Which country is the World Leader in internet searches for child rape, donkey and horse sex, and….camel sex?

h/t  NES.

I know you’re just dying to know and you want to date someone from that country as soon as possible.

You'll only cheat on me with your camel.

You’ll only cheat on me with your camel.

So who can it possibly be? Aw c’mon, take a guess!

Let’s see, um…….this disgusting Godless infidels in the USA!

Nope.

Denmark!  So liberal! Anything goes!

Nope.

I know! France!  Godless pigs, all of them!

Nope.

Um……..How about Japan? Those Budhists!

Nope.

Why……..it’s ………Pakistan!

In the Middle East! I know you are surprised and I am too! I mean it is very clear that these guys are cheating on their goats.

I’m sure I’ll be getting lots of new hits from Pakistan after posting this. After all, the title fits their search ambitions to a Tee. I’ll keep you posted on that.

Sharia! For the Morally Pure Only! A place in your life where you can rape babies and have sex with camels, but don’t you dare be a homosexual or accidentally show some arm skin under your burqa. You could be executed for that bad shit.

145 Responses

  1. Now how could I have ever guessed! ;lol:

  2. Those damned penguins keep moving. :evil;

  3. People write the stupidest captions for cats. Note slide #4 in particular. Anyone who actually KNOWS cats would never say this….

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/uknews/9612986/In-pictures-David-Camerons-cat-Larry-Chief-Mouser-of-Downing-Street.html

  4. Another ignorant judge defending yet another cockroach. 6 years instead of 16 years is what got him all flustered about whether a vagina was shredded, shut down or screw driver mutilation ready. This guy must have went to the same school as some Red team congressmen.

    http://news.yahoo.com/calif-judge-says-victims-body-prevent-rape-023033459.html

  5. FF, that cat is looking at the woman saying, “Tell this schmuck to get his paws off me or it’s not going to be pretty”. The body language of that cat indicates Obama sneaked in a ‘pet’. You can tell Obama is definitely not a cat person. His pet is tentative and perfunctory. He’s leaning back away from the cat, kind of recoiling. His body language is very telling. If someone weren’t holding him captive, Obama would have never been able to get near that cat. As with dogs, he never had a cat. Bet on it.

    I have a link somewhere about that cat. It seems the big guy inherited him when he moved into Downing street and was going to give the cat the boot, but then thought better of it PR-wise.

  6. Pengys and snowpeoples – the times they are a-changin’.

    Poor goats, they must feel so abandoned. Maybe they should put on some lipstick and try to win back their men?

  7. I never heard of Larry the cat before. I looked him up out of curiosity after reading Upps comment.

    Here’s the wiki page – for what THAT is worth… (It too has the bo pic)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_(cat)

  8. I wonder if Larry isn’t the original cat then. I specifically remember reading they inherited a cat when they moved in and there was a kerfluffle about it. Larry according to wiki is fairly new. Interesting.

    I see Larry is nervous around men. he was a recsue so some guy probably treated him badly in his former life.

  9. And what kind of rickety place is Downing that they have rats running around and PMs throwing cutlery at them? Shiver…

  10. Uppity! You should be ashamed! This post is gonna hurt the feelings of a lot of Taliban in POCK E STON!

  11. I have some links NES sent me a long time ago. Apparently bondage and fetish industry thrives there in pakistan.

    KARACHI, Pakistan — In Pakistan, a flogger is known only as the Taliban’s choice whip for beating those who defy their strict codes of Islam.

    But deep in the nation’s commercial capital, just next door to a mosque and the offices of a radical Islamic organization, in an unmarked house two Pakistani brothers have discovered a more liberal and lucrative use for the scourge: the $3 billion fetish and bondage industry in the West.

    Their mom-and-pop-style garment business, AQTH, earns more than $1 million a year manufacturing 2,000 fetish and bondage products, including the Mistress Flogger, and exporting them to the United States and Europe.

    The Qadeer brothers, Adnan, 34, and Rizwan, 32, have made the business into an improbable success story in a country where bars are illegal and the poor are often bound to a lifetime in poverty.

    If the bondage business seems an unlikely pursuit for two button-down, slightly awkward, decidedly deadpan lower-class Pakistanis, it is. But then, discretion has been their byword. The brothers have taken extreme measures to conceal a business that in this deeply conservative Muslim country is as risky as it is risqué.

    It helps that the dozens of veiled and uneducated female laborers who assemble the handmade items — gag balls, lime-green corsets, thonged spanking skirts — have no idea what the items are used for. Even the owners’ wives, and their conservative Muslim mother, have not been informed.

    Don’t know if the link works anymore. I refuse to login to the dirtbag NY Times.

    http://nytimes.com/2009/04/28/world/asia/28fetish.html

  12. NES gets the best shit on Pakistan. Like she always says, “I don’t have a Nationalist bone in my body”.

  13. Uppity @8:33
    We’ve had rats running around the White House since 2009. Why not 10 Downing Street?

  14. leslie you’re landing in spam because you did that D thing, changed your ID.

  15. We have had rats running around the white house since 2000.

  16. true.

  17. true story – rats in the WH since 2000. I think I’m still refusing to accept GWB and the GWB years were an utter nightmare that I’ve tried to “get over” since 2000.

  18. The mind is a wonderful thing that way. In the face of a current horror you can at least put a previous horror further back in your horror files.

  19. I’m off work today and taking my daughter christmas shopping. Leaving now for the fun time we always have. 😉

    BBL

  20. Oopsie. I forgot about the(D)

  21. OT, but… Team Hillary Clinton posted a video of their FB page showing Lindsey Graham praising her as the best SOS in his life time. And, except for the recent dust up over Susan Rice, I’ve always respected Graham. He’s my kind of RINO!

