Saturday, 20 August 2016

09:42 – Our main BK01A biology and CK01A chemistry kits are our biggest sellers by far. Between the two of them, they probably outsell all other kits combined by a ratio of 10:1 or better. But the other kits do sell, and we build them in smaller numbers to make sure they’re fresh. The dangers of that are, first, that we can get a bulk order for one of the smaller selling kits, and second, that with these kits shipping gradually, I may not notice that it’s time to build more. That’s the case right now with our FK01A forensic kits and our CK01B smaller chemistry kits, of which we’re down to only half a dozen each. The CK01B kits aren’t a problem, because they’re a subset of the full CK01A kits. We always have bottled chemicals in stock for chemistry kits, so it’s just a matter of making up CK01B chemical bags. The FKK01A forensic kits are more of a problem because they have a large number of chemicals in them, most of which are specific to the kit. So I need to make up solutions for and bottle a lot of these chemicals for the next batch. We’ll work on that this week.

My Fire HD7 is usable again. The problem was that both the Amazon Silk browser and Firefox were essentially unusable on it. Last night, I decided to install Opera mobile, which installs and runs without a problem. It’s now setup to let me browse my favorite websites and check my mail, which is all I use the Fire for. I waited so long to install Opera because it’s not my favorite browser, because I expected getting an adblocker running on it would be problematic, and because it got rotten reviews in the Amazon appstore. As it turns out, it solves all my problems with the Fire and I can now continue using it. Opera Mobile even has a built-in adblocker. It’s not nearly as good as uBlock Origin or Adblock Plus running on my desktop systems, but it’s decent for a mobile adblocker.

I need to work on a detailed shopping list before we make our next trip down to Winston for a Costco run. I agree with Barbara’s general plan, which is to continue buying stuff we actually eat that whenever possible is also suitable for long-term storage. We’ll still buy fresh and frozen foods like meats, butter, and so on, but other than that we’ll focus on canned goods, dry staples, etc. That, and non-food items, like boosting our toilet paper stores to a one-year supply.



64 thoughts on “Saturday, 20 August 2016”

  1. Amazon needs a new browser on their legacy devices. The distributed Silk cache is useless in the current environment where it seems like every HTTP transaction is HTTPS, even content where the encryption really isn’t necessary.

  2. Google pushed sites to adopt HTTPS (through demoting search rankings for non-HTTPS sites) in order to make it more difficult, ideally impossible, for snoops to spy on it. If only a tiny bit of internet traffic is encrypted, it’s like a flag for the TLAs to look at it more closely. If all traffic is encrypted, then none of it sticks out.

    Given a police state or at least a surveillance state, it’s a good idea. There are some annoying consequences, though.

  3. I haven’t run into any issues with Silk yet and the Kindle usually gives me the choice of using that, FF or Chrome.

    “If only a tiny bit of internet traffic is encrypted, it’s like a flag for the TLAs to look at it more closely. If all traffic is encrypted, then none of it sticks out.”

    Exactly. The more peeps using Tor and PGP, the better.

    “There are some annoying consequences, though.”

    Yup. And more keep popping up. It’s almost like…like…WORK, keeping up with this chit.

  4. I know, right? All this technology to make my life easier takes so much work that it’s severely interfering with my ambition of being a lazyass.

  5. I need to work on a detailed shopping list before we make our next trip down to Winston for a Costco run.

    Having tried both Sam’s and Costco, I far prefer Costco. There are a couple of web site issues where Sam’s Club wins hands down. At the Sam’s Club web site, I can search my local club’s inventory. I could also place an order for stuff from my local club and pick it up. Other than those two issues, I prefer Costco. As I told my dad the first time I was at a Costco, “Wow, this place isn’t run by a bunch of hicks from Arkansas.”

  6. Costco is a class act. Sam’s is Wal-Mart, but they do carry some things that Costco doesn’t.

  7. Unfortunately PGP sold out to Network Associates or some such. I never used it much – I exchanged e-mails with a mate for a while but lost interest. Last time I looked you had to buy a licence for it that only lasted a year or two.

  8. Google pushed sites to adopt HTTPS (through demoting search rankings for non-HTTPS sites) in order to make it more difficult, ideally impossible, for snoops to spy on it. If only a tiny bit of internet traffic is encrypted, it’s like a flag for the TLAs to look at it more closely. If all traffic is encrypted, then none of it sticks out.

