Man comes forward in Foster shooting

Garret Foster was a BLM marcher who was shot in Austin while open carrying an AK clone. The man who shot him has come forward and released a statement through his attorney.

The man is Daniel Perry, an active duty US Army sergeant who was driving for Uber on the night of the shooting, when he turned a corner toward a protest he did not know was taking place. At that point, the protesters began beating on Perry’s car. Foster then allegedly approached the car window holding an assault rifle and gestured with the gun for the driver to roll down the window. Perry did so because he believed the person was associated with law enforcement.

Soon after rolling down the window, Perry realized Foster was not an officer when Foster raised his rifle at Perry. The attorney said Perry perceived that as a threat to his life and fired at Foster using a handgun he kept in his car.


Don’t go without a gun

It’s just a car that is likely insured. There is no need to open your door and allow a criminal access to your house. Call the cops. However, if you DO feel the need to confront someone:

Don’t ever answer the door or confront a trespasser unless you are armed with a quality firearm. This guy didn’t do that, and paid for it with not only his own life, but the life of his son and the health of his wife, while his grandson hid for his life.

A man who had earlier fled from police, who terminated the pursuit due to high speeds, was confronted by the homeowner as he was trying to steal a car in the driveway. The criminal then used a baseball bat to kill the homeowner, his adult son, and seriously injure the homeowner’s wife, all while their 10 year old grandson hid in the closet while calling 911.

Officers from four different law enforcement agencies responded and were eventually able to take the man into custody.


It was bound to happen

With all of those boating accidents, it was bound to happen sooner or later.


UN opposes the use of force in Portland

The United Nations has urged the U.S. to stop using what critics say is excessive force on protesters and journalists during ongoing demonstrations in cities, including Portland, Ore.

Fifty-three countries at the U.N. Human Rights Council came out in support of China’s crackdown on Hong Kong just three weeks ago. So the UN can kiss our ass.


Security scare

I was sitting at home at 10:30 this morning when the doorbell rang. I was in my underwear and not expecting anyone, so I didn’t answer it. A few minutes later, I see that he is walking around the outside my house.

I threw on some body armor, grabbed a PDW, and watched him as I called the cops. He left before they arrived. I got a picture of him, his car, and the back of his shirt, which had the name of a local business on it.

It turns out that he was a construction worker who had the wrong address. I am on XXX road, and he was looking for the next street over, which is XXX avenue. He was supposed to install rain gutters. The funny thing is that the numerical parts of the address on my road are not the same numerical addresses as the houses on the avenue. 



During my six years in the US Navy, I was assigned to an aircraft carrier. During that time, we had 4 different commanding officers. The problem with being on an aircraft carrier is that the CO is a former aviator, and he is so close to making admiral, he can taste it. The officers that make it that far are pure politicians who are looking to trade that eagle on their collar for a star.

The first one didn’t want to be bothered with having to actually DO his job. He would hold NJP on an aircraft carrier as follows:
He would be on the flight deck, standing behind a lectern.
The accused sailors would be lined up in ranks on the aircraft elevator at the hanger deck level.
The elevator would be raised to the flight deck.
The CO would say: “You all must be guilty, or you would be here. I find you guilty as charged. Reduction in rank, you will forfeit a half month’s pay times two months, restriction to the ship for 45 days, with extra duty for 45 days. Dismissed.” and then the elevator with the accused on it would be lowered back down to the hanger.

Our second CO was a decent guy. His career was destroyed when our ship collided with another, 30 minutes after he had left the bridge with the ship’s Navigator in charge.

The third CO we had was probably the best. We had just received a new radar repeater for the Captain’s chair on the bridge. I installed and tested it. It was cool. It attached to the arm of the chair and allowed the CO to see any radar display that was available to the ship.

It also turns out that the power supply for it was faulty. Not may fault, it came from the factory like that. That power supply caught fire while the CO was sitting in the chair. The power supply was mounted to the chair, just under the CO’s ass. It burned his left cheek and melted a hole in his pants.

