You'll find, as you go deeper down this particular rabbit hole, that guns cause friends...not crime. - Me


Being the big softy that I am...

I thought I would add a lighthearted note to the discussion on "Gun Control".

If you have ever served in the military, be it a day, a week, a year or retiring after 25 years. You have probably heard this one.

"This is my rifle.
 This is my gun.
 This one's for fighting.
 This one's for fun."

Or in case you haven't here's this. Though not "Full Metal Jacket" it gets the point across.
Carry on.



Why the maniacal laugh? This. The .gov wants to clamp down on the people, Missouri is preparing to clamp down on the .gov, with jail time.

BTW, I hear my Dad tries to run a nice housing unit. At least he does try to keep the other felons you are housed with from stomping you flat but he and his subordinate officers are short handed a lot so lets hope y'all get a nice cellmate. Remember the CO's in a state prison are the cops and the response time isn't bad once they hear of a disturbance, usually they only wait till they have 4 officers before opening the cell door, enjoy.

From Facebook...again.

Wrote a short bitchgraph over at facebook thought I'd add it here too and then I decided to expand on it...A LOT.

What's happening, "JRebel"? Hell talk about a loaded question there Facebook. Lets see here. We have a bloated federal bureaucracy that wants to take away my guns because some criminal might do something, somewhere, at some point in time. Great!! Except we already have laws in place for that, try enforcing those first. You have others applauding this decision because, well, that's what they do. Criminals will look at these new laws the same way they look at the ones about killing folk, robbing folk, and raping folk. They don't give a damn, they're criminals for a reason.
Now on to the expansion that I decided to add just for my two whole readers. Might add it back to FB when I feel like earning more hatred from douchenozzles or the, but I repeat myself.

Wanna hear a secret? I know what they do care about, their own hides or in the case of mass-shooters on a suicidal mission, carrying out their goals. Now do you want to know what stops these people? A bullet to the brain-housing-group. Done, finished, finale. They stop, they don't pass go, they don't collect adoring fans that think they're cool. The only news report about them is in the obituaries under "DUMBASS" and to put it in internet meme speak "not a single fuck was given all that day".

However, you not only want me disarmed, you want me listed, probed, background checked till I'm bled dry, and then you will only let me have what you think is safe. Here's a news flash for you: I've been shooting since I was 5 (somewhere in the neighborhood of a quarter million rounds at this point, prolly more). I built homemade bows that could kill a deer when I was 10. I learned how to make knives when I was in my early teens. We won't even get into what I know about explosive compounds housed in your kitchen and bathroom. So for the sake of argument lets just say that I AM THE WEAPON. If I really wanted to I could kill you with your own fuzzy slippers had I the need. And you want to start an all out war with several tens of millions of people just like me? Dude, what are you smokin'? Seriously, you got a bad batch. People like me (unlike your touted President) really are benevolent. We choose to live and let live as long as you don't mess with us. However when you do - we mess back, twice as hard.

So despite that, you want you're little war with us Right-wing, bitter-clingers anyway? Ok, lets take a look at that short lived drama. I'll not only embrace a fight if there is no other alternative. I'll do it in the middle of a thunderstorm, in the dark, while systematically reducing your quality of life. Nothing sucks quite like not getting good food, or being able to get a good nights rest... ever. Welcome to your own cold, wet version of Hell*. Me, well I eat just fine thanks, well rested too, nature is a vast supermarket if you know anything about it and how to survive in it. Now we get to the meat of the matter, your superiors just declared little old me mission number one. Great, that's exactly what I was hoping for. While you and your fellow city dwelling buddies are chasing me around Mother Nature, those others I mentioned are raising Holy Hell with your supplies, your command structure and your support personnel. (Did I mention the part about you being outnumbered to start with?) Congratulations, you just got introduced to asymmetrical warfare. It's a real bitch ain't it?  BTW, Mother Nature is MY element, she's a lot like "Thunderdome" you and your buddies chase me into it, but only I'm coming out. Coyotes and vultures gotta eat too.

Nothing but love,

*Depending on the time of year it could be hot, dry, cold, wet or windy as FL in hurricane season or any combination there of, this is Missouri after all, I've seen it perform freezing rain the night after a 90 degree day and a thunderstorm in the middle of spring. "What you call Hell, I call home". Yes I just paraphrased a line from Rambo, deal with it.


For all those wishing death to gun owners.

Tell the coroner they won't have to fill out my toe tag. The taxpayers were kind enough to buy me a pair some years ago in exchange for that blank check I wrote to them.

Molon Labe.


There's one.

Finally recieved a reply from one of my e-mails. This is the reply I recieved from Sen. Blunt.

Dear [redacted],
Thank you for contacting me regarding the rights of gun owners.
As you may know, I am a strong defender of our Second Amendment rights. The right of law-abiding citizens to own firearms is an individual right guaranteed by the Second Amendment of the Constitution and broadly interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court. Our Founders clearly understood that one of the most basic rights of Americans is the ability to defend themselves and their families.
In light of the terrible tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, there have been calls for immediate action to address gun control. I do believe it is important that we have a serious national discussion about preventing these senseless acts of violence and protecting our children in their schools. Equally important, however, is an effort that more broadly addresses ways to spend federal dollars more wisely when it comes to treating and identifying those who are mentally ill as well as intervening before they tragically impact their own lives and the lives of others.
There are no easy answers here. I continue to believe that a weapons ban does not fix the issue. Whatever we do, it must be consistent with the Constitution.
I appreciate your thoughts and will continue to support legislation that safeguards our Second Amendment rights, encourages safe and responsible gun ownership, and keeps our homes and families safe.


I'm calling it QOTY.

That would be Quote Of The Year in case you are new to the intertubes.

 Every weapon of military utility designed within the past 100+ years was gone. This isn’t a society stocking up on certain guns because they fear they may be banned. This is a society preparing for war.

From Bob Owens in his article here.