Just Ranting!

June 30, 2008 on 10:53 pm | In Friends, Health, Leather & Lace, Life, Opinion, Pretty Patches, The Good Ol' Days, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Just Ranting!

First off, marriage is not something that can determine the sincerity of your relationship. It does in fact, change the entire outlook of life in general of the one you chose to propose to! If your lady ever tells you that she’ll not be changed by that little piece of paper…RUN! The bitch is lying through her teeth. She may not know it at the time, but trust me here my friends, they ALL change! Once you’ve committed yourself to a woman, they have you by the balls. Literally! Don’t get me wrong here, I truly do love my wife, hell, after over thirty years together It has to be love, either that or I’ve been emasculated in my sleep and hypnotized into citizenry beyond my control. My advice to any aspiring husbands to be…is run dude, run!

D.C’s Gun Ban

June 27, 2008 on 5:43 am | In Life, Opinion, Politics, Uncategorized | Comments Off on D.C’s Gun Ban

It’s about time that the supreme court ruled on the illegal gun ban that has had the District of Columbia imprisoned by criminals with the upper hand. Those that would speak out against the average citizen having the right to defend themselves and their loved ones as well as their property against low-lifes that have no respect for life or property of any kind should themselves be subjected to the terror of helplessness. Police are an “after the fact” recourse. Really now, face the reality of what the police themselves can actually do to protect the average citizen from the criminal element. Absolutely nothing until “after the fact”! Unless a crime has been committed and that proof is available, readily available, along with an eyewitness, then there is little the law will do. They either have to witness the act themselves or have probable cause to interfere beforehand. Otherwise its simply something you are afraid of might happen. Far too many times has the lack of a handgun by a law abiding citizen cost them their valuables, their self respect and even the lives of their loved ones as well as their own lives. When they first enacted the gun ban in D.C. some three decades back, the streets have become increasingly unsafe, until there was no place, no neighborhood, during any time of day or night, where one could feel safe from attack. Rapes and murders and drive by shootings have become a daily occurrence in the District. Even kids in school have no assurance of safety. Washington D.C., like other cities that have banned guns from being owned and/or carried by the law-abiding members of our society, has shown that if you outlaw guns then only outlaws will have them!. The destruction of the American way of life is being carried out by left wing fanatics, bleeding heart liberals, and the Democratic Party. Add the idiocy of celebrities and you have one helluva clusterflock to deal with. Perhaps now, with the right to bear arms reinstated within the city limits, those criminals will come to understand that their once easy prey, can now fight back on more even ground.

Now if the Supreme Court could gather the cajones to rule on the immigration problem in this country, especially when it comes to allowing the influx of Muslims to continue unabated, Then maybe, just maybe mind you, we’ll be able to reverse the effects that are right now plaguing Europe and Canada in regards to the Islamic hi-jacking of their respective societies.

That “Feeling Down” syndrome

June 23, 2008 on 1:17 pm | In Business, Flea Market, Harley-Davidson, Life, Opinion, The Good Ol' Days, Uncategorized | Comments Off on That “Feeling Down” syndrome

I’m guessing that my life is finally caught up with me. My health, although by appearances seems to be improving, is not. My multiple back injuries have taken their toll and now I dread having to move at times. I’m losing my memory, my eyesight is getting worse, and I have little or no taste left. Not sure what else is going to fail next but I just hope when it does go it does it when I’m alone so I don’t have to play hard-ass and suck it up while I fall over dead or something.

I’ve managed to pack rat away far too much junk over the years playing citizen and now I’m at that crossroads where I am about to just chuck it all out and say “to hell with it”. I spend my military pension and my entire social security on keeping the house and paying some bills. I reinvest so little to making it at the markets that it doesn’t seem to be paying off. Unable to ride the bike due to the seriousness of my pain problems. I have no social life and my personal life sucks. But I must admit, I do put on a good front. Depression doesn’t help my mood any either. I’ve several doctor’s appointments coming up at the VA this month. I may just check out the sixth floor to see if the head doctors might be able to shed some light on things. It’s a real pain getting old, and I’ve figured out what the worst thing about growing old is…its growing old!

Flea market trends

June 21, 2008 on 7:33 pm | In Business, Flea Market, Friends, Life, Opinion, The Good Ol' Days, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Flea market trends

Spent the day at the local flea market trying to make a few bucks so I can pay some bills around here, again. Seems like the bills keep coming faster and the finances keep getting slimmer and coming slower. hard to sell quality merchandise at a fair price when half the market is filled with dollar store mentality shoppers who are more into strolling and critiquing the merchants then purchasing anything for their homes or themselves. Times are not as bad as everyone is trying to make them out to be. But if the sheep fear the wolf is going to foreclose on their little straw homes or take their job and give it to the burros, then what can you do but suck it up and laugh at the insecure citizens over their ignorance. Things really have to get better soon or I’m just going to have to pack it in for awhile and lay low till the dust settles and people are more willing to spend. Looks like anymore that the dealers are the only ones doing anything about it. Only problem there is that we just seem to be trading gear and passing around the same money from one pocket to the next just to keep appearances up. At least that way we can pretend we’re still making something.

Not Quite What Was Expected

June 17, 2008 on 8:56 am | In Friends, Harley-Davidson, Leather & Lace, Life, Opinion, Pretty Patches, Relatives, The Good Ol' Days, Travel, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Not Quite What Was Expected

The ol’ lady and I took our girls and two of our youngests friends out to the water on Father’s Day weekend so that we might enjoy a few days of relaxation. It didn’t quite turn out the way she had expected. What with all the stress she’s under handling just about anything and everything , she didn’t quite appreciate everybody telling her “not” to do so much. She felt like everyone was criticising her every move in voicing their opinions on whatever she said, or so it seemed to her. In all actuality they were just a bit overly concerned that she was ruining her health by doing so much. What they can’t seem to comprehend is that she likes doing things for people less fortunate then ourselves. We’ve both pretty much been that way from way before we even met, we’re scooter folk for crissakes. We know what it’s like to be down and nearly out. Our people have helped us in times of need and it’s only natural to reach out when you can and assist a fella or a dame in need. Especially if they have kids. Never suffer the innocent we believe.

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