officials in Denver, worried about the impression that 50,000 visitors to the Democratic National Convention would get next week, were planning to hide the estimated 4,000 homeless people who hang around the city’s downtown area. They [Continue]
The US Olympic Committe complained to Zazzle about my “2008 Olympics” t-shirt, saying that it violated their copyrights. I used this picture: And the 2008 Olympic slogan, “One World, One Dream,” only I translated it to German, and added “One Reich” at the end. Since it reminded me of Nazi Germany’s slogan “Ein Volk, ein [Continue]
Meet the Stars: Launch Pad 2008: “Jim Verley then gave a lecture on public misperceptions of astronomy, starting with the film A Private Universe which reveals that even Harvard graduates can’t explain why we have seasons (one popular false explanation is that “the Earth is closer to the sun in summer”) or why the moon [Continue]
Some Offer ‘Top Dollar’ For Obama Speech Tickets: “Some people desperate to see Barack Obama’s acceptance speech are offering “top dollar” for seats, but officials are trying to head off any sales because the tickets were distributed free and aren’t supposed to be resold. Democratic Party officials said Wednesday they don’t know how many sales [Continue]
British anti-Americanism ‘based on misconceptions’” “British attitudes towards the United States are governed by ignorance of the facts on key issues such as crime, health care and foreign policy, according to a new survey. A poll of nearly 2,000 Britons by YouGov/PHI found that 70 per cent of respondents incorrectly said it was true that [Continue]
Today is Jessika’s 28th bithday!
Teach children to fear the police: “On Feb. 14, 2003, Sergeant Clinton Shawn Sydnor, Deputy Jailors Wesley Lanham and Shawn Freeman (along with other deputies who have not been named) were on duty when an 18-year-old high school student was brought into the detention center in Grant County, Kentucky. The charge against the boy was [Continue]
free Obama buttons Hey, they may be worth something as collectors items in a few years. At the very least, it costs them money to make and mail them, and anything to make them slightly more poor is good, right?
Analysis: roots of the conflict between Georgia, South Ossetia and Russia: “Many factors are involved in the present conflict but the central one is straightforward: the majority of the Ossetes living south of the main Caucasus range in Georgia wish to unite with the Ossetes living to the north, in an autonomous republic of the [Continue]
Speaking of songs, have I mentioned how frikin’ awesome “Nothing Compares 2 U” is? Seriously, Sinead O’Connors version just kicks so much ass. Y’all did know that Prince wrote it and recorded a version earlier, then Sinead recorded her version, right? Sinead’s version is, in my opinion better: it’s got the awesomeness of Prince’s lyrics, [Continue]
“FRIDAY, AUGUST 08, 2008 05:30 PM, CDT Raul just called with important news! The insurance company has approved a transfer for Jessica, so she can be moved to Baylor Rehabilitation in Dallas on Monday. She will be tranported by ambulance and is scheduled to leave Austin around 11:00 a.m. on Monday, August 11. Raul and [Continue]
What is the song that plays in “Training Day” when Denzell Washington drives off from the diner with Ethan Hawke? The camera is showing his tricked out Monte Carlo as it drives. I think it’s something by Snoop Dogg, but dunno, my rap-fu is poor. I feel the need to make a bad ass driving-in-my-truck [Continue]