Nemo Me Impune Lacessit

Friday, 17 June 2022

Quote of the Day for Friday, 17 June 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — mikewb1971 @ 8:52 AM (08:52)

“The most terrifying force of death, comes from the hands of men who wanted to be left alone. They try, so very hard, to mind their own business and provide for themselves and those they love. They resist every impulse to fight back, knowing the forced and permanent change of life that will come from it. They know, that the moment they fight back, their lives as they have lived them, are over.

The moment the men who wanted to be left alone are forced to fight back, it is a form of suicide. They are literally killing off who they used to be. Which is why, when forced to take up violence, these men who wanted to be left alone, fight with unholy vengeance against those who murdered their former lives. They fight with raw hate, and a drive that cannot be fathomed by those who are merely play-acting at politics and terror. TRUE TERROR will arrive at these people’s door, and they will cry, scream, and beg for mercy… but it will fall upon the deaf ears of the men who just wanted to be left alone.”
— Soviet Dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn

H/T Nelson Rodriguez — Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at 7:33 AM MST

Saturday, 16 January 2021

‘No One Wants To Take Your Guns,’ v. 06-24-2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — mikewb1971 @ 12:35 PM (12:35)

This one is an oldie (dated Monday, 24 June 2019) but a good one, as it puts the victim disarmer attitude up front, where we can see it (and ridicule it!) —

H/T “Gun Talk, how not to be a moron 2” Facebook page — Friday, December 4, 2020 at 12:00 PM


You heard me. No apologies. The same reason you don’t need a lion to protect your home, is why you don’t need a rifle that shoots at 3X the speed of sound and splits concrete like ice. It’s an unreasonable risk.

End the mass shooter era in America

11:29 PM ⋅ Jun 24, 2019 ⋅ Twitter for iPhone

But wait, there’s more!

Just about every time one of the DNC-affiliated victim disarmers spouts off with this sort of nonsense, there’s a “conservative” Republican who chimes in to offer support

Replying to @Nate_McMurray

As unpopular as it may be with my fellow conservative Republicans, I’m kind of with you on this.

I want us to always have the right to bear arms, has to be some limitations. I don’t want people to own hand grenades, or AR15’s with a bump stock and 100 round magazine.

10:54 AM ⋅ Jun 25, 2019 ⋅ Twitter for Android


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    3. Libertarian Second Amendment Caucus — Facebook page / Spreely page
    4. “No one wants to take your guns”Facebook page / Wimkin page
    5. Stupor Bowl Sundae Feetball Shoot — Facebook page / Spreely page
    6. The Old Drunken Old Irrvelivents — Facebook page / Spreely page
    7. The Weekly SeditionFacebook page / Spreely page / Twitter / Wimkin page / WordPress
    8. Vote Dumpster Fire — Facebook page
    9. Vote the Air — Facebook page
    10. Wood Chipper — Facebook page

Saturday, 7 November 2020

Dead Mouse on the Patio

Filed under: Life, Uncategorized — mikewb1971 @ 8:14 AM (08:14)

Sunday, 16 August 2020

Random Shots for Sunday, 16 August 2020

Filed under: Random Shots, Uncategorized — mikewb1971 @ 11:59 PM (23:59)

Today in history


  1. Posted to Facebook

    Consider setting up a presence on other networks — Diaspora, Friendica, Spreely, for example.

  2. Posted to Facebook

    So he’s going to take a weekly bath in silver nitrate solution then?

  3. Posted to Facebook

    “(She) has kept among us, in times of peace, (her Gestapo State Police) without the consent of our legislature.”

    The current infestors of the Roundhouse (at least the Demoncrap ones) are complicit with her deployment of the Super Pigs against the citizenry. They had a chance about two months ago to pull the plug on the Midget Loony Grifter, and refused to do so.

  4. Posted to Facebook

    Donate to h t t p s : / / j o e b i d e n . i n f o and h t t p s : / / k a m a l a h a r r i s . i n f o instead.

  5. Posted to Facebook

    h t t p s : / / j o e b i d e n . i n f o

    h t t p s : / / k a m a l a h a r r i s . i n f o

    Copy the URLs to your address bar and take the spaces out — Facebook is blocking both sites from being shared on Facebook.

  6. Posted to Facebook

    Toss them into the surf off the coast of Florida. Sharks gotta eat, too.


  1. Time’s Tapestry, Book Three: Navigator by Stephen Baxter
  2. Comet [1]
    1. Sliders
    2. Babylon 5
  3. KUPT 29 TV [Heroes & Icons (H&I) affiliate for Albuquerque, New Mexico] —
    1. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
    2. Star Trek: Voyager
    3. Star Trek: Enterprise
  4. ReasonMinneapolis Tells Residents With Riot-Wrecked Buildings They Can’t Clean Up Until They’ve Paid Their 2020 Property Taxes in Full by Brian Doherty
  5. BizPac Review [BPR] — Antifa fools went to Sturgis biker rally and it didn’t end well for them by Vivek Saxena
  6. The VergeScientists rename human genes to stop Microsoft Excel from misreading them as dates by James Vincent


  1. Schedule for Comet TV

Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Random Shots for Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Filed under: Random Shots, Uncategorized — mikewb1971 @ 11:59 PM (23:59)

Today in history


  1. Posted to Facebook

    What’s right with Faith No More?

