Thursday, April 30, 2020

Plotting A 'We Survived The Rona V Roadtrip'

Got a bug up mine arse this evening that gave me an itch to go on a road trip once all this Rona V shit has ended (or maybe before if they don't reopen America). Called the male heir and asked when is his vacation and what are his plans. He has two weeks coming, one already set for a NY trip around Christmas. The other week is free - well was free. I suggested a road trip to him in the car his mom recently gave him. A Volvo C30 or C5 or C189 (whatever, I have no clue but I know it has a C in the name). I also know, it definitely does have a turbo charged engine. 

I think it'd be nice to drive that like a madman and I am sure so does my boy. So, it looks like Brendan and I (and probably Skye the mongrel) will be hitting the road but when is undecided. I am hoping for a week or two before the 4th. The direction will be north by northwest (excellent direction and even better movie) from Benton, AR. First destination  - wherever we get before we are both too tired to drive. Next stop (or maybe the first one) probably Mt. Rushmore National Monument (my choice and where in Hades else would you expect us to go with us heading North By Northwest), then onto Deadwood, SD (where Wild Bill was gunned down - Brendan's choice). That is so close to Sturgis, SD - I guess we will have to drive through and stop there at least for a brewski. 

After that, off to Shell Creek Campsite in Wyoming (a place three of my friends and I stopped on an epic road trip we made eons ago and where I caught a nice trout and took the coldest bath of my life in a snow melt stream and bled from my ears driving down to the town of Shell). Then - if we still have the time - off to see Yellowstone and or the Grand Tetons - just a quick view of what I missed the first time in the area and of something Brendan has never been near before. After that, it'll be us heading back to his place. 

A week just does not seem long enough - but maybe I can talk his boss into giving him three extra days or so, of unpaid time off, for this trip. Hell, I'll make up any lost pay for him if need be because dream trips like this don't come often. I should mention, if for some reason we wind up taking my car, I may drop him off in Denver for a flight home and then head on down the road somewhere further on from there with the pooch. I don't have a job I need to go back to - damn, retirement might be nicer than I had thought.

All the best,
Glenn B

Monday, April 27, 2020

Returning The Stimulus Money - It's Probably As Difficult As I Had Thought

Lat week, or thereabout, I sent messages to both of my senators from Texas - Ted Cruz and John Cornyn. In those messages, I asked each of them how I could go about returning to the government the stimulus money that had been paid to my wife & I via unsolicited and unwanted direct deposit to our bank account. Ted Cruz has not yet replied and that was pretty much expected based on my past correspondence to him - he takes a long time to get back to his constituents. John Cornyn got back to me I think the same day to acknowledge receipt of my message. Yesterday, I got a second email from Cornyn, it appears in its full text below  - you can read it or not but if you do not care to read his blather ten allow me to just say that he did not at all address the specific issue I asked him about - returning the stimulus money to the government.

Dear Glenn:
Thank you for contacting me regarding recovery rebate checks. I appreciate having the benefit of your comments on these important matters.
I understand this is a time of serious uncertainty for both the physical and financial health of our nation. I want to assure Texans that Congress is committed to finding the best solutions to address the economic challenges many people are facing due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
As you know, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (P.L. 116-136), provides direct payments of up to $1,200 for individual Americans. These recovery rebate checks will be distributed through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  Individuals with an adjusted gross income of $75,000 or less, and taxpayers who have filed as “head of household” with an income of $112,500 or less, who are not claimed as a dependent by another taxpayer and have a work-eligible Social Security Number, are eligible for the full $1,200 rebate. Households with children are also eligible to receive an additional $500 for each child if the parent’s or parents’ income qualifies, which is generally determined by the same rules in place for the Child Tax Credit.
For the vast majority of Americans, no action on their part will be required to receive a recovery rebate check since they will be based on the adjusted gross income reported on an individual or couple’s 2018 and 2019 tax returns. In addition, Social Security recipients who are not required to file a tax return and meet all of the other qualifications will receive their direct payments as they would normally receive their benefits. For more information about the recovery rebate checks, including questions about eligibility, payment amounts, and additional updates, you may visit the IRS website at
When a program of this scale is implemented at such a rapid pace, it is understandable that some challenges will arise. Rest assured, I am in constant communication with the IRS to get your questions answered and improve this process for all Texans.
If you are having trouble and need individual assistance, you may visit my website to find answers to a variety of frequently asked questions at: .
I appreciate having the opportunity to represent Texas in the United States Senate, and you may be certain that my staff and I will continue to closely monitor the status of the COVID-19. Thank you for taking the time to contact me.
United States Senator

