In Case You've Wondered

My blog is where my wandering thoughts are interspersed with stuff I made up. So, if while reading you find yourself confused about the context, don't feel alone. I get confused, too.

If you're here for the stories, I started another blog:

One other thing: sometimes I write words you refuse to use in front of children, or polite company, unless you have a flat tire, or hit your thumb with a hammer.

I don't use them to offend; I use them to embellish.

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Just Thinking

We have us a Supreme Court justice nominee. There's a promise of a fight, which can be avoided if McConnell thumbs his nose at the Dems, calls for a vote, and laughs his way to a better legacy.

I've been watching some shows about living off the grid. They're interesting, since many have houses made with a lot of mud, stoves made from lightweight steel, no running water, and a tree for a restroom. I'm thinking they should have a show in the future highlighting these efforts of isolation. I don't think they'll find much to film, but I may be wrong. Regardless, the foundations, building materials, and lack of sewage system usually lead to a lifestyle not only uncomfortable, but unsanitary; if not dangerous.

The protesters are still active, although the media isn't showing them nearly as often. Maybe one of the brighter members of the media realized they were not only defeating their purpose, voters were deciding whether they wanted peace, or riots. 

It appears the wearing of a mask is not only unnecessary, the demand is an infringement on civil rights. Of course, the nervous Nellies think otherwise, and many politicians think the same. Time will reveal much about this "pandemic", but never truly relate the terrible consequences of the reaction Hopefully, this all leads to a citizenry that never falls for such foolishness again. 

Those pre-cooked meals they're advertising look delicious, but when you look up the prices, they damn well better be. You can feed a family for the cost of one. Of course someone actually has to cook to save that much. 

Dewayne Johnson is endorsing the Biden Harris debacle. I thought he was smarter than that. I guess I'm wrong, and will be determined to not watch any of his movies. I can't support anyone that supports enemies of the United States.

The NFL is rocking along, although the organization is surely starting to feel the crunch. I know many former NFL watchers than now harass anyone they know watching a game. It's a good thing, since the NFL pays what I call traitors. The amount of revenue can't be anywhere near what it was before. The players may have to renegotiate their contracts when that's the only option other than bankruptcy.

That's all for now. It's Sunday, and tomorrow is another work day.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Kick Them When They're Down

 After all the years of Democrats playing dirty, ignoring rules, refusing to demand integrity, and pushing through legislation harmful to the United States, it's time to kick them while they're down. Push the new Justice through, watch them react, and squash them like bugs, if the decide to push for violence. 

Monday, September 21, 2020

They Can Leave

 There are quite a few people that are doing everything they can to destroy the United States. They think the founders were terrible, the system should be changed, and government allowed to tyrannize at will. My recommendation is they leave. Leave now, or forever shut up.

Btw: Don't let the door hit your ass on the way out. 

Sunday, September 20, 2020

What's Good for the Republic?

 It's apparent the Democratic Party isn't a party for the United States. The constant attempt to destroy the Constitution, and promote the destructive systems embraced by Marxists, will continue, until they either succeed in destroying the United States, or they're prevented from their quest by citizens that are not willing to lose their liberty. 

The attempt at unseating the President with a fabricated investigation, a clownish impeachment, a fake virus, and violence failed. They will push for a legal decision by the Supreme Court in the hope they can delegitimize the election to create a constitutional crises. Without a nine justice court, the decision could be split, and the result a disaster. Remedy for such a situation is not detailed in the Constitution, and their hope is appointing someone to be President. 

It's President Trump's immediate duty to appoint a new justice, and the Senate's responsibility to place that justice on the Supreme Court. With this, the Constitution will survive, the Democrats will fail, and the republic will be safe. 

Here We Go Again

 Over the last three years, we've had hurricanes, or tropical storms, that slowly moved up the coast and drenched us with rain. Two of the events led to total rainfall in the dozens. Homes were flooded, business came to a screeching halt, and the flood plain elevations changed. 

