Something Feral

Digging up the flower-beds.


Saturday, January 31, 2009

When in doubt, empty the clip

- One more tragic reason to be energy-independent, even within the boundaries of one's property.

- In which I am tempted once again to add a "Chicago" tag to this blog.

- They finally killed it.

- It is on the agenda, despite the claims that firearm-owning Obama-apologists are making. If you own a firearm and you did the deed, you ought to be tarred, feathered, and run out of town on a rail... And I'm not joking.

- My catalog for the Seed Savers Exchange came in this week, and although I have seeds for this year's garden already (mostly), I'm still enjoying browsing and compiling a new order. (SSE catalogs are free. I have others on the way, and will report in on those at a later date.)

9 comments:

Elusive Wapiti said...

Think you oughta have a 'chick-a-geau' category. It's going to be a long 4-8 years.

No surprise about the country formerly known as Rhodesia. The unfortunate part is that people think it can't happen here: Government-stoked racial hatred of whites. Socialist economics. Inflationary monetary policy. Nationalization of private property.

All factors are already present. It's just a matter of degree.

Something Feral said...

Heh, "Chick-a-geau". I like it.

I'm not sure that I want to speculate on the quantity of Kool-Aid that the American public is willing to drink for Obama, but I'll go on the record as willing to lead a strike-team against the shield-generators on Endor for the Ron Paul Rebellion.

I concur on the factor analysis.

United States status: [ DESTROYED ]

Wonder Woman said...

Spiked Kool-Aid?

Gardens?

What the hell is this?

Next you will mention knitting scarves.

Buck up young fella; go kill something... or stuff :)

So, seriously about the garden thing, worms don't completely sicken you out? *shivers* I can't stand those gross little buggers...
And what are you thinking of planting? I love pees :)

Something Feral said...

Well, I'm in Week 16 of waiting on my rifle to be shipped from the factory, so hopefully it'll be here soon. It's a verifiable Scary Black Rifle™, and I do not anticipate a deer problem (or a zombie problem, should it come to that). There will be a post and pictures when it arrives.

Worms don't bother me in the slightest. They're harmless, and highly valuable garden critters. Worm castings are a prime gardening medium, second to none.

As for what's going in the ground this year, I've ordered this and this, and I'll be starting with those, and probably some potatoes, garlic and establishing a few more fruit trees in the orchard area.

MikeT said...

You should never post about your guns, especially photos of them. God help you if and when they start getting subpoenas left and right for Google to reveal your information if and when Obama goes hardcore after gun owners.

Something Feral said...

I understand the concern, but here in the PRK, I already had to have it down-modded at a charge; the "Assault Weapons" Bill as it existed in 1994 still exists here, no thanks to Feinstein. If I had purchased it through a private party, "mum" would be the word, but they know I have it. I retain zero illusions about law enforcement's destruction of records regarding firearms transactions.

At any rate, the only thing that I need a semi-auto Scary Black Rifle™ for is shark-hunting, which has a high attrition rate against rifles.

Wonder Woman said...

LOL Scary black guns, especially loaded ones, need to remain off the net - I've seen too many ... seen one, seen em all ;-)

This and this looked very colourful and yummy! Still can not get over the worm issue. *sigh*

Triton said...

It's a verifiable Scary Black Rifle

Not an AR-15, I hope. ;)

Something Feral said...

Well, the thought had crossed my mind; an AR-15 would make an excellent rifle...


For my retired mother. :D