30 April 2007

The Realities Of Terrorism

(found over at The Rott)

The next time someone tries to feed you that line of shit about "If we just be nice to the terrorists, they'll leave us alone", or starts bad mouthing our Heroes in The Armed Forces, saying they aren't worth a damn, baby killers, criminals, murderers or any of that other liberal hippie Dhimm Cong bullshit, just send them to this link...

To quote Emperor Misha I...

NEVER forgive!
NEVER forget!


Wikipedia - POV in progress

I'm proud of Wikipedia. I'm an active contributor to the website. I edit vandalism, and moderate the deletion of articles and categories. In their phrasing, I'm "deletionist." Sort of the same terminology that the political world uses for "capitalist." I've decided to try a little experiment on Wikipedia just to see how "neutral-point-of-view" it really is.

I dug through the political peat of Wikipedia and found - lo and behold - a user category of sorts. Wikipedians, as part of a system of categorization, entered themselves in certain sets of categories to distinguished their encyclopedic preferences - that is, stances on interests, politics, projects, etc.. I found a category that said, in plain terms, "Wikipedians who are skeptical of anthropogenic global warming." To those who don't speak PC, it's the sane people left in this world who believe that global warming isn't actually manmade.

As a deletion moderator, my job is to remove categories that are redundant, all-inclusive, ad-hominem, or unencyclopedic. The AFD debate consists of a nominator's rationale. From that point on, people join the discussion establishing consensus as to whether or not it should be deleted, kept, merged, etc.. A debate is not determined by majority vote (though some people still do vote, as history has proved in the past that a head count can swing a debate no matter what). So, as a Freudian experiment, I put it up for deletion.

Here is the debate in a nutshell as of April 30, 2007, 4:51 PM EST.


This is clearly a NOT (all-inclusive) category, which is prohibited by precedence based on previous user categories. Why deny fact, anyway?

  • Delete as nominator.--WaltCip 04:02, 29 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Delete of course. YechielMan 17:32, 29 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Delete, category does not help encyclopedia building. VegaDark 19:01, 29 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Delete a "not" category. Not useful. 00:12, 30 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Delete as "not" category. Although "Fact" is not proven - a strong correlation, yes - and skeptic does not mean deny. Barfbagger 17:38, 30 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Keep. I'm not sure what a NOT category is, but "denying fact" is simply not what this category is (see the non-trivial list at Scientists opposing the mainstream scientific assessment of global warming). It's also worth noting that skepticism and denial are not the same. If we allow Category:Global warming skeptics to list notable people who are skeptical, why not allow an analogous category for users? This category is easily encyclopedic as there are many articles that the skeptics could collaborate on (the one listed above, and the pages of leading skeptics like Khabibullo Ismailovich Abdusamatov). Also, I've used this category to get help in talks/discussions trying to keep Global Warming and related articles non-POV, because the skeptics tend to get railroaded in those discussions. Oren0 20:16, 30 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Please do not use Wikilawyering and WP:ILIKEIT to foster your arguments.--WaltCip 20:51, 30 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Delete per Oren0's reasons. It seems to be used as a tool for POV-pushing. --Stephan Schulz 20:38, 30 April 2007 (UTC)

Note canvassing by OrenO, BTW [1] and [2] William M. Connolley 20:35, 30 April 2007 (UTC)

Hmm. Is Wikipedia really that "neutral-point-of-view"? Is this exercise in deletion merely business as usual, or is it a chance to squash the "nonbelievers"?

I'll keep this updated. I'm liking it every minute.

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29 April 2007

State of the U.S. and Burackobamamania

Many thanks to the HM admins, who stopped a potential political wildfire on the forum. I go to HM to communicate with my family, not start a war. But I was about to make what I thought was a well-structured reply, so I'll post it here on the blog.

JMO sez, in reply to my statement about somebody's ideas [about Obama being a good presidential candidate] being - IMO - the wrong side:
What are you even implying by saying that?
I am implying nothing more than stating that my opinion differs from his (and yours, apparently). Is it a crime to state my mind? I'm neither Democrat, nor Communist, Socialist, Marxist, big-governmentist, so I think that I have a reason to believe that I have concerns about someone's political preference.

Then a side-by from Sharp:
JMo about obama and the link you sent... How many presidents have promised LESS than what he promises and could not do what they promised because of the budgets, senate, and other legal "stuff"? Do you really think he will be able to do half of what he promises during his 2 maybe even 1 term in office?
It can't be proven. No one can prove it, because in the past 30 years, no President has been able to fully stand by their policies and represent the "views of the people" since FDR. In an era of instability and ineducation, politicians seek power, and they obtain that power by appealing to the lowest common denominator. Majority vote worked back in the days when the community was concentrated between thirteen states. Now, it's like putting on a one-size-fits-all T-shirt. It really doesn't quite fit everyone.