  2. Posted to Facebook

    I just don’t appreciate their style.

    For what it’s worth, my favorite band is Overkill.

  3. Posted to Facebook


    I haven’t heard much of Prong, but what I did hear sounded OK.

  4. Posted to Facebook [ here and here ] and Spreely [ here and here ] —


  1. Time’s Tapestry, Book Two: Conqueror by Stephen Baxter
  2. Bret MichaelsRock My World
  3. EuropeOut of This World
  4. Overlord DVD by “Dicktor Van Doomcock”Star Wars Leak | Rise of Skywalker Production Was A Disaster Says Insider [YouTube]
  5. Midnight’s EdgeKathleen Kennedy’s STAR WARS Reign at an end, ERASED alongside sequels? [YouTube]
  6. Garand Thumb by Mike Jones — Primary Arms 2x Prism (the end of the world red dot) [YouTube]
  7. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
  8. KRQE NewsLocal News: LAWSUIT: New Mexico State Police hands out concealed carry permits to felons by Jeannie Nguyen
  9. What Da Math by Anton Petrov — FRB In The Milky Way Was Probably Caused By Asteroid-Magnetar Collision [YouTube]
  10. Military Arms Channel (MAC) — US made G36: Tommybuilt T36 – As good as a German G36? [YouTube]
  11. Bearing ArmsIt Seems ATF Behind Ghost Gun Hysteria by Tom Knighton

Thursday, 6 February 2020

Random Shots for Thursday, 6 February 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — mikewb1971 @ 11:59 PM (23:59)

Today in history


  1. Posted to Facebook

    That, and her copy most likely came from a printer located in her office.


  1. OverkillThe Wings of War
  2. Afterburner ComicsAfterburner: Tales of the Cool and the Wicked
  3. Rebellion Publishing — 2000 AD
  4. Red 5 ComicsAfter Eden
  5. The Commonwealth: The Chronicle of the Fallers, Book 1 — The Abyss Beyond Dreams by Peter F. Hamilton
  6. BBC Future from the British Broadcasting Corporation [BBC] — How did the last Neanderthals live? by Melissa Hogenboom
  7. MashableInside the failure of Google+, a very expensive attempt to unseat Facebook by Seth Fiegerman
  8. The AtlanticTechnology: Who Needs the Russians? by Zeynep Tufekci
  9. MetallicaGarage, Inc.

Monday, 18 September 2017

Random Shots for Monday, 18 September 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — mikewb1971 @ 11:59 PM (23:59)

Today in history

Comments I’ve posted

  1. Posted to Facebook here, here, and here

    Too funny to not share!

    Seth Anderson Bailey
    Sunday, September 17, 2017 at 4:45pm

    On my left, we have Hormone Disaster. Special Attack: Morning Wood
    On my right we have Nazi Walrus Special Attack: Hungry Hungry Hitler
    Who wins??? React to Choose Your Fighter!

  2. Posted to Facebook

    Most horror (especially Stephen King’s stuff) bores me to tears.

  3. Posted to Facebook

    This has been part of the victim disarmers’ schtick for decades.

  4. Posted to Facebook

    I voted for Johnson in 2016, and I most certainly do regret it. First time in 20+ years that I felt and thought that my vote was wasted by voting Libertarian.

  5. Posted to Diaspora*, Ello, Facebook [ here, here, here, here, here, and here ], Google Plus, Minds, [ here, here, and here ], Tea Party Community, and VK

    Arvin Vohra
    Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 2:58pm

    Libertarianism, as a purely political philosophy, technically allows collectivism, drug use, laziness, racial isolationism, and many other kinds of underachieving. But the free market, which accompanies Libertarianism, is far less forgiving.

    If you use a lot of drugs, Libertarianism won’t stop you. But the free market may punish you just as brutally as the state does. If your hobby makes you economically worthless, the free market holds you accountable. However, if your drug use inspires you to make great music or art, the free market rewards you.

    Don’t want to work? Libertarianism won’t force you to. The free market, however, has a different view of laziness. It won’t lecture you on the value of hard work. It will just show you the consequences of the lack of it.

    Don’t want to learn anything? Libertarianism gives you the freedom to be uneducated. The free market, however, usually feels differently. It punishes ignorance and lack of skill far more quickly and strictly than any truant officer.

    If you believe in collectivism instead of individualism, Libertarianism won’t stop you. If you make a well functioning collective, the free market may reward you. If you discover, as so many do, that great individuals tend to be drawn to individualist rather than collectivist cultures, the free market will make you pay for your collectivism.

    If you want to make a racially isolated group, Libertarianism won’t stop you. But the free market may have something to say. Racially isolated groups tend to achieve much less than their counterparts who face constant challenges and innovations. Japan during its two century isolation turned into a cultural backwater and technological laughingstock. Although its culture was entirely dedicated to war, the lack of cultural and technological competition made it no longer militarily competitive. Cultural challenges, innovation, and competition has, on the other hand, made America a technological and cultural powerhouse. Even in America, the most stagnant areas are those with only one ethnic group. The most vibrant and innovative cities have the most cultural diversity.

