This new camo looks amazing! I wish they had this when I was in.
Posted by Casey on November 6, 2009
This new camo looks amazing! I wish they had this when I was in.
Posted by Casey on September 14, 2009
Hahahaha! It is too funny to see the news, especially CNN, get a taste of their own medicine.
They’ve been refusing to allow others to speak for years now. Although it looks like the reporter on scene was solid, and was making a good case for Wilson anyway. At this stage, if you are MSM you are the enemy according to the American people.
In fact, the approval rating of American media by Americans is the lowest it’s ever been. That’s even worse that the approval ratings of our current congress.
Tea Partyers Drown Out CNN Reporter During Live Report
Posted by Casey on August 24, 2009
This is a very popular video on Facebook right now, and it should be. This happened at a town hall with Rep. Brian Baird (D-WA).
For the record … Baird did, in fact, say town hallers were behaving like nazis.
Instead of appearing in person, where “extremists” would have “the chance to shout and make YouTube videos,” Baird said Wednesday, he’s holding what he calls “telephone town halls” instead.
Baird said he’s using the new system because he fears his political opponents may be planning “an ambush” to disrupt his meetings, using methods Baird compared to Nazism.
“What we’re seeing right now is close to Brown Shirt tactics,” Baird, D-Vancouver, said in a phone interview. “I mean that very seriously.”
I guess he forgot what “mean that very seriously” means. In the video he tells the Marine he never called them brown shirts (1:07). The quote above makes it clear he did make that statement.
He did apologize though. Right before he backtracked off of his disastrous decision to only hold tele-town halls (ala Harry Reid).
Rep. Brian Baird (D-Wash.) apologized yesterday for accusing town hall protesters of “brown shirt tactics” and comparing them to a “lynch mob.”
Baird, who originally decided against holding town hall meetings because of expected protests, now says he’ll schedule some forums during the August recess.
“Frankly, I have had concerns about how we can have constructive dialogue and, unfortunately, in response to some of the things we’ve been seeing across the nation I have said some things myself that I regret,” Baird said, according to the Tacoma News Tribune.
“I want to express that regret directly and announce that we will be holding a series of five town halls so people can express their opinions and ask questions.”
Baird made headlines last week by comparing town hall protesters to Nazi guards.
“What we’re seeing right now is close to Brown Shirt tactics,” Baird told the Columbian. “I mean that very seriously.”
Posted by Casey on August 6, 2009
The so-called “Active Denial System” works by heating the outer surface of the target’s skin using millimeter waves — short wavelength microwaves. The effect is painful, but generally harmless, and forces the target to get out of the beam. Recently, it’s been proposed as a possible defense against pirates; last month, Raytheon gave a presentation on Active Denial at a NATO workshop on anti-pirate equipment and technologies.
This presentation mentions an “Impending Direct Commercial Sale” of a commercial version of the Active Denial system known as Silent Guardian (pictured). This is Active Denial in a box, a 10,000-pound containerized system that can be mounted on a ship, a truck, or a fixed installation. It’s got an effective range of about 250 meters. The beam has a power of around 30 kilowatts.
The anti-pirate presentation shows how a set-up with two antennas could achieve almost 360-degree coverage for a small container ship.
Posted by Casey on June 29, 2009
Over the last hour Stumble Upon has been single handedly responsible for nearly 800 hits to this site. I have only recently begun to use Stumble to try and get traffic, but so far it is fantastic!
I am a long time user of the famous Stumble button to browse the internet, and have yet to find anything online even remotely close in terms of fun. Here’s the stats for this site in the last hour or so.
It’s now nearly 1,100 in nearly 1 1/2 hours … not too bad for one post. I’m not counting the hundreds of other hits from other sources either, but Stumble is kicking the crap out of them right now. If you have a website … definitely look into Stumble.
Now Stumble is responsible for nearly 2,100 hits in the last few hours on one post.
Posted by Casey on June 27, 2009
The Pentagon shrugged off a threat from North Korea Wednesday to wipe the United States off the map.
“I don’t even know how to respond to that. It’s silliness,” said Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell.”For what and with what?“
Suck on that Kimmy!
Posted by Casey on June 5, 2009
A man has invented an E85 engine that gets all those stats. E85 is known for being very inefficient, but it delivers more horsepower to engines that can run on it while reducing mpg. All we needed was someone to make E85 efficient. Well, now we have.
If the government would just stay out of it, and let the average citizen use their creativity … this is what we get … progress.
Posted by Casey on May 29, 2009
While our president continues to completely ignore N. Korea’s saber rattling, and all you pacifists have been proven wrong about how effective talking with them could be, our military is ready to kick some ass.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates is playing down the tensions stemming from North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests this week, but the Army’s top officer says the U.S. could fight an old-fashioned war against the communist regime if necessary.
Asked whether the American forces would be prepared to fight if war broke out between South Korea and North Korea, Gen. George Casey replied, “The short answer is yes.” But he added that it would probably take a little bit longer to “shift gears” away from the type of counterinsurgency fighting that now occupies the Army.
Casey said his usual rule for how long it would take the Army to gear up for a new “conventional” war is about 90 days. But he says that doesn’t mean it would take 90 days for the U.S. to effectively fight the North’s million-man army.
AMERICA … F**K YEAH! COMIN AGAIN TO SAVE THE MOTHERF**KING DAY YEAH!
Posted by Casey on April 13, 2009
If you are looking for some great slogans for your sign … check this out.
The Tea Party will be at Sunset Park at the corner of Sunset and Eastern from 12-3pm on April 15. It will be by the dog runs in picnic area F.
Bonus: My favorite talk show host, Casey Hendrickson, from KXNT will be speaking at the Tea Party. I was hoping they’d get involved.