Just Some White Noise.


  • February 17, 2024 at 12:43 am

    Sharp as her Mama, that one.

    • February 17, 2024 at 2:46 am

      And from the looks of things, soft as her Mama too!

  • February 17, 2024 at 12:46 am
    President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

    Ohhhhhh, good one!

    • February 17, 2024 at 3:37 pm

      I have this to say concerning the USA–we live in the most exceptional country on the planet, populated by an extraordinary people who are governed by a political system unique in history. It should be further noted that throughout our history we have met and prevailed over issues even more serious than the current mess, with an unbroken record of success. It is our heritage to continue the struggle of our predecessors to ensure our Republic endures. God willing, it shall, through the effort and sacrifice of these extraordinary citizens.

  • February 17, 2024 at 12:52 am

    Yeah, I’ve always been mystified that the people who most like to poke the nuclear-armed bears (let the reader understand) are the ones who live in the big targets.

  • February 17, 2024 at 1:00 am
    Hotrod Lincoln

    “Enemies foreign and domestic” don’t like to venture out beyond the range of street lights. Things that go bump in the dark can be deadly dangerous, and the evidence of what happened to invaders, alphabet soup turncoats, and political weasels can usually end up several feet underground before daylight comes around again. Don’t mess with people with heavy equipment and places to dig deep holes!

    • February 17, 2024 at 10:03 am

      I always said, bury ’em deep, say nuttin’ to nobody, “Keep Calm And Carry On”…

      I’m on my way outta Big-City Dodge, carryin’, and scared of nothin’. It doesn’t pay to screw with old codgers….we have so little to lose.

      • February 17, 2024 at 10:06 am

        At my age, a life sentence to unrestricted internet, free food and health car, isn’t much of a deterrent.

  • February 17, 2024 at 1:01 am

    Does anyone else read Jeff’s words with an Austrian accent?

  • February 17, 2024 at 1:22 am

    This is the first time in a long life that I’ve ever wanted to be a hamburger.

    • February 17, 2024 at 11:14 am
      Deplorable MAGADONIAN Mutt-PaulS

      I’m holding out to be a hotdog 😉

  • February 17, 2024 at 2:34 am

    “Our” big cities have been under attack for decades. Chicago has had an unbroken chain of Democrat administrations since 1931. Yet the voters keep reelecting them.

    But now the bill is coming due.

    • February 17, 2024 at 9:17 am
      Shooter 2.5

      The massive voter fraud started with Chicago. As long as Mayor Daley Sr. kept the streets clean and crime down, no one cared. He loved the city and worked for it. His image was living in the same house he started with. His son is an idiot and tried to use the same voter fraud when he showed up in Florida during Bush/Gore. No one cared that a car showed up with a voter machine in the trunk. Even Newsweek noticed how putting in multiple ballots into the machines created the hanging chads. But no one cared again. We will never have fair elections ever again. It’s over.

      • February 17, 2024 at 7:36 pm

        Chicago is cancelling the contract for the acoustic shot locating system that tells you where gunfire is coming from because it’s apparently ‘racist’ since most of the shots are in ‘minorty’ neighbourhoods
        Fast forward to the upcoming dnc convention there…
        Rewind to Dallas…
        The scapegoat has already been chosen so there’s no need to monitor the grassy knolls…but every need to not show where gunfire came from

    • February 18, 2024 at 11:25 pm

      Hotlanta’s been under Dem. Control for over 120 years…great shape they are in, isn’t it?

  • February 17, 2024 at 3:33 am

    the country has everything the cities need, and the cities have nothing the country wants.

    • February 17, 2024 at 11:13 am

      Which gives us hope for the future.
      Cities are becoming obsolete, if they’re not already.
      What we need is some means of clearing them out.

  • February 17, 2024 at 8:01 am

    Thinking about the violence coming our way thanks to the O’Biden cartel, there is an interesting dilemma regarding the tactics of the invaders battle planners.

    When the ‘word’ is given and the thousands of illegal muslims, chi-coms, MS13, etc form up to begin their terror campaigns, do they immediately begin guerilla warfare in the large population areas? If they commit to those targets because of the political and newsworthy impact, that leaves a very well-armed group of citizens in their rear.

    Now the rural citizens are not motivated to attack the invaders while they are in the cities nor is it wise to do so. But when sufficient invaders are committed to their urban warfare, the citizens can surround the cities, cut off food and water, and let the invaders starve.

    Now there are a lot of holes in such a scenario starting with: who is going to organize the citizens? And can the everyday folks living in the non-urban areas bring themselves to pull a trigger on other human beings? This is more difficult than one would think as our heightened level of civility (compared to much of the rest of the world) works against us.

