An underrated actor who will be sorely missed.
I found this over at WRSA. Makes a lot of sense….
Well, looks like the ‘old homestead’ is just about to pop…
Written by DML
Yesterday, I was walking into a 7-Eleven store to get a cup of coffee. I opened the door and held it open for an African-American man wearing a PENN TRUCKING uniform. He stopped in his tracks when he reached the doorway and asked, “Do I know you?”
Having never seen this man in my life, I responded, “Maybe you’ve seen me on TV?”
He looked at my face long and hard, then replied, “No, I don’t watch TV.” I smiled and tried moving into the store but he said, “Wait. Seriously, I know you — I’ve just seen you recently.” I remained polite and replied, “Have a great day.”
As I walked away from him, I noticed the other people standing at the coffee counter staring at me — clearly, they were listening to the conversation between myself and the man.
A few seconds later, the man returns to the store and walks over to me as I am making my coffee. My antennas go up — I’m thinking this guy probably figured out who I am and he doesn’t like my politics.
Ready for an altercation, I stand my guard as he holds his cell phone up to my face. “This is you”, he proudly exclaims. He then hits the play button. I see myself sitting on an Amtrak train talking about my experience in Dearborn, Michigan.
I laugh, “Yes, that is me.”
He sticks out his hand and says, “You are my hero, brother.” I ask, “Really, why is that?”
He goes on to tell me about the deliveries he makes to Michigan every few months. “Fred” is a truck driver, and when he goes to Dearborn he cannot believe the changes taking place. “The entire place is written in Arabic. People are dressed in full black dresses from head to toe, their faces are all covered. I don’t like it at all, the place is a mess,” he says.
I ask, “Did you vote for Trump?” He replies, “F*ck yes.”
The woman next to me is making herself a cup of coffee. She stops and asks, “Can I see that video?” Fred hands her the cell phone and she hits play. Fred says, “What he shows in the video is true.” The woman then hits pause and hands the phone back to Fred. “I’ve seen this video — you look different in person,” she says to me.
Fred and the lady tell me they’ve shared the video with all of their friends and family.
To date, just on YouTube alone, it’s been watched more than 2 million times. Tack on the Facebook version and the pirated copies of the video, and the estimated number is closer to 10 million.
The video speaks for itself. Here you go — take a look at Dearborn, Michigan:
Well, it came. I was away on business, so it had to sit for a few days before I could get it from the post office, but everything worked out well. To recap, here are the specifications I gave to the Custom Knives rep:
As for the points I wasn’t happy about, the knife maker’s agent was extremely customer service oriented and very communicative, which adds a boost to my confidence. I admire people who stand behind their product and want to ensure complete customer satisfaction. He’s sending a sharpening stone because he accepted the original specs, and will ensure I get the features I want on the replacement knife he’s having built to my specs. Basically, he wants everyone to understand Andre Ronald’s commitment to quality and service, which is laudable in this day and age and brings with it customer loyalty.
So, another review will be forthcoming once the additional knife arrives, and then, based on what we see, we’ll get a final “delivery grade” for this knife maker. So far, delivery time is much less than other makers, including Randall Made Knives and Wall. Mine took a bit longer than the 4 to 6 weeks (8 until I got to the post office, but it was there in 7), but not a big deal, really. Cost? About 65 to 70% less than Randall and about $100 less than Wall.
We’re exploring options on various blade lengths with this model, along with a grip option. Time will tell on feasibility and availability.
Next is a brand-spanking-new, never carried or sharpened Case XX KaBar. I was going to make it into a survival knife/multi-tool-ferro rod kit, but decided against it as I have a few already. The only thing I did was beeswax the sheath. That’s right…not Sno-Seal, real beeswax. Bomb. Proof. SOLD Pending Funds.
The last one is an Ek knock off, plenty sharp, and well used. It’ll come in a Blackhawk knock off sheath. WYSIWYG. SOLD Pending Funds.
