Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The end

This guy says the world is ending September 23.

Upside: I'm letting the lawn go.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Hitler conquers another hapless country

Oh, no, wait. I meant to say that Trump retweeted a silly gif that spliced his golf swing with Hillary tripping as she got on an airplane. But that's almost just as bad, right?

Naturally, selective moralist Jake Tapper had a bad case of flared nostrils: "Incredibly juvenile, unprofessional, and sexist." [from the linked blog post at Ace of Spades].

"Obama was equally juvenile and unprofessional when he surreptitiously, and more than once, flipped his opponents the bird while pretending to scratch his nose, and when he called out the Supreme Court during one of his (interminable) State of the Union addresses, knowing full well that the justices could not respond", said Jake Tapper never (or am I missing something?).

Sunday, September 17, 2017

While we are still able to distinguish between those who is and those who ain't...

...I'd like to extend best wishes on Citizenship Day. It's also Constitution Day, so hat's off to that great document.

Mrs. Paco became a citizen on this day more than 30 years ago [update: 1984], in a ceremony held in the Orange Bowl in Miami, presided over by Vice President Bush.

Sunday funnies

Check out the new products on Pacozon!

Here's a farmer who really loves Carrie Fisher.

Probably too much yeast.

Not valid outside of Monopoly, dude (H/T: Mrs. Paco for these three)

Blackadder meets Dr. Johnson:

Yeah, me, too:

You don't want to be these people:

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Crime fighting

I don't know how useful this would actually be, but it looks kinda awesome:

BTW, here's some beautifully choreographed German riot control:

Friday, September 15, 2017

Well, Happy Australia Day, anyway

"Australia Day is scrapped in Melbourne because it is deemed offensive to Aborigines..."

Happy Feet Friday

Energetic bandleader Cab Calloway fronts his outfit in "We the Cats Shall Hep Ya".

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Caption time!

Alright, who dropped a cabbage in the dog's food bowl?

Monday, September 11, 2017

I'm tired of oatmeal

Let's try something radically different, like... cream of wheat: "Mitt Romney planning to run for Senate if Orrin Hatch retires".

There were many heroes on September 11th

This is the story of one: the man in the red bandanna.

Update: Here's an interesting story about a gun recovered from the ruins of the Twin Towers (H/T: Friend and commenter, Jeff).

Aw, c'mon, Cankles, give it one more shot

Hillary Clinton: "I Am Done With Being A Candidate".

Too bad, if true. I was looking forward to her becoming the Harold Stassen of the Democratic Party.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Sunday funnies

Ace of Spades hilariously "Republicanizes" a news article on Democratic Senator Bob Menendez, under indictment on corruption charges. He had me laughing from the first sentence:
An MSNBC host has declared that the case against Bob Menendez, Republican and sculptor of a controversial Civil War statue of Jefferson Davis setting fire to a homeless man, is not only not at all "close," but in fact overwhelming.

Also via Ace: an Irish family attempts to capture a bat that has gotten loose in their kitchen. The sheer "Irishness" of the episode is priceless:

Urban cover-ups in Russia.

A couple of items from Powerline's "The Week in Pictures":

Inspired by the "distracted boyfriend" meme...

Yeah, we better check this guy Jeff out (click to enlarge)...

It's all about priorities: "Texas National Guard halts hurricane recovery efforts to catch up on diversity training".

Scientific evidence that we have more summer in store (H/T: Mrs. Paco).

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Al Sharpton's spawn looking to create a legacy of her own

"Al Sharpton’s daughter got arrested on her 30th birthday after she allegedly attacked a cab driver and stole his keys."

Sign of the times

This sign has been popping up in the neighborhood lately:

The color and design, perhaps not coincidentally, resemble an Obama campaign poster. It apparently originated at a pro-immigration demonstration and is now, I believe, being employed as a not-so-very-veiled middle finger to the Trump administration. Note that it has been helpfully translated into several other languages, including Arabic (that ought to keep the Jihadists from your door!)

