Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Vivint Solar

Does anyone of y'all (personally) 
know anything 

But check with your lawyer first

   HELTER SKELTER                          
Provoking Racial Unrest


Baltimore's Little Italy (Balamur's Lil-itly) comes to mind here (obviously).  As related by a resident, during the free-for-all rioting that followed MLK's assassination in 1968; when downtown business's in cities across America were being burned, residents of Baltimore's Little Italy section did something that's stayed with me. 

The residents, as if acting with a single mind, showed up on the streets bordering their enclave, armed to the teeth with assorted instruments.  If that was not message enough, Black gangs approaching were told in no uncertain terms that to cross the street would end with them being kilt dead.  While the nearby Jewish section known as Corned Beef Row, on Lombard Street west of Central Avenue, was ravaged, and never recovered, no Italian restaurant was burned, and nobody had been hurt.  Interestingly,  Nancy D'Alessandro's family would almost certainly have participated.  It's what came to mind. Made me proud.
Balmur's LiliIly

What we think of men today is far different from what men used to be, and what men were meant to be. Men were once warriors and farmers. They were leaders and kings. They were strong, smart, and dangerous. They conquered and they defended. There was a time when the TV remote wasn’t yet invented and the sword was handled in its stead. A time when a man’s ambition determined how high he would rise, how many men he would lead, and how many lands he would conquer.

Conquer. 8 Lessons in Manhood

Them's my thoughts.  My DNA says my forebearers were Nordic stock who invaded Britain.  Whatever it is, I still have a semblance of Alpha male left.  Enough that watching what's happened to my country in the past 20 years (especially) leaves me unsettled and itchy.  Cannot help it. Now, more pointedly, when I see Al Sharpton's imported Helter Skelters looting stores in Baltimore, and attacking cops (many of whom were sent in unarmed by the city's mayor), I just cannot come to grips with why the police, and store owners, are not on the roofs shooting the sumbitches dead?  Like Little Italy residents did in 1968. I would. And it would be lawful as long as I was protecting my business, or family from an imminent threat.