What is it with YouTube and their new ad program?
Posted on Saturday, May 25, 2013 7:36:45 PM by RoosterRedux
I really used to like youtube.com. Watched old movies, gun videos, how-to videos, and all sorts of unusual films.
Am watching an old series on British Commandos tonite.
But the video ads now added to youtube are so incredibly disruptive that I have started to cut my usage down dramatically.
There is a mechanism…another site…that permits one to watch a youtube video without the ads (just add a “skip” after youtube in the address) but even that is getting overwhelmed with traffic.
Reloaders: solution to ammunition shortage?
5-9-2013 | vanity
Posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 4:46:51 PM by topher
At one time, it was popular for people to reload their own ammunition. In fact, at one time in American History, it was necessary.
It seems like this might be a hot topic for some people so that they can get enough ammunition for target practice, etc.
Dick’s Sales, Stocks Drop Following Black Gun Ban
http://www.Guns.com ^ | apr. 29,2013 | Max Slowik
Posted on Saturday, May 04, 2013 3:25:56 AM by Daffynition
Last Christmas many Dick’s customers were sent one mean lump of coal in the form of a gift certificate. All customers who pre-ordered a Troy Carbine from Dick’s for their Black Friday special had their orders cancelled and their money returned.
» Video: Surviving The Great Culling with Filmmaker Chris Maple Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!
Film-makers Paul Wittenberger (What In The World Are They Spraying?) and Chris Maple explore what are the real threats to your life, your offspring and your genetic integrity?
How can you protect yourself from those threats? Why is a global depopulation agenda being pursued?
[[The Great Culling: Our Water]]
To arms in Dixie – Lyrics
Behold a Pale Horse (DVD)… “We were born for such a time as this! Be a part of the solution. Freedom depends on it!”
We were born for such a time as this! Be a part of the solution. Freedom depends on it!
AMERICANS FAVOR TEA PARTY PRINCIPLES OVER PROGRESSIVE IDEAS BY OVER 2-to-1 MARGIN
The Daily Caller ^ | March 7, 2013 | Todd Cefaratti
Posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 7:18:22 PM by SaveOurRepublicFromTyranny
The left has never really known what to do with the Tea Party. In the beginning of our movement, the left was quick to deny the very existence of our grassroots efforts, calling it “Astroturf” — the product of evil, corporate interests that, somehow, were financing every handmade sign being waved across the country.
It’s George Soros Fault We Have So Little Ammo… NOT!
Ammo Land ^ | Mar. 5, 2013 | Larry Keane
Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 3:44:09 PM by EXCH54FE
NEWTOWN, Conn –(Ammoland.com)- The latest Internet rumor has George Soros owning “most of the ammunition manufacturing companies and many arms manufacturers as well.”
It goes on to suggest that Soros and his few remaining competitors are selling new production only to the government, while the civilian market has been relegated to a fast-disappearing stock of old ammunition.
If you’re like me, you check the ammunition shelves in every retailer you visit, and we all have felt the sinking feeling of seeing nothing but empty shelves. The trend is especially acute at the “Big Box” stores where speculators check every day to see if new shipments have arrived overnight.
The gaps in the current ammunition supply are frustrating — but they are not a conspiracy.
The Dumbest AND Most Frightening Bumper Sticker You’ll Ever See…
The Looking Spoon ^ | 3-5-13 | The Looking Spoon
Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 3:15:36 PM by The Looking Spoon
Somebody actually put this on their car and may have officially invented vision pollution in the process.
How To Disarm Citizens
The feds’ have plans, lots of goals and plans
Fred On Everything… ~ “Your Papers, Citizen Gun Control and the Changing American Character” … “This is not an unimportant part of the dispute over guns—wanting to be left alone. Nobody in America, ever again, is going to be left alone. Not ever.”
