Well, that’s kind of embarrassing

Sigurd the Mighty was killed by the severed head of his enemy, Máel Brigte, who was the Mormaer of Moray (Mormaerdom or Kingdom of Moray).
Sigurd strapped Máel Brigte’s head to his saddle as a trophy of conquest, and as he rode, Máel Brigte’s teeth grazed against Sigurd’s leg. The wound became infected and Sigurd died from the resulting infection.

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Good question but a little late


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Militia members arrested in bomb plot

WICHITA, KAN. Three members of a Kansas militia group were charged Friday with plotting to bomb an apartment complex that’s home to Somali immigrants in the western Kansas meatpacking town of Garden City, a thwarted attack prosecutors say was planned for the day after the November election.

The arrests were the culmination of an eight-month FBI investigation that took agents “deep into a hidden culture of hatred and violence,” Acting U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said.

A complaint unsealed Friday charges Curtis Wayne Allen, 49; Patrick Eugene Stein, 47; and Gavin Wayne Wright, 49, with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction. Their first court appearance is Monday.

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I’m sure she’s taken, ladies


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When you just don’t care anymore


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Stylish AND neat


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Well, they got one anyways


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Dan Bogan


Dan Bogan (1860 – after 1889) was an American gunfighter and outlaw of the American Old West, who today is considered[by whom?] to have been one of the most underrated gunmen of the 19th century west. He is included as one of twelve described in such a way, in the book “Deadly Dozen”, by author Robert K. DeArment.

Bogan was born in Alabama in 1860. His family moved to Hamilton County, Texas while Bogan was still only a boy, and Bogan began working as a cowboy as soon as his age would allow. After moving to Texas, his father died, and his mother would remarry and divorce twice, by the time Bogan was in his late teens. His two older brothers became involved in activities involving horse theft, resulting in one being shot and killed by the Hamilton County Sheriff, and the other receiving a prison term.

Bogan, thus far, had avoided criminal acts, but at the same time he was prone to fight, and often it seemed to many that he wished to do so. On May 2, 1881, while he and friend Dave Kemp were making their way around Hamilton’s saloons drinking heavily, Bogan, while intoxicated, began taunting the patrons of the saloons, daring any who desired to take him on in a fight. Kemp began urging his friend to leave, and led him to where their horses were tied behind the W. T. Cropper General Store.

Before they reached their horses, Bogan came across local farmer F. A. “Doll” Smith, who was seated on his wagon who was in town to buy supplies. Bogan began to verbally taunt Smith, calling him names and daring him to step down and stop him. Smith, who did not know Kemp or Bogan, at first ignored him. However, when Bogan dragged a chair out of Smith’s wagon and began beating it on the ground, Smith began to become more agitated. Bogan then replaced the chair, and again turned his taunts toward Smith. Smith had already made the statement that “I do not whip dogs, otherwise I’d step down and whip you”.

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Ramping it up

The Obama administration is contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert action against Russia in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in the American presidential election, U.S. intelligence officials told NBC News.

Current and former officials with direct knowledge of the situation say the CIA has been asked to deliver options to the White House for a wide-ranging “clandestine” cyber operation designed to harass and “embarrass” the Kremlin leadership.

The sources did not elaborate on the exact measures the CIA was considering, but said the agency had already begun opening cyber doors, selecting targets and making other preparations for an operation. Former intelligence officers told NBC News that the agency had gathered reams of documents that could expose unsavory tactics by Russian President Vladimir Putin.


Remember how everybody was talking about a “national emergency” that Obama could use to keep himself in office? You don’t think this could the beginning of it?
Everybody’s been so concerned with the bullshit, slander, crimes and everything else concerning the elections that they’ve completely forgotten about that.
Guess what, people – it’s beginning. If you think Russia is going to sit back and take this bullshit, you’re sadly mistaken. They will retaliate. They have no choice. Not only that but the Obama administration threw their cards on the table by announcing this ‘covert’ action.
Got preps?

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Damn, I left California just in time

From GI-had Joe:

Here are the measures that Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he has signed:

Senate Bill 1446, authored by Sen. Loni Hancock, D-Berkeley, bans possession of ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.

SB 1235, authored by Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles, regulates the sale of ammunition by requiring background checks.