Now it pains me to say this, but to ensure surefire security for the United States, we either have to steer towards two directions. One is a communism, and the other is a libertarianism. Under communism, the government has absolute power and the people have no power. Under libertarianism, a government has no power (apart from the necessary judicial system and sales tax, among other things) and the people have individual rights. The candidates we are experiencing right now are neither communist nor libertarian. The electoral process has become a media circus.

JMo, I sincerely apologize for attempting to continue the discussion on my home turf. However, I felt that the comments that you and Sharp made required rebuttal. Feel free to post a response here on the blog.

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28 April 2007

Pounds For People

There are certain groups of people that I wish we could just round up like stray cats (i.e. hippies, the dhim-cong, PETA...) and put into pounds and have responsible people who will teach them proper manners, how to sit and shake hands and how to act when out in public...

Then if they aren't adopted in X amount of time we can just put them down...

Make your own KFC sign at KentuckyFriedCruelty.com

26 April 2007

Happy Birthday!!

The official blog of Camp FORGER is one year old today!!!

Drinks are on the house, smoke 'em if ya got 'em!!!

24 April 2007

Fat Lesbian Vampire Moonbat VS. Tree-Hugging Hippy Moonbat

Want something to put you off your feed for a couple of days??? Try this visual...

(From Boortz.com...)


...Sheryl Crow has developed her own solution to global warming. We should all limit ourselves to one square of toilet paper for each visit to the pond ... three, if things turn particularly nasty. Yesterday Rosie O'Donnell responded to to Sheryl's absurd suggestion with just five words .. five well-chosen words.

"Have you seen my ass?"

It's too early in the day for this kind of mental poison...

Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go bleach my brain...

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23 April 2007

I Gotta Get a Grant V

From the place where you might least expect it, FOX News...

It's convenient and widely available but a growing group of researchers warn that WiFi may be hazardous to your health.

William Stewart, the head of Britain's Health Protection Agency, is worried that wireless Internet access may pose a health threat — particularly to children — and is privately calling for a study of the hazards of WiFi, the Independent reports.

Click here to read the full Independent report.

Researchers believe that the electromagnetic radiation emitted by the phones, cell-phone towers and WiFi masts are contributing to an "electric smog" that could pose a future health risk.

The researchers say this smog of electromagnetic radiation is 1 billion times stronger than the natural fields in which living cells have developed over the last 3.8 billion years. Children may be more vulnerable as their skulls are thinner and their nervous systems are still developing, not to mention that they'll be exposed to more radiation over their lifetime.

The Austrian Medical Association is just one group that wants to keep WiFi out of the classroom, the Independent reports.

The head of environmental health and medicine in the province of Salzburg calls WiFi "dangerous" to sensitive people. "The number of people and the danger are both growing," Dr. Gerd Oberfeld said.

The World Health Organization says that three out of every 100 people are "electrosensitive," the paper reports.

In Britain, a lawmaker from the wireless city of Norwich is calling for an official inquiry into WiFi's risks and the nation's Professional Association of Teachers is lobbying Britain's education secretary for one, as well.

"I am concerned that so many wireless networks are being installed in schools and colleges without any understanding of the possible long-term consequences," said Philip Parkin, the association's general secretary. "The proliferation of wireless networks could be having serious implications for the health of some staff and pupils without the cause being recognized."

And how dangerous is this cloud of "evil electromagnetic radiation"?

Put it this way: have you ever heard of anyone "dying by Internet" or "dying by cellphone"?

Didn't think so.

I still shudder to think about what kind of cooked brain with a government title would pay money towards this, as Joe Scarborough calls it, "capital offense."


22 April 2007

Missing Man

According to Fox News, Blue Angel 6, a SINGLE seat F/A-18, went down yesterday, killing LCDR Kevin J. Davis, United States Navy, Opposing Solo.

The Navy has yet to release the name, but between Fox reporting it as Blue Angel 6 and the Blue Angel website, I came up with the info on the Naval Aviator involved….

From his Bio on The Blue Angels website…

Lieutenant Commander Kevin Davis is a native of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and graduated from Reading Memorial High School in 1992 where he played football and was active with the Civil Air Patrol. He attended Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Science with honors in 1996.

Kevin reported to Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Florida, for Officer Candidate School and aviation indoctrination in September 1996. He completed primary flight training at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, and transferred to NAS Meridian, Mississippi, for intermediate and advanced flight training. While there, he flew the T-2C Buckeye and TA-4J Skyhawk, and received his wings of gold in June 1999.

