Friday, 11 March 2016

10:47 – Barbara is off to the gym, library, and supermarket. I wouldn’t say she’s completely happy with the state of the house, but I think she’s satisfied with the progress we’ve made. Upstairs is relatively organized and uncluttered, as is the downstairs finished area and lab area. The garage needs more work, but we’re getting there.

Yesterday, we got another 50 pounds of bread flour transferred to empty one-gallon Costco water bottles. I need to get those labeled and moved downstairs today. Flour is a really cheap way to store calories, albeit not nutritionally complete calories. A 50-pound bag costs only $13 and contains about 85,000 calories, or about six person-weeks’ worth. Supplemented with eight pounds or so of dry beans, a liter of cooking oil, and half a pound of salt, that provides complete nutrition, albeit not particularly tasty nutrition. As our 90 year old neighbor Bonnie says about her own food stockpile of potatoes, beans, and other long-term staples, “I may not like the flavor much, but I won’t starve.”

I also started rinsing out 2-liter Coke bottles. We’ll fill those with well water treated with dilute bleach, so they will be safe to use for drinking and cooking. But their real purpose is for flushing the toilets if we have a mid- to long-term power outage. We’ll fill them to 1.9 liters in case they freeze. Three of those bottles, 5.7 liters, is sufficient for one flush, so 300 of them will suffice for about 100 flushes, which in an emergency would be sufficient to last a month or so, assuming we have two to four people staying here. And 300 bottles really doesn’t take up that much space/volume, assuming we stack them in out-of-the-way places.

I started reading Fuel, Book 1 in the Best Laid Plans series, last night. It has lots of jarring flaws, such as the protagonist checking a pistol to see if there’s “a chamber in the round”, but overall so far it seems a lot better than most self-published PA novels. Assuming it holds up, I’ll read the others in the series, all of which are available free with Kindle Unlimited.


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57 Responses to Friday, 11 March 2016

  1. Lynn says:

    @RBT, BTW on “Dark Grid”, do you know if you read the unedited or the edited version? The author mentions that he had the first book in the series edited when he published the second book. I doubt that would have changed the story line very much though.
    http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Grid-Book-ebook/dp/B006KLBXH2/

  2. Lynn says:

    “Let’s Talk About Hitler”
    http://blog.dilbert.com/post/140800778006/lets-talk-about-hitler

    “Can we agree that calling the candidate with German ancestry “Hitler” is racist? It sure feels that way to me. I’m about half German, same as Trump. And it feels like a racial insult to me.”

    “I’m not easily offended, but I don’t see any other way to interpret the incessant Hitler analogies directed at Trump. If he were female and Asian – with exactly the same policies – would we be comparing him to Hitler every five seconds?”

    “GOP Debate Scorecard – March 10 (Master Persuader Series)”
    http://blog.dilbert.com/post/140857419526/gop-debate-scorecard-march-10-master-persuader

    “The GOP candidates for president had a boring debate last night. My one-word summary is “capitulation.” Based on the energy on stage, it seems they stopped fighting. That means Trump can stroll to the nomination, assuming Florida goes as expected.”

    BTW, Rush mentioned a little while ago on his radio show that he thinks Bernie is going to take Illinois, Ohio, and Florida. If so, Hillary is in trouble despite her supers.

  3. OFD says:

    “If he were female and Asian – with exactly the same policies – would we be comparing him to Hitler every five seconds?”

    Hahaha. The only possible Asian equivalent for Hitler would be Mao, and the lefties and libturds and useful idiots adore Mao, who beat Hitler’s genocide numbers by orders of magnitude, but those, or the Lenin-Trotsky-Stalin slaughters never get mentioned in “polite society.” Das ist verboten. Or taught in our wunnerful publik skool gulag.

    “If so, Hillary is in trouble despite her supers.”

    I doubt it. The Demcrap hierarchy will find a way to beat Sanders as will their counterparts in regard to Trump. They’re all criminal scum anyway, who cares?

  4. Ray Thompson says:

    Rush mentioned a little while ago on his radio show that he thinks

    Rush thinks? Who would have thought.

    The Demcrap hierarchy will find a way to beat Sanders

    Super delegates, those individuals with votes that can override what the voting people wanted and instead get the democrats way.

    And this just in:

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/11/us/mississippi-escaped-murder-suspect-killed-hostages/index.html

    Saved the taxpayers a lot of money they did. Good for them. I like the part about the husband shooting the guy a few more times just to make certain of the outcome.

