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Nov 21 at 11:51am
Posted a blog ... Canooklian troublez


Nov 20 at 7:29am
Posted a blog ... Say it ain't so?


Nov 19 at 9:31pm
Posted a blog ... Bad News


Nov 16 at 10:51pm
Posted a blog ... The world has gone mad


Nov 2 at 9:47pm
Posted a blog ... All is fair...

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Nov 24 at 1:13am
“The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.” ... William Blake


Have a Blessed and Happy thanksgiving


Oct 29 at 3:49am
Satan's trains through raging infernos, and Cracks in the Beach rocks down to hell,

Ghost trains in your mind that are bound to Nowhere, and bridge lights appearing from where no one can tell,All Hallows Eve, lost souls fly through the night

Like Zombies as the drivers of those trains of death's fright.

May you truly enjoy each fright in the night,

It's Halloween, and that's when what's scary is right


Oct 25 at 3:27am
New Crime fighting Techniques:

How they now catch pimps & robbers in a car chase in Tennessee:

turn on the flasher lights as required by law,

but instead of turning on your sirens, you play the national anthem,.... the perp takes a knee; and you got him!


Sep 4 at 4:59am
Happy Labor Day,

Today we Honor Labor:, not the Unions and their political cronies, but we Honor the Laborers themselves and their labor. The laborers who prepare, and who serve; the laborers who build, and who repair; the laborers who clean, the laborers who plant, and harvest and glean; the laborers who made real, and made working, all the clever inventions that America's thinkers and tinkerers have devised. Without them, we'd all be doing it ourselves as if it were still paleolithic 12,500-BC.

Happy Labor Day


Sep 2 at 5:17am
good Morning from the Belly of the Liberal Beast


Jul 4 at 5:53am
"We mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor”

To the signers of the Declaration of Independence, their lives were not sacred. Their fortunes were not sacred. They appear to have fully realized that the only thing likely to endure an armed rebellion, if it came to that, would be the ideas, beliefs and faith that formed the philosophical heart of what we today call liberty.

Remember that reality. Remember those who strive to stifle our Liberty must themselves be stymied from their blatant schemes .

When men must defend their own Liberty, remember Lexington and Concord and all since, whether fighting with guns or pens and votes - - - what was begun 240 years ago is still alive and needs us all

For all the signers, the one thing that was sacred was their honor. That was the gift they hoped to leave for future generations. There is no honor in taking from others or in subjecting others to pain, suffering and tyranny. Honorable men have the ability to see tyranny and the backbone to stand against it, though all they own may be taken from them as they fight by whatever means necessary to ensure liberty for themselves and their fellow citizens. There is no more honorable pursuit than the cause of liberty for the common good. This is what I think of on Independence Day.

Happy Declaration of Independence Day

The fight only began in 1776

"for not one of us will ever be free until we are all free." Audre Lorde


Jun 29 at 12:26am
Thank you, Bob, for that wish

Another year old and what do I get... well, at least I'm still alive to find out :))




Jun 11 at 7:39pm
how long do we have until his name is also attacked? including the National Cathedrals Stained glass panel of his fame? - - - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonewall_Jackson