    Given a police state or at least a surveillance state, it’s a good idea. There are some annoying consequences, though.

    I like the HTTPS but I am worried that there is still a man in the middle problem for people using the same wifi router in a coffee shop, etc. Not that I hang out very often at coffee shops.

  9. Costco is a class act. Sam’s is Wal-Mart, but they do carry some things that Costco doesn’t.

    Sam’s Club used to be a class act. Costco is consumer oriented and knows what it wants to be when it grows up. Sam’s Club is torn between the consumers and retailers and thusly does not know what it wants to be when it grows up.

    However, I can live without Costco. I cannot live without Sam’s Club. But I am in a minority position here based on my random foot traffic surveys of the two.

  10. The Louisiana State Police (LSP) had received numerous reports of illegal cock fighting being held in the area around Abbeville and had sent their famous Detective Boudreaux from Thibodeaux to investigate.

    Boudreaux promptly began his investigation and then reported to his Commander the next morning. “Dey is tree main groups involve in dis Rooster Fightin”, he began. “Good work! Who are they?” the Commander asked.

    Boudreaux replied confidently, “De Texas Aggies, de local Cajuns, and de Demcratic Natnal Charman from N’awlins”.

    Puzzled, the Commander asked, “Now Boudreaux, how did you find all that out in one night?”

    “Well,” he replied, “I went down and done seen dat Rooster Fight in person. And I knowed immediately datdem Aggies was involved when a Duck was entered in the fight.”

    The Commander nodded, “I’ll buy that. But what about the others?”

    Boudreaux nodded knowingly, “Well, I knowed de Cajuns was involved when sumbody bet on de Duck!”

    “Ah, I see, I see … ” sighed the sergeant, “And how did you figure the DNC was involved?”

    “De Duck won!”

    Lynn (from my aunt)

  11. “Ray, here’s a bit of conversation that may resonate with you….”

    Saw that. Yup. Won’t volunteer for shit via any “official” channels anymore. All ad hoc now and about as local as possible. So lots of other peeps that coulda used our help ain’t gonna get it. Feel good about that, you fucking pinched-sphincter Bolshevik rat-fuckers? See you in Hell.

  12. I like the HTTPS but I am worried that there is still a man in the middle problem for people using the same wifi router in a coffee shop, etc.

    A snooper will know your computer was there and could find the URL you were hitting. That should be all. Doesn’t matter if the wifi router was using any encryption, as the packets are encrypted at the endpoints — ie, your computer and the server.

    That’s assuming no major errors in the various protocols and libraries. These do pop up from time to time, including some big ones, but the system is mostly good.

  13. it’s Ray who had to get a background check in order to volunteer at his daughter’s school

    I only have one son, long since gone from school. Wife and I were active in the school during the son’s time and have kept it up over the years. With retirement I have decided to sub at the school for something to do and bring a few extra coins. That is what triggered the background check.

    Also had to go a three hour training session which told you what you could not do. Basically don’t touch anyone, even if they are bleeding. Don’t break up fights. In most cases just call the office.

  14. Given a police state or at least a surveillance state, it’s a good idea. There are some annoying consequences, though.

    All these problems will be fixed once Ofukstik gives control of the Internet to the “Global Community.” I believe the NORKS will run it from now on, with an assist from Syria.

  15. Given a police state or at least a surveillance state, it’s a good idea. There are some annoying consequences, though.

    All these problems will be fixed once O****** gives control of the Internet to the “Global Community.” I believe the NORKS will run it from now on, with an assist from Syria.

    “US Relinquishes Control of Internet Naming System Oct. 1”
    http://www.pcmag.com/news/347128/us-relinquishes-control-of-internet-naming-system-oct-1

    I am wondering how long it will be before ICANN is moved to Geneva. And the domain prices are increased 10X then 100X. And some Nigerian guy grabs your domain via some UN program to reach out to the distressed and wants to sell it back to you for a million bucks.

  16. I will not rest until Nigerians are in control of the email apparatus.

    Is anyone in control of the email apparatus now ?

  17. And for today’s prepping project, does everyone have a poop plan ? First, pray that the sewer system in your neighborhood (should you not have a septic tank) does not run backwards into your home. Sewer lift systems are unsung heros here. Until they quit and the sewer check valve(s) fail. Pray that you have have sewer check valves in your neighborhood somewhere. Because people will try to flush those toilets until the world comes to an end.