  22. Back on topic, this reminds me of a talk I attended by Justice Scalia where he brought up the topic of human rights and the difficulties in defining them for the purpose of international law. Here’s a good example. Culturally, the goat people don’t see anything wrong with violating children or women. Much ado about nothing to them. evolution has not yet kicked in.

  23. Hugo, evolution has not only not kicked in with these people, it has been replaced by Regression. Seriously, the more you dig and read about what is and isn’t okay with them, the more you wonder if you are dealing with something akin to pithecanthropus erectus.

  24. Hugo, Lindsey would be a lot happier in life if he would just admit he’s gay.

    Also, when I look at him, I can’t help but think he face is not finished.

  25. HAHAHAHAHAHA! Nice, Upps!

    PS: Thousands of goats have visited their divorce lawyers.

    (Btw, the link to the NYT article is still good.)

  26. As for the Craig pic I posted on the last thread….

    Leslie: ROFL — anytime pal! Consider it your stocking stuffer!

    Ani: I’d just seen Skyfall and was registering my approval of the protagonist and celebrating his Bond launch. Also, all that talk of skin and dirty….

    Upps: You opened my eyes!

  27. Re “International Law”. This makes the ERA more critical than ever, lest we see “international Law” kick in with “compromises” to women’s rights, lives and safety and the punishments associated with harming them. I could envision both of these pig parties making ‘compromises’ without asking us about it. And I don’t even trust the regarding laws involving babies and children any longer. They have certainly shown their eager propensity to Rule over and Dole out the rights we are born with as human beings already

    I just do not see any areas of compatibility between the civilized west and the barbaric middle east. It’s like working with a bunch of cavemen from many centuries gone by. Like trying to draw consensus between jungle animals and man.

  28. Yeah about Craig, NES, I think I sent you one with him fixing his package on the way out of the water. That’s a keeper. lol.

  29. NES and Leslie: Daniel Craig, exhibit B

  30. My heart goes out to Sophie. This horror show of dead school kids is close to her and our Tiger Lily’s home. The whole country will mourn those beautiful innocent children with you and your nearby towns.

    RIP.

  31. See what I said about the USA being only two steps above the goatisstans ? 27 killed in yet another shooting in a school. How the flying blue blazes can folks want to kill babies. It started in a kindergarten room. People make me fucking sick.

  32. Walmart is bidding on Hostess. Those workers thought they had it bad before with their wealthy corporate execs not bowing to their greedy demands? Walmart will give them their jobs back but when it comes to ludicrous demands WM will say “let them eat twinkies” and the workers better not take any extra time on their snack break. Speed eat those twinkies and get back to work. Chop chop, time is money.

  33. “One who classroom unaccounted for”.

    “This is still an active situation”. They have not yet secured the building.

    My God, this is Sophie’s backyard.

  34. Canine dogs walking interior with police. Not sure if there is more danger.

    Entire classroom killed. Apparently kindergarten. What kind of animal does this.

  35. Moron Wolf Blitzer who needs to be pulled off TV with a fucking hook:

    Wolf Blitzer to #newtown resident: “Could you ever imagine a mass shooting in your small town?” Resident: “Well,… no” #CNN

    Yeah Wolf, EVERYBODY imagines that, you moron.

  36. My God, this is Sophie’s backyard.

    Literally.

    27 dead, 18 of them are children. Very sad here.

  37. POS Shooter is 20 year old freak named Ryan Lanza. He is dead so bleeding hearts won’t be feeling sorry for him instead of his victims. He was dressed in military assault gear.

    Sophie I am so sorry this is happening so close to you.

  38. He killed babies! Kindergarten. Can you imagine the parents?

  39. Sophie if you want to do a live blog post, feel free.

  40. Twitter and Facebook people harassing everyone named Ryan Lanza on twitter. God, these people are such assholes.

  41. CNN and MSNBC trying to interview traumatized children. These assholes have no souls.

  42. I am at work and cannot do much of anything. The blog is blocked by IT and I’m on a phone now. I have a house guest coming later, so being online might be considered rude. Right now, you are getting better info than I am because IT has all the good sites blocked.

  43. Newtown Patch
    http://newtown.patch.com/articles/newtown-community-seeks-news-updates

    Ok I see, sophie, no problem. I hope none of your friends are affected here. Must be horrible being blocked right now.

  44. BBC reporting that lanza’s mother was a teacher there and he killed her.

  45. This freak killed his mother, father then all these innocent babies. Hang his worthless dead body in the town square and let the crows eat him as a reminder to anyone thinking of doing this. Too bad he is dead. The parents ought to have had their day with him. Now we will see the gun control nuts out in mass too. No mention of the mass murder in China today with a knife. Killers kill and it matters not what weapon they choose. If good folk could carry without having to go through years of shit to carry a nut like this would have been dead first shot he took. Citizens need to be armed not have more guns taken and their ability to defend themselves.

  46. BBC has better coverage than USAnews. LIVE
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/20734267#TWEET449205

  47. Ryan Lanza’s facebook message to CNN after they decided he was the shooter, but he only had the same name as the shooter. can you say lawsuit to the next planet?

  48. My heart breaks for the families that have to try to live through this burying a baby for no reason and trying to find a new normal and live on.

  49. Lamestream media reporting that everyone in Lanza’s Mother’s classroom was killed.

    BBC knew it before these losers did.

  50. Sad sad day. I have to go to work. Hope they do not find any more dead. Sad sad day. Sick freaks all over this God forsaken world. If I had young kids they would be raised in the hills and not go to a public school. They would learn what I wanted them taught and main thing would be respect of themselves and others.

  51. I like Utah’s idea. Let the buzzards eat him.

    It’s true Killers Kill, Utah. Funny how they almost always seem to be men.Just saying.