I'm thinking of having something like this made up for my yard: "Leftist stupidity has no home here". Or maybe "Haters welcome!"

Update: Haw!

(H/T: News Junkie at Maggie's Farm)

Friday, September 8, 2017

Happy Feet Friday

I found another video from the short-lived 1950s television program, "Showtime at the Apollo", featuring one of my favorite post-war jump blues pianists, Amos Milburn. And here he is...

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Kurt Schlichter faces off with Paul Ryan

Schlichter comes off like Crocodile Dundee and his Bowie knife against that street punk and his little stiletto.
So, for the benefit of us suckers, basically Ryan was against DACA when it couldn’t be undone, but is now panicking when it can be undone because it might actually be undone – unless President Trump lets Ryan roll him, in which case he deserves to be laughed at in exactly the way his Never Trump enemies will laugh at him.

Gosh, this DACA two-step kind of reminds me of Obamacare and how gung-ho the True Conservatives were to repeal it when they couldn’t repeal it and how suddenly they turned ungung-ho when they actually could. Weird. If I was cynical, I’d say that it seems like the establishment GOP has been lying to our faces for years and years, but that couldn’t be true because our establishment betters have principles and stuff.
BTW, has anybody actually confronted Ryan and asked him why DACA was unconstitutional in 2014 but absolutely essential today? I'd really like to hear his answer.

More from Schlichter:
So now there are really four political parties stuffed into two political party infrastructures:

1. Right, pro-establishment (The RINOs)
2. Right, anti-establishment (The Trump voters)
3. Left, pro-establishment (Hillary’s snobby urban corporatist jerk corps)
4. Left, anti-establishment (The Bernie/Warren/Stalin Axis of Venezuela)
The guy's a human gamma knife, going straight for the establishment tumor. Read the whole thing.

I'll probably give that one a miss

Sounds too intense for me.
When William Friedkin shot “The Exorcist” in 1973, he had never seen an exorcism, though even at the time he believed in the power of this rite. Decades later, the U.S. director came full circle when he was able to film one close up — involving violent thrashing, foaming at the mouth and screaming — thanks to Father Gabriele Amorth, who performed exorcisms for the Vatican’s Rome Diocese. The result is documentary “The Devil and Father Amorth,” which screened at the Venice Film Festival.

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Sunday funnies

Long-suffering Philadelphia Eagles fan has an interesting last request (H/T: Mrs. Paco).

Pole dancing: not as easy as it looks...

Click to enlarge...

Airman Will Stockdale takes a manual dexterity test...

For a minute there, I thought they were talking about a Paco family reunion: "Fascinating 'blob' colony found in Lost Lagoon".

Racism: it's everywhere! From Powerline's "The Week in Pictures".

New and improved Socialist Realism sculpture (via DoublePlusUndead).

The following two items are courtesy of the Woodsterman blog:

Friday, September 1, 2017

What next?

Zombie coyotes.

Happy Feet Friday

Maxwell Davis, a tenor saxophonist and music producer, is generally considered to be the father of West Coast R&B. Here he is, layin' down a fine, struttin' piece of eight-to-the-bar goodness, in "Boogie Cocktails".

Thursday, August 31, 2017

15 minutes of planning can save you 15 years on armed robbery charges

"Police arrested two men quicker than ever on Tuesday evening after they attempted to rob a bar at gunpoint, where a group of off-duty cops were also having a retirement party."

Update: The story reminded HMN, in the comments, of this Glock commercial (always worth a look):


Fascinating piece by Rod Dreher on Sally Quinn, relict of the late Washington Post editor Benjamin Bradley. Quinn turns out to be a big fan of that ol' black magic (H/T: Ed Driscoll, who adds a few droll comments of his own). But never forget: Nixon was the scary one.

Evangelicals attacked for confirming that they believe what they've always believed (let's face it: the Left's not so very subtle goal is the abolition of Christianity).

Paul Ryan (or rather, his spokesperson) on condemning Antifa: If it's OK with Pelosi, it's OK with me.