    So, are you ready to build an outhouse in the backyard ? I am not, but I do have a quickie plan. A potty chair and a thousand kitchen trash bags for the back of the garage. Long term, build an outhouse but who knows what will happen then ?
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000BJEZ88/

  18. Yes, I have a plan: it involves packing up my poop and sending it FedEx Overnight every day to Mordor and Hollywood. The cost will be in lieu of me paying any more taxes, lol.

    Hold on a sec…someone’s at the d

  19. I’m pooping off the 4th floor balcony at the condo, as stated previously. That should give me plenty of time to bug out to Kansas.

  20. My plan involves trained crows who will take a bag with each day’s production and dump it on the cars of the people who were being paid — usually with confiscated tax dollars — to keep the system running.

    Why their cars? Because you know damned well that the people “in charge” will continue to have gasoline (and food and every other necessity) even when the commoners are doing without. Running civilization is not easy, and those bearing that burden deserve to be rewarded. (Yes, historically there are exceptions to that mentality, but not many. I think the best analogy will be to the top politicians and the bureaucrats of the Soviet Union. They did very well for themselves and didn’t show much concern for the masses.)

  21. “””lynn says:
    20 August 2016 at 18:51

    And for today’s prepping project, does everyone have a poop plan ? First, pray that the sewer system in your neighborhood (should you not have a septic tank) does not run backwards into your home. Sewer lift systems are unsung heros here. Until they quit and the sewer check valve(s) fail. Pray that you have have sewer check valves in your neighborhood somewhere. Because people will try to flush those toilets until the world comes to an end.”””

    I’m pleased that somebody was paying attention !

    “”Spook says:
    18 July 2016 at 20:55

    I have a septic tank. Lotsa luck for those of you who are on sewerage
    systems, since it’s very likely that in any significant power outage, the
    “lift” stations will fail and your neighbors’ wastewater will come down
    on you if you happen to be in a lower altitude area of the system, if
    the neighbors have any flushing water… though I reckon there are
    check valves and such in the system that might keep working.
    I guess the trade-off might be that folks in relative valleys will have
    water pressure for a little longer, assuming elevated tanks (for
    gravity storage), as required by state regs, for example.
    Of course, the lift stations and wastewater treatment plants will
    eventually have to release untreated wastewater to the local creek —
    upon which you might be depending for a water source. “”

  22. I’m pleased that somebody was paying attention !

    I remember reading that earlier this hectic week. That inspired me to spouting off again about my toilet chair. I figure that if we get a Cat 5 hurricane around these parts that the pressurized water will last a day at most. After, those 400 hp wells need big generators that are very subject to storm damage also and those wooden sheds will be somewhere out in west Texas with 130+ mph winds. And the sewer lift pumps do not have generators …

    I guess the trade-off might be that folks in relative valleys will have water pressure for a little longer, assuming elevated tanks (for gravity storage), as required by state regs, for example. Of course, the lift stations and wastewater treatment plants will eventually have to release untreated wastewater to the local creek — upon which you might be depending for a water source. “”

    Ain’t no gravity storage around here. Just 20 inch diameter 2,000 ft deep wells and some big 10,000 gal pressurized tanks. Them gravity storage tanks are for rich people like Sugar Land. And I don’t live in Sugar Land … yet.

    And if you are going to drink out of the creek, Mr. Bob recommends this device:
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0051HHNJ8/

  23. How about this for an outhouse?

    Just a (very) minimal little shed / shack, that you can drag over
    a fresh hole when needed. Of course it needs some sort of seat…
    The shed is really just about modesty (or getting arrested) and/or
    some weather shelter.

    If the shack is really lightweight and easy to slide, you could slide
    it aside, fill the first hole with the dirt from the next hole, and drag
    the shack over the new hole.

    I think a “pit privy” is relatively legal in most locations… but please
    don’t dump into a karst “sinkhole” or cave… which of course it likely
    a direct route into some sort of underground water.

  24. “”Them gravity storage tanks are for rich people like Sugar Land. And I don’t live in Sugar Land … yet.””

    Have to believe you, since it would be hard to hide a water tower!

    I have seen “stand-pipes” I think they are called which don’t hold much
    volume, but they add pressure… but not for very long at all if the pump
    pressure fails.

    The overall lesson is to try to figure out what actually exists in your area
    (water and wastewater systems) and to try to do your individual preps
    accordingly. Well, duh, buckets and seats and jugs of water, in any
    case.

