09:31 – We made a quick run down to Winston yesterday to pack up a bunch of stuff and haul some of it up. Among that was the last of the food–about 30 pounds of white sugar and three-count-’em three cans of baked beans–and three telescopes–our main 10″ Dob reflector, our 4.5″ widefield Dob reflector, and our 90mm refractor, along with eyepiece cases, binoculars, charts, and other accessories.
Perhaps the pushback is beginning: Armed protestors occupying national wildlife refuge building vow long stay Hey, if the progs and SJW’s can do it, why not normal people?
Speaking of normal people pushing back, it seems that normal Europeans have finally woken up to the invasion of moslem scum and started to do something about it. Even some of their political masters have begun to realize that their actions to date are nothing short of national suicide. I expect to see this pushback become increasingly violent as more and more normal Europeans begin to understand that their politicians have sold them out to an invading force of barbarians. It’s probably far too little and far too late, but at least Europe is beginning to recognize the threat.
National governments are the real threat, in Europe, here, and elsewhere. They’ve always been the threat, and will always be the threat.
13:20 – We just got back from a quick trip up to Galax, Virginia to visit the Lowe’s Home Improvement Center and the Walmart Super Center. Barbara picked up a ceiling fan for our upstairs den. It used to be the dining room, and the ceiling fixture was a light intended to be over the dining room table. We got a low-profile fan-only unit to replace it. We looked around the Walmart. The only things we bought were a couple boxes of dog treats, some snap caps to cover open food cans, six jars of Bertolli alfredo sauce, two 28-ounce cans of Keystone chicken, and one 28-ounce can of Keystone beef. Barbara is making a chicken alfredo pasta skillet dinner tonight.