  52. Men are 49% of our population and do just about all the mass murdering. What’s up with that?

  53. There is no New Normal when you lose a child, Utah.

  54. I know Uppity that is why I said they have to search for a new normal. Meaning they will survive but never be normal again. My husband lost his son and I know how it affects him. He had such hopes and dreams for him and bingo he was killed at 18 in an accident. There was so much robbed that day. You go on but you always miss them and wonder . Always.
    Yes interesting how you never read about a female Jeffery Dahlmer or other mass murderer. Hmm and men are superior to us right ? Take their ability to control away and what would we have ?

  55. Wow! This sure took a turn for the worse. I read only the shooter was deceased this morning.

    There have been several gun incidents in schools in my state this school year. I just don’t understand how guns can be carried into schools undetected. You can’t even enter a courthouse or big government facility these days without going through a metal detector and X-ray. But we can’t give the same protection to kids? We need to put adequate security in place and let the anti-government whiners STFU about it.

    Condolences to the families and hugs to all teachers and school administrators who have to live with this threat everyday.

  56. Well there was that one serial killer who was a woman, wuornos or something. Mostly they are tokens when you crunch the numbers, Utah.

  57. Huckabee says the CT shooting happened because we removed God from schools. Take your time to think about that one. I’ll wait.

    Looks like Huck is applying for Pat Robertson’s job.

  58. Conservatives have to find someway to spin this to keep the focus off the real issue–nutz with guns. I visited a conservative website just to see how they were coping. One loon said this happened because teachers are not allowed to carry guns to protect their students. Huh?

    And Huck must be confused. God is omnipresent. Prayers in school don’t protect kids from nuts with guns. That’s why God gave us metal detectors.

  59. Hell I need my gun to protect myself from all the crazies out there. Gun sales to women have increased exponentially ever since women finally figured out that the law protects the shitbums and not their victims and that WOMEN ARE ON THEIR OWN.

    So I am NOT in favor of making guns illegal and you can bet if they were, all the shitbags would still have guns.

    However, I do think that we need to be more cognizant when doing background checks and we should ensure that people with histories that imply they are not stable do not get guns, and that includes rifles and shotguns, which are basically a Free For All. That doesn’t mean we will stop all of these nuts but it would make a dent. I’ll bet this POS who shot these kids and his entire family has a history. And of course, we can never and I mean NEVER stop illegal gun acquisition. You and I won’t be buying illegal guns, but the scumballs will.

    And I still for the life of me cannot understand what legitimate reason there is for assault weapons. I know one would argue it’s a “right” but I have got to think people who want them aren’t really very stable to begin with. To be honest, I’ve never known people who collect too many guns to be very stable. They are usually very fractious people and pretty obsessive about shooting at things. Just my observation.

  60. I’ve glanced at comments under articles about this psycho’s deadly assault and there are a lot of people, surely all with an R after their names, who think this happened because of God. At Christmas and at a time when families are grieving the worst loss imaginable, these people are saying it is political. It is obama’s fault and the dems faults for keeping separation of church and state and not allowing the religious right to take over every aspect of a country that was founded on FREEDOM of RELIGION for one thing. Freedom from religion is important too. I am sure, if this murdering lunatic is found to be from a family with a D after their names it will all be so clear to the little self-righteous idiots who think they are better and have all the answers.

    Pat Robertson is a pandering cleric who thinks he knows what God wants us all to do but hasn’t quite thought it all through logically yet. Huckabee is a pandering politican who thinks the same. No difference.

    All the prayers in the world will not stop a lunatic with a gun from shooting a person in the face point blank and smiling about it as Loughner did. It won’t stop the oklahoma bombing from happening again with a McVeigh on the loose. It won’t stop a klebold from repeating another columbine. These people are either insane or so off their heads with drugs that they will only be stopped with death.

    Look at McAfee, does anyone doubt he killed his Belize neighbor after taking bath salts? He is getting TV interviews and is likely to sign a reality TeeVee show deal any day now… if he doesn’t get sent to prison for life or put into a straight jacket. He is likely under the eyes of the G-Men but still he has a history of gun use and violence and is living in Miami Beach amid normal families on vacation and what-not.

    Society is going to hell and has been on that path for a long, long time.

  61. I asked Santa to bring me a handgun and one of those nice little lipstick tasers this year. I have no problem with gun ownership by sane, law-abiding citizens. We do need to do more diligent and timely background checks, but I’m not sure if that addresses mentally I’ll people getting access to guns. I also have concerns about funding and staffing for gun background checks. Just guessing that like most important laws, the implementation is under-funded.

  62. Exactly Upps, you should have a gun and they should make it harder for the nutjobs to get their hands on them. I don’t know if it would work but perhaps if everyone who had a gun had to have a safe for the gun for when they are not home. Their gun could be on the nightstand, for arguements sake, when they are home but if they go out they have to have it in a gun safe. That would stop house robbers from getting their hands on some percentage of illegal guns. That type legislation, things to curb guns. More incentives to turn them in for cash, and other programs. It wouldn’t hurt to educate gun owners to keep guns away from their mentally ill children and require stringent background checks.

  63. Exactly when did we have God in schools to take out of schools. I have alwawys wondered what these people mean. I am no spring chicken and God was not part of my public schooling, I mean the only time I even remember a “moment of silence” was when Kennedy got assassinated. Nobody even knew what religion, if any, anybody was, and a a captive Catholic kid, the only concession I saw had to take place OFF OF SCHOOL PROPERTY. In High School there were lots of Catholics so we were relased an hour early on Wednesdays to go to our churches for what they called “Religious Instruction”. There were no religious clubs and, to be honest, religion was not mixed with school unless you went to a parochial or religious private school. And that was that.

    It was never there to be taken away. What WAS taken away was the Pledge to the Flag.