  25. “” … spouting off again about my toilet chair …””

    I actually saw one of those potty chairs (without the bucket) sitting over
    a hole at the usual (rather remote) campsite, a few years ago, abandoned
    or forgotten. It was not even out in the woods, for privacy.

    Those things are obviously good for old folks, too, either close to the bed
    or as a riser over the flush crapper.

  26. I have a septic tank.

    BTW, you ain’t out of the ditch either. I have an aerated septic system at the office. It has a very fancy little control system on it with an 1/2 hp aerator / stirrer and a 1/2 hp pump. So, when the first and second chambers fill up (2,500 gallons each), there will be no way to get the “treated” effluent out of the third tank into the sprinklers. Unless I have power.

    So, if your system is more than a septic tank then you are going to need power also.

    Plus, my water well pump has a 3 hp well pump. Gonna need 230 v at 13 amps to run that bad boy.

  27. “” I have a septic tank.

    BTW, you ain’t out of the ditch either. I have an aerated septic system at the office. It has a very fancy little control system on it with an 1/2 hp aerator / stirrer and a 1/2 hp pump. So, when the first and second chambers fill up (2,500 gallons each), there will be no way to get the “treated” effluent out of the third tank into the sprinklers. Unless I have power.

    Plus, my water well pump has a 3 hp well pump. Gonna need 230 v at 13 amps to run that bad boy.””

    I think I noticed your comments about that previously. You have, I think, what would be called a “package” sewage treatment plant. If it’s aerated, by definition, it ain’t a septic system.

    My septic tank and field line system is passive.
    It was installed in the early 70s I think, and it had problems backing up until I found (circa 1979) that none of the field lines were connected. Previous owner said it was just fine as long as he paid the outfit that installed it to pump it every few months. I have not touched it, other than connecting the field lines, in over 35 years.
    Of course, local soils “perc” well; a percolation test is the first step for installing a septic system. I am sure there are plenty of areas for which seepage into soils is not a safe option, even locally here.

  28. “”Them gravity storage tanks are for rich people like Sugar Land. And I don’t live in Sugar Land … yet.””

    Have to believe you, since it would be hard to hide a water tower!

    Oh, I have one of those 150 ft tall 2 million gallon towers just a mile from my house. Across the Brazos River.

    I have 120 cases of 24 water bottle 0.5 L Ozarka cases in the garage. We be good here for 120 person days of water, 200 if we skimp on bathing and other luxuries.

  29. We were on a septic tank. City installed sewers. Mandatory connection. Cost $5,000. Had to have the old septic filled in with rocks and covered.

  30. It does bear mentioning, of course, that using clean-ish water to flush a crapper would be extremely stupid in most crisis situations, no matter how responsibly the wastewater is dealt with.

  31. “”Oh, I have one of those 150 ft tall 2 million gallon towers just a mile from my house. “”

    If I recall correctly, elevated storage is mostly about maintaining pressure (which is not just convenient, since it helps to keep contaminants out of the distribution system) but there’s some comfort in the time lag aspect of a few gallons up in the sky.

  32. “”We were on a septic tank. City installed sewers. Mandatory connection. Cost $5,000. Had to have the old septic filled in with rocks and covered.””

    That’s typical when a significant number of the septic systems in an area fail.
    Or, I’ll bet, when a significant kick-back occurs in the political system…

  33. “”Plus, my water well pump has a 3 hp well pump. Gonna need 230 v at 13 amps to run that bad boy.””

    Now you are making me nervous. If the municipal water supply goes down, I have little other than stored water (& rainfall).

  34. I think I noticed your comments about that previously. You have, I think, what would be called a “package” sewage treatment plant. If it’s aerated, by definition, it ain’t a septic system.

    I still have to have it pumped every 3 to 5 years. Cost me $500 to pump 2,000 gallons of “sludge” out of it a couple of years ago. Mostly TP.

    Of course, local soils “perc” well; a percolation test is the first step for installing a septic system. I am sure there are plenty of areas for which seepage into soils is not a safe option, even locally here.

    Leach systems are illegal in Fort Bend county. There is a five county aquifer just 100 to 200 ft below the surface. Leaching into that would be nasty.

  35. “”Had to have the old septic filled in with rocks and covered.””

    Shoulda filled it with (well-wrapped) books, as in Pournelle’s “Lucifer’s Hammer” !!