Your Papers, Citizen
Gun Control and the Changing American Character
February 19, 2013
A staple of American self-esteem is that we Yanks are brave, free, independent, self-reliant, ruggedly individual, and disinclined to accept abuse from anyone. This was largely true in, say, 1930. People lived, a great many of them, on farms where they planted their own crops, built their own barns, repaired their own trucks, and protected their own property. They were literate but not educated, knew little of the world beyond the local, but in their homes and fields they were supreme.
If they wanted to swim buck nekkid in the creek, they swam buck nekkid. If whistle pigs were eating the corn, the family teenager would get his rifle and solve the problem. Government left them alone.
We take communication for granted because if we want to talk to someone we have multiple ways of contacting them: home phones, cell phones, email, and instant messaging. We are used to instant gratification by calling or texting and pretty much getting an immediate response from virtually everyone on our contact list.
EXTREME CAUTION !!!!!
O’ PINHEAD !!!!!
But after all the electronic infrastructure is gone, how will we get in contact with people? Cell phones, landlines, and the internet will be useless. However there are multiple radio options. Which ones will be of the best use and which ones will be basically useless?
Gunny & Glock – Wrong Diner
Posted on Tuesday, January 08, 2013 4:24:03 PM by navysealdad
This is a great commercial for Glock. He picked the wrong diner to rob.(VIDEO)
(Excerpt) Read more at zanylol.com …
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably had a conversation with someone in the last few days who asked, “Why do ordinary law-abiding people need those semiautomatic firearms with magazines that can hold more than ten cartridges?” There are lots of sound answers.
For one thing, defensive firearms are meant to be “equalizers,” force multipliers that can allow one good person to defend against multiple evil people. To allow one good person to defend against a single evil person so much stronger and/or bigger and/or more violent than he or she, that the attacker’s potentially lethal assault can be stopped. History shows that it often takes many gunshots to stop even a single determined aggressor. Most police officers have seen the famous autopsy photo in the cops-only text book “Street Survival” of the armed robber who soaked up 33 police 9mm bullets before he stopped trying to kill the officers.
He shot several of them, and discovered that it took so many hits to stop them that he placed multiple loaded handguns every few feet along his workbench. That’s not possible in a home, or when lawfully carrying concealed on the street: a semiautomatic pistol with a substantial cartridge capacity makes much more sense for that defensive application.
Red Diaper Baby; Red Passport4/3/2010Red Diaper Baby; Red Passport info to be revealed during the CIA Columbia Obama Treason & Sedition Trial. Recorded on 2 April 2010 Distributed by Tubemogul.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kt073mgDS
Be ready….Over the coming weekend and into Monday a chain link fence will be constructed by the left. It will be built from the following narratives:
-the polls will tighten, magically. -a story line that Mitt peaked too early -the amazing comeback of the ONE -the dem ground game is fired up
The Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese! ~ (“You Nannies and Busybodies with dietary suggestions can move on. This chat is for people who like to eat where, what and when they want who are well schooled in the menu of a great American institution.”)
My boy and I hit the drive through tonight because Mom wasn’t in the car….. we were both ready for two Super Size #4′s and then my world had changed. The Double QP was in the #3 slot! When and why did this happen?
I recently came across (via a Facebook post) an article about Lifestraw, a device for making biologically contaminated watersafe to drink. The marketing and publicity around this product seems exclusively geared towards the third world, as a way of preventing diarrhea-causing infections, which are the world’s #1 cause of death.
I’m glad there is more proof out there….this is something I knew my whole life…
(Addendum: By “Sully”)THE ORIGINAL U.S. MARINE CORPS KNIVES OF WORLD WAR II « CITIZEN.BLOGGER.1984+ GUNNY.G BLOG.EMAIL
In re your topic on WW II knives, may I add the following?
As you may recall, I hail from Gary, Indiana. When I was growing up, having been born in 1927, the only game in town so far as employment was concerned, was the Gary Steel Mills. If men didn’t work in the mills themselves, their jobs were directly related to those enormous producers of steel.
