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Monday, March 30, 2020

soft secession


SOFT SECESSION
Look back at the last two months. A LOT of crap has changed. Every governor, county commissioner, mayor and chief dog catcher is now a little tinpot dictator. And think about politicians. These are spineless jellyfish, failures at anything real in life. They were just given a whiff of ultimate power, a chance to lord it over those better than them. Of COURSE they are going to abuse the power. It is the school nerd given superpowers to punish his jock tormentors.
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Surely most of you have watched Breaking Bad, and then, after having watched it again a few years later, STILL don't have enough of that wonderful show and start watching Better Call Saul. Which is even better than Breaking Bad. If you ever thought, “a show about lawyers?”, no. Stop right there. It is superior television. Anyway, the one beef I have about that show ( and that is hard to do, as it is near flawless ) is that they make Saul the bad lawyer. In my view, he is the BEST a lawyer can get and the rest are far worse.
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Lawyers are a lower form of life. They are like officers in the military. There are a few good ones, but that percentage is so insignificant that it isn't even worth searching for them. And for any of them that said, “I went to school to fight for the innocent, but too late discovered the system was corrupt, but I needed to work”, well, double hump you. If you are screwing people for money, that is bad enough. If you do it knowing it is wrong, that is even worse. No job has a lifetime guarantee. Learn to code, bitches.
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So, I tried to spare the feelers anyone that was an officer, or is a lawyer, but by and large you'all are scumbags. At least officers retire after twenty years and we can pay them off to do no more harm. But a lawyer? They become politicians. They spend sixty years screwing over everyone, and the last half of that is made worse by age related diminished mental capacity. The only thing worse than a lawyer is a politician and the only thing worse than a politician is a politician in a low level position trying to work his way up the food chain to Lucifer's position.
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And these are the scumbags we have becoming Little Stalin's right now. Low level scumbags with aspirations to rise to the highest level of asswhoreness. No one ever respects a mayor, a nerd in a necktie shuffling paper when not getting kickbacks from the mob to build an unneeded school out of substandard concrete mixed with anthrax and Fuki irradiated water. What better revenge than to mobilize all the police into his personal Elliot Ness squad of enforcers? He declared that business a non-essential one, dammit, and these pathetic civilians shall tremble at my feet!
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Seen the meme of the money printer? Boeing asks for $50 billion and Brrrrr goes the printer. A small business owner asking for two grand? Sorry, printer broken! Smelling the bloated carcass of 2008 TARP yet? The politicians are gleeful at the chance to assume power and punish all the small fry. WE are just scumbags, and from the overrated ( for freedom ) state of Texas, the same place Beto wanted your guns from, now there are calls to kill the seniors to save the economy. Social Security? Sorry, printer broken! See a pattern here? State politicians take the heat for implementing communism.
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Now, don't get me wrong. I am not saying the locals are the Feds lapdogs. Yes, they play the part, to vacuum in the feds money for “disaster relief” ( yeah, it is a disaster their budgets are low. They don't care that people are dying-not of the virus but from crime and lack of food ), but the issue I see here is that these pathetic meat sacks are going to get a whiff of the grape, and it is such an intoxicating smell. Like a healthy fresh female crotch, you just want to dig in for seconds. These petty tyrants will not be happy to surrender this new found power.
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We've already had a period of states getting away with ignoring federal dictates. It was all fun and games, while the states were doing the dirty work of being the illegals open door ( “no ID required, vote as many times as necessary!” “Sharia Law? No problem, just as good as the Constitution” ) or being an end run around the Bill Of Rights ( “Jefferson screwed his slave, so ignore that refreshing the tree of liberty thing” ) . That was all just Play Time Pretend. But, once you set that kind of precedent, you invite unintended consequences. The politicians thought they were somebody special.
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You NEVER give that kind of encouragement to those kinds of idiots ( just look at Pelosi ). It goes right to their heads. Which is already filled up with the definition of “is”. Then their head swells. And they go from Retard to Full Retard. You NEVER go Full Hillary. They start to think they are qualified for leadership, when they weren't even qualified to shine the President's bunghole with their tongue. They were put into power by those in power, as a puppet. And now the puppet thinks he can pull his own strings. Nothing good comes out of this.
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But these idiots don't live in a vacuum. Much smarter people stabbed their way to the top of that local government, and will manipulate the ( mayor, commissioner, governor ) themselves. It is much smarter to rule behind the throne, protected from the assassination attempts. While the puppet is pretending to rule, his men in the shadows set up their own system of control, power and riches. And who will be whispering in the ear of the nominal head? They will seek more autonomy from Washington. And they might just do it, as the Potomac Swamp loses control economically. Continued tomorrow.
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note: food update.  Sweet Jesus, MORE damn pills to keep the NOL alive.  So, I went Full Retard at Home Despot to try to condition the soil here for another amateur attempt at gardening.  The stores running out of potatoes frightened me.  Love me some french fried tators, hmm hmph.  While in the store I simply HAD to buy more coffee.  Buy five Kroger brand, and get them each at $3.99!!!!!!!  They had potatoes-YAH!  Not many, but at least some at under $5 a pound ( I'm all for a price increase if it keeps the stores in stock ).  
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note continued: there was a decent amount of pasta even if half the shelves were empty.  One large bag of Jasmine rice and a few single serve nuke seasoned rice packs.  Absolutely ZERO dry beans, the whole section wiped, but plenty of chili and other canned beans.  Several large and a few five pound bags of white flour ( they never ran out of whole wheat, the whole time-make a note of that ).  The instant oatmeal was back to jam packed full.  Overall, I'm VERY pleased with these developments.  Granted, if we just got a few months or even weeks reprieve, thank Jesus and pass the ammunition.  Every single one of us, myself included, needs to Balls To The Wall fix any observed deficiencies.  YESTERDAY!  
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note: to John Wilder, on the comment from yesterday.  After a little more research, it seems you are correct in the figures for loss of business at restaurants.  It wasn't 30% as I surmised, but your actual 50% loss.  So the grocery food shortages were from going from supplying 50% of the population as customers to 75% ( at any given meal ).  4% of restaurants have already closed, this soon after the quarantines.  
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41 comments:

