Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Got robbed

The last eight days have been rough. I came down sick on Sunday, slowly declined through Wednesday, went to the doctor on Thursday and was diagnosed with pneumonia. I have been on the couch not wanting to move the whole week.
Saturday, it got worse, LOTS worse. A friend who was covering for me called and needed parts from my truck.
I went out at noon, and got home an hour later. At four, I got up to try eating, (first time in a week). There was a box of ammo on the counter, and I decided to stick it in the gun room. When I walked in, I WAS FLOORED! Many empty slots in a once full rack. Six M-4 style rifles, several with high end optics, two AR pistols, and six other pistols including both my 45's were taken.
I am 100% certain who took them. I had a falling out with a roommate who had been a friend for years back in June. Right after, I changed the locks to the gun room and garage. He moved on July 1st.
We had a further falling out when he came back for his dog kennel. He left some anchors laying all over the yard and I hit one with my mower. We exchanged texts and it got nasty from his end. He told me that as a Christian I had to forgive him. Sorry, forgiveness comes with repentance.
I thought it was over. He has a well earned reputation for vengeful acts. I'm told he has slashed tires and killed pets according to some sources.
My house can be observed from a road a half mile west. He likely watched me leave and, knowing I would be gone at least an hour, rushed over.
When I built the room, it was just storage, so it had only a passage lock. When I moved the guns, I put in a deadbolt, but didn't redrill the frame.  Because of that it could be tickled open with a knife. Only he would know that. NO ONE  but he and I knew that. Less than 20 people know the location, and what is in it. Kinda makes for a real small pool.
I had a pistol sitting on a shelf right outside the gun room. It was not touched.
After the sheriff was done, I fixed the problem. I also put the overlooked gun in the gun room. On Monday, it too was gone. He came back on Sunday while I was at church. I am looking for his new residence.
The detectives want to look elsewhere. I have tried to get them to focus. While they are chasing windmills, he is getting away with fifteen weapons. I will pursue him to the ends of the earth.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

why indeed

Five members of a Turkish family have a mutation that forces them to walk on all fours much like an ape. One would think the family would obtain wheel chairs for them. I guess in islame you let people suffer. My guess? Inbreeding. Muslims like to keep it in the family.
Yea, I'm an ass.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

SCOTUS should reverse this without comment, or....

Arizona douche bag Joe Wood has wrongly received a reprieve from the 9th circus. He is demanding to know the source and  content of the cocktail that will rid society of him. The liar err lawyer should be made to execute him. Strap a couple pounds  of c4 around his neck, bury them together in a concrete room, and give him 48 hours to decide whether to shoot him, stab him, strangle him,  or just wait out the time and die with him.
UPDATE: SCOTUS reversed it.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Florida father of the year

So, you walk in on some one molesting your child, what do you do? One Florida father had a good idea when he found an 18 year old pervert molesting his eleven year old son. Raymond Frolander got about one tenth the ass whooping he had coming.
He survived.  I guess, if you are the dad, you might not want a death on your conscience.  None the less, society is the loser.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Dirty stinking criminal

There are a lot of criminals who get called that, but here is one to whom it applies. Do I feel sorry for them? Hell no! Not Mesac, not the other prisoners. Too bad our wimpy justice system won't allow for an old-fashioned GI bath. Complete with toilet brushes.  USED toilet brushes.
That guy deserves the death penalty. If he has to rot on death row for twenty years, let him go without bathing then.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

far away but close to home

The news this morning featured a tidbit about the legal sale of pot in Washington state. One of the first people to buy was from Kansas. I was half listening when they said the names, and I went "holy shit! I know them! Sarah was good friends with my son when they were kids. Her sister, and my oldest were very close. Sarah worked at a place in Aggieville the last time I saw her.
I sometimes suspect she was really conceived in 1950, but the embryo was kept frozen for 40 years. She is that kind of person, a free spirt, and with a good heart. I hope they enjoyed it.
I have nothing against people who smoke pot. Legalization is a states rights issue. The only say the feds should have is on importation. Hard drugs are another issue, but Marijuana is a common weed, and should be treated like any other plant.
We have been fighting the "war on drugs" for decades. If they were serious about winning, like the war on terror, they should fight it at its source, not on our streets.

Sunday, July 6, 2014

What should I say?

I was making lunch today when I got a text, "Can you talk?
What would you reply?
A. Yes....... But not now.
B. Yes, I learned to talk when I was 1 and haven't shut up since.
C. Holy shit! I'be been married so l long, I've forgotten how!