Saturday, May 31, 2014

Bottom Line

I'm fortunate that I have a business background.  It enhances my efforts as a writer and actor.  It has provided practicality in most other pursuits as well. 

Mind you, when it comes to certain endeavors, there are and will be trusted folks who manage and assist my work.  good lawyers and business managers, for instance, are worth their weight in gold -s-.

Oh yes.  Though my college work has never included classes in business, I don't begrudge anyone obtaining a business degree.  My cousin, a friend and supporter (gone sadly now), had one from IU.  He was a successful, ethical businessman.  Like any college work it is tempered by character and practical experience.  I hope.

Bottom lines are relative absolutes.  They work for the transactions they conclude.  It should be conclusive.  There is one bottom line with no wiggle room.

The attempts of any, ANY kind of gun control are about control.  I thank Captain Obvious for this lol.

The recent shooting by yet another evil goblin in California confirms this.  Oh and you probably know he stabbed three and hit two victims with his car.  The psycho had a nice car and guns as well as edged weaponry.  California has strict gun control, yet he managed to buy the guns without trouble.

Oh how the antigunners are railing for more control. Some even admitted the restrictions do not work.  Maybe some are embarrassed the loon's parents are antigun themselves.

Make no mistake, what Senator Feinstein said is a reality.  The bottom line for these destroyers of Freedom is 'turn em all in'.

The useful idiots are used.  The collectivists swarm.  And those who would control our very being plot to completely disarm us. 

Our bottom line is different.  So dans l'oeil d'un cochon-in a pig's eye sums it up.

Business is business.  I say no compromise while we must bit by bit regain our Constitutional Republic.  It's not as paradoxical as it would seem.

Don't be played.  It's all inclusive tyranny.

You'd be surprised, or not, how many people think they can bargain with collectivists.  No no no.

What our bottom line guarantees is these mokes can't rape us.

It's a binding contract with Freedom against tyranny.

The bottom line guarantees the price will be paid.

PS: As for the mentally ill and what should be done, I will have a near future post

Friday, May 30, 2014


I could start this with my love of soup.  You name it, if I haven't tried it, I most likely will.

Let us cut to the chase.  And though alphabet agencies come to mind this is about more.  The ABC's play a part in a larger picture.

There is no need to delve into conspiracy theories.  They are another element/ingredient in the soup.  Yes some are true, some lies and some mixed-mostly mixed.

There are people, besides those who are paid to work up scenarios, who are paid to muddy the water.  It's no accident Jedburgh is the name of a character in the Martin Campbell movie Edge of Darkness.  His job was to assess, derail and yes muddy the waters as well as eliminate anyone seeking and onto truth.  They exist, whether you believe it or not.  That doubt of course is part of the soup.

There are so many theories floating around such as JFK and 911.  Careful checking this stuff out.  You might just end up chasing your own tail like a distracted pup.  You might find a message in the ravioli.

I will suggest again that you look at the results of the actions.  What has happened since each of these pivotal events? 

Also, study history.  I mean dig.  Don't accept a high school or college text concerning anything.  Research, cross reference and keep looking.  Study behavior too.  It is the crux of why we are.

Are there 'forces' aka powerful people wanting to dominate us all?  Sure  Always have been.  Don't know if they always will be.  Til it ends, rest assured there are always some who wish to control, who believe the people are incapable of self government.  Or worse, some who know we can fulfill our own destiny but are callous and control for the 'love' of it.  That's evil in a nutshell.

Those who control hate the most those of us who not just see, but are systematically building where they destroy.

So check the recipes and see what soup's on!  Feel free -s- to change the menu!

Thursday, May 29, 2014


You reach for something.  It's not there.  Gone or you can see it, like Tantalus with his fruit and water.  Almost is a bigger, multi-textured word.

It can be an excuse for failure, as in, 'I tried and almost made it.  Oh well.'.  It can be a word of encouragement such as, 'Almost there!  Come on!'. 

Sometimes we fail.  Sometimes we succeed.  When something hangs in the balance, almost is a very big word.

Reminds me of the mention of almost in the Great Escape and how it can be fatal.  I suggest something else.

Keep in mind as I have said that we fight an enemy that never sleeps.  Sleeping less is merely being relentless and determined to bit by bit win ie restore our Republic.  In that sense, almost will never be enough.

But bit by bit is an almost each day closer to final victory.  And then, almost will take a back seat to claiming success and maintaining it.

No excuses.  Encourage others to be 'there'.  Come on!

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Pep Talk

My daughter's high school graduation was the other night.  It went well, kept moving and didn't bog down -s-.

We were proud of the kids and especially my girl, who intends to follow a career in showbiz.  It was a day of hope and happiness, worthy of celebration.

As for her education, it was started at home for several years.  She and her brother were taught to think for themselves and to ask, challenge and dig.  Take what is offered with a grain of salt and go on.

The kids did a great job that night and the teachers/officials gave their pep talks.  It was theme light as it were with a bit of a liberal bent of course.  Andre Carson gave the primary official pep talk.  He was an example for the kids of someone who has made it.  That is the role of the keynote speaker at graduations, as I'm sure you all know -s-.

Now my purpose here is to point something out and it may not be what you think.  Make no mistake, I'm politically and 'socially' opposed to Carson and what he and the other liberals spout in government.  And as for making it, struggling etc, well I think there are better examples for kids.

His address was short, and upbeat.  He gave examples of some who have made it such as Lincoln, Rosa Parks, Oprah Winfrey etal, the usual cadre liberals cite.  That I'm laying aside as well. And as for an upbeat, positive attitude, I have suggestions for better examples.

Why not talk to the kids about their futures?  Most of them will not be presidents, media moguls etc.  With the exception of Rosa who demanded her right to sit in the front of the bus (politicized and seized by the collectivists of course), how about talking to them about being leaders for themselves.  As individuals, they will reach a potential that combined could make America great again aka restore the Republic.

See what you are good at kids and go with it.  We need doctors, (good -s-) lawyers, artists, construction, service, just about anything you can think of to make our country work.  Sure strive for the best but compete with yourself, do your best. 

What I'm driving at is producing good content of character.  That is essential, no matter your background nor professional goals.

If you are sure of yourself, care about others and wish to help people help themselves, you are on the road to success.

If you want to be in the White House go for it.  We could use people there and in DC of good character who realize they are the servants of the people.  Or be an individual who thinks for him/herself, who banded with others, can bring the right people to those jobs.

I doubt I'll ever be a keynote speaker, though I have speechified in different venues before.  But I and the kids' Mom have supplied our son and daughter with a good beginning.

I believe that is the most important job for the future.