Teh Squeaky Wheel
"I see another “bombshell” “game-changer” “pivotal moment” “changes everything” “Trump is done” moment has occurred courtesy of John Bolton. Odd, the timing of this, but there you go."
Are those kittehs waiting in line outside of Arkady’s House of Catnip and Fish Heads?
Pre-Christmas Caturday greetin’s, Wheelizens!
(I’m pretty much one of the walking dead every morning.)
Happy Saturday, GN! Hi, Fatwa!
Long lines outside church this morning -- all them lefties packing the place and lighting candles for Ginsburg.
Very happy, Mac, that you finished the refi -- sorry that you have been under so much stress.
Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Sven!
A former choir director had a cat named Babushka -- he called her Boo Kitty.
Sven -- did you tell the Lefties you were lighting a candle for our country?
Mute this before watching, but this was an exceptional police chase in LA yesterday. Speeds up to 70mph on the surface streets and over a 100 on the freeway -- and this was late afternoon- rush hour traffic on a Friday. The video is just the last part of it -- the car chase itself lasted about 30 minutes or so. All suspects caught, but it was some great driving.
Lucky us. California has new gun control laws for 2019. Here’s what you should know…
Several of the bills passed in the 2017-18 legislative session went into effect immediately, while others will apply in 2019 or 2020:
▪ AB 2103, by Assemblyman Todd Gloria, D-San Diego. This law mandates that applicants for concealed carry licenses undergo a minimum of eight hours of training, and that they demonstrate proficiency in both shooting and the safe handling of firearms. This law is already in effect.
SB 1346, by Sen. Hannah Beth-Jackson, D-Santa Barbara. This law bans the manufacture and sale of bump stock and burst trigger devices that enable a semi-automatic firearm to shoot in rapid-fire bursts. This law is already in effect.
▪ SB 1200, by Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley. This bill adds ammunition cartridges and magazines to the list of items that police can confiscate as part of a gun violence restraining order. This law is already in effect.
▪ AB 3129, by Assemblywoman Blanca Rubio, D-Baldwin Park. This law prohibits anyone convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense after Jan. 1, 2019, from possessing a firearm for the rest of their lives.
▪ SB 1100, by Sen. Anthony Portantino, D-La Cañada Flintridge. This law prohibits anyone younger than 21 from purchasing a long gun, such as a rifle or shotgun, from a licensed firearms dealer. However, the law includes an exemption for law enforcement officers, members of the military and anyone who possesses a valid, unexpired hunting license.
▪ AB 1968, by Assemblyman Evan Low, D-Campbell. This bill prohibits anyone who has been hospitalized more than once in a year for a mental health diagnosis from owning a firearm for the rest of his or her life. This law goes into effect in Jan. 1, 2020.
California lawmakers are already gearing up for a fresh push for tighter gun control measures. One such measure is a proposal by Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-Greenbrae, to tax the sale of all semi-automatic firearms in California, with the revenue going toward community violence prevention programs across the state.
Yes, I’m still trying to locate the dead thing.
Where is Polonius?
In heaven; send hither to see: if your messenger
find him not there, seek him i’ the other place
yourself. But indeed, if you find him not within
this month, you shall nose him as you go up the
stairs into the lobby.
I suppose you already “nose” him.