    I went to a large high school, my graduating class was nearly 500 and nobody ever came in and shot everybody up. In fact, daily life in our school was without incident. We did not have vending machines and a whole lot of freedom. We went to school and then we went home. Nobody minded our family business, told us what to eat, how to pray or how to have sex either. I think in my whole school there weren’t more than ten pregnancies in all four years. Our parents took responsibility for getting us to and from school, even if it meant they made us walk. So what? We weren’t morbidly obese because we moved our asses to get to school. But NEVER was religion a part of ANYTHING in my school day.

    So exactly WHEN did they “remove” God from schools?

  64. Karen it will be interesting to hear how and where this little piece of shit got those guns. He wasn’t even 21.

  65. Hugo get a Glock 19.

    I think people who apply for background check to get a gun should pay for the check their own damned selves. If you can’t afford the fee WTF are you doing buying a gun.

  66. Where i am you need a license to have a hand gun, you pay an application fee and they take their precious time before giving you the Okay. All the hand guns you buy after that must be listed by serial number on your license. If you lose a gun or it is stolen, you must report it. They can trace a crime committed with your pistol right to your front door. When my brother died, my sister in law had no license and she had to turn the guns in to a dealer for holding and sale. You don’t just inherit someone’s hand guns.

  67. The kid had three guns that were all heavy duty weapons. He shot his mother at her house first so perhaps that is where the guns were. Or he brought them with him from Jersey, maybe.

    There are a lot of hunters here. There are a billion guns. There are also very rural homes with no security and there are children brought up to handle guns as being part of the tradition. I read about a man trying to sell his guns at a store that did not buy them and then he took his guns and his very young son back to the car and the handgun discharged as he climbed into the seat. He was carrying a loaded gun that he thought was empty and didn’t put it into a box or secure a lock on the trigger or anything. My father always carried his guns wrapped in blankets and then placed in boxes in the trunk of the car and they were always unloaded. They were for hunting only. But when they were in the house we knew they were on the top shelf of my mom’s closet and a few times we got a chair and took them down to show them to friends. He should have had a gun safe to keep them away from curious kids like me! I could have shot my best friends by accident if my dad was just slightly more reckless and careless. I dropped one of the rifles once and just shoved it back in the box and put it away quick. It could have been tragic instead of just mischief.

    Those families are heart wrenching. They are suffering the worst thing that can happen to a family, the shock must be unbearable. The loss is so immense. So senseless, so horrific for the survivors that have to work or attend that school too. They’ll all need lots of time and help.

  68. Upps, I don’t know where those serial numbers are but i’ve heard they are scratched/grinded off of stolen weapons that end up in the underground gun trade. They say it is easy for criminals with a little cash to get a gun on the street. And those guns often can’t be traced.

  69. Yes they usually hammer out or otherwise file down the serial numbers, it’s true.

  70. CBS reported that the guns were registered to his mother. What’s a teacher doing with an assault rifle? I hope she didn’y buy guns for him hoping to make him a happy child.

    I am thinking of a Glock, Uppity, but don’t know much about the models. I will look at the one you mentioned. Luckily, I live a mile from a gun club, so I can go work on my aim.

  71. The gunman, Adam who is the younger brother according to the latest version of the story, lived with the mother in CT. The other brother, Ryan who is older, 24, who they first accused of the crime was in NJ and had nothing at all to do with it and claims he hasn’t seen his brother even in years.

    So the shooter just had the guns at his house with his mom. Killed her and then went to her job – her school where she teaches and where he had some kind of ties, they say, and went off on a nutso killing spree.

    So far that’s the story now. They had it all backwards as usual. Remember when all the networks said Gabby Giffords was dead and her astronaut husband heard that on TV before he found out she was alive and critical?

    It is getting to the point that whatever you hear on TV is wrong and somebody who doesn’t know the real story just made shit up.

  72. And sometimes they report things to manipulate the public as we all found out. Hillary has withdrawn while the voting booths at the polling places were left vacant by people who thought she had dropped out. It was more than one network and on more than one primary day in more than one state so it was not an accident. And we KNOW Hillary’s campaign did not feed them that bullshit. Still PISSES me off to think it.

  73. Yup wrong information from lazy assed press that guesses as it goes. Figures. Did he have an assault rifle? And why did she not have her guns secured?

    Hugo since you live close to a club, you can probably gets someome with a 19 to let you try it out. It’s barrel is shorter and the gun is lighter than the bigger Glocks and it fits really well in the hand, doesn’t knock you on your ass. I blush to say it’s a great gun for women, but men like them too, they conceal well, if you’re into that, and the 19 is probably the most popular handgun out there. I talked Fredster into getting one and he’s very happy. He’ll come by to confirm that I’m sure.

    Here for particulars.
    http://www.glock.com/english/glock19.htm

  74. Remember when all the networks said Gabby Giffords was dead

    I not only remember, I was incensed and got a screen shot of that dumb NPR coverage. Once again these “journalists” cover stories sitting on their asses in temperature controlled offices.

  75. There is a feminist movement growing in the Mormon church of all places. They are going to wear, gasp, dress pants to church for the first time on the 16th. At least the Uppity Wimmenz will. The others will silently tsk, tsk at the brazen hussies wearing trousers like men do!

    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/san-francisco-zoo-introduces-jingle-penguins-213130647–abc-news-music.html

    Just wondering if I fell into a time warp. I thought this was resolved when I was in elementary school and we got the right to wear skort shorts instead of skirts and then we were allowed the evil denim, even.

  76. yikes, wrong link above. that is one I was saving for happier times. it is pengys singing jingle bells.

    This is the mormon link:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joanna-brooks/why-mormon-women-are-wearing-pants-to-church-this-sunday_b_2300644.html

  77. The sensation obsessed press must hate the Newtown cops who refuse to describe the scene for them, saying it “holds no value”. They also refused to answer questions about whether or not they knew any of the victims. The lame media must be soooooooooo disappointed.