Kevin reported to Fighter Squadron 101 (VF-101) at NAS Oceana, Virginia, for training in the F-14 Tomcat and was the “Top Stick” in his class. In July 2000 he reported to the VF-11 “Red Rippers” where he completed deployments aboard the aircraft carriers USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) and USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67). While with the “Red Rippers,” Kevin served as the airframes/corrosion branch officer, air-to-ground training officer and head landing signals officer. His deployments included extended operations in the North Arabian Sea and Arabian Gulf in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

In July 2003, Kevin transitioned to the F/A-18 Hornet through Strike Fighter Squadron 125 (VFA-125) at NAS Lemoore, California, and then reported to the Fighter Composite Squadron (VFC-12) “Omars,” stationed at NAS Oceana, Virginia. While at VFC-12, Kevin served as a Navy adversary pilot providing valuable air-to-air training for fleet squadrons. In December of 2004, Kevin graduated from the United States Navy Fighter Weapons School (TOPGUN) as an adversary pilot. During his tour at VFC-12, Kevin worked as the schedules officer, legal officer, FRS/SFARP officer and assistant operations officer.

Kevin joined the Blue Angels in September 2005. He has accumulated more than 2,500 flight hours and 200 carrier arrested landings. His decorations include the Air Medal, two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, and various personal and unit awards.

This is truly sad news, as I am a military aviation nut and Navy Brat, my thoughts go out to his family…

I remember a few years ago I was driving up I-55 when I saw a Naval Aviator in a F/A-18 Super Hornet (the Super Hornet has square intakes) was doing familiarization touch and goes at the local airfield here in Cape Girardeau, MO. When he noticed I had pulled over in a vacant lot to watch and get a “Sound Of Freedom” adrenaline rush (FUCK them hippies and their Noise Pollution bullshit!!), he did a couple of barrel rolls and loops and on his last REALLY low pass, right over my head, he banked to port and waved at me from the cockpit before he punched in the afterburners and punched a vertical hole in the sky, just for me…

My heart just about jumped outta my chest pounding with pride…

21 April 2007

My Computer Hell

I've started writing this exactly three minutes after my C: drive died on my main PC completely. I've lost about 50 GB of insanely important data, including - but not limited to - my documents, my installed programs, Microsoft Office, customized data for Steam, passwords, Internet cookies, downloaded MP3s, and what little confidence I had remaining in my stupid computer. All of these problems started with ONE. STUPID. FAN.

Let me give you the timeline.

  1. Fan slows down. Power supply shows signs of wear and tear. Dad comes in to fix computer. Brother notifies that he is going to stay for weekend. Dad suggests brother comes to help.
  2. Brother repairs problem, but fails to install CPU fan. Computer turns on. Motherboard and CPU destroys itself.
  3. New motherboard and CPU bought. Weeks pass.
  4. Motherboard and CPU arrive. Plugged into computer. Repair installation complete.
  6. Hard drive problems encountered. Brother pulls out hard drives, and breaks the 5-volt pin on the D: drive in the process, destroying it.
  7. Long, painful process of recovering the D: drive's quintessential data ensues. Data includes uninstallable old-school programs, songs, MP3s, Paint Shop Pro, Visual Studio, and other hard-to-find programs for which we have lost the CDs and floppy disks.
  8. D: drive data's recovered. Newer, faster, larger hard drive plugged into computer.
  9. Present Day: The C: drive has stopped working at the most inopportune time. It has completely stopped spinning and is considered irrecoverable.
Here's what pisses me off the most. After I nearly lost all of the data on my D: drive, that experience alone should have convinced me to back up my C: drive's data. The thought even rang in my mind a few times, considering that I could free up lots of space on my cramped C: drive and make my computer run faster. A defragmentation wouldn't have been out of the question either. Well, hopefully I'll be able to recover my C: drive. For a good $600. After all, I've only spent about 2 grand on replacing my entire computer.

Could've been worse, I suppose. My entire computer tower would have fallen from my desk.

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20 April 2007

Student Attempts To Mace Teacher, Instead Maces Fellow Student

(found at AoSHQ)

Just goes to show that if you're gonna carry mace, you should get proper training in it's use...

GARY, Ind., April 20 A Gary, Ind., high school freshman was arrested after she injured a student with a mace -- a spiked ball attached to a long wooden stick by a metal chain.

The 15-year-old girl, who was not identified, swung the weapon at a teacher but instead struck a fellow student who attempted to intervene, the Gary Post-Tribune reported Friday. The second student, a 19-year-old senior, suffered cuts on her hand.

