Monthly Archives: April 2013

It doesn’t look like much, does it?

I’m up at the cabin, having made a trip to dry hop my latest batch of Racer 5 clone. That took about ten minutes, so I made myself useful and did this: I split some of the wood from a … Continue reading

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The Little Way of Ruthie Leming

Not many books grab me like this one did. Even with books I like, it will take a week or two to read them, but I blazed through this one in a couple of days. I’ve followed Rod Dreher’s work … Continue reading

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We were holed up at the cabin

We holed up at the cabin this weekend to escape the terrorism and manhunt in Boston. I had my guns locked and loaded and Farley was on high alert. Our precautions paid off, and we are safe. In the meantime, … Continue reading

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I just had another fund-raising call from the NRA

I used to be a member of the NRA, but it was only so I could piss off my Teahadist friends by showing them my NRA card alongside my ACLU membership card. I gave up the NRA membership years ago … Continue reading

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Claritin D federal registry

The last time I bought Claritin D at my local Bartell’s I had to show my driver’s license and sign what appeared to be a FEDERAL REGISTRY! Why can I buy a handgun or assault weapon at a gun show … Continue reading

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Walter’s Book Club

Faithful readers may remember my pledge earlier this year to read at least one book a month, and¬†preferably¬†two. Well, so far I’m ahead of my minimum goal. I did finish Death of Bees, which for the most part, in spite … Continue reading

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Guns and votes

Voting and owning guns are both fundamental American Constitutional rights, right? So why not have the same ID/background check requirements for both? Just wondering…

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