  78. YAYYYYYYYYYYY Jingle Penguins.

  79. That Glock seems to fit my specifications, Uppity. Thanks for the info. It’s for protection at home. Don’t need a cannon, so this looks like a good choice.

    The press does sicken me with their creepy attempt to get any lttle tidbit for a soundbyte. Next they will find some witness or poor victim to exploit like Katie Couric did with the young boy whose sister was killed at Columbine. She made herself his best friend so she could milk the story.

  80. On guns….Some here will strongly disagree but I have to ask what good is a secured gun in a safe when you need it fast ? People that lock guns and ammo up darn sure do not need them for protection imo. What are you going to do ask the robber or rapist to ” wait a minute while I get my gun “?
    My gun lays right beside me fully loaded while I sleep and it is on me at all times when awake. I went through training and shoot weekly at the gun range so I am not a loose cannon that would pop off a wild shot either.
    I collect guns because I happen to like them and they are very valuable and easy to sell to someone looking to buy a particular gun. I would take it to a dealer to sell and see that it is out of my name but I do not go out killing. I love owning a gun that is hard to find or built way back when etc. I have a great many.
    I also have different ones to use hunting.
    My kids grew up with guns and owned their own and never took them out around their friends EVER ! They were taught to respect life and the gun. They watched many a deer go down and knew what guns will do.
    I am not for gun control at all . I know that all it does is keep honest citizens from owning what they want or having to go through too many hoops to get one.
    My grandsons showed me just how cheap and easy it is to get a throw away on the street and anyone can. $ 25.00 will get you a 38 that easy.
    The only thing taking guns from citizens will do is make the take over of this country a piece of cake and give thugs a free hand.
    It is interesting to me how many will quote stats from other countries with gun control, about gun murder but fail to add how many murders are committed by other methods. Adding it all up the USA is still low on the scale for murder.
    Stopping folks from owning guns is not going to stop a radical insane loon from killing.

  81. Teachers should be able to carry if they agree to go through police training for guns. Maybe this would never happen again. I am sorry but I see things differently and see it as if more folks could carry less thugs would be inclined to pull a gun on you.

  82. I did a study once finding states with tight regulations on guns also had the most death by guns I think it is time to pull up those stats again and be ready for the gun control mob.

  83. Agree with all your comments. Cannot believe that fucking Mike Huckster and his creepy ilk and their ignorant comments. Shut the fuck up morons, and get your ugly faces away from the camera. This isn’t about you.

  84. Am still trying to remember religion in school too. Maybe that was the plays at Christmas time huh ? I do miss that.
    Eh you have idiots with a D behind them saying it is a R crazy and you have Idiots with a R behind their name blaming it on an obama supporter.
    SOP for anything bad these days. Geez babies were killed for Gods sake and it matters not what anyone thinks the reason. The reason is there was a loose cannon at large and he was going to go off no matter.

  85. I feel like this is more about mental illness and our violent society.

  86. utah, i agree with you. The safe should be for when people leave their houses as I said above. When people are home they should have their guns where they want them to be, a nightstand, etc. as long as they prove they are responsible and have had education about safety.

    Keeping them away from kids when no adult is home, keeping them locked up where burglars can’t get them isn’t infringing on any right. If you are home the gun is out. If you are not near the gun then it should be locked up. If it is being transported it needs to be secured and safe.

  87. Those bastard so called journalists have gotten the story so screwed up it is amazing they got the name of the town or the school name right. Now they are saying the mother was not employed at the school and she was not even a teacher. They are also saying she might have worked in some capacity at the school a long time ago but maybe not!!!

    They are having a hard time remembering where their asses are and have to reach back to remind themselves hourly and then they let their knuckles drag on the floor as they regress to the neanderthals they are.

    If we wait a week or so we might get some real news and not just the crap they make up and all repeat as if it is accurate without checking.

    sheesh.

  88. Yea now the father is not dead. What a joke. They are so used to taking their shit about which party is right etc they forgot how to actually deliver the news.

  89. got to run lunch is over.

  90. Yum I’m having a great smoothie.

    Our press is really B string, Effing dumber than bricks.

  91. Banana, peaches, wild blueberries, half a cup skim milk, ice cube and a squeeze of honey. Want one?

    It’s very purple with lotsa dark blueberry specks. Kind of looks like the stuff they fed rosemary’s baby with the tannis root, only purple instead of green.

  92. oooooh, healthy choice, upps. Good girl.

  93. Really good, Karen, nice and thick like a shake, it slides down the sides of the glass. I have fountain, shake glasses just for the smoothies. I just love smoothies. Great way to get a boatload of fruit.

    Also good for that late night hunger than can get dangerous if you start eating. lol.

  94. In keeping with the original post, here’s another another guy who flunked biology or just thinks women have it coming:

    http://news.yahoo.com/calif-judge-says-victims-body-prevent-rape-023033459.html;_ylt=A2KJ3CSQ6ctQv1YAU.zQtDMD

  95. Oh No. Not yet another moronic asshole with power. Jesus, these people, how did they get where they are with their heads up their own asses. It’s like these mutants interbreed with each other.

  96. I am watching Dinosaur Revolution series on youtubes prehistoric channel and I am just entranced.

  97. I’m late but around. Yes, Hugo, the Glock is a good pistol. Uppity suggested it to me and I looked at one at a gunshop and decided it was a fit for me. The one thing is, it doesn’t have an actual safety on it that you can slide back and forth. That’s not a problem for me since I don’t have any children around and would secure it if some did come by or if I had company over.

    If you possibly want something a tad smaller and more concealable, check out this Ruger which has gotten some excellent reviews:

    http://www.gandermountain.com/modperl/product/details.cgi?r=view&i=GM443699

  98. Hugo, here’s a vdeo of a gentleman testing a Ruger LC9.

  99. The Ruger LC9 looks perfect , too. Thanks, Fredster. Enjoyed the video. That guy is having fun. I like the size of that gun and it didn’t seem to have much kick. Looks idea for dealing with burglars. Thanks to you and Uppity for the info.