I recall that very early the buildup for WW II young men being drafted or enlisting in the Armed Forces seemed to be always gifted by a knife of one type or another made in the steel mill. These knives were as individual as those who made them. The latter were likely to be friends or relatives of those who recently had donned uniforms.
Some of these knives much more resembled swords than knives. The weight, length, breadth, and edging on each knife amounted to a unique signature. What happened to those knives when they were received by the recipient?
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Prison Planet.com » 3.6 Million Taxpayer Dollars Being Used To Support The Lavish Lifestyles Of Former Presidents Such As Bush And Clinton
You are not going to believe how much money is being spent on our former presidents.
At a time when U.S. government spending is wildly out of control, a total of 3.6 million dollars is being used to support the lavish lifestyles of former presidents such as George W. Bush and Bill Clinton in 2012. For 2013, the plan is to increase that amount to 3.7 million dollars. But do any of them really need this kind of welfare? The truth is that all of them are very wealthy. So what justification is there for giving them so much money?
You can see the GSA budget proposal for former presidents for 2013 right here. The 3.7 million dollars for 2013 does not even include the cost of Secret Service protection. Rather, it only covers expenses such as office rentals, travel, phone bills, postage, printing and pension benefits. Certainly it is not unreasonable to grant former presidents a small pension, but should we be showering them with millions of dollars each year? At a time when the federal government is drowning in so much debt, the fact that these former presidents are willing to take such huge amounts of taxpayer money really does make them look like parasites………….
I like and, more importantly, respect James David Manning. He is a man of great courage and a man of God. He is a rare element in America today.
In the ’80s, it was tinny electronic recordings advising you that “the door is ajar.”
In the ’90s, it was auto-strangulating seatbelts that assaulted you as soon as you closed the door.
Today, it’s the cement-headed obsession with oversized “rims” (ree-uhms, if pronounced correctly in High Ebonics).
The sight of something along the lines of a clapped-out ’78 Caprice Classic worth $1,200 sporting $3,000 worth of tackier-than-New-Jersey-Hausefrau Cameltoe twennies is a spectacle unique to our era. Like curb feelers and jacked-up rear ends (redneck high culture) a generation ago. Only those things eventually went away. And – they were mocked as markers of low culture (and a low IQ) at the time.
Daily Mail ^ | 3/29/12 | Sadie Whitelocks
Posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 6:59:31 PM by Nachum
Young girls are fast becoming internet sensations not because of their vocal skills or dance moves, but because they resemble living dolls.
Staring doe-eyed at the camera, with cupids bow lips and a porcelain complexion Dakota Rose has been hailed a real-life Barbie.
Known to her fans as Kota Koti, she has amassed a global audience with her YouTube fashion and beauty tutorials.
In most of the videos she remains silent while subtitles provide the viewer with a step-by-step guide on how to apply cosmetics, style hair or dress fashionably.
(“YouTube admits that they block videos critical of the state when the Feds ask them to”) ~ Prison Planet.com » YouTube Blocks Video Exposing TSA Crime
YouTube admits that they block videos critical of the state when the Feds ask them to. Now it has taken place with a very powerful video we posted. The work of extreme truth was put out my Mike Adams and was the most powerful video I have ever seen on the subject of TSA crimes.
They blocked it because it used humor to expose the scum and the control freaks don’t like that, they don’t mind video of crying children and other victims on the web.
They love terror and fear it is only when we make fun that they get mad. See tyrants know they are a joke…..
Also, get or have the jump on. Achieve a distinct advantage over someone, especially through early or quick action; get a head start.
For example, Their book on electronic communication has the drop on all the others, or We really got the jump on the competition.
The first of these slangy expressions dates from the mid-1800s and originally alluded to pointing one’s gun at someone before he pointed his at you. It was transferred to more general use by about 1900.
The second, which uses jump in the sense of “start,” dates from about 1900.
