Thank you for the books and the hours of fun escapism. Thank you.
If you never read anything by Vince, allow me to suggest to start at the beginning with Term Limits.
Now, Palmetto Bugs prefer living outside, but when they’re in your house you pretty much have to kill them or sleep in your car or move. And since I just moved and my car was still filled with crap, I knew he had to die. It was either him or me. Only one was going to come out of this encounter alive.
via My life is so much better since quitting my job and moving. But this hasn’t stopped me from bitching and complaining. Au contraire mon frère! So I’ve declared this week “Bitch and Moan Week” and shall be posting whiney-ass entries. You’re welcome. | Fetch My Flying Monkeys.
I really don’t know if the author is now living in Florida, but for your general fund of information, palmetto bugs can be “treated” with #6 birdshot in most cases and four ought buckshot for those recalcitrant members of the species.
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At least two formal events have popped up on Facebook that are encouraging Colorado gun owners to engage in civil disobedience and break the recent law that prohibits the sale or transfer of gun magazines capable of holding more than 15 rounds.
The events encourage participants from Colorado and other surrounding states to buy, sell and swap magazines that can hold more than 15 rounds in disobedience of the law.
We’ll be waving both the National Colors and the Gadsden in your honor.
The ammo shortage has affected everybody but we that reload have been struggling like madmen looking for sanity in a Grateful Dead concert to find reloading supplies. I have been a customer of Powder Valley for several years now and their record is impressive: no matter how bad the situation, they have managed to keep me (and I am guessing most of its customers) rightly supplied.
I placed an order for 9mm bullets a couple of weeks ago actually amazed that they had bullets in stock. The site had a warning indicating that orders placed that day may have shipment date of July 2nd. I had no problem with that, hell I was happy to been able to score the darn things. But the people at Powder Valley beat that and I just got both via email the invoice and the FedEx notification that my shipment is on the way. And even the price was not bad at all as the difference from last time I bought a similar product and the price that I am paying now is just about $10-$12 more. So kudos and many thanks to the people of Powder Valley for being such a remarkable company and busting their butts to keep us happy and shooting.
And of course, if you have not tried Powder Valley, you should….now! What are you still doing here?
There will be some shootin’ done soon!