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Life in the Golden State

There are a few homeless encampments in Orange County, California. State law under the Democrat supermajority has created these human cesspools. There’s little value in enumerating those laws but the cause and effect is clear. County government recently cleared one of them in Anaheim, CA, next to Angel Stadium where 700 vagrants squatted.
(Fox News) As if living in those conditions is just another life choice, the ACLU tried to stop Mr. Spitzer’s effort to clean up a homeless camp of 700 people living along a riverbed next to Angels’ Stadium. He prevailed, but so dangerous was the environment, it took hazmat crews to clear out the encampment. 

“Trash trucks and contractors in hazmat gear have descended on the camp and so far removed 250 tons of trash, 1,100 pounds of human waste and 5,000 hypodermic needles,” the report said.

I know, the bums are exceptionally progressive.

But never fear. The hobo jungle that has grown up in the federal/state/county complex in nearby Santa Ana has even more bums than the one at Angel Stadium had. California is now home to at least 25% of the nation’s homeless – and those numbers are growing as vagrants and panhandlers arrive from around the country every single day.

Prop 57, promoted by Gov. Jerry Brown is about to go into effect. It will provide early release from prison for sex offenders. That’s also progressive and the move is designed to give the rapists and child molesting perverts and freaks a new start in life…how much more progressive can you get?

The move to grant illegal aliens the right to vote in California is gaining momentum since they are expected to vote for the Democrat Party. All elections including federal elections are certified by the Secretary of State for each individual state. In this case, California.

Since my exodus from my home down-the-street from the Mosque, the police department raided a drug laboratory in a home two doors down from my old home that was being used by jihadis to create hash oil. The police department hit the lab and arrested a few people, but since Prop 36 is in effect, the anticipated sentence will be drug diversion classes. Law enforcement officers e-mailed me copies of the police report, suggesting that I left at the right time.
And so it goes. MORE HERE

Writing Music

A fellow blogger e-mailed and asked me if I have preferred writing music. The short answer is that it depends on the mood. In some moods I really like Wagner: Die Walkure (Second opera in Der Ring des Nibelungen), and here because I like the chorus, and Das Rheingold, Entry of the Gods. If I listen to it too long, I wake up at night shouting, “Fresh horses and whiskey for my men!” 
At other times, it’s the Bloodhound Gang singing, “The Lap Dance is so much Better when the Stripper is Crying”, or “Le Boudin” – with the French Foreign’s Engineers leading a parade – because I like the idea of mercenaries fighting to earn citizenship…I know, it’s just me. What a Hell of a Hell of a Way to Die (he ain’t gonna jump no more), because I used to jump out of a perfectly good airplane for a living. Late at night when you’re sleeping, UDT’s come a creeping all around.

“The risers swung around his neck, connectors cracked his dome.
Suspension lines were tied in knots around his skinny bones.
The canopy became his shroud, he hurtled to the ground.
And the ain’t gonna jump no more.”

Gory, Gory, what a hell of a way to die – he ain’t gonna jump no more.

Then there are YouTube videos like this one, on April 19, 1775, when His Majesty 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers of Foot (light infantry and grenadier companies) among others, were ordered to march on Concord and seize weapons lawfully in possession of His Majesty’s subjects — and in the process, decided to prove a point on Lexington common, started a war… and lost a continent.

There was blood upon the risers, there were brains upon the ‘chute.
Intestines were a-dangling from his paratrooper suit.
He was a mess, they picked him up and poured him from his boots.
And he ain’t gonna jump no more.

Gory, Gory, what a hell of a way to die – he ain’t gonna jump no more.

16 thoughts on “Observations

  1. Interesting to note your story of the hash oil producing jihadis. The etymology of the word ‘assassin’ is from the the Arabic for ‘hashish eater’. It seems these chaps (in Crusade times) were militant fanatics that would partake of the drug before committing violence. What’s that line about not learning from history?

  2. numbers are growing as vagrants and panhandlers arrive from around the country every single day.

    A lesson in open borders?

  3. One of my buddies at the local Ace Hardware informed me, via his wife who is a social worker in Spokane, that Cali is buying homeless peeps one way tickets to Spokane. I'm not surprised as the homeless population in Spokane is growing by leaps and bounds.

    And then we have some libtards in Coeur d'Alene who are banging the drum for a new and completely unnecessary transit center in Riverstone – a rather upscale area right off of I-90 and the entrance to all that is gorgeous in the city. They want to hook up with Spokane so the the homeless can ride the bus over here and camp out in Riverstone. We are working diligently to stop this.

  4. Toby Keith and Willie Nelson did a short piece entitled "Beer for my Horses" (the chorus being "Whiskey for my Men and Beer for my Horses"). Your nighttime alert reminded me of that little ditty. :)

    It is nice of Kalifornia to take all the vagrants that no other state wants. Maybe that will help the other states clean up?

  5. It might be that the Spokane progs are 'renting' the homeless form CA? It would be interesting to delve into that further. Once in Spokane, they'd vote for the Democrat of their choice.

  6. Ship California your poor, your shiftless, your hopelessly addicted, your illegal aliens and huddled masses yearning to breathe free!

  7. It's so sad to read about rampant mental illness… and that's just with the politicians in Kalifornia.

  8. I wonder if its onset coincides with a bite from an infected mosquito from San Francisco?

  9. My wife got "homesick", so I took her to the airport so she could head back to SoCal and see her friends.

    She's been gone from there for almost six months now, and has really gotten used to here. I wonder how much "Reverse Culture Shock" is going to hit her while she's there….

  10. Califorbia will be part of Mexico soon and then can build a WALL around that too.

    My dad, rip, hated Wagner and wouldn't allow it. I quite like it, now and again. It goes well with the compound's ME 163 Komet.

    Don't fear the reaper.

  11. What's not to like about Wagner?

    You need to teach Blue Aviator to fly the Komet, but you know that he'd strafe every mail truck that he found.

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