Hillary Clinton? M-e-h, she's so yesterday.

Stacy McCain wonders what evangelism and lesbianism have to do with gun control.

CNN: from fake news to fake documentaries.


Say what you will of Governor Long, he knew his Democrats and Republicans:

If the coup fails... won't be for lack of trying: Special Counsel Robert Mueller is working with NY AG (and all around Democratic hack douche bag) Eric Schneiderman on getting evidence on that ever-favorite Leftist bugbear, "Russian interference" in the last election.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Proceed with caution

I guess one needs to be careful in linking to a post on something called "Bombthrowers", but this article on H.R. McMaster is pretty interesting, if true. In any event, it's worth a look.

Frankly, the thing that represents another nail in the coffin of McMaster's reputation, for me, is that John McCain is one of his biggest boosters:
McMaster’s Senate champion was and still is Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). McCain advocated replacing Flynn with McMaster. McCain described McMaster as “a man of genuine intellect, character and ability.”
About as close as you can get, in my book, to a reputational kiss of death.

(H/T: Ace of Spades)

Another example of the uselessness of "moderate" Republicans

"Illinois Republican Governor Signs Sanctuary State Law".

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

More fakery

The story I linked to last week, about the guy who claims he had been stabbed because somebody thought he had a neo-Nazi haircut, turns out to have been bogus.

Update: My original link in this post was "bogus", too; I've fixed it. Thanks to Steve in the comments for pointing that out.

Monday, August 28, 2017

That's Texas all over

The man's going to "save some lives".

We live in interesting times, indeed...

...when fake news from The Onion sounds far less fake than the left-wing chanting coming from the networks: "[L]ocal Antifa organizers announced plans Monday to disrupt an upcoming neo-Nazi rally or whatever else is going on that day."

Always worth a look

Robert Avrech, proprietor of Sephardic Secret, always has a post on Fridays consisting of photos, usually including great shots of movie stars. I was amused, and surprised, to see that last week's post includes a mug shot of the young Cher, taken at age 13 after she was arrested for stealing her mother's car.

Pickin' pears with flair

We were lucky to get a few pears this year. Usually the squirrels and the birds get hold of them first.

Tomorrow, Maggie gets to take a train ride into Washington, DC to her grandpa's office, to get a first-hand look at the Deep State.

Sunday, August 27, 2017


(From Powerline's "The Week in Pictures")

Behold, the Antifa Babe!

But first, don't say you weren't warned...

Ok, open with extreme caution.

Sunday funnies

Robot priest? M-e-h, I dunno...

You cannot escape the duck.

Science marches on...

The perils of excessive gum flapping: Woman calls police on man looking for his dentures (H/T: Mrs. Paco).

A Portuguese gentleman with very little knowledge of English writes an English language guide for his countrymen; hilarity ensues.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Where are we going to put our heroes?

Since Arlington National Cemetery is located on land that used to belong to Mrs. Robert E. Lee's family, I suppose the only honorable thing to do is to exhume all the bodies and bury them elsewhere.

Or can we put a stop to all the bogus outrage now?


Antifa dude catches one in the 'nads; social media promptly embellishes the original video (H/T: DoublePlusUndead).

Quite possibly the stupidest thing you will see all week

Asian sportscaster Robert Lee pulled from covering UVA game because of his "Confederate" name.

Gawrsh, Mickey, I'm still baffled why ESPN is losing viewers.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017


Pretty much all you need to know, illustrated.

Update: And also, pretty much everything you need to know about contemporary Republican politicians:
Something has gone very wrong since Trump ascended. And it’s not him. He’s virtually the only one trying to do the right things. At this point, it’s clear we have a combination of sick factions in the GOP, and none of them give a damn about the party’s voters, none of them give a damn about the principles they claim to have stood for in the past years, and none of them have a clue about what they are doing.

Can I get an Amen to that?

