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Saturday, November 23, 2013

You've Been Warned

The Month Of Being Thankful

Seems like every year people use the month of November to say what they are thankful each day. Fuck that. I am thankful every day. I am thankful for our Forefathers that set forth what we have today, The Constitution, The Bill Of Rights, etc. For those serving in our Armed Forces that voluntarily put themselves in harms way. For the Vets that were forcefully put in harms way and never battered an eye.  For my fellow Patriots that stand up and let their voices be heard. For the farmers that wake up at 3am because the cows need fed and milked and don't ask for anything in return. They deserve more thanks for feeding America. For my parents that taught me right from wrong and didn't give me everything I wanted, but made me work for everything I have.And for supporting my decisions no matter how big or small they are. For my loving and caring wife that gave me two beautiful children. For a caring and helpful extended family that is there and supporting us. And last but certainly not the least my brother and sisters at the fire dept. knowing they have my back as much as I have theirs. Its something few people get to experience. And every generation there are fewer and fewer kids interested thinking, Oh someone else will do it. It sickens me. I am forth generation firefighter on my dad's side and atleast that on my mom's side. I believe in tradition and its just one thing that fit into my life.

This country has seen some hardships in the past several years, I've felt some of them personally but I soldier on like many before have in harder of hardships. I think that I'm in a rough spot but I think back to those that made it through The Great Depression and consider myself very lucky and it could always be worse.

We all may be in a hardship but keep in mind that it could always be worse. That others before us have suffered worse and made it through it all.

What I see around me is a society that want everything and now. I personally get what I need. Some people don't value the dollars they make and it shows. Too many people are sheeple and give into peer pressure and what the mass media says. I'm not just talkin bout what is and isn't goin on in the government. I'm talkin bout people are camping out right now just to get ahead of the line for the latest video game console or the best deals on other disposable goods. There is nothing in this world that is that damn important. Or people thinking that they need the next iphone because it has one more feature the last one lacked. Fuck that, I do not own a smart phone. I refuse to. I don't need to carry a fuckin computer with me everywhere. I have a computer at home for a reason. All I need to do is make a call or send a text message, thats it. I know someday I will probably be forced to a smartphone and when that time comes I will have to make a decision, is it worth the extra money everymonth? or will I just cease to own a cell phone. In the end I will probably have one.

The most thankful thing I am thankful for is that I grew up in a small podunk town and not some big city. There are things you can't do in the city that you can get away with in the country. Where everyone knows your name and will drop what they are doing to give you a helping hand.

So if you are one of them people that uses November to mention what they are thankful for, you should take a step back and look at how selfish and narrow minded it makes you really look. 

 Country Rebel


 


Friday, November 22, 2013

Not A Fuck Is Given



Not a fuck is given and I sleep pretty good. Its been a hard road with the economy goin down the shitter, jobs scarce. But I know who my friends are and I wait for nothing from others. And I don't expect a hand out, that's how I was raised. Everything I have I worked my ass off for. While people were pimpin their car out in high school, I was preparing for the future and pimpin out my wood shop. And because of that I am better off than some.

Fraudulent Oprah

Monday, November 18, 2013

Friday, November 15, 2013

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What You Say About His Company. Is What You Say About Society

Lonely Is The Night

Kickin Off Friday Night

Florida Student Asked To Remove ‘Duck Dynasty’ T-shirt Because “Redneck” Deemed A “Slur”

Si Robertson Duck Dynasty
A 14-year-old Florida boy was asked to remove his Duck Dynasty t-shirt after a teacher thought the word “redneck” was a “slur.” And now his school’s principal has apologized for the incident.
Christopher Olsen, a student at Mandarin Middle School, was wearing a “Redneck of the Year” t-shirt featuring an image of Si Robertson, one of the stars of the A&E TV show, according to a local news station. A teacher asked Olsen to remove the shirt after deciding the word redneck violated the school’s dress code.
“One of these ladies at the school walked in and asked me why I was wearing this shirt: ‘It’s a slur,’” Olsen explained.
He was pulled from class on Wednesday until his mother, Bronwyn Ramsey, could bring him another shirt. Ramsey said she didn’t understand why the shirt was considered a violation.
“I don’t feel like it’s a violation of the school’s code of conduct. It does not promote drugs, drinking, alcohol or violence,” she told the news station.
The relevant passage of the school dress code is as follows:
Clothing and accessories shall not be worn if they display profanity, violence, lewd and obscene messages, sexually suggestive phrases, or advertisements, phrases or symbols of alcohol, tobacco, or drugs or other symbols phrases or advertisements that would be offensive to common propriety or decency.
On Thursday, Principal Debbie Smith called Ramsey to apologize and explain that Olsen could wear the shirt whenever he wants.
This summer, a 8th grader was suspended and arrested after refusing to remove his National Rifle Association t-shirt. And in July, the Department of Education investigated an Arizona school for organizing a “Redneck Day” inspired by Duck Dynasty.
(h/t The Blaze)