  100. Typo: Tiger, not Kruger.

  101. Omg. I give up on typos with this little pad thing and auto correct. It will not let me spell the brand name of the gun. r-u-g-e-r.

  102. Hahahah. This looks like a job for……..

    FIXIT FAIRY!

    Runs in phone booth, rips off clothes…….oops! Forgot other costume…..nekked as a baby….

  103. 7 shots, Hugo, which is okay for protection, unless you like target shooting.

    Seems kind of bad of me to bring guns up, considering the situation. But I really believe that shitbags and psychos with guns are all around us and I would rather it be a fair fight. Women are ON THEIR OWN now. Law sticks it to them, turns assholes free to finish their ‘job’. There is no other recourse.

    Try the Ruger, it’s kind of new, so results aren’t really collectible, it’s barrel is about an inch shorter than the 19 so not sure if you want something that small. It’s all about how it feels. Looks like R is working to compete for women’s sales with the 19.

  104. New Post Up.

  105. Which gender do all these mass killings have in common? There can’t possibly be a pattern here, can there?
    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2012/12/14/1337221/a-timeline-of-mass-shootings-in-the-us-since-columbine/?mobile=nc

  106. Fredster, like you, I am not put off about the Glock ‘safety’. I would be put off if a safety were on when I needed the gun and forgot or didn’t train enough to transition in time of need. In fact, I might be dead. Anyone with kids around who leaves ANY gun of ANY kind out in the open is a blazing idiot who should not be allowed to spawn. But in truth, the only real Safety is You. Keep your finger off the trigger unless you mean business. Unless you are on a range don’t take your gun out and point it at anything. It doesn’t get any safer than that. Too many people get guns and never train or get instruction on gun safety. I think this should be an absolute requirement. At home I leave the clip out and nearby, very nearby. That’s because of the dog. Nobody is going to be trying to break in here in the middle of the night without my dog alerting and frothing, which gives me time. If I’m gone she’s going to give it her best shot to rip the bastard apart. Her bark alone sets people running by the house even when they are innocent. Fed Ex guy practically needs a change of shorts when he drops a package off near the door.

  107. TY, fix-it fairy.
    Uppity, the gun topic is fair game even now, IMHO. Even those of us who need and/or want guns, can have enough sense to recognize that our society needs more safeguards to try to prevent these tragedies. It happens more than we know. Just this month, a kid carried a gun into a Baltimore elementary school. On the first day of school, one brought a gun into a middle school and shot a special needs child and was stopped when a teacher wrestled the gun from him. Same first week, another one brought in a gun and a teacher had to disarm him. And there was at least one other such incident in my tiny state this school year.

    I want my guns for my protection, but I know we need to address the issue of guns in the wrong hands.

  108. I would be worried about no safety on the g-l-o-c-k too. For my own safety. No kids in the house now.

    My father was in law enforcement and we knew where he kept the gun–up high , but not lock. But we had enough discipline to know that it was not to even think about touching it. Locks and respect!

  109. My dog by choice sleeps at the bottom of the stairs at night, surrounded by selected toys, lol. She is a sentinel and nobody is coming up those stairs unless they think they can climb over her without losing a foot. There are only two people she sees as belonging up there at night. She patrols the first floor all night, bless her ExTremely furry heart.

  110. I agree with you Hugo, I just don’t think we can ever keep guns out of the wrong hands, so our only realistic option is to protect ourselves from them. It’s just too easy for them to buy guns on the black market. Maybe we should start executing illegal gun sellers. But truth is, people can just hop the border these days, get a gun and come back. Banning guns would be just what the Dr ordered for shitbags. Then only they would have them. And the police, who are not there at the moment of need.

  111. Mine dogs are loud mouths. But if an intruder offered them a ride in a car, they’d probably go. They have their own set if priorities.

  112. Why does the press so desperately need the identities of those children? The head of the State Police is pleading with the press to respect the privacy of the families. But , we know they will descend like vultures, once the are id’d.

  113. One of this country’s BIG problems is the way in which we have to dance around mentally ill people who have seirously dangerous and violent tendencies. I have already told the story of why I got my first gun, when a neighbor’s son was DXd as a parnoid schitzophrenic (he told me point blank he could read my mind) and was threating to kill people in the neighborhood, wandering onto their property threatending them, threatening to kill their dogs, and all that was ever done about it is carting the psycho off for a VERY minimum time, after which he would be released. Since he had an MD licence, I suspect that communitiy protected him as well. Fortunately he never practiced medicine. His family sheltered him to the point where he hauled off and harmed them plenty of times but still, they sheltered him. Finally, there was no recourse for neighbors but to get large dogs and guns. Seriously. This man was a danger and I mean D A N G E R and he still seemed to be able to remain UN incarcerated for any reasonable period of time. People like this kill people and we don’t do a damned thing about them till they DO. For my part, I do not want to be the person they have to kill to finally be locked up. So that is when I got my first gun, and he is the only person I had to use it with, as he showed up in my yard in the middle of the night and I deliberately had to shoot to stop him from moving further toward the door. I deliberately did not hit him, but I can ASSURE you I WOULD have killed him if I had to, and I think he knew it. I’m not giving up my life for a psycho nobody does anything about, a rapist who thinks he can have what he wants, some thief who thinks he can take what he wants, or any other defective person who should not be allowed to walk the streets.

    You can BET that this shitbag who killed all those people yesterday has a history. You watch.

  114. Group of Christian women banned from voting in Eqypts “referendum” election.
    http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/12/15/255279.html

    Annnnnnnnnd another goatfucker takes a woman’s life for “Honor”.
    http://www.hindustantimes.com/Punjab/Chandigarh/Woman-s-death-turns-out-honour-killing/SP-Article1-968373.aspx

  115. Mine dogs are loud mouths. But if an intruder offered them a ride in a car, they’d probably go. They have their own set if priorities

    LOL!

