Thursday, July 5, 2018


Pushed the limits yesterday and the body said, whoa! Intermittent sleep leads to a rambling blog posting.


Do stupid things, win stupid prizes. Consider this, now deceased, local. About as clean an intersection as you will find. Warning signs galore. A jowl shaker.

Then we have this rocket scientist who never learned, “Don’t go bothering something that ain’t bothering you”.

All the others involved aren’t too bright either.

Their contribution to society must be bad examples. Some may learn from their examples. Nah, dumb shits will be dumb shits.


Because when you pull the trigger they fire. Consider the case of 82 year old Anna Mae Blessing of Arizona. Upset with the idea her 72 year old son might put her in a care facility; she shot him twice, fatally. Lost in the clutter of details is the revolver she used was last fired, according to her, in the 1970’s.


Ban or no, fireworks were going off in my neighborhood yesterday. Sounded puny compared to the overhead thunderstorm.

A bad year again in Colorado. The screen shot is just major fires. 

 Many more smaller fires.

Every state has fires but I only live in one. Part of nature, in the long view, but in the short view let’s blame Al Gore.


LL said...

I also blame Gore for the old AZ lady who shot the guy, and for the lady who brought the trash panda home. That's how I roll these days.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

We are inspired by the (P)regressive Trump Derangement Syndrome. Why should they have all the fun?

Momma Fargo said...

Ok. I want to know how you can shoot someone dead twice. It's just a question.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Momma Fargo. Hey, you're the cop.

Coffeypot said...

She was 82 and he was 72? She was 10 yo when she berth him? Wow! I guess ALGORE was responsible for this, too.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Never noticed the closeness in age reading the article. Good catch!

drjim said...

Good gravy...somebody voluntarily took a baby raccoon INTO their home?

Yeah, they're cute, but they're also destructive, evil, mean, and nasty.

AND are a rabies vector.....

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Wild animals are meant to be wild.

Fredd said...

Yes, revolvers are the way to go. All of these fancy schmancy Glocks and other semi-automatic pistols have safety crap all over them: you gotta pull back the charging mechanism to jack a shell into the chamber, make sure the safety is off, make sure you have a good grip on them so that the grip safety is secured, and even then they may fire, they may not.

Just load 6 rounds into the chamber of a revolver, point at the dirt bag and pull the trigger; works every time.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

My Charter Arms .44 is over 30 years old. Has 1,000+ rounds through it. Has had zero, repeat zero, misfires. Been to a gunsmith once to add a peep sight (helps with my macular degeneration) and I had him check the timing. Dead on.