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Sunday, April 29, 2012

The weekend

For most this is the last day of their weekend. It's is my first workday. So before I leave I will set the guards around the homestead, to keep a watchful eye. Ya'll be safe today.

I feel safer now....don't you?

From Richmond

I see Kyle Busch takes a 4th race at Richmond last night. Breaking a tie with "the King" Richard Petty, 1971 to 1973. Kyle beat out Stewart and and Edwards. Sneaking past Edwards after a pit on a Yellow. Congratulations to Kyle Busch and the Joe Gibbs racing team, it's been a dry spell for you.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

It's range day, still early yet and I need to decide what I want to take with me. Any help from the peanut gallery?

Ya'll have a safe day

Friday, April 27, 2012

from the AP

WASHINGTON — A House Committee is preparing a contempt citation against Attorney General Eric Holder in a dispute over access to documents from a flawed gun-tracking operation.
An official of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee said a final decision on issuing the citation has not been made. The official, who was not authorized to be quoted by name, said the citation could be avoided if the Justice Department changes its stand and produces documents sought by the committee.
The committee has subpoenaed nearly two dozen categories of documents on the Fast and Furious operation, but no documents have been produced from a dozen of those categories.
In Fast and Furious, U.S. agents hoping to track weapons allowed hundreds of guns to flow from U.S. gun shops in Arizona into Mexico.

Contempt wouldn't be the only charge I'd prepare for Mr Holder. Reckless endangerment might be another.

Sunny sunny sunny day

Woke up to clear skies this morning and the day off.   What to do?  Got some outdoor projects planned, which also includes girl watching. Then of course I can do that indoors also. Besides the weekly yard work I have a gun project I have been wanting to get going on, Start on my first surplus weapon. One I picked up last week at the gun-show. If all goes well I'll be at the range later today. If not there's always tomorrow.

Then I can leave here with out posting a couple of gun toting honeys

Remember shoot and drink responsibily

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Back and running

My internet explorer stopped supporting the Blogger Program. I have fucked with it all afternoon and I t appears to be back and running. So this post is just a test

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Monday, April 23, 2012

More honeys

My friend sent me a text, said hey how about us guys with Bikes? I replied what about you?  You already got all the women.  So not to ruin my relationship with them.

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Is your computer safe?

Follow the provided link it onlyy takes a few seconds to run.

What would a week be like

if I didn't share some Lovelies with my friends

 Just because I drove a Jeep set up that way, Okay not with that hood ornament.
 They don't always have to have a gun in the photo
Just because this one makes my blood pressure spike

More trial and tribulations for NUGE

Uncle Ted you might want to slim down your profile a bit bro.  Since my high School days in northern Ohio I have been a big fan, your starting to make me nervous.  I too have had issues with Fish and Game officials. I know they are tough to shake. They as a Government agency will spend more to proscute a individual than the fine will be.  Ted tone it down a notch

Brandi Fowler, eonline
13 hours ago

It appears Ted Nugent didn't learn his lesson (and we're not talking his comments about the Obama administration ).
A couple of years after the rocker and wildlife hunter came under fire for killing a baby buck on his Outdoor Channel reality show, Nugent is in hot water again for yet another animal-slaying incident.
MORE: Ted Nugent Off the Hook in Secret Service Probe Over Obama Remarks
The Spirit of the Wild host just agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeastern Alaska during a hunting trip, an offense that could lead to a $10,000 fine, according to the LA Times .
Nugent reportedly committed the offense while filming an episode of his show back in May 2009 on Alaska's Sukkwan Island, when he fired an arrow that wounded a bear, which scampered off alive.
The 63-year-old "Cat Scratch Fever" singer "failed to locate and harvest the wounded black bear," according to court documents filed Friday, and a few days later he shot and killed another black bear and transported it off the island.
And that's when the trouble began.
Since Nugent had already wounded one bear, it was illegal for him to kill the second animal under Alaskan hunting regulations.
So, could Nugent be facing jail time as well?
MORE: Ted Nugent Compares Self to "Black Jew at a Nazi Rally" After Being Targeted by Secret Service
Not quite.
Although the count of transporting an illegally hunted bear does have a penalty of up to a year in prison along with a $100,000 fine, prosecutors are recommending Nugent pay a $10,000 fine, receive two years of probation, and be banned from hunting and fishing in Alaska and on any U.S. Forest Service lands for one year.
Nugent will also be made to create a 30- to 60-second public service announcement that will air every other week on his show about responsible hunting practices.
While the outspoken Nugent has yet to speak out about the plea agreement or charge, his attorney, Wayne Anthony Ross, told the Anchorage Daily News the Alaskan law was "crazy."
"They've got apparently some crazy law in Southeast that says if you even touch an animal with an arrow, it becomes your animal," Ross said Friday. "He looked to see if he had hit it and didn't believe that he'd hit it fatally."
MORE: Ted Nugent's Love Child
However, this isn't the first time Nugent has disobeyed "some crazy law" regarding hunting.
In 2010, Nugent pleaded no contest to killing a deer on his reality show using illegal hunting tactics.
"To my Fellow Outdoorsmen...You may have read the news that I pled no contest to two misdemeanor game violations. I should have been better informed, more aware and I take full responsibility," he wrote on his website regarding the incident. "The honorable hunting lifestyle is my deepest passion."
We wonder what he'll have to say this time.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Doomsday are you worried?

