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Arizona’s Enthusiasm Gap

News Reporter: Look at that enthusiasm to turn Arizona Blue. What an outpouring! It’s a veritable ocean of…sea of… lake? Pond? Puddle of people! Not a paid actor among them. Trump doesn’t stand a chance. Blue wave coming! I haven’t seen numbers like this, since, well, it’s hard to find the right words. Just take my word for it, HUGE enthusiasm in the Grand Canyon State for the Kamala/Biden…err Biden/Harris ticket. Back to you in the studio Al.

This is what the Biden rally in Phoenix looked like where creepy, corrupt, senile Joe Biden addressed his followers. Of course the CNN cameras recorded something quite different.


Plague News

Our fellow blogger Jules reports from her home in England …more here

Everyone living in Nottinghamshire has been asked to avoid mixing with other households indoors.


In Latin America they seem to be having a problem with the plague. If you need to go to the hospital, you need to bring a BIG bag of cash. If you have MORE cash than another patient, they toss the other patient out of their bed and give it to you. It’s a messed up system but that’s how they roll. Third world medicine is what it is.

The whole plague situation and travel issues is messing with my business. But what can I say that hasn’t been said? I’m fortunate. There is still elk in the freezer and if I run short, I can pot one from the balcony and refill the freezer.

It’s easy to see old political subdivisions manifest in present religious affiliation. And that’s the sermonette…pretty tepid for a sermonette if you ask me.


Alaska is Big


Kamala Harris’ disco fever (article by Times of Canada) …more here

Harris, the reporter recalls, was a child of extreme privilege, not the poor, bussed, negro, surviving on food stamps, that she portrays to the world.



●Guns have only two enemies: rust and politicians.

●It’s always better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

●Police officers carry firearms to protect themselves, not you.

●Never let someone or something that threatens you get inside arms length.

●Never say “I’ve got a gun.” If you need to use deadly force, the first sound they hear should be harp music.

●The average response time of a 911 call is 23 minutes, the response time of a .357 Magnum is 1400 feet per second.

●The most important rule in a gunfight (or any fight, for that matter) is: Always win – cheat if necessary.

●Make your attacker advance through a wall of bullets . . . You may get killed with your own gun, but he’ll have to beat you to death with it, because it’ll be empty.

If you’re in a gun fight:

1. If you’re not shooting, you should be loading.

2. If you’re not loading, you should be moving,

3. If you’re not moving’, you’re dead.

● In a life and death situation, do something . . . It may be wrong, but do something!

●If you carry a gun, people call you paranoid. Nonsense! If you have a gun, what do you have to be paranoid about? (I call it being prepared)

●You can say ‘stop’ or ‘alto’ or any other word, but a large bore muzzle pointed at someone’s head is pretty much a universal language. AMEN! (This is still the Sermonette)

●You cannot save the planet, but you may be able to save yourself and your family.


61 thoughts on “Sunday Sermonette

  1. Wow. That’s a rally? *snigger*

    My city is now the highest lurgy carrier in the UK and stricter measures will be coming from high up tomorrow. Sick to bloody death of it all. Seriously. My blogging might start to go very dark (er).

      1. Wasn’t there an old tradition of resisting oppression in Nottingham? I could swear I read about that somewhere…

        Maybe time for a revival.

          1. Yeah, but – like the yearly flu – Nottingham will gain quicker herd immunity then be immune (like our POTUS). Done. Over. Move on with life as we knew it. Their Lordship officials seem to miss this very 8th-grade level biology aspect because theirs is political strategy to keep true believers in a controllable fear state.

        1. Men wearing green tights in public and sporting a hat with a feather in it? Sounds like Austin, Portland or San Francisco.

          1. Had a friend go to Nottinhamshire and do the whole looky-look thing.

            He was unimpressed by how little Sherwood Forest really is.

            He was excited to purchase some Lincoln Greene cloth, and then was again unimpressed by the fact that we here in America call it… Olive Drab. But he said it was even more drab than OD.

            Disillusioned he was.

      1. Of course you are right. It’s no longer the country in which I grew up. But I’d love to visit for a pint or three at the Trip to Jerusalem, the Sir John Borlase Warren, or a couple of others, and a curry at the Gulshan (if that’s still open).

        1. The pubs all have severe social distancing guidelines IF they’re open. Even the Trip to Jerusalem wouldn’t be any fun.

