Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Senior Executive at Texas ER Chain Reveals Real Reason For Spike in Coronavirus Cases

Here is a link to the article at Gateway Pundit.

Haven't Heard Word One about this in the Media

A man in Provo, Utah was shot by an Antifa terrorist Monday night as he tried to escape a Black Lives Matter protest mob that had taken over an intersection and swarmed his vehicle. The driver reportedly received a non-life threatening wound.

I was reading the article and there is a slowed down video that zooms up on the person shooting.  Then bam, the video won't play anymore. That has  been happening a lot at Gateway Pundit

Psss on gallant governor newsom

Newsom actually believes he has the authority to dictate to people how they interact with their own friends and family at 4th of July BBQs.


So this dumbass bm guy in Iowa decides to stand in front of the governors car to stop them from driving away. Then they drive away and he is shocked they hit him. Dumbass.

Haven't found any video, but here is an article about it:


Small Solar System

If you would like to have a small solar power system to act as a backup for things like refrigerators, in case your power goes out, join the club.

Here is what I did. I purchased 6, 100 watt, 12vdc solar panels from a company called Renogy. In addition, I purchased a 40 amp mppt charge controller(mppt is supposed to be the best), a 3000 watt pure sine wave inverter(purchased from a company called windy nation *hack spit gag assholes* do not buy crap from these guys), and 10 golf cart batteries, 6 volts each. I did not buy all 10 at once, but over the course of a year. I started out with 2 and wound up with 10. I connected these with cables purchased from O'Reillys auto parts.

The inverter died after extremely little use, about 1 day after the warranty expired, and windy nation was zero help. They even had the balls to tell me You're Welcome when I told them thanks for nothing. So I purchased a 2000 watt modified sine wave inverter from harbor freight which so far is working okay. I plan on purchasing another 3000 watt pure sine wave inverter at a later date. Pure sine wave is better for electronics.

I mounted the solar panels on the roof using unistrut and copious amounts of silicone at all screw holes.  3 years later and no roof leaks. I mounted them south facing, angled to get the best sun at about noon. I mounted the charge controller and inverter on a plywood board mounted to the backside of my house. I ran 10 gauge wire from the panels to an automotive style fuseblock, 7.5 amps for each panel, then to the charge control. From the charge control I ran charging wire to the batteries.  The batteries are wired series parallel.  Two 6 volt batteries are in series, then wired parallel to the others that are wired in series, winding up with a 12 volt battery system.

From the batteries, use very large wire to the inverter. I am using 4 gauge. (The assholes at windy nation wanted to yell at me about the wire sizing instead of helping me fix my inverter). You tube and other places have wire sizing guides for you to follow. Don't use wire that is too small, you will lose a lot of energy in the form of heat.

This system allowed me to run 2 refrigerators and a freezer overnight when the power went out on Thanksgiving.  I had a fridge and freezer plugged in together. They were on and off automatically, and did not drain the batteries below about 12.4 or 12.5 volts overnight. During the day they would stay over 13 volts. I would plug the other fridge in periodically to let it run for a while. It sure beat the heck out of finding enough coolers and ice to keep everything cool.

If the SHTF as I suspect it might, you might be glad to have this system or one similar. And if the SHTF doesn't happen, you will be set for rolling power outages caused by uncle pg&e when the wind gets to blowing too hard, and the pge execs start sweating bullets about setting another fire.

The system I have described cost ballpark $3200, with me and my grandson doing the installation. Mostly me. 

If you have a solar system, please comment about yours. If you don't have one, I urge you to start researching one.

Saturday, June 27, 2020

These People Must be Really Hungry

The BM assholes are marching thru beverlyhills, shouting eat the rich. They must be hungry. Not sure when this was taken. It is from Breitbart

Don't know if this is real, or a parody.

I found this over at Grouchy Old Cripple

This Looks Like it is a Lotta Fun!!

How to Protect Your Home

I get email from a  place called Camping Survival.  I don't have a clue how I got on their email list.  I got this one today and thought I would share with you:

How to Protect Your Home & Business from Looters

Typically, when we have riots, it makes us all uneasy. While we understand the frustration involved, most of us would not think of going outside and burning up businesses in our neighborhoods and injuring innocent people. This mentality develops when people see their anger as an opportunity to steal and destroy property.
So how do you protect yourself, your family, your home, and your business from these opportunists? We will give you a few recommendations.
  1. Plant bushes around your perimeter – Thorny or tangled bushes that are hard to get through are best. Make sure to plant them in front of windows so easy access isn’t available to looters.
  2. Board up windows – If there is rioting in your area, board up your windows to prevent them from being broken and/or broken into.
  3. Get a dog – If you cannot have a dog due to allergies, put a large food dish on your porch, or a sign up warning people that you have a vicious dog . Nothing says “stay away “ better than a grumpy dog.
  4. Weapons – Make sure weapons are properly stored from children—but to have something you can protect your family with is vital during a riot. You will want to make sure that what you do have is not stored back in a closet somewhere, but is easily accessible, and even on your person, if your state allows that.
  5. Warning signs – They are not as effective as the people that sell alarm systems would like you to think, but sometimes alarm signs can make an opportunist think twice before going near your home. What works best? You will have to make that decision. Whether you get a “beware of dog” sign, or “private property” is completely up to you.
  6. Lights – Make sure you have plenty of lighting around the perimeter of your home. Motion sensor lights are great and can alert you that there is someone in a specific area. Guarding your home should be done with great care, as you do not want the lights tripped when you are outside checking that nothing is going on. Make sure you set the lights up to come on where you want, and make sure you are walking or sitting where you cannot trip them off.
  7. Motion sensor cameras – These are inexpensive nowadays and can be easily set up to have eyes where you don’t. Make sure you look into the range and how effective a picture they capture. Also make sure you can download and save data from them in case you need to use it later in court. Do your research and you will have great security even if you are not there.
  8. Keep windows and doors locked – Start a nightly routine of going around your house and making sure all windows and doors are locked. Looters and burglars are opportunists and leaving one window unlocked may mean the difference between your house being safe or not.
  9. Get advanced warning – If you have a driveway, there are plenty of motion sensors that will let you know when someone has breached an area on your property. Look into sensors and invest in one. Having those few extra moments of warning could save your life or property.
  10. Do not advertise your wealth – Keep cars in the garage and leave anything expensive out of the glaring eyes of looters. Move expensive lamps, jewelry, etc. are out of sight from a window, and lock everything valuable up that you own. Invest in a safety deposit box for things that are very valuable, and make sure everything else is completely out of sight of potential looters.
Most of these tips will work well for your home or business. You should have safety measures in place for both, along with a back up plan in case anything goes awry. For example, you can board up your windows at your business, but also having a motion sensing camera inside is wise in case intruders get through the boards. Do not assume one layer of protection alone will work. Have a plan B.
In order for opportunists to strike your home or business they simply need the time and desire to do something, make it difficult for them to use this opportunity to take from you and your family.

Me, this morning

This is me, putting off mowing my lawn.

Super Kayleigh

Found at Wired Right

Friday, June 26, 2020

Calif. Covid by the Numbers

Article at Calif. Globe

Crazy Covid Times

I am seeing the news and hearing the news about how covid is making a resurgence everywhere and OH MY GOD! we have to do something---again.

I say it's all bullshit.  I don't believe covid cases are rising any more than they were doing before.  The assholes don't want us to be free anymore, so they are manufacturing this covid crisis again. And succeeding in instilling fear into all of us.

Wear your masks, stay 6 feet away, don't gather more than 12 people, but if you have more than 12 people be sure you are rioting, as that is the only acceptable large gathering we will let you have.

What is the solution to stop all this? Hell if I know.  For now, when you go into a store, tell em to stuff it on mask wearing. I told that to a teller at a gas station in Tracy, and I thought she was going to faint when I said that.  

Start checking your preps, how much food and water do you have? Can you last 3 months or more if the shit really goes south?

If you don't already have some spare cash, start socking some away.
Obviously, more is better. Buy some lumber, keep it at your house for boarding up windows, doors, etc. Maybe some rolls of plastic. 

I think by Nov. 3 this whole country is going to be tits up and needing a bath desperately. 

What do you guys think? Am I wrong?

This is the Future

My grandson is moving into his first apartment/house tonight. I envision this for his future:

Blue Protesters

Friday Night Memes

Thursday, June 25, 2020

That Amendment About Gun Ownership Suddenly Seems Oddly Relevant

From American Gun News comes this: 

First, there’s the argument that only cops should have guns, because the cops are there to protect you. If you’ve ever made that argument as a good liberal, that probably seems really silly after watching Minneapolis. Remember that part on the third night of riots when the police – the only ones with guns on the streets of Minneapolis – ran away from the looters? The only ones with the guns in that scenario, who were supposed to protect the people of Minneapolis… ran away.

Here is a link to the article.

Social Distanccing Robots

Have you ever watched sci fi movies? At the beginning of some of them, you might see a scene where the city is all but destroyed, and the brave freedom fighters are in hiding from drones in the sky above them.  Then one of them pulls out a lap top and connects to the drones and flies them away, or causes them to explode or something. 

According to This Article that time may not be too far away.

Don't Piss off Everybody

A Virus Outbreak! | The Rookie

The US Navy Restricts Sailors

The US Navy Officially Becomes a Prison for Sailors


Monday, June 22, 2020

Has Anyone Heard This about Search Warrants in Utah?

Utah now has the strongest protection of your private data, including cell phone contents, by requiring police to get a search warrant before access. Law enforcement fought HB57 but lost to the Constitutional protections of the 4th Amendment. ⁃ TN Editor

Specifically, HB0057 does the following:
  • Requires the issuance of a search warrant to obtain certain electronic information or data.
  • Necessitates that when someone’s electronic data or information has been obtained there will be notification.
  • Declares that electronic information and data obtained without a warrant be excluded from consideration in legal cases.
  • “Electronic information and data” was defined as being any information or data including a sign, signal, writing, image, sound, or intelligence of any nature transmitted or stored in whole or in part by a wire, radio, electromagnetic, photoelectronic, or photo optical system. The definition includes location information, stored data, and transmitted data of an electronic device
I have never understood why so many people think search warrants are not required for things like your phone, etc. Seems to me like the amendment that requires search warrants is explicit. Here is the text of the 4th amendment of the Bill of Rights:

Amendment IV

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Seems to be quite clear to me: persons, houses, papers, and effects. Is not my phone an effect of mine? 

Frasier talks to citizen of CHAZ

I saw this over at Woodsterman

Here are a few stupid jokes to start the first day of the week, which is always stupid.

What is red and smells like blue paint?  Red paint.

What do lawyers wear to court?  Lawsuits.

How do lumberjacks know how many trees they've cut?
They keep a log.

What should you do if you are being attacked by clowns?
Go for the juggler.