Yes he made reference to the stimulus payments in a broad political balderdash filled manner but he did not answer the very simple question, in essence: 'what official mechanism is in place to allow us to send the stimulus money back to the government'.

We do not need the money and we do not want to contribute to what almost certainly will be the super-high inflation and increased taxation that will slam the citizens and other tax payers of this country due to this idiotic stimulus plan that was only needed in the first place because of political panic over a disease that to date every politician has gotten most everything wrong about - including and especially shutting down our economy over it.

We may be the only two people in the country who are trying to give it back. Of course, if they tell me there is no mechanism to give it back, then we plan to keep it and give at least a decent percentage to charity. The rest, well we will split that and I would spend mine on goods made in the USA. I'll give them another week.

All the best,
Glenn B

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Damn - I Am Hankering For a Range Trip

The local indoor range, a few miles from my place is open; I know because I picked up a gun there and did the transfer earlier this week or was it Saturday last week. Whenever, they were open. As I was waiting for the paperwork to get done, a range officer went into the range to help another one fix a target hanger that I guess had come off the track or whatever. As they were working on it, them both a yard or two forward of the firing line, there was a guy on the first point putting his gear away. I watched on their surveillance monitor over the counter. I mentioned to the owner that the guy was handling his pistol while her employees were downrange. She looked and in essence said 'meh'; I watched some more and watched him load the pistol while kneeling on one knee and bent over it like no one would see him do it. I mentioned that he was loading it, she mumbled something and did not even glance up at the monitor. I don't think I'll be shooting there.

As for the outdoor range I go to, it's as bad or worse but sometimes no one else is there and then it's usually a good day for me. I may drive there tomorrow and shoot if I am the sole person there. Since it's in AR, it is probably open.

All the best,
Glenn B

A Little Excitement At The Apartment Complex Last Night

I was walking the mongrel Skye last night and heard some banging noises like someone kicking or pounding on a door or maybe the dumpster. So, I turned around to take a look and saw a guy run away from the apartments. A very short time later, heard much the same thing and turned to go over that way to see what was going on and again saw a person, looked like the same one, run away from the apartments. This time though he hopped in a dark colored car a little ways up the block and they drove off. I did not see any damage anywhere and just kept walking Skye. 

We cut between our complex and one next to it and just my luck, there was the car (looked black in that light) parked in its lot, the car that I had just seen drive away. One guy got out, saw me, said something to me like what are you looking at. Another guy got out of the driver's side, looked me over and then one or both said something I did not understand and they got in the car and drove away. Skye and I walked though the parking lot to grassy area, and as best I recall across the street to just outside the local park. Soon, we went back the way we had come. Well, here comes that car again, driving by and into the lot of our apartment complex, they stopped in front of me (they may not have seen me at that point) and I stopped waiting to see what would happen. Then they just slowly drove away. 

We walked through the parking lot and headed across the street again, this time into the park and walked around for ten minutes or so. As we were walking in the driveway of our complex, back to our apartment, I heard what sounded like a gun shot, it was followed by two or three more (I am pretty certain it was another three). I called 911. 

 Gave it a few seconds and peeked around the corner of the buildings. Saw a small crowd and a guy standing atop an orange car. This was that car. 

Guy who was atop the car seemingly owned it. Saying something to the effect he had not been in his car when it was shot up and some other seeming blather. 

The police came by soon and interviewed some people and me too. Told them what I had seen and described the other car as best I could. They asked me to look at some pics later, showed me pics or video that came from someone's home surveillance system that overlooked our parking lot. A black car looking something like the one I had seen was in it but I could not say for sure it was the same car - the pics were supposedly from the time at or right after the shooting. 