          1. There’s not much social distancing going on in pubs despite the rules. Besides, almost impossible in the trip. Just have to close at ten because apparently, that’s when COVID comes out; a bit like a Gremlin.

          2. Zombies (the un-dead, killed by the virus) emerge after 10, thus the necessity of a curfew.

  2. We’ll see how blue AZ is in a few weeks. The MSM will have an awfully hard time spinning the polls after Nov 3. Of course, they did it last election with the help of the FBI, CIA and the deep state; Trump couldn’t have possibly won legitimately, since everybody hates him. It had to be Russia, since nothing else makes any sense.

    To them, at least.

    1. The polls are to mask the voter fraud.
      How could Trump challenge the results where he lost by 1% (hypothetically) if the “polls” showed him behind by 15?

  3. Politics is a great “career” for losers to gain status and a fat bank account. That old joke: Biden would lose in a loser contest…because he’s a loser. (add BOLD to that last bit)

    If the 2016 election didn’t convince anyone that polls are a useless metric (right up until around 10PM EST) then nothing will. Doesn’t matter who does them, even Fox is out in left field.

    Ms. Harris is “dark”, but not of African decent. How many of her followers know this? The media bias and hypocrisy against us normal’s becomes apparent when they try to paint her as such while conveniently ignoring/overlooking her family heritage and nasty career details. She is in HRC’s league, right next to Pelosi and few others.

    England – a place I’d like to explore – is no example…it’s why “we” left and they still call us “the Colonies”. I’m okay with that.

    Love the Firearms list…needed the tactical reminder, easy to get complacent.

    1. Biden is running for president to keep himself, his friends, and his family out of prison, and the media thinks that it’s a splendid idea.

      1. Not a snowballs chance for these two grifters taking the Oval Office, voter fraud and push-marketing of fanciful polls included. The surprised look of DNC congregants, commencing to screams of anguish, will make HRC’s 2016 loss look like a happy-fest. Can’t wait.

        The President has been cleared of any infectiousness by his doctor – which as normal people understand, creates antibodies, thus NO infection. (duh) Starting NOW (Chris Wallace for certain) and continuing thru the week, the media will spew their hateful ruinous rhetoric against this esteemed doctor’s credibility to assist Loser Biden avoid a real debate on stage. Cretins.

        1. There is no mention in any in the media of the NUMBER recovered (with antibodies, who don’t need masks). That would be politically incorrect.

          1. Doesn’t work to the subversive “orange man bad” narrative. But being Sunday, and the Sermonette, we have eternal hope.

          2. President Trump, who the press calls ‘morbidly obese’ and is 74 years of age took about a week to get better with therapeutics available free of charge to every American.

            That is the national standard. The ‘never let a crisis go to waste’ people hate him for it. But it doesn’t matter what they say.

            If Harris/Biden win, there will be a civil war in America and people will have to decide whether they are on the side of the Constitutionalists, the Baby Killers or if they want to sit it out.

            Should Harris/Biden win, I begin my heavy work-out program. I’d rather not. I’d rather enter my later years taking it easy. But I know where I stand and there you are.

    2. It’s not how many of Harris’ followers don’t know that she’s hafrican-american, it’s how many are so caught up in the myth of the People of Color that they don’t care that matters.

      1. I don’t think that they care. They didn’t care that Barack was half white, was raised “white” culturally, etc.

  4. Per Hollywood, a firearm is just like a magic wand – you wave it around while chanting magic phrases like “I’ve got a gun” or “Don’t move”, and everything goes your way…just like magic.

    1. That’s why I like the feature film, “John Wick”. There’s not much dialog, just the necessity of taking care of business.

      1. Another movie to bolster the cause of ‘more killin’, less jibber jabber’ would be Clint Eastwood’s great flick “The Outlaw Josie Wales,” not much conversation in that one when the bullets are flying. Or before the bullets were flying.

        Another western I just saw in this same genre was “The Sisters Brothers,” where there was lots of killin’ and not a lot of jibber jabber back in 1851 Oregon. And the revolvers at that time were not real fast reloading units, and took a great deal of dismantling and fiddling around to bring them back on line, very authentic. Ah, the good ol’ days….one of Joachin Phoenix’s better performances, along with a solid performance by stoic John C. Reilly.

