And I’ll leave you with this:

I’ve got some work to do on this site this weekend but I’ve got some other stuff going on tomorrow, so I may not post Sunday. We’ll see how things go.

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The shit I post on Facebook Part III

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Man, Brandon sounds like a hateful li’l bitch

A man who tweeted an offer of $500 to anyone willing to kill a federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer was acquitted Friday.

The case against Brandon Ziobrowski, 35, centered on whether a threatening social media post is protected speech.

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She does look like the fun loving type

A Kentucky judge has been hit with nine misconduct charges after being accused of having threesomes with staff in her office and letting employees get drunk on the job.

As has learned, Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry is being investigated by the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission after claims she gave preferential treatment to attorneys that succumbed to her sexual demands and donated to her campaigns for re-election.

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The Coldest Acre in Appalachia

The Appalachian Mountains of the United States are known for their remarkable beauty, lush vegetation and rich history. With all of this being said, they can also be quite unforgiving to the unprepared traveler – especially in the frigid winter months of the year.

Spanning from Northern Alabama to Southern Canada, it should go without saying that the weather throughout this chain of mountains can lend itself to great extremes.

This past autumn, we set out to locate the coldest single acre in all of Appalachia – not necessarily because we desired to go there, but more to provide our warm-weather desiring readers with knowledge of the 4,840-square yard area they should avoid at all costs on a chilly winter’s evening.

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Party hearty, Jen

DUNDALK, Md. (AP) — A woman accused of driving off the road and killing a teenager in Maryland had two bottles of whiskey and 92 minibottles of liquor in the car, police said.

Jennifer Jean Jones, 30, has been charged with negligent manslaughter by vehicle, Baltimore County police said Thursday.

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Friday gifdump Part III

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Roy Buchanan

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Citizen Revolt: Resist Refugee Resettlement Dumps

USA – -( Should U.S. citizens have input into whether their neighborhoods are fundamentally and permanently transformed into United Nations refugee camps full of welfare dependents and tax burdens?

Government-funded charities that profit mightily from the federal refugee resettlement program say: “Hell, no!”

But President Donald Trump and growing numbers of informed Americans across the heartland are raising their voices to say: “Heavens, yes!”

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It’s a family thang, yo

NASHVILLE (WSMV) – Family members of a teen who escaped from a juvenile detention center last weekend are being charged with helping him after the escape.

Metro Police said the Juvenile Crime Task Force arrested three people for the escape of 15-year-old Calvin Howse, and Howse’s sister was wanted by investigators. Jasmine Howse turned herself in to police on Friday morning.

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Your Friday Afternoon Florida Report

A Florida father left his juvenile son on the side of the road because he thinks his son might be gay, according to police.

Evenaud Julmeus, 30, of Haines City, Fla., dropped the boy off in front of a closed police department, according to an affidavit, which stated that the child had a small duffel bag with several articles of clothing in it but did not have any food, water or money. The boy also did not have a phone with him, police said.
Jeffery in Alabama

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Under Siege At Khe Sanh

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George Company at the Frozen Chosin Reservoir

In contrast to today’s safe spaces and triggered behavior, sixty-nine years ago a forgotten generation from a forgotten war pushed the limits of human endurance–demonstrating American resilience and true grit.

This company of Marines braved 30-degree-below temperatures, withstood Chinese human-wave attacks, and survived on snow and Tootsie Rolls to hold a crucial hill. Their efforts changed the course of a battle–and maybe even a war.

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The shit I post on Facebook Part II

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Guns and Aging

One of the most senior shootists I’ve known was John Hansbury, who had two careers including chief armorer of the U.S. Coast Guard. I got to know John when he started shooting SASS at nearly 90. When I asked why he’d gone cowboy he said, “Well, my silhouette friends are dead.”

John departed the range in 2001, age 97. He remains a prime example of what older shooters increasingly will face.

With advancing age there’s a natural degradation of shooting skills, often related to strength. Meanwhile, with baby boomers ranging beyond retirement age, more gun owners face the dilemma: what to do with our firearms?

The question extends beyond the immediate concern of how to dispose of some or all of our guns. It’s a relatively easy question to answer, at least where jurisdictions permit sales or heirloom transfers. In Free America, as here in Arizona Territory, sales between individuals are easily accomplished. Elsewhere, transfer via an FFL holder is an obvious choice.


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Dog update

No change. It’s been three weeks now and he’s still dead.
I know that sounds flippant, but I’m still looking for him every damned morning when I get up and let Legal Lucy and that asshole dog Jack out. He used to meet me at the door, I’d bend over to give him a hug and he’d touch his nose to my face, his way of giving me a kiss.
I’m still seeing him out of the corner of my eye throughout the day and when I’m standing at the kitchen window looking outside, I find myself scanning the property lines looking for him.
Lisa misses him horribly, to the point that she can’t look at the box holding his ashes. Understandable, seeing as he was her buddy, spending most of his time at her feet.
You know what’s funny? I feel guilty. Not because of something that I didn’t do for him or something that I may have overlooked that might have let him live longer, but because of the grief that I still feel. I mean, I’ve lost a lot of friends over the past 30-35 years, some very good men, and I feel worse about losing that dog more than I did losing them.