I may need to look for a new apartment or maybe a house rental out in the country really soon. 

All the best, 
Glenn B

Monday, April 20, 2020

Vortex Optics Get An A+ From Me

I had a pair of Vortex Vanquish 10X26 binoculars for many years. I got them from my emloyer sometime between 2002 and 2011 when I retired. As best I can recall, I got them around 2002 or 2003. Whenever, it does not really matter. What matters is that several years ago, one of the the loops built into the binocular body that holds the loop of the binocular strap broke off. Thus, no way to properly secure the binos to their strap. Oh well, I lived with it. I used this particular set of binoculars for work and after I retired for spotting game while hunting (yes the government let me keep them).

Last year, I bought my son a Vortex Crossfire II scope. At the time, I saw they had a lifetime warranty for just about anything that you did not do to them on purpose. I thought of the binoculars and seeing if they were covered but then as things went in my life I forgot all about that. Just recently I ordered a 4-12x50 Vortext Crossfire scope for myself and again was reminded of that warranty. I dug out the binoculars thinking of returning them to be repaired. I contacted Vortex Optics Customer Service; I explained how and when (more or less) I got them (as they were issued to me and I was allowed to keep them) and described the problem. They said send them in and they sent me a prepaid shipping label.

I sent them in and in almost no time, they sent me an email that said they had received the binoculars. While awaiting the return of my soon to be repaired binoculars, I bought another Vortex Crossfire II scope. I figured - why not since they were living up to their warranty of the binos. A few weeks later, I got another email saying the binoculars were on the way back to me; it was not exactly the truth but was not a lie either. I received a package from Vortex Optics today. The binoculars I sent to them were not in the box! Instead of my old pair, they sent me a letter explaining that the old ones could not be repaired. In with that letter was a brand new pair of the exact same model binoculars. To say that I am impressed would be an understatement. In truth, I am amazed. Vortex Optics just gained a very thankful and loyal customer. I am planning on buying at least two rifle scopes in the near future, they will both be Vortex Optics scopes without a doubt.

All the best,
Glenn B

Revolution Of A Different Sort

Good morning fellow insomniacs and earthlings. I woke up this morning and looked at the time, it was 0255. I could not get back to sleep mostly because that is just the way it is sometimes but also because the mongrel Skye was snoring. I looked at Fox News and FB awhile on my phone; then went downstairs.
I thought of what to do and decided, what better to do than take pictures of my latest acquisition and show it off. It's a Sig Arms (must have been made around time of transition to Sig Sauer because it has Sig Sauer grips) GSR Revolution RCS, 1911 style, 45 caliber pistol in black stainless steel. I own only a few guns in SS but no others in black SS. It's not a full sized1911 but is a nice compact type; I think the barrel is 4 to4.5", will measure it later. It came with two magazines, the case and all papers including the original sales receipt from 2007. I had to pull of the price sticker to see it was manufactured April 6, 2007 (why seller's cover important info like that is beyond me). Anyway, the first down-payment by original buyer was made in May 2007 and he picked in up in June same year. The original price was $1049.99 plus tax; I got it for considerably less and it appears to be in pristine and possibly unfired condition. It may be the nicest looking pistol I own. I am debating making it a safe queen or shooting up a storm with it:

Now back to the sack; the bitch will be needing to go for a walk sometime between 0660 and 0700 and I need some sleep before then!

All the best,
Glenn B

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Anti-Tyranny Stew

Today I figured I cook a bit early and am making a beef stew - a spicy one at that. The ingredients are: a nicely marbled choice Angus Beef Chuck of about 3 pounds (chuck being the second best cut for a stew - prime rib-eye the best but too expensive most times), canola oil to brown the meat, salt to make it brown better, a Spaten Lager in which to stew, about a tablespoon of back pepper (a heaping one - maybe two regular ones), two heaping tablespoons of minced garlic in oil, a Serrano pepper minced, 2 fairly large sharp onions, about 1/2 a cup of onion flakes, 4 fairly large parsnips, 3 medium white turnips, about 1/4 of HB hefe weiss bier (not the 11.5 ounce size but the 16.9 ounce size - to add a bit more liquid; I am enjoying the rest of that now and had a Spaten earlier - I am getting sloshed today to celebrate The Shot Heard Round The World and the commencement of the American Revolution) and maybe a 1/4 cup of OJ. 