Obama and the Derelict Class of 2012 We are either headed into bankruptcy, financial and political ruin and possible civil war or the American people will ultimately rise up…
Obama and the Derelict Class of 2012
We are either headed into bankruptcy, financial and political ruin and possible civil war or the American people will ultimately rise up, cut off the derelict class, fire all of the “legal Muggers” and get active to fix it from the ground up. I won’t hold my breath for the latter.
The Local (Sweden) ^ | 12 Dec 11 08:22 CET
Posted on Monday, December 12, 2011 12:11:30 PM by DeaconBenjamin
“Quite simply I think it’s distasteful, especially if they are raising money for charity. This is a museum frequented by children and it’s hard to explain to them why there are hand grenades in the Christmas trees,” visitor Elinor Lindeborg told Sveriges Television (SVT).
Georgia Bill: Must Pay to Get “God” Off License Plates
Opposing Views ^ | 11/29/2011 | Emily Krueger
Posted on Tuesday, November 29, 2011 11:22:10 PM by Just4Him
A new bill pre-filed in the Georgia General Assembly this month would not only allowdrivers to obtain license plates reading “In God We Trust,” but would in fact require them on all vehicles – unless drivers pay to cover it up. Georgia SB 293 would amend current law to mandate that, starting next summer, all plates would be imprinted with the religious declaration.
Obama Selling Martini Glasses and Spatulas for Campaign Cash
FoxNews ^ | 11272011 | Todd Starnes
Posted on Monday, November 28, 2011 12:18:44 AM by TheDailyChange
Cut the HOMIE a break, he couldn’t fight his way out of a wet paper bag much less create jobs and run the greatest country on earth.
Let him sell is SH!t memboribillia
63 Year Old Cartoon Depicts America Today
Godfather Politics ^ | 11/19/11
Posted on Saturday, November 26, 2011 2:41:58 AM by Impala64ssa
It’s always interesting to read predictions of what life and society will be like in the future.
Tea Party Kicked Out of Congress
Youtube ^ | 11/20/11 | You Tube
Posted on Saturday, November 19, 2011 3:20:27 PM by John 3_19-21
Youtube ^ | 05/12/11 | Youtube
Posted on Thursday, November 17, 2011 9:43:45 PM by Winstons Julia
A British morning show landed a huge guest.
What happens when a government builds a massive, unaccountable police apparatus to thwart infiltration by a foreign menace, only to see the society it’s supposed to protect take to the streets for entirely different reasons?
It looks as though we may be about to find out. The Occupy protests have been mostly peaceful, with a few fairly dramatic exceptions. But the sight of a huge police presence in riot gear is always startling, and tactics that have been honed in Europe (such as “kettling“) against anarchist actions have not been as common in the United States as elsewhere. More standard forms of crowd control, such as the aggressive use of pepper spray and “rubber” bullets have so far been the outer limits of the police use of force. But it is hardly the outer limits of the possibilities.
Of the various books I have inflicted on the world, my favorite is Au Phuc Dup and Nowhere to Go, the print version of which is a mess. The Kindle version is fine. Should anyone be interested, a sample chapter, clickable, is available under the cover on the right-hand side of your screen.
Like a wolverine digging at a rabbit’s hole, this column seeks truth, wherever it lies. (Of course, if truth lies, how can you trust it? These are deep waters.) To this end, I have been reading feminists about what slugs men are, and bandits, and slaves of vanity, and cause loose fillings and sunspots and roach infestations. In the past I dismissed these tiresome viragos as mere creatures of bile and ill-breeding. This time, I thought, maybe I should listen to them. After all, ugly short-haired unmarried women are people too. Pretty close anyway.
AsI pondered, I was overcome by the consciousness of sin. Yes, I thought, it is true. We men are the slaves of vanity. I wanted to deny it, but I could not. The facts cannot be evaded: We, sorry male malfeasors all, are hopelessly vain.