SB 880, authored by Sen. Isadore Hall, D-South Bay, and Assembly Bill 1135, authored by Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael, ban “bullet buttons” that make it easy to detach magazines.

AB 1511, authored by Miguel Santiago, D-Los Angeles, limits the lending of guns to family members who have not completed background checks.

AB 1695, authored by Assemblyman Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, blocks people who have knowingly made false reports on the loss or theft of a gun from possessing firearms for 10 years.

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From Tom Baugh at Starving The Monkeys

At the start of 2016, we launched a family-friendly blog, OldSchoolTech.info. Since then, we have been caught up with the local crime and corruption drama, so we haven’t put in much effort over there since then.

Old School Tech is a home for family-friendly guides about how to do and build interesting things. While Starving The Monkeys will always have a bit of an edge to it and tackle controversial topics from time to time (as in usually), Old School Tech is much more wholesome, like a 1950s science class film series. STM will link to OST, but not the other way around, keeping that site kid-friendly. We’ll also avoid using OST pingbacks to sites like STM, so if you find one we let through, let us know and we’ll drop it.

We’ll usually link to each new Old School Tech article from here as they come out. Please post your technical and kid-friendly comments over there, and your blood-and-guts comments about the projects and their potential applications over here.
and then there’s OLD SCHOOL TECH HERE


I think this Old School Tech blog, given the state of things lately, is something that we all need to read, pay attention to and benefit from, along with past writings from foodgrower (see the tab at the top of my page) as well as the new direction that George Patton has taken. Things are going to get worse before they get better and knowledge on day to day living and survival will be crucial.
Both links will be in my ‘Patriot Links’ tab at the top of my page and I’ll post updates as they come out to move y’all along in that direction.

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How depressing


We don’t even answer the landline when it rings during mealtime.

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Straight up White Trash, God bless ‘im


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Damn, and I thought I could rant…..

Click the link below for an epic rant from a Trump supporter.

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Via email from M, and it applies to the very recent allegations against Trump such as the one in the post below this one:

This is the saying that family and friends – and many others – say when they see a news report that is blatantly biased (when aren’t they?) or is obviously inaccurate (I repeat myself):

“When the fourth estate becomes the fifth column you are grateful for the second amendment.” 452.

What does that mean:

“Fourth Estate” most commonly refers to the news media, especially print journalism or “the press”. Thomas Carlyle attributed the origin of the term to Edmund Burke, who used it in a parliamentary debate in 1787 on the opening up of press reporting of the House of Commons of Great Britain

A fifth column is any group of people who undermine a larger group—such as a nation or a besieged city—from within, usually in favor of an enemy group or nation. The activities of a fifth column can be overt or clandestine. Forces gathered in secret can mobilize openly to assist an external attack. This term is also extended to organized actions by military personnel. Clandestine fifth column activities can involve acts of sabotage, disinformation, or espionage executed within defense lines by secret sympathizers with an external force.

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TWENTY FIVE years later, she comes forward

Kristin Anderson was deep in conversation with acquaintances at a crowded Manhattan nightspot and did not notice the figure to her right on a red velvet couch — until, she recalls, his fingers slid under her miniskirt, moved up her inner thigh, and touched her vagina through her underwear.

Anderson shoved the hand away, fled the couch and turned to take her first good look at the man who had touched her, she said.

She recognized him as Donald Trump: “He was so distinctive looking — with the hair and the eyebrows. I mean, nobody else has those eyebrows.”


Sorry, I ain’t buying it. Why didn’t she come forward when it first happened? Why didn’t she come forward when Trump first announced his candidacy? Or when he won the primary?
Why are all these alleged ‘victims’ waiting until it gets right down to the wire?

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I’d have to pass, thanks


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And in the ‘Free’ State of Idaho…..

The Idaho Statesman is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.

We recognize a lot of you are not going to like our choice of a Democrat in this Republican state — where Sen. Ted Cruz won the GOP primary in a landslide and where Sen. Bernie Sanders soundly defeated Clinton in the Democratic caucus. But our hope is that you will consider our reasoning before critiquing our conclusion. At this critical time in our nation’s history, we need, more than ever, to listen to each other with respect.

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