    Lots to consider … but it would be prudent for us Dads to buy weapons and ammo and then be sure our family members are at least familiar with these tools.

    • February 17, 2024 at 8:42 am
      William Henry

      Yep, I’ve reloaded ammo for over 45 years. I don’t have ammo shortages of any kind.

      • February 17, 2024 at 9:21 am
        Shooter 2.5

        It’s NOT what you have. It’s what you use. I knew a guy who had a fifth wheeler full of ammunition. It was astounding how bad of a shot he was. I had never seen him hit a target of an kind.

      • February 17, 2024 at 10:17 am

        yeah…”Be Prepared”.

    • February 17, 2024 at 9:02 am

      You might want to read Connections by James Burke (1978) (available free online several places now), specifically Chapter 1, “The Trigger Effect”. Or just watch the first episode of his BBC series of the same name, also available online.

      It won’t take a coordinated effort by the “country class” as Codevilla called them to bring down urban civilization. Simple failure of the electrical grid and other services would suffice.

      There was even a movie based on that chapter of that book, titled The Trigger Effect (1996). It starred Kyle MacLachlan, and wasn’t very good, but it portrayed the way things would fall apart accurately.

      That is the fundamental flaw of the progressive wet dream of imposing their Utopia by martial law (as in the movie The Siege). Without someone to keep their infrastructure running, the cities cannot survive long enough to become the centers of an aggressive authoritarian state.

      The rule is, “Every city is just ten days from starvation”. Another version goes “Everyone in a city is just a week from murder and possibly cannibalism”.

      The supremacists have waited too long and put all their eggs in one basket.

      But arrogance and stupidity have always ridden in the same cart. Always lashing the horses, wanting to go faster and faster, plunging headlong toward their Radiant Future.

      And never seeing the precipice until it was too late.

      clear ether


      • February 17, 2024 at 11:12 am

        That was one of, if not the most fascinating series I can remember.
        You can still watch it on youtube and I did only a few months ago.
        It would never work today though…hmmm…maybe it would…whatever a dem/criminal (redundant, I know) gets caught at is always ‘someone else’s fault’.

      • February 17, 2024 at 12:38 pm

        Farmers are pragmatic to a fault and can be utterly brutal to the point of ruthless if such is required. I’m not sure the average champaign socialist realizes how easily their artificial “world” would collapse.

        Both Stalin and Mao displaced and/or killed farmers and ended up starving millions. When you see the farmer protests throughout Europe, you’d think the WEF-guided idiot class would grab a clue but…

      • February 17, 2024 at 8:15 pm

        Here’s an interesting note regarding urban cannibalism. What percentage of today’s city dwellers do you suppose would have the vaguest idea of how to dress out the carcass?

        Even were they willing and had a heaping pile of corpses to work with, the vast majority wouldn’t know how to go about it.

    • February 17, 2024 at 9:36 am
      Shooter 2.5

      I’m glad you mentioned water. I had been without water to my house of a month and it was eye opening. Drinking water, toilet water, taking a shower or bath was a problem. It rained so I had buckets for the toilet but keeping clean was a problem. Drinking water was the least of my problems since I had gallons of water stored up. I used rainwater buckets to flush. I have large blue barrels for emergency water for flushing and cleaning but neglected to fill them. I was thinking of rerouting my gutter to fill barrels but never started the project. I know of a guy who was without power for two weeks and he burned a gallon of diesel a day for the generator. I still don’t have hot water and I haven’t washed dishes in a month.

      • February 17, 2024 at 11:16 am

        At least all you had to do was get water in, we had a broken sewer line and it took eight months to get someone to fix it. We had lots of water, just nowhere for it to go, ended up spending a fortune on hotels because apparently the insurance company decided that since it was broken underground where it attached to the street sewer they didn’t have to pay out. Flushing the toilet with a bucket instead of running out to gas stations and coffee shops would have been a godsend, especially since there in’t anything open after 1AM here.

      • February 17, 2024 at 12:52 pm

        Life is filled with tough choices…

        At the house in Texas, we’re on rocky sloped land, municipal water and sewers; electric hvac etc. We’re spitting distance from a hydroelectric dam. So long as the Colorado River keeps flowing, that should be secure. That being said, we lost power for 5 days in the winter of 2020/21 and chaos wasn’t far from the door due to supply chain disruptions… but firearms are readily available.

        At the house in Canada, we have arable land, our own well and septic, a diesel whole-of-house generator… but Sparklesocks O’Blackface and his Mendacious Marxist Minions hate firearms and make it nearly impossible to get any…

        My wife is Texan and her preferences are noted. My pension is Canadian and she doesn’t have a pension… While the snowbird lifestyle is working for now, if the world goes sideways, cost/benefit analysis won’t be easy.