    But don’t kid yourself. They would die for you if need be.

  116. Hugo my dog was Ms Happy Go Lucky, nobody would have dreamed she would or could spring into action till the day those two fucking pitbulls attacked us both. And then the people around us witnessed something distinctly awesome. My trainer always told me not to kid myself. My dog would take care of things if the need occurred. He was right.

    The next day she was right back to letting the kids ride her. I haven’t seen her behave like that since, but then she hasn’t had to.

  117. I am finally getting a chance to write about the shootings yesterday. It is understandable that people are frightened by people with mental illness or mental health issues. There is so little understanding of mental health. I work with adults with chronic mental illnesses and have noticed that the majority of adults with mental illness are – when dangerous – most dangerous to themselves. A greater problem for adults with mental health issues is that funding for treatment, residential facilities, programs, treatment. etc has been eviscerated. This leaves the treatment and care for people with mental health issues to – often times – those very people who are suffering.
    Chicago – a city with millions of people and thousands (maybe even hundreds of thousands) of them with mental health issues – being stripped down to only – SIX community mental health centers.
    Why? because it is easier for city and state government to leave the issues for the family or the individual to manage. These, by the way, are most often the leastable to manage the thing that is tearing themselves and their loved ones apart.Tthey have little information, no training, fewer resources, and no support from outside their small circle of people. (of course chicago can now provide bike lanes for the thousands of cyclists – but no mental health support)
    If this is the case for Chicago, I can only imagine what it is like for small towns and insulated communities.
    MEDICARE has now determined that a patient is allowed pnly 4 medications to be covered – per month. It doesn’t matter whether the medication is necessary for the patient’s quality of life or for keeping the patient and the rest of us alive (safe from violent outbursts). It doesn’t matter that we have to spend HOURS on the phone every month justifying a prescription for even ONE necessary medication. (And that is multipilied for every patient we see who needs more than the allotted four). We will be able to blame Medicare and Medicaid for future massacres. But they will never admit this.
    I do not excuse the killings and the violence because of psychiatric illness. But I do understand that if a family is torn to shreds because parents have to give up their jobs to care for a family member who has no where to go and nothing to do because of skewed funding priorities, this kind of situation can happen. And it isn’t necessarily due to absent parents, or apathetic caregivers. It could be due to the apathy or ignorance of government funding agencies.
    The agencies I have worked for have had to prostitute themselves to obtain grants and funding from community governing bodies. One of them has closed down completely. In order to have a job – to justify my existence where I work – I have to submit daily productivity reports – to the minute. This has NOTHING to do with patient care.
    Sometimes we have had to turn away people with illness. Sometimes patients don’t show up for treatment. We cannot force adults into treatment. We cannot involve the police – until a crime has been committed – or until there is a threat of a crime. Even then, it is up to the individual police as to whether they respond. A couple of years ago, I had a patient who called me on the phone and said she had her ex-husband’s gun and she was going to use it on herself AFTER she used it on her son. I called th epolice who NEVER showed at her apartment. Two weeks ago, I had a phonecall from someone who – in the middle of the night – left a message saying “Goodbye. This is all.”
    I called the police nine hours later when I finally heard the message. They responded. They chose to respond. It is random.
    I don’t have the answers. I wish I did. I do have many thoughts about the situations – here and throughout the nation.
    Sorry for the length of this diatribe. You may choose not to publish if. I understand. People may also choose not to read it or to disagree. I understand that as well.

  118. @hugo and upps: What I liked about the Ruger was the small size and its apparent ease of concealment. I have a C.C. permit and I think it would fit well either on an ankle holster *or* in the waistband underneath a shirt you have pulled out. Also, would conceal well in a car.

    I know this was probably not too appropriate of a discussion in the light of CT but I don’t think any of we three are going to go off the deep end either.

  119. leslie said: MEDICARE has now determined that a patient is allowed pnly 4 medications to be covered – per month.

    Is this for *all* medications or only for psych meds? Do you have a link to something that states that? That’s just incredible!!!

  120. Leslie, I appreciate what you are saying and I am sure it is true in many cases, but the issue that made me get my first gun involved a family who just wouldn’t admit this guy was dangerous. It happens a lot too. He would be carted away for his perfunctory legal 3 days, released and back home, and never once did these people lift a finger to see to it that he was treated in a controlled environment. I knew this family and I knew him, and they were terrified of him. He slapped his mother around regularly and I could tell you worse stories. SO he pretty much did whatever he wanted and he was a walking loaded weapon far as I was concerned, terrorizing people. While I understood their pain, they endangered an entire neighborhood without regard for their safety. As time went on and this freak had an actual HIT LIST, we stopped feeling sorry for that family and started arming ourselves instead. The fact that we cannot force clearly DANGEROUS people to commit to care is a major part of our BROKEN system. And why is it that the government has to take responsiblity for things that are clearly family responsibilities when there is a family to be responsible for taking appropriate action?????? Why is it that the government has to take the hit for every single defect in every single life? To be honest with you, when I feel my life is in danger, I don’t want to “Understand” anybody, I want to be safe from them. I think that’s natural too.

  121. I understand your conceal interest in the Rugar, Fredster, but we are looking at a gun that has a barrel one inch shorter and that may matter. However this is a very new handgun and we don’t know how reliable it is yet. That said, I wouldn’t mind having one, but first I would want to know how it feels and shoots and whether it fosters a sense of security to me. It is a 9mm, which is good.

    You could easily sell that glock with no sweat if you wanted to switch. I’m sticking with the one I know is Old Faithful and reliable. But then I don’t Carry.