  1. At least I did resign after my six years lol. Well not really, I got medically discharged under honorable conditions. Use em up and lose em eh...

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    1. Cogs in a machine. Perhaps in your era they got desperate for more cannon fodder and actually resorted to-The Horror!-merit based promotions instead of the Mandarin system which is the norm. Perhaps the percentage of asshats dropped below 99%

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  2. hey good morning,
    Your post = 100% = no flaw found.
    Perfect as your hair.

    Regards, Suzanna

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    1. Do you see this, people? This is how you blow smoke up my ass. Learn from it. Praise the hair.

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    2. And risk your head swelling and spoiling your perfect hairline? It's for your own good Lord Bison

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    3. Hmm, yes. Point taken. Thank you!

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  3. 110% in agreement of you assessment of lawers. I spent the first 7 years of my "professional" life working for a huge law firm in the Bay Area, I feel confident saying nothing good comes out of law school.
    Q: What do you call 1,000 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean?
    A: A good start! :-)

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    1. What do you call 1,000 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean? An environmental disaster. :)

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  4. I do not see any current structures or entities of governments, at any level leaving the federal plantation. There is too much interconnected systems, dependancy, and strong coercive political-social influence to allow any free thinking leaders or groups to usurp the current system. There may be little regions (redoubter wet dreamers) that go all gadsen flagger in traffic, but it will be short lived and put down. Being a secessionist and yammering about rights and autonomy does not keep lights on or food in bellies when seiged or choked off by once upon a time old frens and neighbors. The chaos and conditions will not loosen controls allowing a libertarian amicable separation to arise. The screws will be tightened, as has always been done. Stay out of that kind of traffic.

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    1. It pays to be a federal lackey. For now. When it doesn't...

