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May Day!

Today’s sartorial choice in support of May Day. Not a bust on workers, a jab at the lefty politicians and activists who exploit the masses every bit as much as the capitalist running dogs they purport to hate, along with those beloved-of-the-media hybrids like union-busting Bezos, and Zuckerberg, and that kumtwat Dorsey, leftys who define corporate fascism no less than Krupp and IG Farben.

Published by The Armorer

A grumpy old Cincinnatus who feeds goats, dogs, cats, ducks, peafowl, a horse, and sundry avians, especially in the winter. From time to time you will see guns. Until such time as the Progressives repeal the 2nd Amendment, everything you see is legal, Federal, State, Local, where I live. Your progressive paradise may have different rules. Don't project them onto me. Federalism still exists, even if it is but a shadow of what the Framers intended.

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  1. John, great to see you posting again! Hope all of you at The Castle have been well.

    1. I figured that I could post what I want here, link it via Facebook for people too busy/lazy/unacculturated-to-blogs and Zuckerberg A) wouldn’t notice, and B) couldn’t censor it, regardless. Especially if I’m careful about post titles, as that’s all that comes across in a link on FB. But unless they have their little spybotz following links and then assessing them, as long as my domain doesn’t trigger their twitchy censor fingers, things should work out.

      I’m not trying to be a Top 100 blog again. Too much stress pre-SJW, I can’t imagine the annoyance now. I’d certainly have to go to a commenter registration schema, and who wants to spend all their time worrying about some snowflake 1000 miles away quaking in fear for their safety because you thought something was freaking hilarious?

      1. I completely gave up on FB. Never was a Twitter user, and the sites that I comment on (or even read anymore) have dwindled to just a few. I’ve gotten to where I watch more YouTube now, but Google has definitely made it harder to find good stuff there, though I’ve gotten to where I watch almost NO broadcast media anymore. Seems to be all the same BS now.

        Unfortunately, censorship is here. And I’m guilty of “wrong-think”, according to them.

        A pox on all of them.

      2. I think blogging is something to have fun with. When it becomes a burden, you do what you did in Nov ’14. I hated to see it go, but understood why it had to.

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