"No One Wants to Hear About Your Woke Elementary-Schooler":
Let's state the obvious: When pundits tweet out these little stories, all they're doing is sending out THEIR opinions, but doing so in a way that a) makes them look like great parents for raising such emotionally advanced children and b) shields them from criticism. Because what kind of jerk is going to attack a CHILD, for God's sake?

Very true

(H/T: Oregon Muse, over at Ace of Spades)

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Knee-jerk leftist violence

Guy gets stabbed just because some "triggered" idiot thinks he has a Neo-Nazi haircut.

Sunday funnies

People who look like cartoons.

When statues fight back...

Robotic cowboy.

Thanks, I'll stick to beef: "Swiss grocery chain to offer bug burgers" (H/T: Mrs. Paco).

Confusing (from Powerline's "The Week in Pictures")...

During the eclipse, remember to properly equip your pets...

Hope and Crosby, from The Road to Bali:

Saturday, August 19, 2017

A fit object for our new wave of iconoclasm

Why is this memorial to a well-known woman-abuser still standing?

Nice shootin', ma'am sir

Update and bumped: According to this article, the cop was a man (and a former soldier in the Spanish Legion).

"One policewoman took on 5 drugged-up jihadis who were wearing suicide vests; she came out the victor, killing 4 of the 5 and saved an injured colleague in the mean time."

Friday, August 18, 2017

SJWs want to tear everything down...

...including Elvis Presley.

Happy Feet Friday

The soulful voice of Betty Janette, accompanied by Sammy Price on piano, at one of the Newport Jazz festivals.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Perfect symmetry!

Hillary Clinton is a liar and her pastor is a plagiarist.

Can I get a "Glory!" for sister Hillary and her confessor?

Ad absurdam

With the big move on to remove or destroy Confederate statues, it's only a matter of time before the leftists get around to pulling down statues of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington - because, in today's America, the most awful awfulness about our awful country is the awfulness of historical racism, and the ne plus ultra of racism is the ownership of slaves.

I'm astonished, as a matter of fact, that our nation's capital city is named after a privileged white slave holder. Time for a change! I suggest that we rename the city after one of our most distinguished African-American citizens (I mean, he must be; he works for MSNBC).

Ladies and gentlemen - and everyone in between - welcome to...

Sharp Town...

Update: Now they hatin' on Honest Abe!

Monday, August 14, 2017

So, am I supposed to throw in with a bunch of self-styled "anti-fascists" to prove I'm not a racist?

To hell with that; the main enemy is still the Left. American Nazis and "Aryans" are exotic kooks who have no support within the state, within academe, within the media, among the ranks of normal Americans. They did not give us ObamaCare, gun-running to Mexican cartels, a weaponized IRS, a corrupted FBI, a confused and weak foreign policy, and the freedom-corroding Deep State. Frankly, I think the nation can hold its own against a few hundred idiots marching under a Swastika. Against the machinations of the leftist hive, warring against the citizenry on every political, cultural and economic front, I am not nearly so sanguine about our prospects for survival as a free people.

One benefit of actually buying that large rural property on Booger Hollar Rd...

...would be to provide a permanent home for all these Confederate statues everyone is so eager to tear down.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Sunday funnies

A couple from Powerline's "The Week in Pictures":

"Barron Trump, Mike Pence, and their IT guy begin attack on North Korea."

My question is, what was the thing living on? (H/T: Mrs. Paco)

Another home invader. (H/T: ditto)

A dreaded affliction about which there should be more public awareness: uncombable hair syndrome. I can relate to this. Well into my teens, my nickname was "Medusa".

Well, that was sure a wad of cash down the drain: "A Swiss couple in the Maldives paid £820 to have their their wedding vows renewed in the native Dhivehi language. When the wedding video was posted to YouTube, the subtitles revealed that the minister had actually been insulting them, calling them 'infidels' and their children 'bastard swine'".


Key and Peele in "The Proud Thug".

One more from Breitbart on the Trump chicken:

That wild man of the worldwide web, TimT, asks the question we've all been wanting to ask (or would have wanted to ask, if we had thought of it).

