Fish Or Man

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Check Out Your Reflection In My Stock???

It appears you need lots of stock, (money that is), to compete at the 1000 yard shoots.

Kirk went to a 1000 yard shoot and has left us lots of "modern" gun p0rn to check out.

Alphecca Likes Fish Sticks

PETA does NOT: (caution: PDF file. Just go to Alphecca for full html story)

...Your daddy waits until hungry little fish are tricked by what looks like a tasty lunch. Once they bite down and the sharp hook rips through their lips, your big, strong daddy yanks them out of the water and takes them away from their friends forever!

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...So after your daddy yanks them out of the water, the poor little fish flop around gasping for air. They are scared and in pain as they slowly die of suffocation.


Much like those dogs and cats must have felt like in the back of your PETA van.

Anyway, thanks Alphecca. Using this post on fish I reach my once a month required "fish post" to keep my blog title honest, "Fish Or Man"

(sidenote: had fish sticks for dinner tonight)

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Shaun Kranish

The founder of ICARRY.ORG arrested for disorderly conduct. Concealed Carry, Inc looks to have covered it first with comments and discussion on topic at ICarry.org.

Basically charged with disorderly conduct for having the letters "ICarry.org" on a jacket and wearing a leg strap fanny pack/possible holster, (empty though it was). Having experienced similiar treatment recently with "our armed protectors" I left the remaining of this post in comments at both locations:

"His civil rights were violated and these people need to be dealt with in court."

Sadly, the courts won't do much of anything to deal with these tyrants... you see the courts are full of them too, and they WILL protect their own.

I found out in a very similiar manner in Ellensburg, WA.

Shaun, save your money... if the gun rights community doesn't stand up in a big way for your defense, take the plea, (if it leaves your record clean), and fight another day.

Our government, (justice and executive branches specifically), will not allow the kind of changes that need to take place for individual liberties to even be acknowledged. It's become a socialists wet dream that they will fight to YOUR death to keep.

True freedom was so long ago, 99 percent of us don't know what we have lost, (because it was stolen from us before our birth).

By no means am I saying give up the fight! But two piece of crap tyrants, (who will no doubt be protected by 50 more in a system designed by them), aren't worth anymore then the cost of "tar and feathers".

The fight you have is with the mindset of your fellow citizens. Those protecting this system have already decided to be willfully destructive of the rights of the "civilians".

Either way, I'll be following your story and wish you the best. My story looks to be leading to the court of appeals, since the superior court judge is still doing his best to protect this system.

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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Vacation Over

Well, it wasn't a vacation, but I did "get" to travel. This is the first time I've been home for more then 2 days in well over a month. Internet access has been limited and work days long, (getting up at 5:30 feels like sleeping in).

$700 bones were dropped on the transcript of court proceeding in the appeal of the Ellensburg case "warranting alarm for the safety of others" for open carrying a handgun. Court date bumped up to Dec. 5th.

Was behind the times in finding out the gun guy moved to The Nation of Riflemen.

Found out about this news story fairly quickly, (I think). Have only seen info on it at The View From North Central Idaho.
"Clocked at 95 MPH in the 65 MPH zone, the convoy of about a dozen vehicles was asked to pull over by Augusta County, Virginia Sheriff's Deputy Michael Roane. Six of the New Jersey police sped away without stopping."

"In what was described as an initially hostile stop, Roane politely asked the New Jersey officers to turn off their lights and slow down. The Passaic officers claimed that returning from helping with Hurricane Katrina rescue duties gave them the right to speed."