"It's heavy, and it's metal, and it's sharp," Detective Sgt. Darlene Breitenstein said of the weapon. The girl, who is being held at the Lake County (Ind.) Juvenile Justice Center on battery charges, told police she brought the weapon to school because she was "tired of getting picked on." "I took the weapon to the detention center for the judge to see," Breitenstein said. Charmella Greer of the Gary Community School Corp. said the school system plans to take disciplinary action against the freshman. She said she did not know how the girl managed to smuggle the large weapon past school metal detectors.


19 April 2007

Man with gun vs. fourty men - Who should win?

The day after the Virginia Tech shootings, my English teacher brought up the event in casual conversation and mentioned school policy, stating "Remember that in the event of a gunman-type scenario, everybody needs to group up and huddle near that cabinet over there, away from sight." I brought up the point that the gunman could easily climb in through the window. "We'll lower the blinds so he can't see us," she said simply. I decided to also state that in this room there were thirty-five students, and one gunman. The students were outraged at my comparison. "Do you really expect us to overpower one man with a gun?" I was surprised that they didn't think twice at the thickness of their words.

Okay, Liberal Joe, let me make a comparison for you. Let's play pretend. Let's pretend that
the evil Dr. Turban has just entered the school premises. The alarm has just been raised. Now, this can play out either way. Allow me to demonstrate with the use of dramatic estimation, based on facts observed from other shootings, standoffs, and holdups, both in schools, banks, shopping centers, et cetera.

We'll use the "surrender" scenario first.

"FREEZE!" the gunman yells as he breaks down the locked door and points his 9mm firearm at the shaken students. "All students up against the wall!" Seeing no better alternative, the students comply, and stand at the wall, facing it. The teacher attempts to reach a phone to call 911. The phone is promptly shot out of his hands. "Try anything and you're a DEAD man," the crazed criminal growls. "You too, stand up against the wall." With all students defenseless, facing the wall, in fear of being shot, the gunman has the entire room secured. Everything is at his disposal. He didn't come in to steal money; if he wanted that, he would go to bank. He didn't want to hold anyone for ransom; the SWAT teams would be upon the building within minutes, and even if he made a reasonable trade-off, nothing would be stopping them from luring him out and capping him with a tranquilizer bullet. He came in for one reason, and that was to get revenge. Rage burning in his mind, he stood to the side of the students, raised his firearm, and opened fire. All 40 students in the room were murdered.
He managed to get a hold of 13 more casualties before the authorities finally arrived.
Gruesome, isn't it? 53 deaths... that could be labeled as the "most deadly mass shooting in U.S. history." Just shows you, anything is possible. Now let me show the alternative scenario.

"FREEZE!" the gunman yells as he breaks down the locked door and points his 9mm firearm at the shaken students. "All students up against the wall!" However, the students do not comply. They stay seated, facing forward calmly. "I said get up against the wall, or all of you are-"
The teacher, not wasting a moment, produces a .45 revolver from his desk and holds it level in the direction of the lunatic. The gunman panics at the sight of the weapon. One student at the back suddenly jumps up and attacks the gunman, pushing him over onto the floor. He calls for the other students to get a hold of him and pin him down. The weapon is immediately removed from the madman's hands.
Possible casualties? 4, tops. This is if the gunman decided to go ape and shoot as many people as he could before the students would be able to get him down. Seems miniscule compared to the previous scenario, doesn't it? It is.
Perhaps I'm wrong. Maybe everybody would have walked out alive from the school. But how willing are we to take this chance? If a man breaks into the room with a nine in his hand, though, I won't be the one who cowers near the cabinet. That's all.

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Music To Pole Dance By - I Hate Everything About You

This one goes out to all the sacks of shit who have climbed up on the still bleeding, warm corpses at VA Tech to bleat about needing more gun control laws that would disarm those of us who obey the laws regarding firearms and make us victims like the 32 folks killed Monday, instead of allowing us to be able to protect ourselves and stop fucking deranged gomers like Cho Slope Hed from racking up obscenely high body counts....

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17 April 2007

Gun Grabbers Already Crawling Like Maggots on the Corpses of Their Victims

(With apologies to Emperor Misha I over at The Rott for thieving off with his title, but this was too good to not share...)

The fucking gun fearing pussies didn't even wait for the goddamn bodies to get cold and the next of kin to be notified before they came crawling outta their fucking festering cess pits of socialism and start screaming for more unconstitutional gun control laws.

What fucking part of "Shall Not Be Infringed" do you fuckwits not understand??? The Second Amendment was written in plain language, so maybe the problem is you fucktards no speekee engrish velly well??