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  5. I’ve noticed a trend with these lawyer shows these days, “fighting for the underdog” kinda theme. Often, it’s some young, idealistic feminist, or minority, coming to the rescue of another female, or minority, that was done dirty by the evil white patriarchy. They might start off that way, but after a few months of fetching Lattes at the local Starbucks, and $200k in student loan debt, ideals tend to get thrown aside rather quickly :D

    Another thing I’ve noticed from watching attorneys on tv, is that it’s apparently not as difficult to become one, as I’ve always been informed. Take a dude like Giuliani for instance. You’re going to tell me that this dude (Who would fit right in with the Guido’s on Jersey Shores) is highly intelligent? Hitlery is another. Yaps like a fool, same as my mother’s useless chihuahua, at a rally, and takes on the accent of the region in which she speaks, and apparently, doesn’t seem to think it turns her constituents off (Which ironically enough, it doesn’t seem to).

    There’s gotta be a third condition. Somewhere between intelligent and dumbass. People that are not particularly bright, but can retain information easily, and are good at test taking. That’s the only thing that makes any sense?

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    1. Ex wife #2, Evil Baby Momma, had a photographic memory. She was also a dumb ass. But she could pass those tests like a MoFo.

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  6. I believe it was Ol' Remus who said he did a successful experiment growing potatoes in 5 gallon buckets.


    A personal note from the field: for whatever reason I have always bought my canned tuna packed in water. Short supply forced me to buy tuna packed in oil. OMG! It is way better for making tuna salad sandwiches. I can't believe I didn't know this til now.

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    1. Honestly I could never tell the difference. Although, not a discerning palate.

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    2. Yes of course, oil has more flavor than water, but is that really what you want? Do you prefer tractor oil or aircraft oil?

      I likes me some tuna and I always buy it packed in water. I drain the water (you can't drain all the oil) and then I add what I want if I want to add anything at all. Most of the time I just eat it right out of the can with maybe a sprinkling of a little pepper, or dump the drained can on top of a salad.

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    3. Tuna with oil has more calories than tuna with water. So if you are starving, tuna with oil is better.

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    4. You don't drain the oil before eating it? eeeuuuuww
      If you do drain it then I don't see much diff in the calories. Besides, calories ain't everything. If they were, I'd get them from a source much more calorie laden than tuna. shrug

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    5. Just looked on the Starkist site, the oil is soybean.
      Eat 3 cans and your nuts stop workin. lol

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    6. Alarmist! There is nothing to worry about, as long as you don't eat FOUR cans. :)

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  7. Great news!

    Diogenes Middle Finger -- www.diogenesmiddlefinger.com -- linked to an exciting new post by Scooter Van Neuter -- www.scootervanneuter.com -- !!!

    And all is right in the world once again.

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    1. Hey, I remember this guy. This should be good. Thanks

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  8. Top-notch hair.
    I noticed that while canned goods were being wiped out, the pressure canning section was barely touched. Lids, rings, jars and all that.
    Salt in the baked goods section was gone, while 'canning salt' had 14 boxes. Go figger.

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    1. I wonder how long that status lasts, as everyone wipes out garden seeds. And, they all come from China, right?

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  9. Prepper tip - http://www.organicsulfur-msm.ca/uploads/3/4/7/0/34705931/catalyst_altered_water.pdf
    Lots of info on the web, but this guy has done his homework. Only critique is on a bad burn don't spray it, soak it however you can.

    I've got personal 3rd-degree burn stories that rocked my world and saved me and others lots of hospital misery. No pain, no blister, no scar kind of magic. Checkout the welder who melted his polyester pants in the 60 Minutes video from 1980 with Harry Reasoner. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojW802yW2RY

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  10. just a cook commenting / found no yeast in grocery store to bake bread /found all other stuff though /
    since im a cook lol the yellow sign as per fema index just laid me off . im leaning toward tshtf . yellow sign never closes or only for EMERGENCIES. unbelievable sales drop after to go only dictate / went to a lowes and a cracker barrel is next to it . they had one car getting a togo order .
    No disrespect to the yellow sign / they have great pay and benefits. First time ive been laid off ever /working career over 40 years . town i went to was a basket case /maybe 20 %of cars on the road form 2 weeks ago . was a bad vibe out there .

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    1. And this is just the warm up to Worse. Welcome to retirement.

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  11. Two bags of wheat, a small bag of spelt, and a bag of beans minion here. One good decision that I made, was to pick up a pack of those long term, hermetically sealed, heirloom seeds, so I’m squared away, if all the seeds out there disappear.