    I guess this would be a relatively good time to acknowledge that I have a “seepage pit” (filled with scraps of bricks) for laundry water. I have been afraid (for 35 years) to ask if it’s “legal” but I’m sure it has been a good thing for the septic system.
    I did have to add a second pit, up the hill, years ago, but that was mostly due to some sort of piping problem. The lower pit is still most of the seepage capacity.

    Oh, for septic systems, or actually for any wastewater system, odd non-dissolveable materials (notably grease) are a very bad thing.

  36. Oh, for septic systems, or actually for any wastewater system, odd non-dissolveable materials (notably grease) are a very bad thing.

    So is toilet paper.

  37. “”Leach systems are illegal in Fort Bend county. There is a five county aquifer just 100 to 200 ft below the surface. Leaching into that would be nasty.””

    Yow!
    Depends a lot on “impermeable layers” and such between here and there, but I’ll bet that that aquifer is scary vulnerable.

    There is the issue that some aquifers are significantly recharged from streams and especially from wetlands, too, though, so wastewater treatment effluents get back in even without leaching / seepage systems, so gotta hope wastewater is well cleaned.

    Tangent: Gasoline floats on water, so, bad as it is to have it get into (onto) an aquifer, it can possibly be removed off the top of said aquifer. Think, though about alcohol, uh, ethanol! which is soluble in water… Also something called MTBE, apparently phased out of gasoline.
    Of course, the big solution was to crack down on leaking underground storage tanks (which was/is a program pretty much in the vein of Pournelle’s “bunny inspectors” so I guess you have to decide)…

  38. “”non-dissolveable materials (notably grease) are a very bad thing.

    So is toilet paper.””

    So… What are you suggesting? Ewww!

    Agreed, though, of course.

  39. That’s typical when a significant number of the septic systems in an area fail

    The place my aunt had in Port Townsend was mandated by the state EPA to install a sewage system. Cost per lot was $25K and my aunt had two lots. I could not afford $50K thus had to sell the place. System was private pay as the entire community was on private property where people had leases. The private system was to connect with the Port Townsend system. Thus the high cost.

  40. “”non-dissolveable materials (notably grease) are a very bad thing.

    So is toilet paper.””

    So… What are you suggesting? Ewww!

    My parents were in India ??? a couple of decades ago. One of the toilets of the places that they visited had a big sign, “DO NOT FLUSH THE TOILET PAPER”. There was a trash can in the corner. My mother said the smell was … overwhelming.

  41. I’ve turned down several “opportunities” to travel to India, mostly for business of one sort or another. Declined them all. I’ve already met my lifetime quota of atrocious hygiene, government corruption, individual dishonesty, and appalling class-based bigotry, thanks anyway.

  42. I’ve already met my lifetime quota of atrocious hygiene, government corruption, individual dishonesty, and appalling class-based bigotry, thanks anyway.

    I guess that you have been in Washington, DC.

  43. “”That’s typical when a significant number of the septic systems in an area fail

    The place my aunt had in Port Townsend was mandated by the state EPA to install a sewage system. Cost per lot was $25K and my aunt had two lots. I could not afford $50K thus had to sell the place. System was private pay as the entire community was on private property where people had leases. The private system was to connect with the Port Townsend system. Thus the high cost. “”

    Did a quick look. Tip of a peninsula and all that…
    Makes me think of Hatteras Island. If I recall correctly, septic tanks out there are above ground (but at least not on pilings, like most things). I think they have field line seepage systems, but I’m not sure how it works.

    Bottom line is probably that significant human populations should not be in certain areas? We are supposed to be intelligent beasties, able to control our actions.

  44. Tangentially, you know how all the tranzi types say that travel is the best way to broaden your mind, that exposure to other peoples and other ways will give you a great appreciation for them? Yah, well, didn’t quite work that way. My rather extensive experience mostly showed me what a shithole most of the world is. I’m not quite convinced that most everyone in most of the world should be killed outright, but I am convinced that most everyone is somewhere between stupid savages and stupid animals, and in no way should be given access to the benefits of modern civilization. If they can invent their own firearms, antibiotics, and fertilizers, more power to them. If not, let them live true to their cultural heritage, Iron Age splendor contaminated as little as possible by European civilization.

  45. “My rather extensive experience mostly showed me what a shithole most of the world is.”