  5. OFD says:

    “I like the part about the husband shooting the guy a few more times just to make certain of the outcome.”

    What? That was terrible, just terrible. Couldn’t he have just shot the guy once in the leg or sumthin’ instead of blasting away like that??? We don’t need anymore of these wacko armed-to-the-teeth vigilantes killing people; that’s what we have the police for…oh wait….

  6. Ray Thompson says:

    What? That was terrible, just terrible.

    For a few seconds I thought you were off your rocker, meds failed, and it was time to commit you to a facility for the insane.

  7. OFD says:

    “…and it was time to commit you to a facility for the insane.”

    That time has long been and gone; it’s too late now! What meds? Only med I’m on is one tiny pill a day for “borderline” BP. Works good, too.

    We had us a couple of escapees up this way last year, from the max facility across the lake up at Dannemora, NY. They didn’t get very far, though, basically living on the run like animals and busting into summer cabins in the middle of nowhere. Still, it took an army of cops WEEKS to run them down.

  8. MrAtoz says:

    it was time to commit you to a facility for the insane.

    He has. It’s called the VA.

  9. Lynn says:

    “Ransomware Visits Backblaze”
    https://www.backblaze.com/blog/cryptowall-ransomware-recovery/

    Chilling, welcome to the future.

    This is why I backup our entire LAN to three different devices each day.

    I also backup our entire LAN to seven rotating external hard drives, each once every seven weeks, so that we can rollback up to six weeks if needful.

    And our google based email does not allow EXE files inside attached ZIP files.

  10. MrAtoz says:

    Where is the FBI, CIA, NSA, etc on finding these ransomware douches and Obola droning them? I guess citizens really are last in this country.

  11. Lynn says:

    Where is the FBI, CIA, NSA, etc on finding these ransomware douches and Obola droning them? I guess citizens really are last in this country.

    Easy, the ransomers are in Russia.

  12. MrAtoz says:

    Call Trump!

  13. dkreck says:

    Had a ransomware last week. TeslaCrypto encrypts and renames as MP3. No real damage as it goes for txt, doc and pics. None there of any importance. Biggest spreader is email attachment that says ‘Invoice attached’. Demands $500 in bitcoin. Lots going around.

  14. DadCooks says:

    WRT Bernie taking Illinois, Ohio, and Florida: the good ol’ Chicago Election Fixing Machine is no longer working like it did in ol’ Boss Daley’s day. The Dumbocrats have not kept their methods up-to-date. A fifth and fin does not buy what it once used to and new Voter ID Laws are stopping the vote often folks.

    The Dumbocrats also forgot that Michigan is full of moooslems who just love a Socialist like Bernie. Plus the Millenials are too absorbed in their Twatter and FartBook to get off their lazy asses to vote.

    The parties are in for a big surprise, they are totally underestimating the power of anger to get out the vote.

    It has taken Trump awhile to learn this political game, but he is a fast study and the last few days show he is going to be more formidable than ever. He has learned their game, now he is going to show them how it is done. The student is now the teacher. Watch and learn.

  15. OFD says:

    Yeah, ’cause of course anyone who wants Linux on their laptop or desktop simply MUST be a developer, you know, those wanky geek types that type code all day that is full of bugs so other “developers” fix the bugs, etc., etc. (haha, no offense to you developers out there, just funnin’, y’all).

    And previously only ENGINEERS needed the gigantic workstation monitors with super-duper graphics cards.

    As for Trump and Sanders; we’ll just have to see how it all shakes out, but do not, under any circumstances, underestimate the power of the Party to scuttle one or the other and make sure their bitch gets in to do their bidding without question. And by bitch I mean either Cankles or any of the RINO ass-hats.

  16. Lynn says:

    So is Chicago under the control of the animals now? “GOP candidate Trump calls off rally due to security concerns”
    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/17787a327ac849c1b7d0f0cfc4463ca6/trump-faces-questions-about-rally-violence-gop-debate

    Looks like the FSA to me. I wonder what happens when they run out of free stuff to steal?

  17. OFD says:

    “I wonder what happens when they run out of free stuff to steal?”

    Either steal or extort from simpering fools who hand them whatever they want. After the cities, they’ll swarm into the nearby ‘burbs to some extent.

    So much for free speech, and ditto on way too many college campuses for years now, where commie sons of bitches raise hell to prevent speakers they don’t like from coming there. Even lefty comedians don’t bother going anymore and are sick of the bullshit.