Saturday, August 12, 2017


"Shaky" Jake Tapper has apparently abandoned his former strategy of not automatically behaving like Pavlov's progressive dog and is now encouraging the idea of an investigation of those who criticize the Left's most recent strange-new-respect figure, H.R. McMaster.

Speaking of McMaster (I'll be right here, Jake, in case you want to have your G-men friends get in touch with me), why don't we know more about his friend, Dina Habib Powell?

Mark Steyn: there are leaks, and then there are leaks.

Frankly, Mr. President, I'm expecting something better than this...

Thanks, Google! It looks like people are now taking diversity seriously.

Haw! Exactly so: "Iceberg to Rebuild Titanic".

Veeshir finds an article at Reason to be a bit unreasonable (scroll down, but be sure to read everything else there, too. It's all gold - or bitcoin or whatever it is we're supposed to be using as a unit of value on the internet these days).

It's getting increasingly difficult to actually find a piece of the great outdoors to enjoy without getting crushed in a crowd. Which is why I yearn for my own private chunk of the great outdoors. I'd love nothing more than to become squire of this 41-acre patch of bucolic serenity in my home county, on the delightfully-named Booger Hollar Road (near the hamlet of Frog Pond, within the township of Big Lick).

A patch of beauty

Thanks to some goodish rains and hot, but somewhat lower than average, temperatures, the Paco Command Center is looking lush this year.

I like mimosa trees; they provide a tropical accent, and fill the air with a sweet aroma.

The black-eyed Susans are in bloom, and competing with the crepe myrtle for attention.

And I'm really diggin' this mahogany-colored sunflower.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Lefties, you can't outdo Trump - or his supporters - when it comes to memes

Some anti-Trump guy erected a giant inflatable chicken with a Trump coif, which was intended, I believe, to show the president up as - I dunno - a coward, I guess. I'm not sure what his evidnce is.

Anyhow, Trump supporters have been having a ball with this. For example...

Check 'em all out; you'll be glad you did!

Hillary's confessor

The Right Reverend Bill Shillady offered comfort to Cankles after her election loss.
“You know one of my favorite sayings is ‘God doesn’t close one door without opening another, but it can be hell in the hallway’,” Shillady said. “My sister Hillary. You, our nation, our world is experiencing a black Friday. Our hope is that Sunday is coming. But it might well be hell for a while.”
No doubt. With all the shrieking, crying, cursing, hurling of empty whiskey bottles, it must have been hell - especially for her apostles.

Happy Feet Friday

Ella Mae Morse is back, singing a toe-tapping shuffle boogie called "Old Shanks Mare" (aided and abetted by a small group led by pianist Freddie Slack). The year was 1947.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Stamping out wrongthink

Google created quite a controversy when it tracked down and fired an employee who criticized the company's diversity policy (Daniel Greenfield outlines the story here).

This is, of course, the progressive's fondest dream: that individuals and private institutions should ultimately become so thoroughly imbued with the Approved Narrative that society would eventually wind up policing itself, without the ugly necessity of state-enforced group-think. As of right now, the fact that this story is still capable of generating a fair amount of outrage is a sign that all is not lost; how long a sufficient amount of freedom will last to facilitate this outrage is an open question.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Monday, August 7, 2017

They'll probably be shot

"A pair of 'chatbots' in China have been taken offline after appearing to stray off-script. In response to users' questions, one said its dream was to travel to the United States, while the other said it wasn't a huge fan of the Chinese Communist Party."

St. Hillary

Almost leaves me speechless, this does. A sky pilot by the name of Bill Shillady has written a book entitled, Strong for a Moment Like This: The Daily Devotions Of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

That's right, it's "a year’s worth of devotions tailored for Clinton as she campaigned for president". Given the woman's well-known bad temper, viciousness and tendency toward profanity, I rather suspect that Hillary's devotions must have read very much like the curse (actually a Bill of Excommunication) read out loud by Dr. Slop in Tristram Shandy (Chap.2 IV) - only, in her case, directed at Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump.