    Ditto. And I’d agree, sure, they wanna continue to live in primitive squalor and various kinds of tribalism and socialism, why, have at it. But the new thing now is they intend to swarm over us and take it, by hook or by crook. Once they have it, this will be a place of squalor and misery, too, within a generation or two. See Jean Raspail and the late Enoch Powell on this stuff.

    And on a related note, it becomes clearer by the day that the BLM organization is for real a commie front, and the 21st-C nascent ANC in the U.S. Kicked up a few notches by the internet and “social media” capabilities, like flash mobs. Meanwhile they’re getting hundreds of millions from comsymp types here, including the Ford Foundation, and I’m pretty sure we can just simply assume the Klinton Foundation, and sons-of-bitches like Soros, that old commie reptile, and Bloomberg. Our very own Mau-Mau; read up on the ANC and the Mau-Mau and then take a look at some of the relevant Bracken articles.

  46. I’ll second the travel comment. Nothing like travel to show the true comforts of home. I’ll add that most individuals seemed ok, but as a people, boy howdy.

    And the list of places I said no to was bigger than the list I said yes to.

    Asked a friend once, former Queens Para, with 3 or 4 passports, if the rest of the world is so great, why does he live here? Just got the stink eye as an answer, but it seems self evident to me….

    n

  47. The usual suspects keep yakking about what an evil country this is and all its people just degenerate pigs and certain other countries are wunnerful and boons to humanity, etc., etc., but gee golly, they keep living here, while zillions more keep trying to get in.

    Hell, I have to drive back and forth to exotic and strange Moh-ree-all every other week during the skool year still and I swear I have a wicked powerful impulse to get out of the car after crossing back into Vermont and kissing the fucking asphalt, I kid you not.

    To be honest, though, I had that same impulse when I was still living and working in MA and only coming up for visits to Vermont; once across that bridge on the Connecticut River I was yelling “Hallelujah, the Promised Land!”

    Y’all fummamuckers hate this country and its people so bad, then GTFO and move to wherever, IDGAF, begone, ingrates! And good riddance to bad rubbish.

  48. Tip of a peninsula and all that

    All the homes on the peninsula had septic systems with leach fields. There may be a lot of homes but most of them are vacation homes only occupied a few weeks out of the year. The dump load of one of those places is probably a tenth of a home in Port Townsend proper. I would wager that most of the homes on the peninsula have never had their tanks pumped.

    But the EPA and the state of Washington decided it was better to dig multiple trenches, put in massive lift pumps (that use lots of electricity), and make people spend thousands of dollars than to have someone not conform. Now these people faced large fees and are now being charged sewer fees based on water consumption where before they paid nothing.

    I personally think it was nothing more than a way to get more people to subsidize the Port Townsend system and rip more money from their pockets.

  49. Yeah, good point about the vacation homes aspect.
    And, yeah, good bet that it was “development” not environmental
    protection that was the real motivation.

  50. A mainland Chinese consortium recently bought the opera browser business. You may want to reconsider using it.

  51. If Obola imports anymore Syrians, we won’t even be a turd-world country, just a turd. Perhaps we could move all the Syrians to Vermont and rename it “Little Syria” in their honor or sumpin’. We’d put up a yuuuuge wall, of course.

  52. … Vermont and kissing the fucking asphalt, …

    I kiss my dauber frequently. There’s probably a Mr. SteveF joke in there somewhere.

    This country does suck. I went to Petsmart yesterday to get some puppy chow. There were some many brands to choose from. I was disgusted by the opulence of it. I then went and bought a third house for $600,000 to make myself feel better.

  53. Not to worry, until all your accounts have been either cleaned out or converted to renminbis and you see a bunch of little guys with red stars on their hats starting up some kind of mine on your property.

  54. I left myself a note in May that Opera had been bought by Chinese investors(?)…
    Wish I had shared that bit of news, back then. Sorry ’bout that.

  55. “I guess that’s as good a starting point as any…..”

    For what, is a good question. What do the gaulieters have in mind, exactly? The comments are all over the map. With the usual one or two peeps piping up about the Jooz.

    “A further priority should be more support of the armed forces by civilians, it added.”

    That’s right, “your papers, please?” Polish them jackboots with your tongues.

    We’ll have the same thing over here at some point, so it’s kinda dopey to laugh at the Germans; we untermenschen (Dirt People) will love being controlled by the usual Süßigkeiten und Peitschen, while the Cloud People (Wolke Personen) or
    Oberherren laugh at US.

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