A couple of months later, I was standing in formation so the CO could pin my Surface Warfare pin on me. This was back in the day when warfare pins were difficult to get and most people didn’t have them. (Not like today when nearly everyone does) As he was pinning it on me, he said, “Congratulations, Petty Officer Divemedic. You aren’t going to set me on fire in celebration, are you?” We both laughed. As I said, nice guy.

We went to war with that CO. I respected him a lot.

Then we got the fourth one. He was, to put it mildly, a warmonger. We were a nuclear capable command, and it scared all of us that this man was in charge of nuclear weapons. He used to begin every announcement with “When we arrive, there will be blood on the water,” then would talk about how he was eager to go to war. I think that this was because he was the only person in the ship that had not been to the Gulf. 

Even the junior officers would complain about him. In front of NCOs. If you have ever been in the military, you know things are bad when the JO’s are complaining about the CO in front of enlisted personnel.

It seems, from talking to people I know, that the officer problem has gotten worse.


Men are evil, says Federal judge

Long article about how men are evil, hate women, and guns should therefore be outlawed. What the Federal judge has to say is the issue:

“It seems to me it’s almost always men, with these obsessions. They act on on them in violent ways. And it ends up in (these) tragedies,” Lefkow, 76, told The Associated Press.

If I were ever to appear in that judge’s courtroom, I would immediately demand that she be recused in any case involving a male defendant. She has publicly stated that she is prejudicial towards men. How a judge can make a public statement like that is beyond me.

Here is the test: How would people feel about what you say, if it were said about black people (the current popular victim class)?

“It seems to me it’s almost always blacks, with these obsessions. They act on on them in violent ways. And it ends up in (these) tragedies,” Lefkow, 76, told The Associated Press.

See what I mean? It doesn’t matter who the target is, for a judge to make a statement like this should result in every man who has appeared in her courtroom since the 2005 incident should receive a new trial, and the judge herself should be removed from the bench.


Is deadly force authorized?

We are seeing that Antifa has stepped up their game. They are now using lasers to intentionally blind people with whom they disagree. It isn’t just cops.

776.012 Use or threatened use of force in defense of person.—
(2) A person is justified in using or threatening to use deadly force if he or she reasonably believes that using or threatening to use such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony. A person who uses or threatens to use deadly force in accordance with this subsection does not have a duty to retreat and has the right to stand his or her ground if the person using or threatening to use the deadly force is not engaged in a criminal activity and is in a place where he or she has a right to be.

Now I am not a lawyer, but the law seems to be clear here- the person across the street is shining a laser in your face, with the deliberate goal of causing you to be blinded. It seems to me that being blinded for life is great bodily harm.

I also need to see about getting some laser goggles for green lasers.


All liberals are crazy

Remember the video from a few days ago, where what appears to be a woman is yelling about being arrested in Portland?

It turns out that this “woman” is actually a man who claims to be a woman. According to his bio, Dr. Juniper L. Simonis is a Data Analyst in the Weecology Labat the University of Florida. He has a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and makes a living using mathematics to study living things. How in the world can a person who doesn’t even understand boys versus girls be a so-called “expert” on biology? This is why people don’t believe “experts” any more.

On a side note, he is also a two time world champion athlete who became a world champion by being a man who beats up girls.

This is insanity.

For years, I have used the following to illustrate the insanity of the transgender position:

Let’s say that I believe myself to be a gorilla. No matter how strongly I believe it, I am still not a gorilla.
Let’s say that I take pills to make myself grow more hair to look more like a gorilla. I am still not a gorilla.
If I hire a surgeon to perform an operation to make myself look more like a gorilla, I am still not a gorilla.
If I get a million people to say that I can be whatever I identify myself as, and declare than I am a gorilla, I am still not a gorilla.
If I were to believe myself to be a gorilla and took the steps above, people would say I am crazy.


Trump surrenders

President Trump has surrendered to the Antifa mobs in Portland. Federal police will be pulling out of Portland beginning on Thursday.

The Portland Federal Courthouse will be looted and/or burned down this weekend.