Archive for 29 Aug 2012

Can’t understand a word, but it’s got two of my favorite things, funny and eye candy!

…I am your future.
Good video with some kixkin’ rock to go along with it.

Shamelessly stolen from Kickin’ and Screamin’

A bud sent me this in an email. I figure I can share.
Here’s Kate Upton.

It’s hump day! Almost there.

Here’s your hump day hottie.
This is Harada Orei.

…of unloaded rifles and shotguns.
This state is out of control. The morons in the state legislature keep passing laws that don’t do anything to curb crime, and continue to erode the Second Amendment rights of all Californians.
This state sucks.
Democrats suck.
Time to get the hell out of this state. I’m thinking of just walking away from everything and starting over in a free state.

Senate approves ban on open carry of rifles
Don Thompson

California would bar the public display of rifles and shotguns in most cities and towns, under a bill approved by the state Senate on Monday.

The measure responds to gun rights advocates who took to openly carrying unloaded long guns to protest another bill that became law last year. That measure prohibited the public display of unloaded handguns.

The ban was sought by the state police chiefs association and the Peace Officers Research Association of California, which represents local, state and federal law enforcement officers. They said it was causing confusion and alarm for officers and citizens who couldn’t tell if the guns were loaded.

“The problem right now is we have those individuals who are brandishing shotguns, as well as rifles, in the public arenas. It’s been a threat to police officers,” said Sen. Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles, who carried the bill in the Senate.


…by Obama supporters.
Buyer’s remorse anyone?

Obama voters reject ‘hope and change’ in new documentary
By Jedediah Bila

In an election year, there is nothing more powerful than the voices of regular Americans. Their excitement, hope, disappointment, anger, and distress have a greater impact than any politician’s words ever could.

Citizens United Productions knows that. For their soon-to-be-released documentary, “The Hope and the Change,” producer David N. Bossie and Writer/Director Stephen K. Bannon traveled to the swing states of Colorado, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia to interview forty Democrats and independents who supported Barack Obama in 2008 and will not be backing him in 2012. The film will be screened at the Republican and Democratic conventions before wider distribution begins.


Here’s today’s reading list.