          1. Fredd, Why did Josie send the Red Legs on a Missouri boat ride rather than picking them off, thinning the ranks, as it were?

          2. The correct sequence is…
            BLAM BLAM BLAM BLAM… tinkle tinkle tinkle tinkle…

            checks pulse…

            waits 5 minutes…


          3. LL: you got me on that one. Considering the Red Legs were only set back a day or two and then continued their pursuit of Josie Wales, not decimating them on that ferry when he had the chance was in hind site a mistake.

            Maybe he was feeling charitable towards his fellow man. Then again, these are the guys that murdered his family, so I don’t think that was it. Low on ammo? Nah. You indeed got me on that one.

  5. Bet everyone in that photo’s wearing a face diaper. An article I read recently stated that both the Asian and Hong Kong flus had higher fatality rates than the current plague. Neither caused a shutdown of the country. I have no memory of the first, and little of the second. Neither affected me.
    Enjoyed the list of firearms sayings most of which I’ve espoused for some time. I’m off to the range about an hour. We’ve had a lot of newbies show up lately with their new rifles, mostly ARs. I wind up being an instructor. “My new rifle’s jamming!” “Did you lube the bolt carrier?” “The what?” I get out the can of CLP. Rifle now runs fine. I really don’t mind. Most are nice folks and I like to feel they know a bit more when they leave.

          1. I’ve helped a lot of the clan to shoot better since we moved here. They all had some bad habits regarding stance, grip, and trigger control. Thankfully they all exhibit great trigger discipline and safety.

    1. Yeah, wearing a face diaper in above 85 degrees with low humidity and wind blowing… All factors that either kill the ‘Rona or reduce it’s ability to be caught down pert near 0%.


      Face diapers…

  6. Good rules–

    “Never say “I’ve got a gun.”” I used a night scenario to impress this on female customers. I would explain that “You have just told the bad guy A) where you are and B) that you are female. Another sound that needs no translation is the racking of a pump shotgun.

    1. Racking the shotgun is good and it sends a message. It also lets them know that you have a shotgun (and what level of cover they should expect to need) and where you are.

      Now if you’re shooting slugs, cover isn’t something that they will need to worry about.

        1. A university professor told my brother to shoot the bad guy first then shoot the ceiling. The idea was when the cops arrive you can say, See, I fired a warning shot.

          1. You’re not required to shoot a warning shot. In fact the police procedure manuals that I am familiar with prohibit warning shots.

      1. Yeah, and the Netherlands did very little, and is performing even better.

        Germany OTOH, has phenomenally low deaths/million pop (half that of Canada!) and nobody is talking about it at all. IDK if they;re just cooking the books in the opposite direction from us, or what – but I’d love to find out.


        1. There’s a lot of book cooking going on.

          For example, I’d like the ACTUAL (I doubt that they exist) statistics on people who died of heart attacks, strokes, cancer, auto accidents who were listed as COVID deaths.

          I do not imply that people didn’t die of the plague. There is no question that under many circumstances, it was lethal. For example, if you’re 90, have asthma, a bad heart and you get it, that’s the tipping point.

  7. I knew this Wuflu crap was going to ramp up about now. No surprises for those who pay attention. I still have not, nor will I ever, don a mask of suppression.

        1. If you don’t give it, the Harris/Biden ticket will take it and give it to them to buy loyalty. They get it either way.

  8. The virus is a tool, the peoples willingness to go along with edicts without the slightest bit of independent verification is what worries me.
    The endless propaganda has convinced a large portion of our population that if they contract the virus, They Will Die from it.
    Then they feel virtuous about harassing others who are better informed.
    If we extrapolated peoples fear index into reality, we would ALL know a half dozen people who died from this, and 20 more in the ICU.
    It’s brilliant, really. What a con job!
    Reminds me so much of the Wenatchee witch trials and McMartin pre school hysteria.
    I wounder if those coronavidians would feel inclined to buy some south sea trading stocks, or maybe some tulip futures?

      1. Or silver coins – those bullion coins that they sell on Fox News. They’re bound to go up in price one day.

  9. I know your humility, LL, but that was a powerful sermon. My takeaways were Nottingham, always a good message, and the Arizona Biden parable on corruption, senility, deceit and hubris.

    The Elk in the freezer allegory was good too. Amen.

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