      • February 17, 2024 at 9:00 pm

        We were without power for 27 days due to an ice storm some years back. No power, no generator (had one installed the next summer). Fortunately, we had town water run in the subdivision a year earlier, so we had fresh water. If I’d still been on the well we’d have been toast. Used the living room woodstove to keep the house warm, and a Coleman camping stove to cook. The snowdrift in the backyard served as a refrigerator. Oil lamps for light (had a collection I had used when I was stationed in Turkey. We got three hours of electricity a day, four days a week.)

    • February 17, 2024 at 10:15 am

      Yeah. Did that last thing years/decades ago. Family knows that if they draw, they must use…or lose. I’ve been armed. and trained (legally) for the last 60 years.
      “Armed thug” life size paper targets help. Never hesitate advice for them — think of their children being raped, beaten, attacked.
      We’re getting to that point…remember Oct 7th.

      • February 17, 2024 at 8:27 pm

        I’ve, personally, had to draw twice. In neither case did I fire. In neither case did I need to. In neither case was I arrested, charged, or jailed.

        The old “if you draw, you must use” canard is dangerous fuddlore and should not be taken as sound.

        Remember, the most dangerous part of a deadly confrontation can easily be trying to defend your actions in a hostile court.

        If you draw, you should be on a hair trigger. You should be READY to shoot. You should be WILLING to shoot. You should be PREPARED to shoot. But, you should also be prepared to NOT shoot if the situation de-escalates.

        Everything in the previous paragraph should also have been baked into your brain well before you strapped that hogleg around your waist.

    • February 18, 2024 at 1:13 am
      Too Tall

      The Demoncrats have already lost control.

      One a subzero night last week, in a “nice’ neighborhood two doors down from their Aldercreature, the legal citizens and residents of the Hispanic gang, the legai citizens and residents of the Biack gangs, and the illegal invaders from Venezuela, decided to have a little dust-up over (wait for it….) a double parked automobile. Eight people shot.

      Word is the illegal Venezuelans were better armed and much better shots, than the homegrown criminal gangs.

      Coming to a major city near you this summer.

  • February 17, 2024 at 9:03 am

    Neighbors have been helping neighbors in the country for years and that equals good comms. Communication is key to any successful joint operations. Most of us have weapons, and forming into companies, platoons, and fire teams will take good communication. Getting along helps. We don’t see that type of cooperation in the urban areas unless it’s to put out the “science is real, your rioting is okay, and we excuse your shitty behavior because it’s your nature/culture” signs in front yards. Or on mass shoplifting sprees. Those folks make easy targets for the baddies once it starts. Good. I don’t want to care for those idiots when the blood starts letting.

    • February 17, 2024 at 10:18 am
      The Nth Doctor

      Which is why it’s so important to learn (or re-familiarize yourself) with old-school communications systems like CB radios, Ham (shortwave) radio, morse code, and so on. Even in just a plain old natural-disaster type of emergency (hurricane, blizzard, earthquake, etc.), having some kind of communication channel that’s portable, battery-powered, and NOT dependent on a grid of transciever towers whose backup batteries are probably only good for 24-48 hours at best, can be critical.

  • February 17, 2024 at 9:26 am
    Shooter 2.5

    Chris, could you please be a little more articulate with the girl’s speech. Just because they are country, they don’t have to sound like inbred trailer trash. Home schooling means a better education and knowledge. I hope the girls have a sense of quality and refinement. Thank you.

    • February 17, 2024 at 11:20 am

      I’ll take ‘Real Folk’ for $800 Alex.

      Local dialects have override, sometimes you don’t want to sound different than everyone else where you live…or be mistaken for a dem politician that puts on a different fake accent depending on where they are, or claims to have hot sauce in their purse.

      • February 17, 2024 at 12:12 pm

        OMG OA that was frikkin’ brilliant in so many ways!

        “Real folk”…”local dialects have override”…and absolutely nailed the bs fakery of dem pols…and hot sauce in that monster’s bag was just a knockoff of Beyonce, and black folks caught that pander even faster than us rednecks when the pathetic fake drawls come to town. OA Dude is on fire with the truth of regional ‘murcan language, much like there in the Great Nawth eh?

        Anyway, regional dialect, or more exactly in this case vernacular, is what sets us apart from machines in the macro and from the coasties in the micro, Kiko, never ever kowtow to their correctness and always keep your culture. And as to that being some indicator of intelligence? I’ve said so many times, that some of the dumbest people I ever met were some of the most educated, and “well-spoken”.

  • February 17, 2024 at 10:12 am
    Jim Smith

    I have thought for some time that if there’s a full-scale nuke war, our cities will not be targeted by our enemies. Destroy the electrical grid and see what emerges from the big cities by the millions. It will be just as horrifying and devastating as a foreign invading army.

