1. I hope you live long enough to have your grandchildren watch video of what is happening in Minneapolis and thank you for moving the family.



  2. Race Realist… Race Realist! That’s Bad think!!!

    DT your old enough to remember Doom when it came out in the early 90’s. When I came out you needed a 386 computer, 20mb of hard drive space and an incredible 8mb of RAM! It’s amazing to see how far computing has come in those 30 years.

    Which brings me to this…

    Are you worried about the increase in tech and search engines ability? The future likely will allow people to search voice and sound there by demasking you with some video you did in college or an interview you may have done on TV?! I’m sure big tech has pilot programs and I’d bet large governments already can and do do it. But soon the average person will have that ability.

    Then the Nazis will forever label you a racist… It’s what deters me from podcasting… hell even blogging!

    The steps you have to go through to remain anonymous in the age of Never Forgotten.


  3. How thick is the forest canopy typically in the Black Hills? How long could a patriot play a game of hide and seek against killer drones patrolling the sky overhead? Are streams, criks, ponds, and lakes easy to access in the forest? Do the children know about the Soviets using landmines disguised as toys when they were trying to liberate the carpet kissing bacha bazi enthusiasts?


  4. DT, you are not going to believe this, but there is a game/comic book store in the Chicago area that posted on facebook that they are not going to board up because they felt it was ‘being hostile’ towards the ‘protesters. They even posted photos showing that they are leaving fruit, bottle water and sandwiches out front plus wrote on the sidewalk that they will give first aid to the ‘protesters’.

    Hopefully, the people they are helping really are peaceful protesters but I think they are taking a big chance that radicals do not take advantage of things and people get hurt.



  5. Police Chief Forced To Resign After Supporting Citizens Who Armed Up Amid Riots:

    “Responding to phone calls that 2nd Amendment demonstrators were open carrying down Main Street, Bukala wrote on the Lowell Police Deparment’s Facebook page on Tuesday: “We are aware and no need to call us,” adding “We at the Lowell Police Department support the legally armed citizen and the Second Amendment,” according to WZZM13.

    After a flood of complaints as part of what WZZM says was a “pattern of inappropriate behavior,” the city manager told Bukala to resign by 5 p.m. on Friday or be fired at 5:01 p.m.”

    “According to the city manager, Bukala was cited for violating city policy, including “conduct unbecoming of a police officer,” adding “Personnel shall not allow personal feelings to influence their professional conduct.””

    Apparently, exercising ones’ second amendment rights is nothing more than a ‘personal feeling’.


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