Part of it is to guarantee our right to protect ourselves from fucking animals like this unhinged gomer, but also to protect ourselves from wanna be royality, drunk with power, who want to put a boot on our necks and disarm us in order to secure their positions as our supposed betters and masters, and know they can't do that if we can shoot back...

Just ask King George III how well that shit worked out for him when he tried to disarm us a couple hundred years ago and we told him "FUCK OFF!!" and we kicked his country's ass to the curb and formed the greatest country on the face of this rock...

Then ask Israel what happened when Hitler disarmed the Jews and then marched 6 million folks to the death camps because they couldn't fight back...

Then ask yourself which situation you'd rather find yourself in....

Misha Sez:
I must protest any suggestions that the students died due to cowardice. Yes, I know that it isn’t what anybody is saying or means to say, but it needs to be made absolutely clear.

It is true that standing by idly, unarmed or not, while a madman assaults you with a weapon is the single most suicidal thing that you can do. By charging him you at least have a chance of surviving and, even if you don’t survive, your charge and death will create a diversion for others to follow up on.

Attack into the ambush!

But we must not forget that those young people only behaved like we, as a society, have taught them to behave.

Society has taught them that “aggression is baaaaaad” and that “violence never solved anything” and we, you and I, are society too. We failed them by letting others do violence to their psyches, we failed them by not protesting loudly enough, we failed them by not attacking into the ambush of liberalism, pacifism and passivity in the face of danger. And when we did attack, we failed them by not pressing the charge hard enough.

It’s the hard, harsh, painful truth, and I’m typing this through tears because I failed them too.

They were what we had let them become, they had only the tools that they’d been given, tools that proved as useless as they were lethal to them.

Not because we didn’t do anything to crush those who pussified our youth, we’ve all done something, there is no doubt about that, but because we didn’t do enough.

We’ve all done what we felt we could do, yet the enemy still controls the high ground. They still poison the minds of our youth with shibboleths of passivity in the face of danger, pacifism in the face of war and their rules and regulations still prohibit the proper and responsible use of self-defense.

We’ve done what we felt we could do, yet we can all see that it wasn’t enough.

We must draw a line in the sand. Not for ourselves, but for the future of our nation, for the benefit of future generations that have been emasculated before our very eyes.

No further. Not another inch. This is the hill we fight and, if needs be, die on. The enemies of all that is good and right in this world will not get away with it anymore.

We will no longer tolerate watching our youth be turned into sheep ready for the slaughter.

We will no longer tolerate un-Constitutional laws that condemn our children to death at the hands of madmen.

We will no longer tolerate “teachers” teaching our kids to sit idly by while they’re being attacked.

We will no longer give an inch in the battle for their minds and souls.

We will no longer tolerate enemies of the Constitution perverting and dishonoring that sacred document, a document that is the very essence of our nation, the soul of our country that better men than we can ever hope to be fought, bled and died for, the document that many of us swore a sacred oath to defend to the last full measure against ALL enemies, foreign AND domestic.

We will no longer tolerate any of this.

The students at VT didn’t fail each other, they didn’t fail themselves.

We failed them.

No more of that. It ends here.

I like this hill, the view is nice, the cause is just, and it’s a good one to die on. Care to join me?

And my reply...

Move over, for this cause, any day is a good day to die.


Two's Company...

Hiya, folks.

I want to give my utmost thanks to Mominuteman (aka Forger) who gave me the wonderful opportunity to become a contributor to this blog. As a fully working crew member of Camp Forger Headquarters, I pledge to maintain a safe, clean atmosphere for all readers, and assure that no feelings shall be harmed, and no topic I bring up will damage anyone's sensibilities.

Pshyeah, right. This is Camp Forger's headquarters, not a tea party. Why spare people the truth. If I intended to keep this boat clean, harmless, and safe for all people, I would have been turned down in an instant. My position is to tell people:

A. What I know.
B. What they should know.
C. What the government doesn't want you to know.

And one thing the government doesn't want you to know is this (taken from Boortz.com):

This isn't one of those freaky BS coincidential "periodical global warming" charts, or a measure of the national debt, folks. This is hard facts, stuff that you should know. How many years do you think it'll be before the tax code tops 100,000 pages? If you haven't done so already, go to http://boortz.com, and thou shalt discover the truth there of what the government is doing to put you in a socialist vegetative state. The United States is officially the last remaining non-developing capitalist country in the world. And damn, it ain't going away without a terrible fight.

Again, my thanks to Mr. Forger. Enough of the cheesy opening comments. The world's gonna be rocked a little harder from now on.