Confess it, fellows: Men spend millions on boob jobs, on moisteurining lipstick that gives us the freshness of the roses of morn, on perky push-up bras that divide and lift at the same time. Yes, we do…..
via Fred On Everything.
A few weeks ago, I wrote to you about the FDA’s proposed new policy on dietary supplements that could make it impossible or very expensive for you to purchase the natural products you rely on to support your health. The open comment period on the FDA’s proposed guidelines ends on September 30, so NOW is the time to act and let your voice be heard if you want to retain your right to access supplements. (Scroll down to the bottom of this article to learn how you can get involved.)
If the FDA has its way, all vitamins, herbs and other dietary supplements will soon be classified in the same manner as unapproved drugs and synthetic food additives. The results of this change in classification could be disastrous for both natural health consumers and the natural health industry. Resveratrol, CoQ10, curcumin and even many multivitamins could be pulled from the market, and those that remain available may become so expensive that many people won’t be able to afford them. Supplement companies that cannot afford to put their products through the FDA’s intensive, burdensome drug trial process may be forced out of business, leaving room for pharmaceutical companies to swoop in and profit at your expense.
You know that Big Pharma is surely working hard behind the scenes to make sure that this law is passed, and that they carry incredible influence with the FDA and the government in general. This means that we all need to work together and use the power of the people to stop this from happening. Unless we stop these new guidelines from going in to effect, we stand to lose our right to access the natural healing tools that many of us depend on as alternatives to expensive and often dangerous pharmaceutical drugs.
(Excerpt) Read more at stopagingnow.com …
So you find a 100 yr old tool in the basement and think to yourself, hey this ought to be worth something… If your like me, see how many things you see here that you’d like to get a hold of…
Guns don’t kill people; liberals do
When Love Was a Warm Toy Gun
- Selwyn Duke Tuesday, September 13, 2011
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In a way, commercials can tell you more about how we’ve changed than history books. The other day I came across the above 1960s TV commercial on YouTube; it’s for a toy set called the “Gung Ho Commando Outfit” by Marx. And it’s a perfect snapshot of the America that, sadly, no longer exists.
Despite this fact, watching it is hilarious. It is unabashedly politically incorrect, featuring a group of young boys running around playing war games, all decked out in the most authentic military gear a 10-year-old could imagine. It’s enough to make any suburban soccer mom’s head explode.
Every toy gun in the commercial looks (gasp!) realistic; there are no sissified colors, no orange plastic piece at the end of the barrel. Yet, in the times that it aired, you never heard of a child being shot after pointing one of these toy weapons at a policeman. You see, even when I was a boy in the 1970s, we were taught enough respect for elders to understand that a certain necessary wall existed between adults and children. You would never take the liberty of “playing” with an adult stranger in the street, whether he sported a badge or not. It never even entered our minds. As for policemen, they could assume that a child wouldn’t target them with a real gun. And it was a safe assumption……………..
A Culture in Regression
We Don’t Need No Steenking Books
September 10, 2011
The night closes in. Read the surveys of what children know, what students in universities know. Approximately nothing. We have become wanton morons. As the intellectual shadows fall again, as literacy declines and minds grow dim in the new twilight, who will copy the parchments this time?
No longer are we a schooled people. Brash new peasants grin and peck at their iPods. Unknowing, incurious, they gaze at their screens and twiddle, twiddle. They will not preserve the works of five millenia. They cannot. They do not even know why.
Twilight really does come. Sales of books fall. Attention spans shorten. Music gives way to angry urban grunting. The young count on their fingers when they do not have a calculator, know less by the year. We have already seen the frist American generations less educated than their parents. College graduates do not know when World War One happened, or what the Raj was. They have read nothing except the nothing that they read, and little of that. Democracy was an interesting thought……………..
via Fred On Everything.
OR ARE THEIR HEADS BURIED IN THE SAND?
