Friday, July 11, 2014

Dale Earnhardt

  Jeff Gordon announcement
Mooresville, NCJeff Gordon announced today that he was firing his entire pit crew.
 
This announcement followed Gordon's decision to take advantage of President Obama's stimulus scheme for employing Black Harlem teenagers.

The decision to hire them was brought about by a recent documentary on how welfare-drawing black street gangs from Harlem were able to remove a set of wheels in less than 6 seconds without proper equipment, whereas Gordon's existing crew could only do it in 8 seconds with thousands of dollars' worth of high tech equipment. It was thought to be politically correct and a bold move by Gordon's management team, as most races are won or lost in the pits.


UPDATE  Gordon, however, got more than he bargained for. At the crew's first practice session, not only was the inexperienced black crew able to change all 4 wheels in under 6 seconds, but within
9 seconds they had repainted it, altered the VIN number, and sold the car to Dale Earnhardt, Jr., for 10 cases of Bud, a bag of weed, and some photos of Jeff Gordon's wife in the shower.


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Shouldn't we talk?












As an academic exercise .....

 The right of self-defense (according to U.S. law) is the right for civilians acting on their own behalf to engage in a level of violence, called reasonable force or defensive force, for the sake of defending one's own life or the lives of others, including, in certain circumstances, the use of deadly force. [Wikidedia]

Ahem
The fact that states no longer claim a monopoly to police within their borders, enhances the argument that individuals may exercise a right or privilege to use violence in their own defense. Indeed, modern libertarianis
m characterizes the majority of laws as intrusive to personal autonomy and, in particular, argues that the right of self-defense from coercion (including violence) is a fundamental human right, and in all cases, with no exceptions, justifies all uses of violence stemming from this right, regardless whether in defense of the person or property. In this context, note that Article 12 Universal Declaration of Human Rights states:

No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks ... et al





Self defense trumps bad law




   What?  You're not an Islamophobe?  Are you quite daft?




 A story like this one, bereft of detail and in the BBC version, of any indication other than his name that Abdul Rahman Benhammedi may have been up to Islamic jihad activity, is utterly routine and unremarkable. Abdul Rahman Benhammedi is one of thousands in the U.K. who are interested in waging jihad and up to it in one way or another; his case will come and go and is unlikely to be much noted or long remembered. Britain has, in other words, grown accustomed to this sort of thing. A certain level of terror in their lives is going to be the lot of Britons from now on, and most of them are just fine with that; after all, their government and media tells them that it is preferable to committing “Islamophobia.”

“Manchester man, 20, charged with terrorism offence,” BBC, July 11, 2014:

A 20-year-old man has been charged with a terrorism offence .... [Jihad Watch cont]

Would you be shocked if this story was datelined Los Angeles ... ?  I thought so.  The Crusades have been given a bad rap; theirs was a prescient and noble cause.


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Focus:EVIL





Will Carter Never Leave Us JFC!

Will no one rid us of this meddlesome beast?