Tuesday, May 22, 2018

It is true that very few people in this country are buying what the "Gun Grabbers" are selling, but.......

I am sure most here are aware of Representative David Cicilline's anti-Second Amendment bill introduced back in February (aka "assault weapons ban 2018" guns are listed by make, model, caliber, etc). If not, check it out HERE and forward it to any and everyone who enjoys exercising their Second Amendment rights, Liberty, and Freedom. I do fail to understand someone who attempts to rationalize the fact that it is  "OK" to blast someone with an AR15 using a ten round magazine, but not "OK" when using a 30 round magazine (the same for pistols using six round magazines, shotguns, etc.) The author of the video below puts the truth and tactics about "gun control" into the simplest of terms. Anyone who cannot see through the deception shrouded under the blanket of "gun control" is either mentally impaired or they are feigning ignorance to camouflage an agenda which could never be effectuated upon an armed populace. Take notes. There will be a quiz in the near future.

Deo Vindice





I Think We Found The Owner.....
























When Art Takes On This Level Of Realism....



 ..I'll start taking painting lessons.



 











 The artist is Frans Mensink.
Here is a PINTEREST page of some of his art.




 

Saturday, May 19, 2018

That Moment You Realize Yo Might Not Mind a Slow Pleasurable Death..........































Uhm, How About NO!...













Google fu led me to this video about these stairs to Harihar Fort in India







Harihar fort appears to be rectangular in shape from its base village. It is built on a triangular prism of rock. Its three faces and two edges are absolutely vertical (90 degrees). The third edge towards the west is inclined at an angle of 75 degrees. A one metre wide rocky staircase with niches in it is carved out for ascending & descending the fort. There are 117 steps in all. After you climb the first rocky staircase (main entrance) we walk thru below a overhang with a sheer drop. Again one has to climb a set of steep stairs (with niches), then pass thru a staircase inside the rock and then reach the top of the fort. The view from the top is excellent. After climbing these steps, we get up to the entrance door. The fort has got a tapering plateau with a raised level in the middle. There is a small temple of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva on the plateau. A small pond is there in front of this temple. Water from this pond can be used for drinking. Making headway from here we come across a palace having two rooms in it. 10 to 12 persons can be accommodated in this palace.






I'd Pay To Take In a Pair Of Refugees....






















10 Minutes After The Cops Finished Drawing Straws On The Rooftop......















I guess the Tiger's name was MING<<<<  link