  18. Lynn says:

    How did things get this screwed up? This is absolutely crazy.

    These are the future cannibals.

  19. nick says:

    “After the cities, they’ll swarm into the nearby ‘burbs to some extent. ”

    Even my wife, who is generally oblivious to this, has noted the increase in FSA activity in our very own neighborhood. Lot of young men walking to and from the bus stop.

    Spent some time driving thru the Fifth Ward. Holy hell that is one scary place, even in broad daylight.

    nick

  20. OFD says:

    “How did things get this screwed up? This is absolutely crazy.”

    I know it is. For a relatively quick foray into NONFICTION, check out:

    Buchanan, Patrick. “Suicide of A Superpower: Will America Survive To 2025?”

    West, Diana. “American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character”

    This has been going on a LONG time and the end-game is in sight now. Once again: if the end-game is the enslavement and/or destruction of this country and its citizens, just what exactly would the ruling elites be doing differently?

    As a Roman Catholic Christian and traditionalist, I truly believe that Satan and his bad angels grow ever bolder and seemingly have no trouble finding adherents and useful idiots on this plane of existence. Even without such belief, we certainly know, do we not, what we humans are capable of.

  21. Miles_Teg says:

    Ransomware in Oz:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-03-12/australia-post-email-scam-taps-into-social-media-accounts/7242106

    I get these all the time, but they’re always pretty obvious. I just sent out a warning e-mail to family, as some of them are clueless about security, especially my brother.

  22. Miles_Teg says:

    Lesbian bishop of Church of Sweden wants to remove crosses from churches so as not to offend their Mooslem guests. The US will be like that in less than five years, I guess, unless y’all get off your arses and vote for Cruz.

  23. Robert Bruce Thompson says:

    Computers down today, so no new post until tomorrow or Monday.

  24. SteveF says:

    Computers down today

    I blame global warming.

  25. MrAtoz says:

    I blame global warming.

    I blame Buuuuuush!

  26. MrAtoz says:

    Ransomware in Oz:

    The first Mac ransomware app is out in the wild. Being a Mac user, I was quickly checking my systems. The ransomware was in the Bit Torrent client I use called Transmission. The terrorists hacked the Transmission web site and placed the infected version for download. Fortunately, Transmission wasn’t set to auto update, so I missed the infected version. I think it wasn’t in the auto update location, though. You would have to manually download it. An article I read said it was a Mac version of the Linux Encoder Trojan.

    Nobody’s safe. Always monitor your systems.

  27. MrAtoz says:

    I’ve been inspired by Glenn Beck.

    Dear Lord, if I fast for You, will You give Cankles a massive stroke? Bless Donald Trump as he is the future of America.*

    Trump 2016!

    If President Trump screws it up, I take it all back. So, God, You can time travel us back for President OFD.

  28. RickH says:

    Robert: a short email/post from your phone is available, as previously discussed.

    If you want.

  29. Paul says:

    I saw a chamber in the round once, they were playing Bach,

  30. OFD says:

    “… unless y’all get off your arses and vote for Cruz.”

    Oh, like Calgary Teddy could or would do anything about it. Jeez. Look out the window and see if there are unicorns and rainbows out there. And leave a buck for the Tooth Fairy—inflation.

    “Computers down today, so no new post until tomorrow or Monday.”

    Our Winblows box was down as regards internet connectivity from last night until late this afternoon, thanks, I’m almost positive, to the latest flurry of Microslop “updates.” Nothing else had been changed. Messed with cables, router and computer reboots, ipconfig commands, Device Manager, etc., etc. for hours. Finally flushed DNS and re-registered it, did the release/renew thang, and rebooted one last time, and Bingo. What a major PITA; needless to say, all the Linux machines stayed on the net w/nary a problem or hiccup. And I do updates on them all the time. Showed it all to Mrs. OFD; more evidence piling up for ditching Winblows completely soon.

    I no longer care which sock puppet goes to the WH; I’m only watching for the boffo laffs.

  31. lynn says:

    Spent some time driving thru the Fifth Ward. Holy hell that is one scary place, even in broad daylight.

    I’ve been to church several times in 5th ward. Lovely people and great followers of the Christ.

    Now, 3rd ward is scary. I used to go to junior high with those kids. That was when public school busing started up in Houston (1973). They would arrive after a nice long one hour bus ride in Houston traffic, all hot and sweaty, to Johnston Junior High. Made for some interesting times.

