Thoughts For Everyday Use


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31 responses to “Thoughts For Everyday Use

  1. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  2. It all goes along with the idea that, ‘… you and yours are on your own’ – period. Rule of law now gone. Capitalism? Gone down the black hole of regulation. Stay silent. Stay grey until the time is ripe to hit back. And whatever you do, don’t let the ‘man’ into your life for any reason. Once ‘they’ get either their sights fixed on you or their hands on you, at that point you and yours are pretty well screwed. Just my .02 worth and what I am attempting to practice other than posting (once and a while) on sites like this.

  3. Centurion_Cornelius

    WORKIN’ ON IT, BOSS! 24/7/365

  4. If/when things get sporty, you are Mel Gibson in The Patriot, at the point in the movie about a minute after the lobsterbacks march away with his son.
    Behave appropriately.

  5. just like these… this is what THEY want of us….

  6. Share it with the children, because it takes a village.

  7. Fly your state flag … as that is your home, your AO, you country. There is no united we stand “thing”. That has long since gone due to the multicultural bullshit. If you don’t like where you live then move to where want or simply fly their flag … but don’t fly the flag of the traitors. There is no more “unto the Republic for which it stands”. If you are not working be training. There is no R&R for the “deplorables”.

    • I’m in disagreement on the flag issue:

      Seems to me, Old Glory pisses off all the right people…

    • SemperFi, 0321

      If I run the bison flag up the pole, it sure wouldn’t be for Gov. Mead, nor for all the prog communists from Jackson Hole and elsewhere around the state.
      Sorry LP, but a flag does not create a comfort zone of patriots nor like minded souls. Look at all the idiots flying their football flags today. Bottom of the barrel IQ test, no?
      I like the bison for what it is, a beast that fed and clothed people for over 10,000 yrs here. I’ve got a wall full of prehistoric bison skulls to remind me of their greatness.

    • Steve Kristmann

      Thanks but I think I’ll fly this one instead.
      It says all that needs to be said.

      Yours In Liberty w/o any obligation/duty to to any ‘gov/authority’!
      NorthGunner III

    • MichiganderJim

      A non-traitorous state flag? Nice…what planet?

    • LP,

      “There is no more “unto the Republic for which it stands”.

      My only disagreement with your remark is that of flying one’s state flag. I’m on-the-fence with that suggestion. For me my standard is the Gadsden or Betsy Ross standards. State flag….hmmmm.

      Otherwise, for me, you are spot on. I quit pledging and singing long before the overpaid czarnuch decided to “protest”.

      Deplorably yours….

    • Folded and vacuum-packed since Nov 2008; not coming out any time soon.

    • Sorry, can’t run the buffalo out of this place. I’m either too far from that main Cheyenne flagpole and glad for it, or as said prior by Semper Fi 0321 I’m not into what the Guv’nor and his wife are pushing for this, so far, no-refugee state.

      I’m just trying to keep relationships at the neighborhood level, no buffalo. County attorney used to say about outlying communities in the county: “People out there tend to solve their own problems, and I prosecute the winner of the fight.”

      On the rare occasions that I violate the Gray concept and do run up a flag for the highway traffic to see, it’s a Confederate flag. For the usual reason, BFUTW.

  8. This is the one I want my enemies to see.

  9. Howard Dennard

    The pledge to the flag was written at the beginning of the 20th century by a New York Socialist. Who also had everyone giving the Roman , or Nazi, hand salute. What most people don’t realize is the difference between “country” and “Government”. Government is the “RULERS”, Country is the Land and the PEOPLE. Which does the flag stand for?

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