  • February 17, 2024 at 10:25 am

    Yep. Distribution centers of all kinds.

  • February 17, 2024 at 12:15 pm
    Brent Dotson

    There is an old joke about Chicago politics where after a long, hard fought campaign one candidate beat out the other candidate 140% of the vote to 125% of the vote.

    Which brings to mind the saying; “It’s not true unless it makes you laugh, but you don’t really understand it until it makes you cry”

    • February 17, 2024 at 12:54 pm

      The Chicago model always makes me wonder… how do the Dems go about blaming the opposition when there is none? How can they promise free stuff when the larder is empty? How has the city managed to stave off bankruptcy with such a long line of corrupt politicians and bureaucrats grifting away the wealth?

      • February 17, 2024 at 6:04 pm

        Read John Kass’ blog. He’s been a reporter in Chicago literally for decades and tells exactly how the ruling junta there thinks and “works”.

        They couldn’t get away with it it if they didn’t have the majority of the “news media” there on their side- lying for them.

        All of the above think everybody who works and pays taxes is what Kass calls a “chumbolone”. I think you can guess the definition of that and it isn’t complimentary.

        As for Kass, I suspect he would be happy to see the lot of them hanged.

        clear ether


  • February 17, 2024 at 12:54 pm

    Just spitballn’, with the electrical grid down, eating food is pretty much going to be raw. Fresh food is only going to be veggies and available only from farms that grow it and any possible trucks carrying food. Meat has to be cut up and how many city people can start a fire without Bics. The resulting fights and scavenging will be nasty, brutish, and short. City people will not make it far.

  • February 17, 2024 at 1:03 pm

    John Nolte, a keen scribe at Breitbart, frequently writes about this …

  • February 17, 2024 at 1:17 pm

    Good morning.
    As far as folks having the will to drop hammer on other folks: a lot of folks I’ve known, myself included, have had to put down a beloved dog personally, not having the money for a vet. Pretty sure dropping the hammer on a human enemy won’t require as much pain or soul-searching.

  • February 17, 2024 at 4:42 pm
    Hotrod Lincoln

    If that alleged “human being” is a politician, a bureaucrat, or an alphabet soup traitor, the choice to pop a cap will be so much less stressful!

  • February 17, 2024 at 6:54 pm
    cb ~

    In keeping with today’s thoughts

    “F**k Around & Find Out”: Truckers Warn Loads To NYC Will Be Rejected Starting Monday

    • February 17, 2024 at 8:09 pm

      Truckers aren’t stupid. And push them a bit too far, they won’t just push back, they’ll punch you right in the nose.

      NYC, NY state, and yes even the Federal types have been pushing them for a long time.

      NY is about to find out that they need those big semis “Movin On” delivering things to NYC a lot more than the semi drivers and owners need them.

      In a sane world, Hochul and Adams would already be writing their resignation letters. But NY stopped being sane a long time ago.

      clear ether


      • February 18, 2024 at 1:04 am
        Too Tall

        New York City has less than an !8 hour supply of the essentials. Food, medicine, fuel, etc.

        One night of the big rigs failing to deliver at 2:00 AM will drop the city to its knees.

        When dawn comes and the ferals start searching to find the fix for their various Jones’s, the city will be obliterated.

    • February 18, 2024 at 11:25 am

      The *resident might take a page out of sockboy’s book and freeze trucker’s bank accounts. here’s hoping they mess that up as badly as anything else they try and shut off the EBT cards too. Those went offline for a few hours a couple of years ago and it wasn’t pretty, now picture them going down on the day they’re supposed to be ‘loaded’ with your taxdollars and the ferals can’t get their lobster tails and wagyu steaks…the carnage would be Biblical.

  • February 17, 2024 at 9:32 pm

    If the starving masses in the cities decide they’ll come out into the countryside to take food from us country folk, I’ll give them this bit of advice gratis:

    You’re thinking of taking on people who argue which gun is best to keep in their pickups. They are also much better shots having lots of practice with both sidearms and rifles. We don’t do that “spray and pray” type of shooting so common in the cities. We hit what we’re aiming at and require only a single shot to do so.

    And we have a lot more ammo than you do.

    • February 18, 2024 at 11:27 am

      Hopefully it’s on a really cold day so the manure spreaders can get a good rinsing out while the mob approaches.

  • February 17, 2024 at 10:52 pm

    Been a reader since the inception of the site, these are the 1st and second comments made here. I’d enjoy posting regularly, I’m thinking.

  • February 18, 2024 at 1:16 am
    Bear Claw Chris Lapp

    Bwahahaha ain’t that retort the truth and funny shit right there



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