    Libertarianism allows you to have any belief you want, no matter how silly. But unlike statism, it doesn’t subsidize them. The free market holds you accountable for the effectiveness of your beliefs and behaviors.


    Arvin Vohra
    Vice Chair
    Libertarian Party

  6. Posted to Facebook

    We (the pre-April 2017 LPNM) tried to coalition with the local Green Party at various times between 1995 and 1998. Other times they would just show up at our Albuquerque-area meet-and-greet events and try to recruit us into their organization. Mostly, any “coalitions” that we agreed to revolved around ballot access, then the Greens would attempt to hijack our presence by bringing in the rest of their nonsensical platform — jacked-up minimum wage, global minimum wage, public funding for candidates, their version of “single-payer” healthcare, etc., etc. At which point, said coalition fell apart, the Greens couldn’t figure out why, and we wondered why we ever bothered in the first place.

Listening / Reading / Watching

  1. Quill Driver Books — 400 Things Cops Know by Adam Plantinga
  2. Alien Characters: Series 3, Episode 3 — Alien Madison by Neil A. Hogan
  3. Simon & Schuster — Whirlwind: The Air War Against Japan, 1942-1945 by Barrett Tillman
  4. PJ MediaNew Segregation Signs Pop Up in Leftist Establishments by Megan Fox
  5. — Zinke doesn’t recommend shrinking two New Mexico monuments by Heath Haussamen
  6. NewsweekMassive Sunspots and Solar Flares: The Sun Has Gone Wrong and Scientists Don’t Know Why by Alexa Halford, Brett Carter and Julie Currie
  7. ZeroHedgeFive Reasons Why America Is About To Become A Very Conservative Country by Daniel Lang via, posted by “Tyler Durden”
  8. The New York Times [NYT] — Our Constitution Wasn’t Built for This by Ganesh Sitaraman
  9. BizPac Review [BPR] — Hillary superfan Jessica Biel sued for stealing $430,000 in tips from restaurant employees by Samantha Chang
  10. Foundation for Economic Education [FEE] — 15 Supreme Court Decisions that Shredded the Constitution by Sean J. Rosenthal
  11. Avenged Sevenfold — City of Evil
  12. Chiller — The Twilight Zone (1985-1989)
  13. BBC America — Star Trek: Voyager
  14. Breitbart NewsGOP Rep: Paul Ryan Will Not Let Congress Touch Concealed Carry Reciprocity by AWR Hawkins
  15. IcePopThese Are the Most Frightening Special Forces in the World by Isabelle Garreaud
  16. Science Channel — Mysteries of the Missing
  17. Western JournalismGeorgia’s Campus Carry Law Goes Into Effect With Little Notice by Randy DeSoto
  18. The Daily Signal from the Heritage Foundation — Judge Suspends City’s Ban of Farmers Over Their Marriage Views by Kelsey Harkness
  19. Ordinary TimesHe Needed Killin’ by Tom Van Dyke
  20. Law Office of Brian Corrigan — Character Evidence in Murder Cases
  21. Cable News Network [CNN] from Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. —
    1. The Point: Hillary Clinton just floated the possibility of contesting the 2016 election by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large
    2. They live in Mexico and go to school in the US by Leyla Santiago, CNN
  22. New York PostCops’ massive salaries are robbing taxpayers blind by Kirstan Conley

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

More from California. What Did You Expect?!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 3:47 AM (03:47)


The more I see from California, the more I think that Lex Luthor had the right idea in the 1978 Superman flick


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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

My “Recipe” for “Dry Tabasco”

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 10:47 PM (22:47)

I’ve noticed that the ingredients list for Tabasco sauce is very simple: cayenne peppers, salt and vinegar.

Don’t believe me? Check the label on a bottle for yourself.

Almost makes me wonder why I should pay for the stuff at the local supermarket.

And then there are the times when bringing a bottle of liquid sauce just isn’t convenient.

Luckily, I’ve figured out a way to make a version of it that can go into a salt shaker. Here it is:


  • Cayenne pepper powder
  • Salt
  • Other spices that you deem appropriate (I personally use black pepper and Mrs. Dash’s)


  1. Put 1 part powdered cayenne pepper powder into a container.
  2. For every part of cayenne, add three parts salt in proportion. (Example: 1 cup of cayenne, 3 cups salt
  3. Add 1 part of each of the other spices.
  4. Stir the various portions until they appear totally blended together.
  5. Seal the container and shake vigorously.
  6. Use as needed.


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Saturday, 2 February 2013

IQ vs Exclamation Points

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — mikewb1971 @ 2:02 PM (14:02)

Ever notice that some on the internet can’t resist ending sentences with multiple exclamation points?

And it seems that the people who do this also have problems with getting their point across in a clear, concise manner.

That, and their postings usually have misspelled words, misused capitalization on top of the punctuation issues.

Why is it that a person’s IQ seems to be inversely proportional to the number of exclamation points that they attach to the end of a sentence or question?

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