It is all cooking in a heavy duty aluminum pot left to me by my great-grandfather; he and my great-grandmother used to cook things like paprika chicken and goulash in it. It will be done in about 15 minutes. The meat is already quite tender, the veggies just about done and the aroma is exquisite and the waiting to eat it is torturous.

All the best,
Glenn B

244 Years Later - Is It Time To Take Another Shot?

Today is the 244th anniversary of The Shot Heard Round The World (the commencement of the American Revolution at Lexington Green). Sometimes, I think it is high time for a second shot heard over the same expanse because of all of this socialistic, communistic, tyrannical oppression heaped upon our shoulders by the governors of many, but thankfully not all, our states and oft times by federal politicians. If that is not enough to trigger another such shot then I imagine we are doomed to wear the yoke of those who fawn for rule by tyrants and are enslaved by the false security they offer at the expense of our liberty. Liberty to exercise our right to overthrow tyrants, supported by our right to keep and bear arms, is the only thing that keeps us truly secure but we must exercise that liberty from time to time!

All the best,
Glenn B

Friday, April 17, 2020

Been Drinking and Thinking...

...just what I'd do with that if I was younger with nothing to tie me down. I'll leave it to you to decide - do I mean the gun or the gal and or the couch!

By the way, been drinking this:

All the best,
Glenn B

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Even Odds... will always get a random result.

All the best,
Glenn B

The Second Worst Thing About The Rona V

The worst part about it, other than that people have passed on from it, thus making it the second worst thing about it, is that this virus crisis may be the end of Donald Trump as president. I hope not but the libs are going to use everything they can against him and that means everything, even what they caused to make this crisis worse, will be blamed on him by them and people will fall for it on all sides of the political spectrum. I hope that logic prevails but then again the country voted in Jimmy Carter and Obummer so we may be doomed by this virus after all.

All the best,
Glenn B

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

So True

True both before and after COVID-19.

All the best,
Glenn B

Sign The Petition Against Immunity Cards...

...and to end stay at home orders. You can find it and sign it here.

This Nazi/Commie/Socialist/Liberal Turd type control has got to end so we do not face triple digit inflation de to the oncoming collapse of our economy if this continues. 

All the best,
Glenn B

Sunday, April 12, 2020

A Little March Madness

This is a sample of some of the ammo I bought last month. It's just over 3K rounds; all in all though I purchased about 4.5 K rounds of ammo last month. Sadly, I shot most of it up already and the rest was lost in a boating accident.

I had been replenishing my ammo stock since I disposed of some before moving out of NY. Having about 50K rounds or more in NY - I had too much to load into the rental van with all my other stuff. So, to make up for what I sold in NY, since I got to TX I've been buying some every month. Then when I realized that the Saudi - Russian oil spat had driven the price of oil down and that the Rona V was already wreaking havoc with everything and toilet paper was in short supply - I knew ammo was not far behind of flying off the shelves and decided to buy - buy -buy!

I decided to get as much as I could in short order before it ran out or the prices went up sky high. Well, Target Sports USA had all of this plus more except for the pictured case of TulAmmo 7.72x39mm ammo that I bought from Luckily, I got all the ammo I ordered in March at regular retail prices, minus my Prime membership discount of 8%, at Target Sports USA with the case from RKGuns also going for its normal price there too. Places like Customers Are Dirt had already raised their prices higher than any normal person could afford by the time I ordered most of this but these two retailers stuck with their normal prices until the ammo essentially ran out and they had to replenish at somewhat higher prices if they could replenish their sock. Yet, they did not and as far as I know still are not price gouging as are some other online ammo dealers.

