Part of the Prescott, Arizona citizen’s self-defense group took a photo in front of the Palace Saloon. The Palace Restaurant and Saloon is both the oldest business and oldest bar operating in the state of Arizona.
It usually comes down to citizens – regular folks – who are willing to take a stand against arson, murder, looting and rioting.
I go to the Palace myself and I go for the food and drink, not to ogle the pretty bar maids. I’d never do that.
Would it bother you if she was your bartender and chose to sit on the bar to chat with you? Asking for a friend.
Do you trust the FBI?
It’s an important question because a lot of high profile matters are handed off to that agency.
Think of the Minneapolis Police Department with the ability to cover their own tracks much better when it comes to corrupt personnel – and you have the Federal Bureau of Investigation. They were at the heart of the coup to unseat President Trump and most of the bad apples are still there. Likewise, the FBI works hard to bury their mistakes. They behave hysterically when you find them and point them out. There’s just not a lot of institutional integrity, though individuals are often good people. How can that be changed?
They’re always saying, “but MOM, we want to go out and play.”
It’s Friday, let ’em out.
The grandkids will soon arrive at the White Wolf Mine, and they’ll be turned loose on the property.
And though it’s not yet Sunday…
This is not technically a sermonette. Just a quote from Ernest Hemingway, who I know some of you who read this blog don’t like. Take it for what it is:
He said, “Try to learn to breathe deeply, really taste food when you eat, and when you sleep, really to sleep. Try as much as possible to be wholly alive with all your might, and when you laugh, laugh like hell. And when you get angry, get good and angry. Try to be alive. You will be dead soon enough.”
I’m too tall…
To have flown a P-38, and to young to have flown one in combat even if I had the chance, but damn, it’s a cool airplane.