If it doesn’t slap you right in the face, it ought to…
It’s ‘Ol Remus!
Crystal Night was two days and nights of terror informally endorsed by Hitler, publicized by Goebbels, enabled by Gauleiters, carried out by paramilitary and civilians, and unopposed by law enforcement. They were, in this sense, spontaneous.
Read the rest, here.
RTWT. A good perspective.
So, you say, you’re going to pick yourself up the best multi-tool for the money, but you don’t know the pros and cons of one compared to another? This article, from, ‘Clever Leverage‘ provides your answers.
If you asked me what multi-tool do I have with me in my “Go-Bag” and in the field it’s this one pictured above: The Leatherman Super Tool 300 with bit driver extension and extra bits. I bought mine for under $100 on Amazon and you can too. Just like the Leatherman Wave, this model comes in 420HC stainless steel. I chose to go with the black oxide finish; you may like the plain stainless finish better. This is another great pick for campers and survivalists. It’s worth mentioning that the Super Tool 300 has a file and saw, and you know I’ve “gotta” love that.
Another great feature for outdoors people is the option of an awl. Everyone should carry cordage into the bush with them, but what if you find yourself having to stitch and thread fabric and other materials together for repair? It’s an underrated tool for both Swiss-army knives and multi-tools, but when you need an awl, they are worth their weight in gold. Here’s the low-down on the Leatherman Super Tool 300:
The Leatherman Super Tool 300 has a little more heft to it at 9.6 oz. When you hold it in your hand, and work the pliers back and forth, you know you’ve got a quality tool at your side. I can’t stand cheap, rickety tools, and this bad boy is far from it.
Read the rest, here.
Time to take off the blinders and get a look at what’s en route to ‘everytown, USA.’ Yes, it is difficult to watch. Yes, you may want to remain safely in denial. Yes, for your family you must force yourself to accept this is happening, assisted in large part, by the cultural Marxists and SJW’s in our midst.
Better keep doing your PT, studies, NPT building, and all those things that have become the duty of concerned Americans. It sucks, but we drew the duty.
The original post is here.
We urge you to download and save this video if you have the capability to do so and to share it with anyone you care about. The reason many people don’t know about what is really happening in Europe is that videos like this are censored, taken down from social sharing media, and there has been a deliberate media blackout about the reality of life on the ground for the native born population of Europe. Those who speak out are threatened and “anti-blasphemy” laws are being codified into law, which makes it a crime to criticize Islam or the prophet Mohammed.
Tens of thousands of military age male African migrants amassed in Mexican border towns awaiting to be granted asylum to the US under a secret pact according to documents discovered by Judicial Watch.
Judicial Watch uncovered a plot for secret amnesty for tens of thousands of >> African economic migrants pent up in the border towns in Mexico << bordering the United States, almost all military age Muslim males, waiting for the opportunity to enter. There are many more migrants from the Americas (South America, Central America and Haiti) also amassing at border towns who had been advised that as long as they were able to enter the United States, they would be allowed to stay, would be resettled at taxpayer expense and eligible for the full range of social welfare benefits. The vast majority of them undertook this journey independently, guided by smart phone GPS apps along established corridor routes. It took significant resources and coordination for these people to finally arrive at our southern border.
We are not supposed to ask how these migrants managed to pay for, and complete, the many thousand miles journey from Africa to Central America, transit safely through Mexico with the assistance of GPS route guidance to be told to wait at the border until the time is right. This didn’t happen accidently. The questions we must ask are: who funded this, who organized it, and how are they going to be brought to justice. This is a planned invasion, organized population replacement and extinguishment no different from any other attack on our homeland. This is a declaration of War by unknown entities against us.
We have a right to safety and security. We have the right to determine who comes into our country, who is settled into our neighborhoods, and who we feel can be successfully assimilated into our culture and will be a positive, contributing force to our country.
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