Missing from the photo are another 100 rounds Prvi Partizan 180 grain 300 WIN MAG, 500 rounds of Aguila 22 Short (both already delivered just not in the pic), 200 rounds of Winchester Super-X 200 grain 35 REM MAG and 500 rounds of CCI 22 short plated round nose ammo - on order but yet to be delivered (and it's been almost 3 weeks for those but they willget here sooner or later since they were ordered from TSUSA).

I figured even if the oil disagreement goes away, and COVID-19 dies off, we still have the 2020 election upcoming and if for some reason it looks like a demoncrat can win - ammo will disappear altogether from the shelves of retailers so I had best get it when I got it. 

I also have 4 pistols scheduled to be delivered to me tomorrow and another that has not yet shipped from the Hessney Auction Co.. Add to that a bayonet and a few mystery rifle magazines and I am almost ready for Armageddon. Oh yeah - yes I do have TP and booze. If I run out of food, I have a hunting and fishing license.

All the best,
Glenn B

Happy Easter

Wishing those who celebrate it a Happy Easter and also hoping those who celebrated Passover had a happy one (sorry I forgot to post a happy Passover  post this year).

All the best,
Glenn B

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Tipping The Odds With A Tipton

I sprang for a Tipton Ultra Gun Vise this past week and took it out of the box and put it together today. When you take it out of the box it appears to be assembled and is in a manner of speaking but all the parts are on it upside down; I guess they did that so in would fit in a certain sized box snugly. Then I proceeded to mount a Vortex Crossfire II 4-12x50 AO scope to my Savage 111 Long Range Hunter in 300 WIN MAG. To do that, I mounted the rifle in the vise and then got out the Wheeler F.A.T. Wrench (Firearm Accurizing Torque Wrench) and its accompanying Professional Reticle Leveling System and got down to it. Sounds fancy but all it is is a torque driver kit and a couple of levels for the rifle (one in a clamp that goes on the barrel). Anyway, as I said I got down to mounting the scope onto the rifle.

I have to say it was a pleasure doing it the right way for a change. The vise held the gun firmly and steadily and was truly like an extra pair of hands. The levels assured I put the scope on the rifle level to it left to right. The torque wrench - really more of a screwdriver assured I did not over or under tighten the mounting screws of the scope base an scope rings. Doing it this way made it much easier to have the scope line up on the horizontal plane left to right and thus to have the horizontal reticle level with the gun in those directions. Normally I'd just put on the rail, then the bottom rings and tighten them about as tight as I could get them without stripping the screws, then would put the scope into the bottom rings and put on the top rings leaving enough leeway for the scope to turn by hand pressure to try to get it level by eye. It almost never quite worked all that well and the reticle was almost always off   just a bit. Doing it with the two levels assured it is almost if not completely level. I'll be mounting more glass onto my rifles because my old eyes don't have the eagle vision (20-15 distance vision through my 40s) they had once upon a younger time. Of course, that could get expensive since I have several guns on which I like to mount scopes and even the less expensive ones of any decent quality got for about $200-$300. Better quality = higher prices and that can be much higher; although, I will limits it to no more than around $400 for any given scope at the very most but most should fall into the lower range I mentioned. I'll just have to take my time in getting the scopes an the mounting them as I acquire them.

As for that Tipton Ultra Gun Vise, I had never seen one before but has seen several of the Tipton Best Gun Vise. After seeing a video on YouTube wherein it was explained that the plastic body seemed really cheap and flimsy, and after reading some forum posts to that same effect and having seen and handled them before _ i decided the better made Ultra was the way to go. It too is made of mostly plastic bt the plastic parts are heavy and seemingly durable and in no way are flimsy. I have to say, I don't know why I never picked up a gun vise before. This one is going to make cleaning my rifles and pistols and easier chore, it will also make small repairs that much easier than using just my hands to hold a gun while also trying to work on it.

All the best,
Glenn B

Friday, April 10, 2020

Filling The Void With The Expanse

I just finished re-watching the first three seasons of The Expanse. As I recall, it used to by a SyFy original but now the first three seasons are available to watch over on Amazon Prime. There are also two new seasons out, now Amazon originals. I'm not sure if I should sit through the first couple or few episodes of season 4 tonight or wait until tomorrow night. Decisions, decisions, decisions...