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Center Fucking Mass

(Thanks to Gearhard over at The Rott)

Properly invoked invective is a beautiful thing, especially when it's used to smack a fucktard square between the eyes with a Clue By Four Of Doom...

33 Dead at Virginia Tech - UPDATED

April 16, 2007 at 8:59 pm · Filed under BullsEye, Gonzo's Bar & Go-Go Grill

Back In January, a bill died in the State legislature… well, you read it…

Gun bill gets shot down by panel
HB 1572, which would have allowed handguns on college campuses, died in subcommittee.

By Greg Esposito

A bill that would have given college students and employees the right to carry handguns on campus died with nary a shot being fired in the General Assembly.

House Bill 1572 didn’t get through the House Committee on Militia, Police and Public Safety. It died Monday in the subcommittee stage, the first of several hurdles bills must overcome before becoming laws.

The bill was proposed by Del. Todd Gilbert, R-Shenandoah County, on behalf of the Virginia Citizens Defense League. Gilbert was unavailable Monday and spokesman Gary Frink would not comment on the bill’s defeat other than to say the issue was dead for this General Assembly session.

Virginia Tech spokesman Larry Hincker was happy to hear the bill was defeated. “I’m sure the university community is appreciative of the General Assembly’s actions because this will help parents, students, faculty and visitors feel safe on our campus.”

Del. Dave Nutter, R-Christiansburg, would not comment Monday because he was not part of the subcommittee that discussed the bill.

Most universities in Virginia require students and employees, other than police, to check their guns with police or campus security upon entering campus. The legislation was designed to prohibit public universities from making “rules or regulations limiting or abridging the ability of a student who possesses a valid concealed handgun permit … from lawfully carrying a concealed handgun.”

The legislation allowed for exceptions for participants in athletic events, storage of guns in residence halls and military training programs.

Last spring a Virginia Tech student was disciplined for bringing a handgun to class, despite having a concealed handgun permit. Some gun owners questioned the university’s authority, while the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police came out against the presence of guns on campus.

In June, Tech’s governing board approved a violence prevention policy reiterating its ban on students or employees carrying guns and prohibiting visitors from bringing them into campus facilities.

I really don’t think I need to elaborate beyond my emphasis in the story, do I?

UPDATE: I guess I do.

I’m sorry - I guess I should make myself clear so I don’t get snark letters.

Yes, you gun-grabbing, libtard fucks, I blame you. I blame Sarah Brady and you you other weak-sister statist cockroaches who ought to be snuffed out so free people can live free. You bedwetting, sanctimonious, preening fuckweasels, as far as I am concerned, have blood on your hands and are culpable in these murders.

This is what happens, you mental defectives, when you disarm people and then fucking advertise it. It’s canned fucking hunting for the goblins out there.

One person armed. Two rounds of .45 ACP dead center body mass. And that would have ended it. And all your wailing, pissing and moaning, and doomsaying about “The Wild West” is bullshit. Every one of your precious fucking “Gun Free Cities” is a fucking cesspool of murder - and where people are allowed to carry guns, moreso when concealed, moreso when “Stand Your Ground” laws are in effect, the fucking murder rate drops to astonishingly low levels. Why? Think about it for a minute, Captain Obvious - would you go into some place and so much as pull out a stick if you thought a good chunk of people there might be armed and inclined to blow your ass to the Hell you so richly deserve to burn in?

Do you get it now, El Stupido? Do I have to break out the son-of-a-bitching crayolas for you, lump of fucking coal for brains?

People who get guns generally learn how to use them. We take courses. We build our skills. I know it’s hard to comprehend since blobs of quivering, useless, fucking protoplasm like yourselves tend to piss down your legs and collapse in heaps of moaning lard when junior goes “bang bang” with one of his blocks, but we learn to use our tools, so that Pray Jesus God we never have to use them - but if we have to, we can. Unlike you, you limp-wristed, puling gang of fucking pussies.

33 people dead. Because shit-for-brains candy-asses like you have decided it is too risky to allow people to defend themselves and be responsible for their own safety. I hope the wailing of their ghosts, and the crying of their loved ones haunt you for a long fucking time.

And there is not enough bleach in the world to wash the blood off your hands. You all make me fucking sick. Piss on the whole sorry and sanctimonious lot of you.

And as if I couldn’t get any more worked up and frothing at the mouth, I see on the news a bunch of mewling scared bunnies talking about how this underlines a need for a more serious dialog about gun control. Well, you have it half-right, you pustulant pantywastes; thing is what needs to be done to make it more serious is for you fucktards to cure your cranio-rectal inversion. I wonder if enough Swats of Gonz’s Patented Clue-By-Four O’Doom might serve to extricate your collective heads from your collective asses long enough for you to - for once - consider that you might be not only wrong, but that doing the same old thing over and over is more than fucking stupid as a sack of hammers, but counterproductive as well?