  32. nick says:

    The folks in church might be great people, but the folks on street corners, and hanging around in parking lots are scary.

    n

  33. lynn says:

    “Soros Funded MoveOn.org Takes Credit for Violence in Chicago”
    http://www.infowars.com/soros-funded-moveon-org-takes-credit-for-violence-in-chicago/

    You know, in some countries this would be considered an insurrection and be dealt with appropriately.

  34. OFD says:

    “…in some countries this would be considered an insurrection and be dealt with appropriately…”

    Not here. See, that’s a peaceful protest against racism and fascism. Out in Oregon and Nevada and Idaho and Texas is where we have insurrections and those ARE dealt with appropriately.

    Not to worry; more and more people are drawing the “appropriate” conclusions.

  35. SteveF says:

    in some countries this would be considered an insurrection

    Such as the country you grew up in. That country has not existed for a while.

  36. JimL says:

    RE: Ransomware.

    We got hit 4 different times. Two of them place list of files in directories so were easy to find. We simply restored those directories from the backup (20 minutes) before the infection. 1 was a hunt-&-find mission to find corrupted files. The last managed to wipe out our backup stuff far enough back that we lost some files. Eventually, FBI posted a “fix” website that would analyze an encrypted file and provide a fix.

    In all cases, restricted access rights protected other divisions & departments from infection. Recently, one of the VPs jumped all over me because he doesn’t have access to everything. I explained that I don’t either, and I use an administrative account (without email access and on servers that don’t have internet browsers) to access files I don’t need on a daily basis. I think he’s still pissed at me. One of the presidents is in a similar situation.

    It is NOT unreasonable to enforce reasonable restrictions to protect assets. The minion infections were bad enough. None of them cost more than $1,000 to recover. The entire network would be tens of thousands.

    Which reminds me – I need to check on backups in the morning.

  37. lynn says:

    in some countries this would be considered an insurrection

    Such as the country you grew up in. That country has not existed for a while.

    Wow, is that ever true. This is the reason why Trump is so popular. I doubt that he can restore it though. Maybe he can make it better than now.

    BTW, my wife thinks that Dr. Ben Carson has agreed to be Trump’s running mate. Makes a lot of sense to me. Trump could do worse. And, that would be two total outsiders in DC. Against one million insiders.

  38. OFD says:

    “…that would be two total outsiders in DC. Against one million insiders.”

    Hopeless, even if true that neither Trump nor Carson were insiders, and not even counting the humongous entrenched bureaucracy.

    “Such as the country you grew up in. That country has not existed for a while.”

    I used to be accused of “hating the country” I grew up in, anytime I ventured my usual genuine paleoconservative criticism and complaints. Which was exactly the opposite of what was true, but that’s lefty ass-hats for ya, everything topsy-turvy in their wacky mirror world.

  39. medium wave says:

    Excerpt from a letter on Jerry Pournelle’s site:

    The Battleground Poll, which is equally funded by both Democrat and Republican research organizations, has, for nearly two decades, shown that self-identified conservatives outnumber self-identified liberals by two-to-one. This is irrespective of the candidates, issues, and other factors. The Republican establishment either doesn’t know this or doesn’t care. For decades they have done nothing but alienate the very people who could hand them permanent control of Congress and the White House.

    If Trump takes the nomination and the GOP OB club sits it out, Trump still wins. Some conservatives are skeptical of him (I am one), but my guess is that most will be willing to give him a chance, seeing that he is hated by both the Democrats — particularly the mainstream media

    — and the GOP establishment that has betrayed them so often. They will be joined by many blue-collar Democrats as well. Bernie’s supporters will stay home or get drunk. Hillary may spend election day behind bars, out on bail, or at least under indictment. Certainly Trump will not play nice with her, as Romney did with Obama in 2012.

    He will go after her like an angry pit bull on email, Benghazi, Bill’s women and much else.

    Now, if only certain self-professed conservatives here could bestir themselves to vote ….

  40. brad says:

    I like Mark Randazza’s take on the Chicago protests against Trump. Money quote: “when we use violence in politics, no matter what, the bad people always win.” If MoveOn is taking responsibility for violent protests, it’s so very kind of them to confess.

    Seems to me that the right approach is careful preparation instead of cancellation. Most importantly, ensure that your supporters know that they must not start anything, and have plenty of embedded security to ensure this. Then exploit any violence by the other side to the hilt. Of course, reality intervenes – once the penny drops, anything can happen.

