November Begins

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Halloween Corner
GHOST SEX… A professor at the University was giving a lecture on Paranormal Studies. To get a feel for his audience, he asks, ‘How many people here believe in ghosts?’ About 90 students raise their hands. Well, that’s a good start. Out of those who believe in ghosts, do any of you think you have seen a ghost?’ About 40 students raise their hands. That’s really good. I’m really glad you take this seriously. Has anyone here ever talked to a ghost?’ About 15 students raise their hand. Has anyone here ever touched a ghost?’ Three students raise their hands. That’s fantastic. Now let me ask you one question further…Have any of you ever made love to a ghost?’ 
Way in the back, a young Middle Eastern student raises his hand. The professor takes off his glasses and says ‘Son, all the years I’ve been giving this lecture, no one has ever claimed to have made love to a ghost. You’ve got to come up here and tell us about your experience.’ The Middle Eastern student replied with a nod and a grin, and began to make his way up to the podium. When he reached the front of the room, the professor asks, ‘So, dear, tell us what it’s like to have sex with a ghost?’ The Middle Eastern student replied, “Wallah Habibi, from back there I thought you said “Goats.”
Christmas Shopping
I haven’t started. Christmas displays have been up in Costco since August and the serious marketing will begin today. Retailers make their year in the next 60 days and I get it. But the social demand of the Season is burdensome to me. I feel like writing a couple dozen checks and dropping them in the mail to make everyone happy — but it wouldn’t be enough and they wouldn’t be happy. They’re always more content when I buy something that costs thrice what it should and is sure to end up in landfill by Spring. (bah, humbug)
Thanksgiving is another thing all together. What’s not to like about football games, a nice turkey/ham dinner and pumpkin pie with real whipped cream on it?
Travel Schedule
busy travel schedule in November
This also begins the final travel/work push before things get too insane (worldwide) and I will be wrapping things up before the end of the month, which means there’s not going to be much blogging on my part in December. At the moment, I don’t know that I will have time to get to the White Wolf Mine this month, so you know that it’s nuts. Anyway, if I don’t surface that often, you know why.
I need to pay the bills and I must amass enough scratch to cover Phase 2 at the building project. I’d be surprised if Phase 2 is complete next year, but work now, play later.
In my consulting work, there is a constant push-pull regarding work for USGOV. I prefer not to work for them. Knowing who to call in the White House is one thing. Taking their shilling is another thing all together. My partners are conspiring to “convince LL to take USGOV work”. They haven’t been very convincing at all. Corporate money is far richer, they pay on time, and they’re grateful. USGOV is the opposite in all respects. I admit that it was worse under Barack/Hillary and crooks than it is now – but government is government, my friends.
A friend asked my reaction to the recent Muslim attack in New York City. I replied that a nation that tolerates Muslim immigration (a political system, far more than a faith) to any significant degree needs to expect that they will kill people for fun and profit on a regular basis as a tribute to their savage faith.
Said friend asked if I’d get in an Uber with a beard like that driving. I explained that I’d done it before but I had the Ruger Super Redhawk with heavy penetration loads (454 Casull) in hand when I did. Being able to punch through the plexiglass (safety screen) and through the skull of the beard (break glass in the event of an emergency) gave me a measure of confidence. 
Sometimes I arrive in a city by air and the local only has a .45 ACP to hand me while I’m in town. In that case, I don’t drive in a car/limo operated by a beard. The formula is simple. Any culture that extols the value of having sex with a goat, camel or other animal and glorifies in sexually mutilating its young girls as a cultural standard needs to be displaced back home as far as I’m concerned.
I am tolerant of all religions (including the odious ones), but we know Muslims by their works. Where is Charles Martel when we need him?
Nuclear Weapons
Iran is crowing that it will soon have a nuclear weapon and missile delivery system to hit any US base in the Middle East.  President Trump needs to remind the beards that we can hit their shit-pot sand hole from anywhere on the globe with the push of a button. 
The North Koreans plan to test their nuclear weapons in the atmosphere, spreading fall-out. That should be interesting. China has recently reversed its policy toward South Korea’s THAAD (missile defense) system. That’s something I didn’t think that we’d see.
I don’t know what the trip wire is currently in regard North Korea but I still expect things to happen this winter to resolve the situation by kinetic means.

32 thoughts on “November Begins

  1. I don't know why Muslims are so fond of goats but I've noticed that they support Hillary.


  2. I have many fond memories of Christmas's past when the kids were still kidlets, and there were many brightly wrapped gifts under the tree. Now, we mostly resort to exchanging gift cards. I am partial to Cabela's, Brownells, and Home Depot. So far, I have resisted temptation to just hang pumpkins on the Christmas tree and be done with it.

    USGOV. I like the line from one of Segal's movies—"Your master is insane, and he is ungrateful".

  3. Just curious, can Trump push the nuke button on his own without a nod from Congress? And I also wonder about Cuba. Couldn't Russia offload what is needed by submarine? Kinda sneak in nuke stuff without the eye in the sky watching?

  4. LL

    I hope by football you mean college or futboll!

    as for Christmas, why buy it let acquire a coating of dust the wait for a pile on gift comparison day? you want to give something to someone, get it give it let them enjoy it or regift it now.

  5. LL,

    re: nukes

    I think you meant to say that the NORKS were saying that they going to test Iran's nuke in the atmosphere (because they were expecting the US to tremble in fear and surrender) and Iran said Christmas is coming! to a blasphemous infidel near you (because Fat-Un assures us that his rocket is ready)

  6. LL

    Sex with a camel?

    I didn't know they moose limbs were that tall. and a ladder is unsteady on the sand

  7. That's a very good quote – and I heard it on the same movie you did but can't recall which movie it was. But it's apt. Thus it's critical that we find a place that the government doesn't really care much about and move there.

  8. That naval officer that follows President Trump around carried a briefcase known as "the football". The President can use that to unleash hell. He doesn't need Congress.

  9. Damn, I thought you said goats too. We need public funerals of Mooselimb terrorists, and start burying them with pig entrails.

  10. Thanksgiving Day is a college football day.

    There used to be the ad-hoc Turkey Bowl where everyone would find a field and play pick-up amateur tackle football and it was fun and games until a neighbor broke his back.

  11. The mind sees what it wants to see, I read goats from the start.
    Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. Family, low stress, lots of laughter, stories, rough & tumble.

    Government work never seems to be the best, possibly because the field changes constantly or not at all.

    So looking forward to another stage of your compound coming on line. Living vicariously through your posts about it.

    Read somewhere that the Norks had an underground nuclear test tunnel collapse killing 200 hundred. May they do themselves all in.

  12. I managed to get my Christmas shopping list down to one person. I will be ecstatic when I get it to zero.

  13. I like to buy things for people. But the social conventions and demands become just a lot. I have always loved Christmas because of the joy associated with being with people I love the most. For me there are also a lot of ghosts associated with the Season and it's hard on me because of that mainly.

  14. LL,

    in re: lunch in NORK land, how long until cannibalism is the main protein source? Assuming no direct action by Trump

  15. They may call it Soylent Green (however you say it in Nork) and it may be THE go-to protein for all I know. They may export it to China even as we discuss it. Our fellow blogger, FREDD's Aunt Sally may use it in her chili con carne. You'd have to ask him.

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