All your precious gun-grabbing laws did fuck all to keep guns out of the hands of this clown. You have a 2600 acre campus, and the on-site campus police were useless - FUCKING USELESS - in keeping this guy from butchering almost three dozen people. (And yet you butt-nuggets persist in the idiotic belief that an even more over-worked and thin spread police force in a city will insure your safety). In fact, all they did was insure that people who could otherwise legally carry guns - you know, the people who are inclined to obey the law, instead of ignore it and blow away 33 people - were helpless to protect anyone.

“But, there’s no evidence of that, Gonz…” No? NO, YOU PRATTLING IMBECILE?!?!?! Au contraire. I beg to differ. Excuse me whilst I channel Rush Limbaugh and post here what I have in my currently nicotine stained fingers. Ahem. From the Roanoake Times (Same place, amazing what you can find browsing a site.)

Unarmed and vulnerable

Bradford B. Wiles

Wiles, of New Castle, is a graduate student at Virginia Tech.

On Aug. 21 at about 9:20 a.m., my graduate-level class was evacuated from the Squires Student Center. We were interrupted in class and not informed of anything other than the following words: “You need to get out of the building.”

Upon exiting the classroom, we were met at the doors leading outside by two armor-clad policemen with fully automatic weapons, plus their side arms. Once outside, there were several more officers with either fully automatic rifles and pump shotguns, and policemen running down the street, pistols drawn.

It was at this time that I realized that I had no viable means of protecting myself.

Please realize that I am licensed to carry a concealed handgun in the commonwealth of Virginia, and do so on a regular basis. However, because I am a Virginia Tech student, I am prohibited from carrying at school because of Virginia Tech’s student policy, which makes possession of a handgun an expellable offense, but not a prosecutable crime.

I had entrusted my safety, and the safety of others to the police. In light of this, there are a few things I wish to point out.

First, I never want to have my safety fully in the hands of anyone else, including the police.

Second, I considered bringing my gun with me to campus, but did not due to the obvious risk of losing my graduate career, which is ridiculous because had I been shot and killed, there would have been no graduate career for me anyway.

Third, and most important, I am trained and able to carry a concealed handgun almost anywhere in Virginia and other states that have reciprocity with Virginia, but cannot carry where I spend more time than anywhere else because, somehow, I become a threat to others when I cross from the town of Blacksburg onto Virginia Tech’s campus.

Of all of the emotions and thoughts that were running through my head that morning, the most overwhelming one was of helplessness.

That feeling of helplessness has been difficult to reconcile because I knew I would have been safer with a proper means to defend myself.

I would also like to point out that when I mentioned to a professor that I would feel safer with my gun, this is what she said to me, “I would feel safer if you had your gun.”

The policy that forbids students who are legally licensed to carry in Virginia needs to be changed.

I am qualified and capable of carrying a concealed handgun and urge you to work with me to allow my most basic right of self-defense, and eliminate my entrusting my safety and the safety of my classmates to the government.

This incident makes it clear that it is time that Virginia Tech and the commonwealth of Virginia let me take responsibility for my safety.

But, if that’s not enough, look what Larry Hincker had to say a few days later. Yes, that Larry-fucking-Hincker. The same stupid motherfucker who was talking about how “safe” everyone would “feel.” And yes, that is stupid motherfucker as in your fellow gun-grabbing fascist cocksucker.

Imagine if students were armed

Larry Hincker

Hincker is the associate vice president for university relations at Virginia Tech.

Funny how “Virginia Tech” keeps popping up

After the fear, and dare I say, panic from the events of Aug. 21, it is absolutely mind-boggling to see the opinions of Bradford Wiles (”Unarmed and vulnerable,” Aug. 31).

Someone disagreeing with you, eh wot? Not something you’re used to in your echo-chamber ivory tower, is it?

I once worked for an out-of-touch manager who gave rather absurd directions. My colleagues and I would do as directed and dubbed it “malicious compliance,” knowing the task to be inane and the manager’s foibles would soon be apparent.

Which is why you’re now a drone in academia, parroting the bullshit party line. Now we know what the training to be a brain-dead liberal assmaggot is.

The editors of this page must have printed this commentary if for no other reason than malicious compliance. Surely, they scratched their heads saying, “I can’t believe he really wants to say that.”

I’m scratching my head wondering how anyone as fucking butt-stupid as yourself survived to adulthood, let alone made vice-president of so much as shit-shoveling. If I was your father, I’d have drowned you long ago.