Legal Lucy:
She’s still hanging in there. Doc gave her 2 months to live a year ago, and she’s not showing any real signs of slowing down. I’m still giving her fluids every 4 days to help flush out the toxins that her kidneys can’t dump and she’s on a special diet of Kidney Care and canned chicken, and that seems to be working just fine.
I’ve gotten really attached to her this past year since we almost lost her, giving her tons of attention to the point that she sleeps with me now. When she feels me stirring, she’ll belly crawl right up against my side grunting and beating me with her tail until I start stroking her, then she flips over so she can start her day off right with a morning belly rubbin. That goes on for a good 10 minutes before I can even think about getting up for a cup of coffee.
Spoiled little bitch…

That asshole dog Jack:
Back in August I wrote a piece (HERE) for his One Year Anniversary of showing up here, and in it I mentioned how standoffish he was and while he’s a dog that lives here, he’ll never be a pet.
The very next day, that contrary sonofabitch made a liar out of me by coming up right out of the blue and laying his head in my lap to be petted. Fucking blew me away, man. It was almost like he had given me a yearlong tryout to see if I was going to work out, and I passed.
Since then, he’s come a long way. Whoever had him before evidently abused and neglected him judging by the way he reacted whenever I reached for him or picked up a stick or something, but he’s getting over it.

He’s been spending a lot more time inside with me since Charlie died and he’s really settled down. He still has his playful moments when he wants to attack me, but at least he listens now when I tell him no or when I scream in pain.

One habit he cannot get out of is biting me. Not out of fear or because of meanness, but playing. The only thing is, even when he’s playing, he bites hard. Hard enough to draw blood sometimes, especially when he clamps down and twists. The really bad part is, he goes for the hand. I’ve tried feeding him my arm where there’s more meat, but it’s always the hand and that fucking hurts.

Monday I decided we were going to have a no-bite day and as soon as he started getting playful and popping his teeth at me, I told him no. It went on like that for a couple hours until he got the message. We went all day without him putting his mouth on me. Tuesday was the same way, not a single bite or nip. Holy shit, we might be onto something here.
Wednesday morning I woke up to my wrist in his mouth. As soon as that sonofabitch saw my eyes open up, he clamped down. I sat up as best I could seeing as I anchored by a 75 pound dog, screamed “JACK, YOU MOTHERFUCKER!” and then he let go with a look in his eye that said ‘Who’s the bitch now?’
It was nice while it lasted.

These past 3 weeks, ever since Charlie died, he’s calmed down considerably. I don’t know if it’s because he feels he doesn’t have to compete for attention anymore or what, but he’s starting to act like a dog for a change. A retarded dog for sure, but still a dog.

He’s entirely devoted to me now. He lays on the pad next to my chair and when I get up, he gets up. He follows me everywhere. If I go to the bathroom, he’s there. Kitchen, he’s there. I can get up and walk around in a 3 foot circle in the middle of the living room and he’ll follow me around and around with his nose up my ass.
He doesn’t pay much attention to Lisa though, unless she’s eating something. Oh, he’ll go to her occasionally for a pat and an ear scratching, but he’s made it plain that he’s my dog. He’ll go up to her, get a pat, then turn and leave to go find me.

Who knows, I may just keep him.

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1.2 guns per person? Fucking slackers need to buy more

(Liberty Bell) – You won’t find a more hot button issue in the realm of politics than that of gun rights versus gun control. The Second Amendment has been under attack by bleeding heart liberals for as long as any of us can remember, but it seems their cause has gained a lot of traction with certain folks in the voter block thanks to campaigns full of misinformation launched by radicals who want to disarm the population and force socialism down the throats of the citizenry.

A newly released study is making waves across the Internet from the ATF that shows just how many guns are owned by Americans, and let me tell you, when you see this figure, not only will it blow your mind, it’ll make a tingle of patriotism run right up your leg, Chris Matthew style.

Here’s more from Summit News:

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Friday gifdump Part II

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“no immediate determination on whether the shooting was terror related…..”

PENSACOLA, Fla. — The suspect in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday morning was a Saudi national, according to two people familiar with the investigation.

The FBI has taken the lead in the continuing investigation, though there has been no immediate determination on whether the shooting was terror related, the sources told USA TODAY.


Oh yeah, I’m sure there’s another perfectly logical explanation as to why a fucking ayrab would be shooting up a US military base.

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DoD Releases Plan to Allow Personnel to Carry Firearms on Base

The Pentagon recently released detailed guidance that allows U.S. military personnel to carry privately owned, concealed firearms on base, a move that the Army’s service chief argued against publicly.

“Arming and the Use of Force,” a Nov. 18 Defense Department directive approved by Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work, lays out the policy and standards that allow DoD personnel to carry firearms and employ deadly force while performing official duties.

But the lengthy document also provides detailed guidance to the services for permitting soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guard personnel to carry privately owned firearms on DoD property, according to the document.

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