Saturday, July 23, 2016

Binoculars for Police, to Avoid tragic Shootings Based on Incomplete Information

The shooting of the autistic person's caretaker, shows a need.  I do not know if our local law enforcement agencies make these a standard issue item, but if they don't, they should be.  In the meantime, I'm sure there are plenty of older outdated binoculars in local birders' closets that could fill in the gap.  Any excess ones could be donated to local science teachers.  I'd be happy to coordinate such an effort.
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Let's Do the Bark Beetle Dunking Experiment

Cut trees down.  Helicopter to local lakes. Drop into water. Remove at various intervals, to see how long it takes to kill all beetles.  Remove from lake at that interval.  Harvest the wood which is said to have artsy bluish tinge, and use as interior paneling.

Stupid Google Blog Spot Just Erased Two Most Recent Posts

The headline says it all.  Posting this to test system.

Thursday, July 07, 2016

Taser in Weak Hand, Gun in strong hand, Gun Pointed DOWN!

If you are part of the thin blue line,

It is now Time, to rethink how you go about facing a citizen,

About whom, you feel, uneasy.

Since accidents happen, make sure they happen, with minimal consequences.

If the taser goes off (like way too many guns have lately) you probably will not murder someone.

If they actually make a move, your good hand with the Glock will most likely counter it, especially if they've been tasered first, with no risk to yourself.

Going for the red line, and causing flatlines, it just not acceptable.

I can't think of anything that will do a better job of recruiting home grown lone wolf ISIL's, than continuing current police procedures which seem to including drawing guns for library fines. Stop it, already.