10 June, 2014

On the Las Vegas shooting

I don't care if every other gun owner played Cops & Robbers, North Hollywood Shootout edition last night with the local constabulary, I didn't.  So anti gunners can go wank right off.

02 June, 2014

28 May, 2014

On the UCSB shooting last Friday

I don't care if every other peaceably armed citizen executed a proper Mozambique Drill on some trashy shitbag last Friday, I didn't. So that Martinez father needs to knock the sand off his genitalia and realize some whiny, privileged half asian kid murdered his son.

22 May, 2014

Failed political philsophies do not a good business model make

It seems there's a student run vegan co-op at UCSD that for 34 years has sucked money out of student fees to keep the place open.  But instead, taking what is not theirs and applying it to a mismanaged failed cafe has allowed this thing to fester and now it's coming, hopefully, to an end.  Were this any regular business, the doors would have closed for good 33 1/2 years ago.

Pray for sanity to prevail.  But a can of gasoline and a zippo late at night with an empty building shouldn't be ruled out, you know......just in case.

20 May, 2014

The NSA hates the competition

Does everyone remember Edward Snowden's revelations that the NSA was sucking up all of our meta data?  

In Glen Greenwald's new book that delves deeper into this subject, he asserts that by the NSA collecting nearly every electronic aspect of our lives, that it would make it far easier for criminals to do similiar things.  

Now it comes to light that in a coordinated sweep, criminal hackers using the Blackshades software suite to infect computers are being arrested around the globe.

“The RAT is inexpensive and simple to use, but its capabilities are sophisticated and its invasiveness breathtaking,” Bharara said. “For just $40, the BlackShades RAT enabled anyone anywhere in the world to instantly become a dangerous cybercriminal, able to steal your property and invade your privacy.”

Only the NSA wants this capability, in cooperation with it's Five Eyes partners.  The government hates competition.  

19 April, 2013

Gun grabbing tabled......for now

The Senate voted this week and amendments to the base bill were voted down, including the infamous Manchin-Toomey amendment. 

I'm gonna gloat a wee little bit and do my happy dance.  There's still lots of work to be done. I read Delaware is passing a bill for universal background checks.  And that brings me to this quote from the movie Serenity,

'Cause as sure as I know anything I know this: They will try again. Maybe on another world, maybe on this very ground, swept clean. A year from now, ten, they'll swing back to the belief that they can make people... better. And I do not hold to that. So no more running. I aim to misbehave.

Right now they're trying again, and will continue to do so.  It's time for us to misbehave.  Call your politicians and let them know you'll "misbehave" at the polls.   Let them know there are political consequences to their actions. 

15 April, 2013

I can hear the howling already

Everyone is upset ( or is going to be) when they see this.  However, Do you want Chuck Schumer writing this? Or MAIG?  Maybe Eric Holder, hmmm? 

Nope, I want the guy who works with Alan Gura, to write bills that can be defeated. Also,  rights will be expanded if this bill becomes law.  Granted, it's not "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED! MOLON LABE!" but, something is going to get passed. Our Congress, even the staunchest of liberty's defenders are spineless jellyfish. As Alan Gottlieb says, there are consequences if the system is abused.  Now the problem I foresee with that is that some vast number of prohibited persons filling out and/or falsifying a 4473, don't get prosecuted.  But I trust SAF a far sight more than the NRA who has been known to sell out for their own self interest. 

Also, I can't remember where, but there is something about if this were to be defunded, it would be permanently shut down.