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Rabbit
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Rabbit
8 years ago

Hump day O grabbing!

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
8 years ago

Good morning, Rabbit!

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur
8 years ago

Good morning, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, RabBiT and Sven!

Mac -- canned Hello Fruiti? Those Japanese are wee-yurd!

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Happy Hump Day and Day 2 of the CasaK “FY, TW!” Festival of Civil Disobedience, GN!

G’morning, RabBeet, Sven & Paddy!

I was pleasantly surprised that, despite the non-shutdown-shutdown, the sun came up as usual, revealing still-extant roads and sidewalks.

I wonder if there’s fur in each and every can of Hello Kitty soda. (Nice find, Mac.)

“It’s Kitty-licious!!!1!”

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Reply to  Machinist

Fruit-flavored Hello Kitty beer???!??

That is so very, very wrong.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Mac --

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Several sources are claiming that an NPS spokestool told them the Barrycading™ of the WWII monument was ordered by the White House OMB.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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The Clintons had better liars and spin doctors, though they demanded more of them than anyone could deliver.

Indeed…*snerk*

I’ve come to the point where I believe the highest compliment I could pay to any public official is that they’re “relatively useless”.

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The Gainesville, GA School District (about 30 miles north of us) is considering the purchase of a pair of Colt 6920s. The money quote:

The plan in Gainesville would be for the district to buy two Colt 6920 M4 carbines and keep them in locked safes equipped with fingerprint locks, so only one person – the school resource officer – could have access. The weapons would be stored in the resource officer’s car trunk when no students are at school.

All a malefactor would have to do is take out the SRO while he’s carrying them into school from his trunk in the morning. Bad guy(s) instantly armed with two rifles…and no opposition.

Awesome plan.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Reply to  Machinist

I pretty much concur that handguns and shotguns in the hands of staffers with some sort of training would be much more effective.

And why does it make any sense to have only one school (out of eight, per their website) “armed” with those rifles?

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Reply to  Machinist

I’m guessing a particularly dull-witted confluence of cop-think and educator-think.

Jerry Atrick
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8 years ago

GOOD AFTERNOON/EVENING EVERYONE!

Greetings from more delightful than ever before Bountiful.

I sure do hope y’all are having a great day, ’cause you just know I am.

Jerry Atrick
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8 years ago

I’ve been beating off (heh) roving bands of feral federal unemployees. They keep coming up my street slowing chanting, “vaaaacaaaation, beeeeneeefiiits, fleeeextiiime,” so I’ve had to kill them. Each and every one. I can’t say I have enjoyed it, ’cause NSA, but I haven’t unenjoyed it either.

Jerry Atrick
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8 years ago

I cried my heart out over a poor federal unemployee interviewed on the news because she was emoting over her fellow workers not being able to eat out or pick up their dry-cleaning. DRY-CLEANING!!! Oh, the sacrifices those poor people must make.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Reply to  Jerry Atrick

Har! Much mean-spirited chortling here in Happy -- and Disagreeable -- Larryville. 😉

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I propose that we make all federal employees wear naught but sack cloth to work, dine upon nothing but peanut butter, über-cheap white bread (the sort where a one pound loaf is about two feet long) and iceberg lettuce. Maybe a banana or two per week.

Further, their annual health plan consists only of four toothbrushes, a large box of adhesive bandages, a bottle of aspirin, a magnifying glass, a box of Ex-Lax and some tweezers.

Adjust their salaries appropriately; profit! (Okay…slightly less hemorrhaging.)

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
8 years ago

Good evening brothers and sisters of the last days. Rather surprisingly, things are still calm in the SoCal area, but you can feel the underlying tension beginning to rise. Hopefully cooler heads will prevail until I can buy more ammunition.