We have another one on the way. I'm watching it, and hope most of the rain stays in the Gulf.

They Don't Want This

The Democrats are howling, and the howling is about a replacement for Ginsburg. Regardless of their howling, it's appearing there will be a new justice before the Presidential election, and the vast majority of voters will vote for Trump.  How they react will be seen, but they need to start realizing they're far outnumbered. 


 Thousands are honoring the death of Justice Ginsburg, but never mourn the tragic death of those infants pulled from their mother's womb, and had scissors stuck in the back of their head. 

Saturday, September 12, 2020

I Blame the Education Sytem

 During the last century, millions were starved, tortured, and outright murdered by the supposed champions for the common folk. Those around during the worst of it, were horrified and if they could, rejected the systems of government that performed these atrocities. 

The names of these government systems varied, although they all called for the disarming of all citizens, the stealing of wealth, the seizing of personal property, the abolishing of religion, and the ultimate enslavement of those the governments were supposed to represent. Voting was a farce, the leaders lived the life of luxury, and anyone that stood in their way was destroyed. 

Today the atrocities continue. China is an example. So is Venezuela, but those being educated are not reminded constantly of the history of these forms of government, and the demand for embracing the liberty demanded by the Constitution. Millions died horrible deaths, yet it's as though it was all just part of an inconsequential fiction novel. 

Many are mad at the media, me included, but it's not at what they report, but at what they don't report. Those in the media can't be blamed completely, since they passed through the education system, were indoctrinated, and now are content to be receive glory for the years they continue the narrative. They blissfully accept the money, and prestige, for the years they worked to receive the education that washed away their ability to think critically. Most are blissfully unaware they had their brains washed, and on any day pass the graves of those that died to prevent the system they now embrace. 

I blame this on the education system. Those entrusted to teach failed in their duty, and the result is a large amount of the citizenry thinking they are safe from the murderers that long to control their destiny with evil intentions.

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Investment Madness

 High yield bonds are forecast to default at a 40% higher rate. I'm guessing those that invested in these bonds have been sweating for the last few months, and will continue to sweat for the distant future. Even if the issuer of the bond manages to get out of their financial problem, the possibility of this to happen will not be soon. To make things worse, if bankruptcy raises its ugly head, the final return may be pennies on the dollar of the original investment; and such things as pensions may lead to court decisions that leave absolutely nothing for the investor. Regardless of the outcome, long periods of time pass without an answer, and without money to invest in something more profitable. 

Investing is always a gamble, and with the Covid madness,  investing in municipalities with a bad credit rating is betting on an inside straight. 

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

A Short Trip

 I took a short trip West to the Balcones Escarpment with my wife over the last few days. It's only about a 5 hour drive, so an early start gets you to the area before noon. I know some are wondering what the Balcones Escarpment is, which is not the usual term. Most call it the edge of the Texas Hill Country, although that really doesn't describe some of the area. 

I started to write about the mountains called hills, the crystal clear Frio River, and the beautiful scenery surrounding the area, but my words can't describe what can be found on the internet in photos. Regardless of the scenery, the trip was one of the peaceful, quality time ventures my wife, and I, take every once in a while. We need it, because it allows us to deflate, wonder about things of the past, be awed by God's creations, and allows long moments of just being together. It's a good thing. 

Thursday, September 3, 2020

This Might Happen

 The Democratic Party has gone completely insane. It's probably because they know their continued effort to "diversify" the U.S. led to a big tent of terribly incompetent people, and Communists. Regardless of the reason, Nancy Pelosi might have determined a fate she probably won't like.

Nancy went and had her hair done in direct disregard to the narrative of isolation. When you consider her advanced age, the fear mongering that dictates she's a prime candidate for dangerous Covid symptoms, and the desperation of her party, their solution to the faux-pas may be insuring she gets the virus, and the removal of an embarrassment that makes the party look really bad. It's a win-win for the party, and gives them a little traction in their effort to destroy the Trump Administration.

Time will tell what happens, but it will be interesting.