    I just had the one bag of wheat, and it was under an awning outside, and the cloth awning had since rotted away. It was on a cement pad, but water got through the bottom of the trash can, and it got wet. I’ll keep it for seeding our pasture, but I immediately went down and got two more bags. I asked my mother if I could store it in her barn, and she said I could, so I’m good now. There was one of those heavy duty plastic barrels in the barn, with the screw on lid (You know, the one’s that they charge $80 for). After I bought the wheat, my mother told me that she doesn’t use it (face palm). Had I known, I would have got all 4 bags that they had in stock, and will probably will make another trip now.

    With regards to the economy, I think we’re totally hosed. I was thinking of ex-patting to a single dude’s paradise (Possibly the Philippines) but now I’ll never see a dime of social security (which would have been 6 years off, had I collected early at age 62). I guess I will be heading out to Elko, sooner, rather than later, to hunker down for the long, hard times. Probably all alone out there, for the rest of my life, since Nevada (and the west in general) is a total sausagefest. Should have bought east of the Mississippi, where you actually have some females, but didn’t have the foresight to think to do so. Not sure if there’s even any point in continuing on? Perhaps I’ll just accelerate the inevitable, by taking up hardcore alcoholism, or maybe, a very dangerous hobby...

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    1. Living is going to turn into a dangerous hobby, soon. I hear you, brother. I do better with female companionship myself. I live in my head too much as it is. A hermit, I'd go crazy. Hang in there.

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  12. James,
    Did you buy the potatoes to plant, or to eat? If you intend to plant them, they need to be organic, otherwise they get sprayed with an anti-sprouting spray. The sprouts, or "eyes" are what forms the foliage, which is necessary for photosynthesis. Also, potatoes are the heaviest feeders in the garden. They need lots of nutrients to have a good crop.
    Romans 14:11

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    1. Store bought are to eat. My last ( oldest ) bag that's weeks old had the bottom half sprouting. I never have a problem with mine getting eyes. Perhaps because they are room temperature, and I'm only eating half the tators a sitting I used to. So, I've got plenty to plant. Well, plenty in that I'm only trying for a half dozen plants, and using the whole potato rather than cubes. I'm following instructions on the bag, one part bullcrap to six dirt/potting soil. We'll see how that goes. Once I figure out a container for compost, I'll have plenty of material to add to that ( I need a "pretty" container-no junk allowed at NOL's place. That's why I can't tear up her lawn ). Then, if this year is a bust I'll at least be conditioning the soil.

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    2. Just make sure the container has an open bottom. Potatoes cannot tolerate any standing water

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  13. Heads up. Australia pretty much just banned guns. All gun stores are shut down to Joe Average gun owner. Pest controllers and Farmers can still buy guns and ammo. Everyone else is just S*** out of luck.

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    1. Many states were doing the same ( w/o exceptions ) by closing the shops or the background checks. Does anyone have an update? Did Trump mandate that ALL states reverse that? Does it open the background process? I haven't kept up. Bueller? Bueller?

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  14. https://www.stolenhistory.org/threads/2030-31-reset-the-global-seed-vault-the-arctic-world-archive.2378/page-5#post-45566

    somebody over there mentioned your site. They're talking about seeds and "the reset". Thought you might need a bit of cheering up.

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    1. Thanks. I didn't see it, but my eyes were glazing over a bit

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  15. Just like some people go into teaching or youth ministry to have access to young kids while others go into law enforcement in the hopes of getting a chance to kill someone, a significant percentage of people go into politics and government to fulfill a pathological desire to control other people. You can get some of that being a manager in private industry but for real control you work as some minor flunkie in a government office. You don't have much real power but when someone needs something, they have to come to you. I have a choice whether to shop at Sams or Costco but I only have one county zoning department.

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    1. I'm sure the zoning folks are getting a paid vacation now, just to rub a little salt in that wound

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    2. Actually I think our zoning guys are in the office but you can't get in to see them so I don't know what they are doing but on the other hand, when I have been there it looks like they aren't doing much when they are open either.

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    3. Office politics and Tetris will keep them busy. At least your tax dollars are still at work-what a relief!

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