Saturday, March 03, 2007

Can't top this one has the absolute best post on the "OMIGOD, he had a gazillion rounds of ammunition!" stories coming from California this week. For an extra laugh (or perhaps a sigh), you can check this list at Google News and compare the headlines from various locales.

My favorite? In Idaho, he'd be called "a likely gubernatorial candidate." Now there'd be a man I could vote for.

Things that make you go hm-m-m

I've seen the blog Smoke on the Water mentioned around the blogosphere for a long time, but never did I take the time to go visit. My loss--this guy is good. For example, read these two (first, second) posts on the Zumbo Affair, or more accurately, what should happen now that the Affair itself is over.

Off to the blogroll with him.

Get Right With Gaia!

(Via Capitalist Lion)

Brothers and Sisters, I have seen the florescent light! I have been washed clean in the bottled waters of carbon neutrality! Iowahawk says so! And it only cost me $159.35 via PayPal!

Hey, no one said salvation was cheap or easy.

So if you want to get right with Gaia, click on the banner below and get your PayPal creds out.

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

A very inconvenient truth

Just in case you missed it...

WorldNet Daily (among others) is reporting

But according to the Tennessee think tank, while the average American household consumed 10,656 kilowatt-hours last year, Gore devoured nearly 221,000 – more than 20 times the national average.

Oh yeah, and he used an average of $1080/month in natural gas. The total utility bill in Green Al's household--over $30,000 a year.

But hey, he's buying "carbon credits" (whatever those are) to make it up, so it's OK.


Hit this poll!

Fellow gunnies, I'm sure you will all have the correct answers to the Brady Bunch's 4 questions in this poll. Just be sure to shower afterwards to get rid of that slimy feeling.

And yes, I did give them a proper name and email address. Let's see if they care to keep in touch.

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Now this is interesting

Blackfive, the will known milblog, is running a series called "Preparedness Week". (This post is the latest in the series and it serves as a handy link to all that has come before.)

I can't believe I almost missed this. I have *got* to get out more.