No I am not, however I may one Gunowner that is not.   I was told a long time ago don't worry about shit till you step in it.  IMHO I think "prepping" has done more to boost gun sales and inflated ammo prices than politicians, or the fear of politicians.  The ladder being a prepping cause.  Today while waiting out side the Gunshow for my friend I watch the line grow prior to the opening bell. The masses lined up along a street and waited patiently for the door to open and pay their addmisson.   Dreaming of quanities and special bargins bounced thru there heads as they waited. Their trades in boxes and slung over their shoulders they marched in.   tom showed up about when half the line got thru. So we joined them and finally reached the door to pay.  Carts and buggies of all types clog the aisles as buyers barter the best prices.  I want to know what is it that makes these gunshows so successful? What drives people to wait in line like they were giving free Bruce Springsteen tickets away.  Tell me what you think.

Sorry my phone camera sucks

Friday, April 20, 2012

Chaos in Columbia

Lets leave it at ours boys in the dark Oakleys may have not shown their skills in keeping things to a purrrr. Then after seeing the escort in question, I unerstand they're just American males.  She is a bit of a looker


From the Eonline.  I see Ted Nugent the outspoken Rocker has been cleared by the Secret Service after his interview with them.   Really? I personally think the Secret Service should keep a low profile for a bit.  You know seen but not heard from. Besides the chaos in Columbia, there has been a few other incidences in the past 4 years with them. Including traffic fatalities.  They want to investigate someone who is using the freedom of speech rights. Why wouldn't he not be cleared. Ted Nugent, I might not always agree with you but I respect you and glad your on ourside.  With that in mine Ted, Really? Romney come on! Have you been away from Michigan that long? Romney is not in touch with the voters, he in touch with the money.

Story from Alexis L. Lonis eon
Ted Nugent is in the clear.
The Secret Service has closed its investigation of the hothouse musician after he spewed a hail of alarming remarks aimed at Barack Obama that raised security concerns for the president and about Nugent, according to reports.
The rocker met with agents Thursday in Oklahoma, following comments he made at a National Rifle Association convention last weekend in which he enlisted attendees to rally against Obama's camp and "chop their heads off" and ranted that he will "either be dead or in jail" if the president is reelected.
MORE: Ted Nugent Compares Self to "Black Jew at a Nazi Rally" After Being Targeted by Secret Service
"The issue has been resolved," a Secret Service spokesman said in a statement. "The Secret Service does not anticipate any further action."
Nugent, who described himself as a "black Jew at a Nazi-Klan rally" in the wake of the backlash, wrote on his website yesterday: "I met with two fine, professional Secret Service agents in OK today. Good, solid, professional meeting concluding that I have never made any threats of violence towards anyone."
He also added that "the meeting could not have gone better. I thanked them for their service, we shook hands and went about our business. Godbless the good federal agents wherever they may be."
MORE: President Obama Says Kanye West Still a "Jackass," Likes Jay-Z Better
The 63-year-old "Cat Scratch Fever" singer also maintained that he meant no malice or violence when he unleashed the controversial remarks, and that they were intended to be metaphorical.
"By no stretch of the imagination did I threaten anyone's life, or hint at violence or mayhem," he wrote. "Metaphors needn't be explained to educated people."
Nugent has endorsed Mitt Romney for president, but infuriated Democrats have now called on the presumptive Republican presidential nominee to distance himself from the firebrand rocker.

