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earned my keep

We had some snow to deal with this morning. Less than what I faced numerous times in Grangeville, Idaho, and certainly less than many parts of the country, but an unusually large amount for this part of the world. A) The Darby Library has an unbroken record of opening as scheduled regardless of weather. B) Missy and Mom were signed up to set the library up and open by 11:00 AM. A + B means we had to have the driveway cleared before 10:30 AM. JUST made it. The three of us worked the deck, rails, sidewalk, and driveway. My part was to run the snowblower for two hours. I left the details to the girls. I did another hour […]

kill the old red rooster

I inherited a crummy coop, no pen and 20 chickens.  The girls preferred hanging out with the dominant old rooster. I bumped off three middle-aged roosters who kept pestering the chickens to their obvious displeasure, and who kept the old guy running around like crazy keeping those boys from bugging the girls.  Finally peace in the flock, but still NO eggs. ZERO. Not just for days, but for months. There was a small sub-flock of May/June birds that the main flock pushed away early on, and kept separate during the day. It was comprised of one rooster who bothered nobody and three hens. Still, with a variety of ages in the flock, NO EGGS. Just 50 pounds of feed every […]

school shooting

It is a couple days too early in the news cycle for me to comment much, or link to any serious reporting on the recent school shootings. They are obviously first and foremost an opportunity for those who would have us defenseless to make their anti-personally-owned gun law pitches. I can think of no more dangerous society to live in than one where the ruling elite and their palace guard have a monopoly in arms. What will not happen is a set of laws that creates such a situation. The closest they can hope to get will be a very uncivil civil war between the rulers, their armed subordinates and the people who will die fighting rather than on their […]

demon-ocracy

The dang word is ubiquitous. I cannot seem to escape it. Even people who rail against The Deep State use this word as if it is some talisman against exactly what it created. That was a deliberate word-smithing change. Dang crafty of them, but we certainly should be smarter than to accept that little shill-sally. In a REPUBLIC, the rule of law protects the minority. In a democracy, the majority buys a bill of goods from the ruling elite, then accepts their subservience feeling they had a say in who would rule over them. The minority who understand this, who understand political philosophy, who understand history, who understand bullies, rulers, psychopaths and sociopaths can just go pound sand … or […]

I’m back

I am sorry for the dearth of posts in the last several days. For the second time in my life, I changed webhosts. Though this was much better than the last one, it was not easy for one who really does not speak the language. I am not quite done with the process, but very close. One thing I think you might notice is the speed. I’ll talk more about my new host when the dust settles. I think I will be giving them a rave review and suggesting them for anyone needing a host. But only after the dust of construction settles down.

What is an EMP? Why should you care?

Your have read about it here; heard about it in many places. Perhaps you are one of the rare birds who have done a few things in case one comes along. Elias Alias, at his Mental Militia website put together a primer on the subject, along with many of its permutations… Ya’know, how it would completely change your life, and that of everyone on Earth. Of course it won’t happen… Unless it does. The probability is low (or is it?). The severity is high (extreme, actually). In business and personal life, any possible event with high severity merits attention. I will let Judge Jeanine Pirro tell you a bit more in this 3-minute news clip: The full course of study, […]

Democrats respond

The Memo, was talked about for a couple weeks before finally being presented to the public. Many of us thought that was stupid. It gave the guilty parties, actually that might be more accurately phrased in the singular “guilty party”, ample time to line up their denial stories and defense tactics. Notably, a rather obvious part of their damage control was calling it “The Nunes Memo” rather than “The House Intelligence Committee Report”. Though it was crafted by numerous authors, researched by multiple investigators and thoroughly worked over by the entire group, spin doctors started immediately working to make it seem one man’s agenda rather than the scathing truth bomb it is. The Memo comes out, widely attacked by the […]

tsunami of truth heading for DC

From USA Watchdog .com is this prediction for 2018. In case Greg Hunter’s website and interviews are new to you, they are very good. Well, you can see for yourself below. With more than a little possibility of one or more “wild card”, or “black swan” events changing the trajectory dramatically, I think this prediction for the direction the USofA is currently headed is excellent. I would add another caveat that we will never get the whole truth, but completely agree that the bits we do get will be dramatic. —————————————————-   […]

Bitterroot Blues Band charts

The Bitterroot Blues Band is a Spring 2018 Darby Adult Education class. This one is open to 16-18-year-old musicians at no cost, as long as they fit in with the rest of the musicians. I encourage young, old and in-between to join us, or at least come by to see if you might want to. We meet in the Darby High School music room on Saturday evenings. I open the doors at 4:30. Downbeat is at 5:00. Class ends officially at 6:00. We usually stay a bit late. We are scheduled every Saturday to June 30th. Class fees are $48 regular, $24 for 60-and-above, free for students under 18. Download the tunes I have digitized below. down_by_the_riverside_G_bass clef down_by_the_riverside_G_ guitar […]