All the best,
Glenn B

Have You Been Wearing A Mask

...that is if you have been able to find any? I have some really cheap ones, bought a 5 pack at a tag sale awhile back but three of four have already essentially fallen apart (probably made in Wuhan) when I used them only about once each. Then yesterday, someone I saw at the local dog park gave me an unopened pack of five of them. Yes, gave them as in free - how nice. I owe him some beers. Otherwise, you cannot find them around here and I have no talent for sewing to make my own. Anyway, I could not find the materials to make a decent few if I wanted to find the components. All that stuff is sold out; although, I may be able to find a brassiere. Heck, it might be fun just looking to see if they have any bras for sale or if they are sold out like everything else used as, or to make, a mask.

Whatever, I have been wearing a mask for the past few days when out shopping, but essentially only inside the stores. When I am out walking Skye my mongrel, neither of us wear one (no I don't have any for the mutt). Before going inside a place like Sam's Club, Wally World, Dollar General or Cash Saver - I put it on before getting out of my car and take it off when I get back to my car. Been using one over and over until it craps out. The ones I have barely last a store or three if that long. Regardless of the masks, I am now really trying to limit my time shopping. No panic, just some prudence. You gotta go sometime - it's just a matter of when and how as I see it but there's no need to hurry it.

As for donning the masks, I'm wearing them not so much for me. Mine are worn over my beard and thus, while they may offer some, they do not offer full protection for me but they will work to protect others in the event I cough or sneeze and happen to unknowingly spew forth the demon seed of the disease of the millennium. Even if not for that, I've had an infection in my nasal passages and do not want to spread that around; antibiotics seem to be working so not to worry that it's the dreaded 'rona v' (rona v © Brendan B & Glenn B April 2020).

What about you are you wearing one at all?

Stay healthy my friends.

All the best,
Glenn B

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Marlin 336 Disassembly & Assembly - Easy As Pie

I worked on my Marlin 336 yesterday. I did a 90% or so detail strip. The only things I did not take apart were the trigger assembly (as in remove the trigger from the trigger guard plate), the loading spring ( what many might call the loading gate), sights, and the bolt assembly (it looked pretty clean). Oh yeah, I also did not remove the safety button assembly. 

 I've got to say, it was a pretty straight forward matter to take it down and to assemble it again, at least once you have a clue how to do it. I watched a couple of decent videos as reminders on how to do it but as luck would have it, neither covered the removal of the safety button which was the one part I wanted to inspect thoroughly because it had been sticking some. As it turned out, lubricating it a bit pretty much solved that. 

The two decent videos I found appear below - one for 336 pre-safety models and the other actually for a Marlin 1895 but they are pretty much the same as to disassembly. Mind you, the pre-safety 336 video can be somewhat of a chore to watch as the guy is evidently making the video with one hand bouncing the camera around while taking apart the rifle with the other hand and there pretty much is no audio other than his breathing noises and disassembly noises. The other one was more of a typical video with audio as well; the guy who made it also has an assembly video for the 1895. Both helped me get the job done. 

Those were the two I found yesterday, found some others today but have not watched them all yet. 

All the best,
Glenn B

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

All Those Dog Walks...

...that me my mongrel Skye have taken since we teamed up back in October 2019 evidently have had an effect. After my shower this morning, I caught a glimpse of myself in the bathroom mirror; that's something I usually try to avoid except when combing my hair or grooming the beard - it's a scary sight.

Well, I noticed that despite starting to eat snacks again during the Christmas season, and sticking with the snacks since then, I looked a tad thinner than I have been looking. Now, I know I lost weight because of the dog walking, probably about 15 to 20 pounds at most, but I thought I had gained a bit back. Anyway, when I was in my closet grabbing my duds for the day, after seeing what looked like a thinner me, I spied a pair of Levi's dungarees. I have not worn them in many years. There are two reasons for that - one being that the back pockets position my wallet right at where the pressure fro the wallet causes a lot of hip pain. The other simply was - they no longer fit, I don't think I have been able to fit into them for at least 10 years. I have tried them on several times in that period but never got them to close. 