  122. Oh I don’t want to sell the Glock, I was just thinking of maybe adding the little Ruger in also. 😉

    (Now *I’m* starting to sound like a gun nut, but i think it would be different firearms for different situations)

    FWIW, the hickory guy loves his Glocks too. He had a couple of vids on those and one I watched this early a.m. was on disassembly of them for cleaning purposes. I really need to try to do that more, I’ve only taken mine apart one time under the watchful eye of someone who had done it before. I need to practice that more on my own.

  123. Fredster, as I recall the 19 is not hard to take apart. But I make Mr U do it. lol.

  124. You’re right. It’s about 6 pieces or something like that. Very easy to disassemble. I just need more practice so it doesn’t take me an hour or so. 😉

  125. Uppity, my dogs are silly poodles. An intruder will be treated to a circus act. It’s all fun and games. They do make enough noise that one might think twice about coming into the house.

  126. Fredster, I do like that small size so I can conceal it from any intruder I might need to deal with. The element of surprise appeals to me. My state has a limited CC law t the moment, but a recent court decision may result in a less restrictive law. I’m not comfortable with CC, but that just me.

  127. Hugo, please make sure you try it out first, but you probably already know that.

  128. leslie, I agree with you 100% on the issue of funding for mental health programs and coverage in this country. My heart goes out to families dealing with a mentally ill member. I have way too much first hand experience with it. But, sometimes, even good programs and meds will not stop some patients if they are not compliant. I know patients have rights, but some just don’t belong out in the public. But, there is no recourse until they act. Our legal system needs to be fixed to help prevent violent acts by sick people too. I don’t know how that should be done, but families and public safety need to be given more consideration.

  129. Will do, Uppity. I’m not rushing into buying anyhting yet. But soon.

  130. Photos of shooting victims with their whole lives ahead of them two days ago.
    http://www.usatoday.com/picture-gallery/news/2012/12/15/connecticut-school-shooting-victims/1771299/

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2012/12/15/victims-connecticut-school-shooting/1771765/

  131. @Hugo and upps: Yes, by all means try it first. Hold the weapon, try it for size in your hand and whether it feels comfortable, what have you.

    Re: CC, I hate to say this but in AL it’s wide open. You fill out a form and turn it in at the sheriff’s office, they run a background check and then boom, pays your fee and that’s it. Hell you can even renew it by mail! La, is a bit more stringent in that you have to fill out a fairly long form, and have to attend several hours of firearms class and practice fires with a certified instructor.

  132. Sandy Hook Elementary School principal Dawn Hochsprung, 47, who had quickly won the affection of students and parents in her two years at the school, ran to confront the gunman as soon as she heard the sickening sound of shooting.

    Town officials say Hochsprung was killed while lunging at the gunman as she tried to overtake him, the Associated Press reported.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2012/12/15/heroes-connecticut-school-shooting/1771559/

  133. Educators having to disarm shooters. And then we have people who think they are overpaid. This principle seems priceless to me.

  134. I remember when I worked for a corporation that shall remain nameless and we had a bomb scare. We were instructed to evacuate our employees and managers should stay and “look” for anything suspicious. I was like, Are they Fucking Kidding? I ain’t touching a thing!

  135. LOL! I worked for a federal agency where we got bomb scares all the time. One was memorable because they did not tell us but some people with orange vests started moseying around, opening our desk drawers and looking in our trash cans. Now, if someone thinks there is a bomb in my desk, why am I sitting at it? Turns out someone called in a very specific threat and they suspected an employee in my branch. What’s a little collateral damage?

  136. (I guess images aren’t allowed here.)*

    *who says?

  137. Yes I’m sure after the new year teachers across the country will be “in serviced” on how to spot and disarm a terrorist. Just add it to the list of what teachers do, counsel, parent, and oh yeah…teach…now add security expert……

  138. My apologies for the disappearance yesterday. I was getting ready to have my grand baby and her mommy and poppy over for the tree trimming and pizza. The grand baby just turned 2 and is adorable, smart, funny, and over-all simply wonderful. Suddenly my older daughter appeared and it became a three ring circus in the very best of all possible ways!
    Fredster, I do not have a link the Medicare regulations, bu I’m betting they are at the Medicare website. And the apply to all medications – with a few exceptions e.g. insulin, and some other life saving drugs. One of our nurses spent 3.5 hours on the phone one dy last week to obtain approval for one medication that a patient who is on a truckload of meds for a variety of illnesses – both medical and psychiatric because of this recent regulation change. It has become a nightmare for patients and clinicians alike. We don have enough clinicians to support this kind of work and still care for patients. The insurers bet on it in order to save money.
    The issues are too large and complex to do justice in a blog comment. I will say that if I am affected as a clinician – someone who does not prescribe – but someone who works with the patients who need medications to have some semblance of normal life – I can only imagine what it is like for the patients denied meds, and for their significant others who live with them and try to support them.

  139. I meant to post this link (written by a mother of a child who has a psychiatric illness) r/t the comments I’ve made here.

    http://anarchistsoccermom.blogspot.com/2012/12/thinking-unthinkable.html?m=1

  140. whoa leslie we posted the same thing. I posted this on the CURRENT thread.

  141. ABC News is reporting that the CT church, St. Rose of Lima, was evacuated this morning due to credible threats. What a sick, sick, sick mind to do more to these people!

  142. PLEASE COMMENT ON THE CURRENT THREAD. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE SAME THING AND WHERE TO COMMENT IS GETTING CONFUSING.

  143. This is a chilling account by a mother of a 13 yo son who is mentally ill and potentially violent. She ends with this:

    “God help me. God help Michael. God help us all.”

    http://gawker.com/sandy-hook-shooting/

  144. Ok I am going to close this thread. Please take it to the current thread before TEN of us post that link and we have the same conversation in two threads.

    NEW POST UP XOXO

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