Wiles tells us that he didn’t feel safe with the hundreds of highly trained officers armed with high powered rifles encircling the building and protecting him. He even implies that he needed his sidearm to protect himself against the officers.

They were really fucking effective Monday, weren’t they, teach? 33 instances of “Safe.” If that’s your idea of safe, fuckwidget, shove it up your ass.

On that fateful Monday, campus was understandably on edge. Elvis-type sightings of the escaped prisoner around campus were rampant. People were legitimately concerned about where he might be. And although the police were relatively confident they had the suspect cornered (they were ultimately proved right), the anxiety level elsewhere on campus was very high.

Panic calls from within the Squires Student Center quickly morphed from facts into rumors, including a frantic call alleging a hostage situation. The police had no choice but to move a massive force from the manhunt site to that side of campus to deal with the hostage rumor.

And this has WHAT do do with your point? Or do you just like to hear your “Hey, my ideas got 33 people FUCKING KILLED” brand of wisdom repeated out loud in your own dulcet tones? I’m sure you’re in love with yourself. I hope so, then at least someone would, because I’m sure the families of 33 dead people would like to see you in a gibbet with the crows pecking out the eyes from your decaying corpse. I know I would.

The writer would have us believe that a university campus, with tens of thousands of young people, is safer with everyone packing heat. Imagine the continual fear of students in that scenario. We’ve seen that fear here, and we don’t want to see it again.

How about inagining the fear of students sitting helpless like fish in a fucking barrel in a chained up building while someone blew their asses away thanks to your inane and fascist policies? How about that, Larry? Huh? No answer? Fuck you.

Who among us thinks the writer of the commentary would not have been directly in harm’s way if he showed himself to those tactical squads while displaying a deadly weapon? Would he even be here today to tell us the story? Contrary to his position, the writer’s commentary actually gives credence to the university policy preventing weapons in classrooms.

The writer of this, after putting the aforementioned two rounds of .45 ACP squarely center body mass, would probably do what I would do - set his weapon down, and sit away from it so he wouldn’t be a fucking accident. You’re projecting your stupidity, Larry.

Guns don’t belong in classrooms. They never will. Virginia Tech has a very sound policy preventing same.

Worked real well, didn’t it, you moronic baboon?

So, I am sick to death of the Sarah Brady crowd and their bleating about”Gun Control.” Gun control is about using two hands to steady your aim. Had anyone with a modicum of training been available, this would have ended a lot quicker and a lot less bloody.

So stop writing me dumb shit about how this would have been prevented with more “Gun Control.” We have thosands of useless gun control out there now. It never takes guns out of the hands of the people you are worried about, but only out of the hands of people who might do you some good.

33 People. Christ on a crutch. Totally preventable if you assbags would stop trying to castrate America - and American men especially. Take your gun control and stick it up your ass - sideways. Want my guns?

Come get them. You can have the bullets first, then if you are still above room temperature you are welcome to pry them out of my cold and stiff fingers. Think for a minute though, dumbass, that I and people like me might be a lot better at this violence thing than you sissies. Like Brad Wiles, I choose to be responsible for my own safety, since you fucks are worthless as is self evident.

And bring body bags.

Lots and lots of body bags.


15 April 2007

Music To Pole Dance By - Seventeen

The beauty of this is that 17 is the age of consent for females in Missouri... High School cheerleaders, here I come....


09 April 2007

Music To Pole Dance By - Blaze Of Glory

When this one came out, every girl wanted to dance to it...


08 April 2007

Highway To Hell

The Dante's Inferno Test has banished you to the Sixth Level of Hell - The City of Dis!
Here is how you matched up against all the levels:
Purgatory (Repenting Believers)Very Low
Level 1 - Limbo (Virtuous Non-Believers)Very Low
Level 2 (Lustful)Very High
Level 3 (Gluttonous)Extreme
Level 4 (Prodigal and Avaricious)Very High
Level 5 (Wrathful and Gloomy)Very High
Level 6 - The City of Dis (Heretics)Extreme
Level 7 (Violent)Extreme
Level 8- the Malebolge (Fraudulent, Malicious, Panderers)Very High
Level 9 - Cocytus (Treacherous)High

Take the Dante's Divine Comedy Inferno Test


I Gotta Get A Grant IV - The Return

(Stolen from RNS)

A 2006 study by Clemson University found that the average American walks about 900 miles per year.

Another study by the American Beer Institute found that American’s drink an average of 22 Gallons of beer per year.

That means, on average, Americans get 41 MPG.

Not bad!