  41. Miles_Teg says:

    “Now, if only certain self-professed conservatives here could bestir themselves to vote ….”

    Nice job MW, you’re such an optimist.

    I think Robert may do the righ thing, get off his arse and vote, but Hillary could be rogering OFD with a broom handle and he’d still stay at home.

  42. OFD says:

    I give up. Go ahead and vote if it makes you feel better and like you are actually doing something that matters anymore.

    I’ve said before, I DO vote in our local town elections. That’s it. Period.

    It’s too late for this b.s.

  43. lynn says:

    Don’t google rogering, don’t google rogering, don’t google rogering, ahhh! My eyes!

    OFD’s class of the great unwashed is 3rd on Ol’ Gun Grabber’s list. By the time she is through with him, …

  44. OFD says:

    That insane fugly warthog only rogers fur pies.

    A very quick glance at the online Maoist rag, Salon, recently, illustrates the utter poverty of commie thought processes, at least for those of us with long memories. Back in the day they constantly served as adoring carny barkers for such criminal scum as Larry Klinton and then Obola; now they’re very busy vituperating against them and hailing their new commie deity, Bernie Sanders. So Field Marshal Rodham is now on their shit-list, and as of today, evidently, so is her big lovable lug of a husband, who they couldn’t drop to their knees fast enough for back then. Soon they’ll be dumping all over Mr. Hopey-Changey, I’m guessing.

    Then we have some fun thoughts on The Current Situation, with the “money quote” right here:

    “If you want to “reform” this government from within, get extra ammo, extra fuel for the wood-chipper, and pack a lunch.”

    Enjoy, esp. the guided tour at the end of the ten most powerful nukes lit off so far; I’d forgotten about almost all of these, but man, the Soviets were VERY busy back in the day. One wonders what permanent effects on the planet might have ensued with devices many tens of thousands times more powerful than the one that was dropped on Hiroshima. And anyone wanna guess what we’ve got stowed away in our nuke arsenals NOW?

    http://americandigest.org/mt-archives/driveby/make_it_go_faster.php

  45. MrAtoz says:

    Soft tryanny at it’s finest:

    AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday made a passionate case for mobile devices to be built in such a way as to allow government to gain access to personal data if needed to prevent a terrorist attack or enforce tax laws

    Dear Leader Obola has to go. Now.

  46. nick says:

    key escrow- do it for the chilllldddrreennnn…….

    once those F’ers get an idea in their heads, it NEVER goes away.

    nick

  47. Ray Thompson says:

    The government already abuses the use of stingers. A backdoor will get abused just as much if not more.

    Typical scenario. Person get arrested for blowing their nose in public. Government seizes their phone and asks for password. Person refuses. Government gets pissed. Government uses the backdoor to the device and starts looking for something. Government sends a child porn image to the phone from their extensive library. Government requests a warrant on suspicion of child porn on the device. Warrant is granted. Government now finds child porn on the person’s phone and they are now charged. The government got their revenge because the person stood up for their rights and pissed off some sleaze bag sergeant on a power trip.

    Or phone is seized when officer finds out they have been filmed being an asshole. Backdoor is used to get access to the phone and video is erased. Thus any claims against the LEO are ignored because there is no evidence as camera in cruiser and on the LEO uniform conveniently had memory card failure. Less obvious than smashing the phone as has been done in the past.

    Planting evidence has happened in the past and will happen again. Removing evidence against LEO’s has happened in the past and will happen again. With the backdoor capabilities government will abuse the capability.

  48. OFD says:

    “… allow government to gain access to personal data if needed to prevent a terrorist attack or enforce tax laws…”

    Now kids, let’s do what I like to refer to in my usual jocular fashion as “Prophetic Arithmetic.” What proportion will it be of “enforcing tax laws” to “preventing terrorist attacks?” For extra credit, define “personal data” and “reciprocity,” the latter being what should be in place when We the Peepul need to examine said “personal data” on the phones and other devices of law enforcement and other government parasites. Also, how many of you kidz put your personal data that relates to tax issues on your cell phones and other “mobile devices?”

    “…once those F’ers get an idea in their heads, it NEVER goes away…”

    +100

    Shortest book in the world: “Government Laws and Programs That Were Shut Down When No Longer Needed.” (title being longer than the actual book, of course)

    “Government sends a child porn image to the phone from their extensive library.”

    Which, evidently, quite a few government workers surf during most or all of their working days.

    “With the backdoor capabilities government will abuse the capability.”