Sunday, August 6, 2017

The times they are a-changin'

For as far back as I can remember (and farther back than that), progressives - not all of them, but an ominous majority - have been enamored, either openly or secretly, with Russian strong men. Now, they're going all better-dead-than-red on us. Once again, Trump's impact on the leftist psyche is like the effect of an electromagnetic pulse on a power grid.

See? I was just a progressive who was ahead of the curve."

Sunday funnies

Boing! Boing! Boing!

Sibling tattoos.

How about if we honor John McCain by making him ambassador to the Grand Duchy of Westarctica? Of course, he'd have to give up his Senate seat...

T'was ever thus...

Yes, old age ought to prove interesting...

Horse wearing urban camo...

Quite the co-inkydink: "Internet Freaks Over 19th-Century Books Featuring Boy Named ‘Baron Trump’" (H/T: Mrs. Paco).

Bob Hope and the close shave...

Friday, August 4, 2017

Happy Feet Friday

Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Cab Calloway, zoot suits and fly chicks. Solid, Jackson!

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Dear Mr. President

Since you've been in a firing mood lately, I suggest the next guy to go should be H.R. McMaster, who is busily toiling away in the interests of the deep state against the interests of the country and your administration.

There's nothing like the smell of cordite in the morning

(H/T: Ace of Spades)

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Just a hunch

But I believe this guy is shaping up to be a force in the Democratic Party nationwide - and he will be a blue-ribbon winner when it comes to sheer obnoxiousness.

I guess things really are getting cut-throat over at the White House

"Anthony Scaramucci is having a bad week. He was fired as President Donald Trump's communications director - and listed as dead in Harvard Law School's alumni directory."

Monday, July 31, 2017

From each according to his subscription.... each according to his need: "Apparently Bernie Sanders Is Stealing His Neighbor's 'Washington Post'" (H/T: Captain Heinrichs).

Reboot of Seven Days in May

Kurt Schlichter imagines a more or less standard military-type coup against Trump. Which (this being Kurt Schlichter) would not be without the occasional comic incident:
Timing was everything – all the pieces had to be in place to act. But they weren’t. As the weeks wore on and February turned to March and March into April, the plotters grew anxious. Every passing day made it more likely that their plan would be leaked and exposed. It actually was exposed once – a CNN reporter did a segment headlined “Rumors of a Military Coup in Swirl in Washington” before the executives shut it down. Luckily for the conspirators it was on Chris Cuomo’s show, so no one saw it.

The main thing about Trump

Lest we forget.

Probably for the best

Wall St. big shot vs. Marine Corps General. Yeah, that was a forgone conclusion.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Sunday funnies

Bummer. Looks like North Korea's off my vacation list this year: "North Korea cancels annual beer festival".

First time I ever heard of a prison break-in for food (H/T: Mrs. Paco).

Ah, nothing like the quiet dignity of the wedding ceremony...

Sometimes it seems as if there's a law against everything.

That's good to know...

More fun with hillary's new book (from Powerline's "The Week in Pictures"):

From the Golden Age of television, here's a bit by Sid Caesar and Howie Morris: "The German General" (stick around for the surprise ending)...

Friday, July 28, 2017


Veeshir isn't interested in Hillary's new book, What Happened; he's going to wait for this one.

John McCain rides in at the last moment like the U.S. Cavalry, only to help the Apaches massacre the settlers.

McCain further burnishes his GOP bona fides by attracting the praise of Chuck Schumer (who says that McCain is as "great" as Ted Kennedy - and I don't know what's more obscene: that Schumer genuinely considers this as high praise, or that McCain will).

Perhaps nothing could have saved little Charlie Gard; but the manner of his passing - i.e., being held hostage by an officious and impersonal bureaucracy - is a disgrace.

Elsewhere in Merrie England, a Saudi businessman is cleared of a rape charge, claiming he "accidentally tripped and penetrated" a teenage girl while she was sleeping on a couch.

