Friday, October 20, 2006


Oh my GAWD..

Teen Kills Woman in Suicide Attempt

Long story short..
Because another 16 year old girl would not have sex with her, this teen drove parents Mercedes into on-coming traffic and killed a mother of 3..

I hope they send her to jail forever, she'll get ALL the lesbo luvin' she wants there.

Funniest Thing.. EVER!

This is about the funniest thing I have heard.. Well, at least the funniest thing I have heard this week!

Bob & Tom Show - Telemarketer Prank


Thursday, October 19, 2006


So I don't have much to say today.. Been kinda bummed all day and I don't know why. Shift went well, I got my Busse knife, I got hired as a part-timer with the Fire Dept.. Well..

Thursdays is our "shows" night: Survivor, Grey's Anatomy, CSI.

So, maybe I'll have something more exciting to say tomorrow.

Doubt it.


That's the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006


So I was asked to teach another survival class at FAS this year. You may (or may not) remember I taught there last year. The one complaint I received was that there was no portion of the class dedicated to butchering animals. The students believed that they should have been taught how to butcher a rabbit or a chicken or something. This year, we listened, and brought 9 New Zealand Rabbits for the class to butcher.


Now I only kill things that are:
A. Actively trying to kill me, or a member of my immediate family
B. Things I intend to eat

These rabbits fell into the later catagory. We got them cleaned up, and chilled, then enjoyed them that night with a little salt and pepper, cooked over an honest to goodness campfire.

At the end, everybody had a good time, and EVERYBODY wanted to know if we could do an advanced class in spring.. Sweet..

Pin Up Pic..

So today we have, not an all American beauty, but a BRIT!!

Please feast your eyes upon Lucy Pinder!!

Full Name: Lucy Katherine Pinder
D.O.B.: 20/12/83
Height: 5ft 5”
Bust: 32/G
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Lucy is a Page 3 girl over there, for the "The Daily Star", which means she was TOPLESS.. Now, since this is a fine, upstanding, family blog, I have posted a more modest picture. HOWEVER, should you be so inclinded to see, er, more of Miss Pinder, please direct your attention HERE!


PIG Pic..

So I have kinda fallen in love with revolvers here lately. I don't know why. They are not all that accurate, most hold only 5 rounds, they're a bitch to reload quickly, and most are chambered in the under-powered .38 spl.. That being said, I love 'em!

Allow me to introduce the Smith and Wesson Model 36 "Chiefs Special" .38 spl Snub Nose Revolver.
Type: Double Action
Chamber: .38 Spl
Weight unloaded (with 2 inch barrels): All steel models - 650 - 700g
Capacity: 5 rounds (.357 Magnum and .38 Spl)

A little history from the web:

Smith & Wesson company manufactures the compact revolvers from its earliest days. Even the history of the S&W Hand Ejector revolvers (initial name for all S&W guns with side-open cylinders) began with small-frame .32 Hand Ejector in 1896. This small gun had 6 rounds cylinder and was manufactured for some 80 years, and since introduction of the numbering system it was known as Model 30. Some other models, based on the same frame as .32 Hand Ejector (frame type "I"), were models Regulation Police (models 31 and 33, in .32 S&W Long and .38 Spl, respectively), Terrier (model 32, in .38 Spl), and some others. Since the 1961 those models were manufactured on the "J"-frame, which was introduced in the 1950 with the S&W Chiefs special revolver (model 36, .38 Spl caliber). Models 30 - 33 were dropped from manufacture in the mid-1970s.

Chiefs Special.. The story of the modern S&W compact revolvers began in 1950, when S&W introduced its first "J"-frame revolver - a Chiefs Special model in .38 Spl caliber. It was compact, Double Action, all steel revolver with side-open cylinder. Cylinder capacity was 5 rounds, and barrel lenght was 2 or 3 inches. Chiefs Special was intended as a police back-up or concealment gun, and also as a compact self-defence gun. S&W Chiefs Special revolver quickly become wery popular and still is one of the most common compact revolvers. It also spawned a wide variety of other compact revolvers, based on the same frame of the "J-type" nomenclature.

Got it for a song.. My first J-Frame.. sigh


On duty today.. Keep checking in though.. I got posts ready to go up! NEW PIG Pic, and pictures from the Survival Class I taught last month!

Only 3 shifts left as a Volunteer!

Tuesday, October 17, 2006


Yes, that's an ATF Agent with with Pistol stuck in his ear.. Brilliant.
That's almost as good as the DEA Agent who shoots himself..

Yea, these are the PROFESSIONALS who, according to Hillary "Hilter" Clinton, should be the ONLY poeple able to own, or carry a firearm..


2 Years this week..


2 years ago I started writing this thing? Jeez, where does the time go?

Anyway, "Happy Birthday" to my Blog!

Job Offer..

So I have been "Un-employed" since June. During that time I worked 1 - 2 Volunteer Shifts at the Fire Dept each week, plus, I am one of the lead instructors for the districts CPR program. My hope was the Chief would notice my hard work, and pick me up as a Part-Time Paid Firefighter, (I tested last year and was 4th or 5th on the list.)

This morning, bright and early, the phone rang. I was offered, and quickly accepted an offer as a Part time paid firefighter for the Dept I have Volunteered with for the last 3 years. I start Nov 1.

Hard work does pay off! This was my goal for 2006.. Next goal, FULL TIME UNION FIREFIGHTER!!

Monday, October 16, 2006

Favorite Spoof..

Oh gawd I love this MasterCard Card Spoof!

MasterCard Card Spoof..

Tip of the Week..

I've decided to add a new weekly post to my blog.. This will forever be known as the "Tip of the Week". It will mostly deal with backpacking/Wilderness living/Survival things, but if I make a particularly grievous mistake during the week, I may pass that along as a "don't do what I did" sort of thing.

So.. What is my first tip of the week?

"When headed out into a wilderness area, GET A MAP OF THE AREA AND COMPASS!"

This may sound somewhat silly if the area is only 1 square mile, you could technically walk out in ANY direction and get to a property boundary in 20 minutes.. But what if you have a Bay on one side, and an ocean on the other.. AND no compass? You could actually walk in circles for a full day and never know it!

AND NO.. A GPS DOESN'T COUNT! I have been out on missions with other Rescuers who didn't even know how to turn their freakin GPS on.. This is because they are SOOOOO good with a map and compass, they have NEVER needed the GPS. (Funny thing is, they are actually faster than the GPS!) And GPS units don't always work.. Depending on canopy coverage/thickness, you may never get a satellite lock.

Sunday, October 15, 2006


So we drove 2.5 hours out to the coast last night.. Cold, rain, wind.. Search Weather.

Slept for about 2-3 hours in the rescue rig, cramped and cold.

Got up for a briefing..
6' 2" 140 lbs
Sandy Black hair
Grey or blue Sweater
Silver or Navy Vest
Hiking boots or Tennis Shoes

He was actually 5' 8" - 120 pounds, and was wearing plaid.. Gotta love that great intel!

He was found and we got back home about 3:30 pm.. I lost a whole day of playin with my new knife!