    I am SHOCKED, gobsmacked and rendered comatose by this earth-shaking prediction! A trigger warning, please, for this sort of thing in the future would be nice. Now I gotta find a safe space around here somewhere…

  49. lynn says:

    Do it for the tax laws!

  50. OFD says:

    When elephants fly and pigs whistle. Or is it when pigs fly and elephants whistle. I forget.

    But we can be REST ASSURED our beloved leaders will be using device backdoors to hound us for more blood-sucking taxation and trying to scare us about terrorist attacks when we have, by orders of magnitude, a better chance of being killed by our own cops.

  51. lynn says:

    That insane fugly warthog

    That insane fugly warthog is looking for a new body pillow.

  52. OFD says:

    There’s one available Down Under. Speaking of which, Mrs. OFD was on the plane to Chicago (short layover enroute to Denver) today and Howard Dean, our former gov, was on the ride with her. She sez he doesn’t look well and is a lot thinner; he’s gung-ho for Cankles.

    Sorta related; keep eyes and ears open for stuff going on this summer and into early fall:

    http://stopshouting.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/the-red-in-streets-of-chicago.html

  53. OFD says:

    This is pretty much how OFD and other ‘Nam combat vets view the past half-century of Murkan history through the lens of the SEA wars:

    http://straightlinelogic.com/2016/03/12/much-more-than-trump-by-robert-gore/

    This particular vet, however, has given up his “besieged decency” and the ballot box as a solution to the problems of a supposed democratic government. I believe the fuckers have no intention of allowing a peaceful reform and would rather incite revolution and civil war, believing they can control events. They can’t. It will mushroom and spiral outta control and send us all into entirely new historical territory. They may be able to keep the lid on for another couple of years, maybe even five to ten years, but the arithmetic is inevitable.

    As a side note, sorta related, for those who are tearfully disappointed, perhaps, that Jebster ain’t gonna make it this time round:

    While your northern correspondent was be-bopping around Uncle’s shit-pits in SEA, ol’ Jebster, just a few months older, was at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, like his dear old dad and granddad, busy selling drugs and booze to his fellow students. He got jammed up at one point, ratted out his partners, and then skated. He is arguably the worst piece of shit among the current Bush krew of criminal scum. But plenty of Murkan derps were ready to rush out and mark their ballots for him to become the next Prez, probably at least as bad as Larry Klinton.

    These are the people we’re supposed to run out and vote for? In preference to whom, Cankles? What’s the effin diff?

  54. brad says:

    “” This may well be unstoppable in the long run. They already have the equivalent in lots of cars, with the remote-disable function. Super well-protected, of course: I figure no script kiddy under the age of 6 could hack the security. And since lots of those cars let you into the control loops, you can do a lot more that just stop the car.

    Lots of long-haul trucks have an Internet interface built in as well, with varying amounts of possible control. Sooner or later, someone is gonna remotely send an 18-wheeler on a joy ride.

    We’ve already had the WLAN-connected teapot that enabled hackers to break into your (otherwise protected) WLAN. Every Jim-Bob and Billy-Joe building crap for the IOT is gonna destroy your security, and this will happen faster than anyone can possibly keep up.

  55. DadCooks says:

    WRT Internet connect appliances: over the past several months there has hardly been a week go by that at least one new Internet connected has not appeared on the list of WiFi devices, ALL unprotected. If I ever get bored I know what kind of fun I am going to have. The technology connected generation is really NOT too smart.

  56. OFD says:

    “Two years ago this week, we had a good laugh when we learned that the wannabe refugee contractor, Lutherans!, admitted that the reason they got politically shot down was that the news was out about their plans before they had all the skids greased. They had hoped to keep the plan secret longer! Jumping the gun!”

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2016/03/14/wyoming-public-radio-pushing-refugee-resettlement-for-wyoming/

    If this is such a wunnerful thang for us, why all the manic secrecy? The lefty shitwads in this state managed to slip in both Serbs and Bosnian musloids and set ’em up in neighboring residence arrangements down in the “Queen City” of Burlap. They also let in a bunch of Somalis, several of whose male subjects later being arrested and charged with various misdemeanors like drug dealing, rape and murder. And our contractor guy now reports that in his small burg to the east of here they’re apparently renovating an elementary skool building and taking adjoining land by eminent domain with more building planned and rumors of incoming refugees, presumably musloids. No one can find out anything and it’s all “top-secret.”

    This kind of chit is not gonna end well.

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