Category Archives: linkery

Quote of the Day

Libprogs want conservatives to be silent. Conservatives want libprogs to keep talking so the world can see just how full of shit they are.
–Larry F. Correia, International Lord of Hate

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Just keep scrolling, just keep scrolling…

Space is full of empty.

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Gun Linky!

Displaced Louisiana Guy lays down the gunny gauntlet, and I can happily say that I fulfilled his requirements earlier this week!  Throw down a picture of your EDC gat, and link back at him, won’t you?  I feel a decided lack of linkery lately, and this seems a fine way to lead away from it.  And since we’re talking about carry pieces, I made a new header the other day and it will be featured exclusively for a day or two.


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The entirety of the history of the Roman Emperors distilled into one sentence

From DaddyBear:

“It is better to be loved than feared, but it is better to be feared than to be murdered and thrown in a river.”


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There is this resounding remark after every atrocity that invariable makes the rounds of “I don’t want to live in a world where principals and teachers have to….”

You already do.

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I like Mas


“The meme seems to be, “If you carry more (more powerful ammo, more cartridges, even more guns) than I do, you’re paranoid. And if you carry less than I do, you’re a pathetic sheeple.”

Oh, good Lord…”


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You mean, there’s something new from SHOT that isn’t another AR or 1911?

Something that looks funky, is affordable, and for my favorite little pistol–I may just have to try it out. The Ergo J frame grip!

Is… that… legal?


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I don’t know how, but I stumbled across this article about Andre the Giant and his drinking habits.

“You won’t find it in the Guinness Book of World Records, but Andre the Giant holds the world record for the largest number of beers consumed in a single sitting. These were standard 12-ounce bottles of beer, nothing fancy, but during a six-hour period Andre drank 119 of them. [...] Think about it: 119 beers in six hours. That’s a beer every three minutes, non stop. That’s beyond epic. It’s beyond the ken of mortal men. It’s god-like.”

An entertaining read.


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That’s it for today, folks

Dr. Boli won today’s internets. You can come back tomorrow to try again.

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Quote of the “Catching Up On News”

“If Guy, Bloomberg, or Crump had ever met 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in life, and called him a helpless “child” to his face, I strongly suspect Martin would have kicked them in the balls.”

Massad Ayoob

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Quote of the Day

From the most recent Vexxarr:

“That’s the beauty of democracy. If you can get everyone busy enough voting they will never see what it is you are really trying to do.”


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Of possible interest to my reader(s)

They guys who made “The Neverhood,” a mainstay of my childhood, are making a new game in similar style, and you can get involved with Kickstarter!

And since I can, here’s the soundtrack to The Neverhood:

The guy who made this is also going to make the music for the new one!


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Holy Crap

This this this a thousand times this.

DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW ANNOYING IT IS TO BE ASKED ON A WEEKLY BASIS “DO YOU PLAY BASKETBALL?” I use the miniature golf joke so much even that’s annoying now.

No, I do not play basketball, I find it idiotic. Airplanes and Toyotas are tied for how sucky they are on my knees. And I have pretty much given up on long sleeve shirts.

You all have no idea how much self restraint I practice, and had better hope that I don’t snap someday.


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Linky Linky

From the Great and Powerful Czar of Muscovy, on the recent (and not so recent) spat of scandals in the Obama administration:

Let us see if we can figure out the pattern here. People who report to the President attempt to make him look tough and competent; through their actions, people die or have their Constitutional rights violated. The President has absolutely no idea what is happening.

Now let us reduce that further: People who report to the President attempt to make him look competent. The President has absolutely no idea what is happening. Allow us to simply that yet again: the President is an idiot and everyone around him knows this.


And something to ponder from Franklin Sanders:

On 14 May 1913 (same year the Federal Reserve was founded) John D. Rockefeller founded the Rockefeller Foundation with a gift of $100,000,000. According to inflation calculators that use understated US government figures, that would equal $2.35 billion today. However, in 1913 $100 million equaled 4,837,500 oz. of gold. At $1,425/ounce, that would be worth today $6.893 billion.


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