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Im Still Alive N Kickin

Yea I'm still alive n kickin, so you can call off the search party. Just ran into a busy part of my life. Been workin long hours on a dairy farm. Just started a new job and was blessed with the birth of my daughter. So all is well the govement hasn't shut me down yet.

Keep the guns oiled, powder dry and I'm only an email away,
carry on my fellow Patriots
CR

Monday, November 11, 2013

I Am An American And A Patriot

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Angrymikes hood

Slowly Moving In The Right Direction

HB 203 (Concealed Carry & Self-Defense Law Reform) scheduled for third hearing in House

Chairman Mike Dovilla has announced that the Policy and Legislative Oversight Committee will be hearing proponent and opponent testimony on Representative Terry Johnson's (R-McDermott) HB 203 this Wednesday, November 13 at 9:30 a.m. in Statehouse Room 115. This will be the third hearing for this important bill.
Any persons who are interested in testifying are welcome to contact Jim Irvine (jirvine@BuckeyeFirearms.org) for help in preparing and coordinating your testimony.
Buckeye Firearms Association has previously testified in support of the bill.
HB 203 seeks to make many improvements to Ohio's concealed carry laws.
The bill would strengthen the background checks required to obtain an Ohio Concealed Handgun License (CHL). Under the bill, Ohio concealed handgun license (CHL) applicants would be a National Instant Check System (NICS)-compliant background check, making it compatible with more states. This improvement will also help prevent people with mental health disqualifiers who have been entered into the federal database from obtaining a CHL.
The bill would also move Ohio to an automatic reciprocity system, relieving the Attorney General from needing to sign agreements with every state to facilitate reciprocity. The Attorney General would still be permitted to sign agreements if needed, but the bill seeks to streamline the process and open up agreements with states like Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Georgia that Ohio doesn't currently have agreements with.
The bill would also update the requirements and disqualifications to obtain an CHL. Currently there are different standards to possess a gun under federal and state law, and different still to obtain a CHL. HB 203 harmonizes Ohio law with federal law so that someone who is prohibited under federal law from possessing a firearm will not be issued a CHL. Ohio would also be able to issue licenses to out-of-state residents, something many other states already do.
Under the bill, the current topics required for Ohio CHL training would remain, but the mandate that an instructor spend 12 hours covering the topics that can be covered adequately in less time would be reduced to four hours.
Finally, HB 203 seeks to modify the state's self-defense law. Current law specifically states that a person has no duty to retreat before using deadly force if that person is in their own home or automobile. HB 203 would expand that to anyplace that a person lawfully has the right to be.
HB 203 is a collection of common-sense firearms law reforms. It also corrects problems with our current background checks and brings Ohio laws more in line with federal laws. It continues Ohio on a path to improving our laws by making life easier for the law-abiding gun owner.

For The Unknown Soldier


Dear Mom And Dad...

Dear Mom and Dad,
The war is done.
My task is through.
And Mom, there's something I must ask of you.

I have a friend, Oh such a friend.
He has no home you see.
And see, Mom, I'd really like
to bring him home with me.

Dear Son, we don't mind
if he comes home with you.
I'm sure he could stay...
perhaps a week or two.

Dear Mom and Dad,
There's something you must know.
Now please don't be alarmed,
but my friend in battle was recently shot,
and now he has no arm.

Dear Son, don't be afraid
to bring him home with you.
Perhaps he could stay...
for a day or two.

Dear Mom and Dad,
But Mom, he's not just a friend,
he's like a brother too;
that's why I want him home with us,
and he'll be like a son to you.

Before you give your answer, Mom,
I really don't want to beg,
but my friend in battle was recently wounded
and also lost his leg.

Dear Son, it hurts so much to say,
the answer must be no;
for Dad and I have no time
for a boy who is crippled so.

So months went by and a letter came,
it said their son had died.
When they read the cause of death,
the shock was "suicide".

Days later when the casket came.
Draped in America's flag.
They saw their son lying there,
...without an arm, without a leg.

~~Author Unknown.

Sunday, November 10, 2013