Archive for March, 2010

My Latest Deranged Stalker: Copyright Nazi

Saturday, March 27, 2010 20:35 3 Comments

This guy has stalked me for months online. He stalked me to remove a quote from an issue of the Harley Davidson magazine, etc. Meet Craig Dove. I did this to absolutely rile him. I am so sick of attracting crazy people. Not disagreeing people. Not even hateful people. But C-R-A-Z-Y people. 3.28.2010 Update: According [...]

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Judge Napolitano: Quote of the Week

Saturday, March 27, 2010 18:09 3 Comments

Go, Judge, go! I love this man’s fiery passion and unabashed assaults on the criminal state. From a Newsmax article on the unconstitutionality of Obamacare: The judge also says he would rate President Obama as one of the worst presidents in terms of obedience to constitutional limitations. “I believe we have a one party system [...]

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Male Vegans Secede From Vegan Movement

Saturday, March 27, 2010 11:26 6 Comments

Vegans, Hegans, Shegans, Wegans, and Super Vegans – what’s the difference? Considering the popularity (or unpopularity) of this recent post of mine on vegans, a reader sent me this article from The Atlantic. On Wednesday, The Boston Globe informed its readership of the hottest new trend sweeping the nation: “heganism.” Never heard of it? Well [...]

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Politicians’ Votes on the Health Care Bill Came Cheap

Thursday, March 25, 2010 22:43 1 Comment

This is just a small piece of the action described in the Pocono Record. At the 11th hour, the politicos and their co-assailants ran around trying to buy up the last few votes needed to insure victory of their totalitarian health bill. Michigan representative Bart Stupak sold his vote for grants for three airports in [...]

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Orwellian OnStar

Wednesday, March 24, 2010 7:32 1 Comment

Back some years ago, on more than one occasion, I was asked to submit my resume for an open position in accounting/finance at OnStar Corporation. I was in the auto industry back then (blah!), and I had no desire to work at a quasi-governmental company making Big Brother products. I flat-out refused. Some of my [...]

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Teaching Your Child to Love Debt and the Fed’s Credit Bubble

Tuesday, March 23, 2010 20:39 7 Comments

Reader David Keuhn wrote me to tell me that he and his wife went to Walmart, and upon going through the clearance aisles, he came upon this game: CHARGE LARGE: Buy Big, Build Big, and Borrow Smart to Win. I am so glad he thought of me when he saw it! Now certainly, we know [...]

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Shocking News: Government Motors Likes Black Boxes

Monday, March 22, 2010 22:06 7 Comments

From an article in the Detroit News: General Motors Co. supports legislation to require so-called “black boxes” in vehicles to collect crash data, and it is willing to support additional “reasonable” auto safety legislation. Meeting with reporters Friday, GM’s new vice president for government relations, Robert E. Ferguson, said the company backs legislation in the [...]

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Another Vegan Learns to Live Life Again

Sunday, March 21, 2010 17:56 36 Comments

This interview with ex-freak … ‘scuse me, ex-vegan Kaleigh Mason is stunning. Kaleigh was not a vegetarian – she was a vegan. No longer. She takes the words right out of my mouth: The reason¬†the vegan philosophy would appeal to someone with an eating disorder is it fits right in with the program.¬† The vegan [...]

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Stan the Pull-Up Man

Sunday, March 21, 2010 12:42 2 Comments

He holds the world record at age 50.

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Some 1911 Peppers

Saturday, March 20, 2010 19:14 9 Comments

Here are some photos I came across today from my September 2009 trip to the Four Corners region. I was breaking in my new Taurus 1911. I had many jams with crappy Blazer ammo (only stuff I could find) that I’ll never use again.

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