Does the Quran preach peace or war, love or hate for one’s neighbors?
(Sep. 5, 2011) — Here’s an old joke: Let’s have all of our judges and politicians wear logo jackets, you know, windbreakers with the patches of the companies that sponsor them. The back of Obama’s jacket would have a big, green “BP,” and quite a few senators and representatives would have the flag of China, and maybe we’d see an Iranian flag or two, and, of course, every oil company in existence would be represented in our hallowed halls, as the AMA, all unions, and, without exception, each defense contractor. Every jacket would, obviously, have multiple patches. Here’s one for you: Ever wonder why judges wear robes? Well, now you know, so all the patches will fit.
I’ve been looking, although I haven’t seen one yet, but, as WMD’s, the absence of what you’re looking for doesn’t mean it’s not there. All it means is you haven’t found it. I’m talking about the specific patch of one Crescent, which includes the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, allowing mosques to be built: one Crescent patch says it all……………
Red-Light Cameras Aren’t the Bonanza Cities Expected
Red-Light Cameras Aren’t the Bonanza Cities Expected: “Red-Light Cameras Aren’t the Bonanza Cities Expected
Miami Herald ^ | Saturday, 07.23.11 | DAVID WALTER
Posted on Sunday, July 24, 2011 2:57:32 AM by nickcarraway
Within minutes, seven of the cases were dismissed, with the hearing officer ruling they had tripped the cameras while making a legal right turn on red.”
And somehow, sometime we have to stop it.
Because somewhere in our future, by ballot or bullet, this will once again be a free country. History would suggest that there will first be a long and insufferable reign of oppression. But someday, in some American breast, there will burn again the passion for liberty, and the shackles will be thrown off.
Better that we avoid that reign of oppression by throwing it off now, by standing up to it and demanding that we be allowed to live our lives.
A micro-managing government is an oppressive government, regardless of the ostensible motive. Protecting us – or the environment or the children or the economy or whatever else they’re protecting – is not justification for enslaving us.
And government cannot protect you without enslaving you. It cannot protect you from the consequences of your choices without taking away you ability to make those choices.
And so we must wear seat belts and motorcycle helmets and ban transfats and cell phones in cars. Fries can’t have too much salt and cigarettes must carry pictures of cancers and people who buy guns must show picture ID and wait five days. We have to buy insurance and we can’t buy fireworks and from zoning rules to city ordinances to state and federal laws, the government seems to see its primary function as putting its boot on our necks.
But you can’t succeed unless you can also fail, and you can’t be free unless you are left to face the consequences of your freedom. The government needs to learn that, and so do we……
First, you usually have to turn off the traction control – which exists to prevent you from doing burnouts. As soon as the tires begin to slip, the electronic brain instantly pumps the brakes, or backs off the power – or some combination of the two – in order to restrain you from partaking of antisocial activities. In some late-model cars, it is impossible (or extremely difficult) to turn the traction control entirely off. You think you did, but pushing the button only partially disengages the system. Real burnouts – the fishtail sliding type – are not allowed. At least (in some cars) not before you go through a multi-step process of depressing/holding the button – after which – for a brief time only – the computer will permit you to spin the tires. But only just a little bit.
Then it re-sets and you have to ask permission all over again.
You can’t do that anymore, either. At least, not if you don’t want to burn holes in the upholstery. Most new cars don’t come with ashtrays. You have to pay extra to get them – if they’re even available – as part of a “smoker’s package.” It’s another passive-aggressive manifestation of subtle behavior modification techniques, like those 85 MPH speedometers cars had for awhile in the early ’80s. If the speedo doesn’t read any higher than 85, you won’t be tempted to drive faster. Right? So, if there are no ashtrays in the car, maybe you’ll give up that filthy habit.
Meanwhile, the automakers are writhing to outdo each other in getting Internet in cars, so you can read e-mail and surf the web while driving. . .
Because that’s so much safer than smoking.