Yep - you guessed it - today they closed around the waist and while not a perfect fit, it was pretty easy to close them. If I had any of those little gold stars that the nuns used to stick on top of a test paper that had a good mark, I'd stick it on my forehead and then go out for a great big breakfast at a local restaurant (if any were open which they are not). I guess I'll just make myself a nice big greasy sausage and egg and pan fried toast (not in the mood to thaw out a pound and a half of bacon and then cook it) of a breakfast to celebrate. I may even cook up a few scrambies for the pooch!

All the best,
Glenn B

Monday, April 6, 2020

A COVID-19 Epiphany

All this panic over what - it's just another way to die out of the many ways that were already before us. If it took just one of us or takes a million or kills of the whole human race - what's the difference! We all die sooner or later - it's just a matter of when and how.
All this panic over what? It's just another way to die out of the many ways that were already before us. If it took just one of us, takes a million or kills off the whole human race - what's the difference! We all die sooner or later - it's just a matter of when and how. 

So why are you so afraid? Sooner or later you're going to die. In the meanwhile, live your life to its fullest and die a fulfilled person - don't live a politician's or bureaucrat's idea of how your life should be lived and die a servant to tyranny!

All the best,
Glenn B
All this panic over what - it's just another way to die out of the many ways that were already before us. If it took just one of us or takes a million or kills of the whole human race - what's the difference! We all die sooner or later - it's just a matter of when and how.All this panic over what - it's just another way to die out of the many ways that were already before us. If it took just one of us or takes a million or kills of the whole human race - what's the difference! We all die sooner or later - it's just a matter of when and how.
All this panic over what - it's just another way to die out of the many ways that were already before us. If it took just one of us or takes a million or kills of the whole human race - what's the difference! We all die sooner or later - it's just a matter of when and how.

Saturday, April 4, 2020


Zack is always spot on:

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All the best,


NOW They Want Us To Wear Masks!!!

NOW the CDC wants us all to wear masks to cover our noses and mouths to prevent the spread of COVID-19! This pisses me off bigtime!

What gets me is the arsehat politicians, bureaucrats and medical experts (medical personnel including many, many, many doctors) told us that wearing masks was only, I repeat only, a good idea for medical and first responder personnel. Those fuckers wanted the masks only for themselves (then many medical personnel were reported to be stealing them) and in their short sighted selfishness they often stated that if not for them no one would get medical attention thus the reason they needed them. While that may be true once a virus spread throughout the population, I say it was bullshit at the time they said they were the only ones who masks would help. Had the virus not spread as much as it did as rapidly as it did - then it would have been likely we would not have needed all of that medical attention in the first place. Wearing masks may well have prevented the spread - not so much that it would prevent you from catching it but that it would prevent those who had it from spreading it. In fact now they are actually demanding, in some places, that is that everyone wear one.
The thing is, and this has been known for years but practiced usually only by Asian cultures, that wearing a mask helps to prevent you from spreading an airborne contagion if you have it in your respiratory system. You talk, cough, sneeze and whatever comes out of you gets stuck in the mask you are wearing. So, had people been told to wear these all along, the infection rate likely would have been cut dramatically. Now - that it is all over the country and ravaging large urban areas where folks are crammed together (NYC population as of 2018 was estimated to be: 8,398,748 - source) they want everybody to wear them but its kind of late for that or I think. 

Anyway, where the heck are people supposed to get them? They are now saying use bandanas, paper towels, t-shirts - the next thing you know they will tell you to wear a plastic bag over your head. These fools really need to be booted out of power once this is under control and I mean as in a purge of at least 90% if not more of them. Yet, you can bet - once this is over they will be pounding their chests telling you what great things they did and between poundings they will be pointing their fingers trying to blame the other guy for screwing up. Sadly - we probably will accept it as status quo as we go back to work wearing the inevitable I Survived The Corona Virus 2020 or some other stupid shit. 

Stay healthy,
Glenn B