Kimber's going big into revolvers now. Beautiful guns, and of high quality, but kind of eye-poppingly expensive.

Happy Feet Friday

The beauteous Abbe Lane and (then husband) Xavier Cugat perform a cha-cha-cha number.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Old a**holes never die

They just keep building stronger justifications for our contempt. Isn't that right, John Boehner?
Former House Speaker John Boehner said at an event in Las Vegas last week that he used to “sneak into” the White House to see President Barack Obama to avoid scrutiny from the “right-wing press,” according to a report by the Washington Post, which obtained a videotape of Boehner’s remarks.

Boehner also lamented the fact that Americans now have too many choices of where to go for news and information.

“What’s making everything even worse today is because we have so much news, people get to choose where they get their news,” Boehner said, according to the Post. “It used to be we had three big TV networks, five big newspapers, and five big radio stations and whatever they said was the news. Everybody else followed what they do.”
Yeah, this was exactly the guy we needed running the House of Representatives during the Obama regime. All he ever did was cry in his beer and wave his bar towel in surrender every chance he got.

There's really just one party in Washington, divided into a major league and a minor league (the Republicans are the ones riding old buses and wearing patched, hand-me-down uniforms).

Full-auto fun in Finland

Ian McCollum, proprietor of the Forgotten Weapons blog, sends a ton of ammo downrange via a variety of Finnish firearms.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Your call

(H/T: Clash Daily, where a survey on this issue is running at 100% for bikinis and bacon)

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Poster philosophy

I'm going through all the images saved on my computer in an attempt to thin them out, and found some posters that offer some interesting observations. I may have posted some or all of them before, but I figured I'd put up a few that are worth a second look.

I think Trump possesses this basic instinct...

Remember that a "free lunch" always comes with strings attached...

Let's never forget how we dodged a bullet...

A special note to self-important snowflakes...


Well, that's one way

A man in British Columbia was attacked by a young grizzly bear and achieved good results by bopping him on the old beezer (H/T: Captain Heinrichs).

It only seems fair

If Justin Trudeau can shower ten million dollars on a freed terrorist, we ought to be able to raise at least a million for the children of one of his victims. See this link to learn about providing assistance to the family of Sgt. Chris Speer (thanks to Captain Heinrichs for the link).

Be the first kid on your block... own an RV with a helicopter:

Sunday funnies

Good thing she didn't just toss them in the dumpster: "New librarian finds live Civil War-era shells in her office" (H/T: Mrs. Paco)

If you're a fugitive, here's a tip: if you find yourself stranded along the road, don't flag down a deputy sheriff (also courtesy of Mrs. Paco).

Trimming the hedge, expert level:

Decisions, decisions (from Powerline's "The Week in Pictures"):

So, two "tough" guys walk into a bar in Alaska...

Kid must have pretty strict parents: "Boy runs off to Switzerland over 'bad' mark on his school report".

But how?...Never mind. Spray tan fail:

Friday, July 21, 2017

Well, Bill, have you ever considered the possibility...

...that the climate alarmists might die out first?

Happy Feet Friday

One of my favorite singers from the 1940s, Ella Mae Morse, performs "Buzz Me".

Thursday, July 20, 2017

HuffPost plans expedition to flyover country

Yeah, good luck with that:
Having made its name as a home for liberals and the blog posts of coastal elites, the recently renamed HuffPost is seeking to reinforce its new, less partisan image with a seven-week bus tour through Middle America to “listen and learn what it means to be American today"...
And, in the great tradition of fake news, Paco World News Daily (PWND) already has a few photos of these intrepid explorers, as they plunge into darkest Middle America.

Typical Middle-American slips inside OODA Loop of inattentive HuffPost reporters.

"Sorry, Jason. It's just that he was babbling aggressively about some group called 'Seventh Day Adventists', and I didn't feel that I could afford to take any chances".

"Well, I ain't never heard a' nothin' called lapin au vin, but if you're hungry, right over there's a What-A-Burger".