Weekend has started

 Gun Show this weekend in Chantilly Virginia.  May have to go take in the sights.

I am sure there will be plenty to look at and I could use a new revolver.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Weekend Warriors

Shaner had posted these and some of the otheres here. I really like these.  Just right for us weekend warriors

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Friday, April 13, 2012

Monday, April 2, 2012

Remember kids don't try this at home

It's April and almost Derby Time

Little warm up, story from AP

NEW ORLEANS - Gennadi Dorochenko purchased Hero of Order for $3,000. The horse is now worth a whole lot more to his Russian owner and trainer after making history on Sunday at the Fair Grounds.
Hero of Order, which went off at odds of 109-1, took the $1 million Grade 2 Louisiana Derby, holding off pre-race favorite Mark Valeski down the stretch to become the longest shot ever to win the race. He also was the longest shot in the 13-horse field.
Previously, no horse with odds of 99-1 or higher had finished better than third.
"This horse I bought ... I break him, train him, everything,'' said Dorochenko, who spoke in a halting, Russian accent and talked in between sips of champagne. "I buy not expensive horses but I make these horses rich, expensive horses. Show me one genius here in America who buys a horse for $3,000 who wins $1 million race.''
Hero of Order took the lead midway through the far turn, stayed near the rail and held off Mark Valeski by half-a-length, running the 1 1/8 miles in 1:50.13 on a fast track. Rousing Sermon finished third, a nose ahead of Cigar Street, considered Mark Valeski's biggest challenger entering the race.
Hero of Order paid $220.80, $79.20 and $25.40.
Mark Valeski appeared on the verge of catching Hero of Order midway through the stretch. But jockey Rosie Napravnik, who won the 2011 Louisiana Derby aboard Pants On Fire, could not coax her horse to make up that final ground.
"We came around Cigar Street, and it looked like he got him put away easy enough and needless to say, that's who we thought we had to worry about,'' Mark Valeski trainer Larry Jones said. "We've been running against (Hero of Order) all meet, and I guess it was his turn.''
Hero of Order finished fourth in the Risen Star Stakes, the major prep race for the Louisiana Derby, and well behind Mark Valeski, which lost by a nose to El Padrino.
"We all doubted him every time he's run a little bit, but he's run well every time,'' Napravnik said of Hero of Order. "He's run the numbers that are good enough to compete, so it does and it doesn't surprise me.''
New Orleans native Eddie Martin Jr. was aboard Hero of Order, winning the Louisiana Derby for the first time.
"The horse showed good speed and put me in the race right away,'' Martin Jr. said. "My strategy was just go. I knew he was fit but I didn't know how good he was going to be against this sort of competition. . I guess you could say it's a fluke but the horse is really a legit horse. He proved he was deserving of the race.''
It was Hero of Order's second career victory in 14 starts. He earned $600,000, more than enough to qualify for the Kentucky Derby.
Dorochenko, 53, said he never had attended the Kentucky Derby and was non-committal about his future plans. He said he came to America in 1993 and began training horses in 1997.
"We'll see how he's feeling,'' he said. "I'll tell you one thing. I'll not be afraid to run in the Kentucky Derby or something. We'll see who's the best.''
Mark Valeski paid $3.40 and $2.80, while Rousing Sermon paid $4.00 to show.
Last year, the second- and third-place finishers at the Louisiana Derby - Nehro and Mucho Macho Now - finished in the exact same order at the Kentucky Derby.
"I'm disappointed we didn't win because I thought we were going to be the best horse, but we ran a good race,'' Napravnik said of Mark Valeski. "He's still a very nice race horse.''
The Louisiana Derby was one of three graded stakes races on Sunday's card. Nates Mineshaft ($20.80) blew away the field in the Grade II New Orleans Handicap for horses four years and older, winning by 7 1/4 lengths in a track record time of 1:47.64. Casino Host ($23.80) took the Grade II Mervin H. Muniz Jr. Memorial Handicap on turf for horses four years and up.