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Thursday, September 13, 2012

More Dis and Dat

Obscenely busy.  Sorry for the dearth of posts.  Here's some stuff coursing through my warped mind:

Can you say, Barack Hussein Carter?  I have not witnessed a similar level of spinelessness since Jimmeh was the POTUS.  Did you see the press release the State Department issued after our Egyptian embassy was breached?
The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims -- as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions. Today, the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, Americans are honoring our patriots and those who serve our nation as the fitting response to the enemies of democracy. Respect for religious beliefs is a cornerstone of American democracy. We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others. 
WTF?  Hey you stupid shits!  Our embassy was overrun.  Those sons of bitches that did the overrunning got exactly what they expected.  A GD apology FROM US!

Then, emboldened since they didn't even get a threat - which they knew we wouldn't follow through on anyways - their bastard brothers in Libya killed 4 Americans in cold blood.

I haven't had the stomach to look for the apology for forcing the poor Muslim boys to kill our ambassador.

Uh, since when do we have an ambassador in Libya?  Since Qaddafi turned into worm food, or before that?

Tell ya what - get out of that 13th century cesspool.  Time to cut our losses.  Make the site of the embassy a smoking hole and if the area a couple of blocks around the embassy get smoked too, well, thems the breaks.

About 9/11.  When are we going to stop this pity-fest?  Seriously.  Why do we want to remember a day when we got our ass kicked?

How about we roll the burning of the White House during the War of 1812, Pearl Harbor and 9/11 into one big Ass Wupped holiday?

I can understand - maybe - the families going to a memorial and laying down flowers.   But from where I sit, it is nothing more than a way for various government agencies to keep us in a perpetual state of, "remember, there's a boogie man out there" so they have reason to keep our rights infringed.

Yeah, I'm THAT jaded.  And I don't think I'm too far off the mark.

What's the deal with "Gluten Free"?  Do we suddenly have an outbreak of people with celiac disease?

Good Lord, gluten gives my bread its chew and spring.

I can see Mayor Bloomberg getting this scourge on America banned right after the soda ban kicks in.  We're saved!

Tell ya what - I want Double Gluten bread.  Maybe triple.  I want all that gluten that's been cast off, and shipped to my house.  I'm gonna sell the hell out of it.  Sour dough bread that eats like Double Bubble.

I'll be rich.  Keep your eyes peeled for my ads...

Have ya watched the price of gold and silver lately?  Unreal.  Bernanke belches and PM's go through the roof.

Not that I'm complaining.  When prices quickly move up or down, we get swamped in our store.  People don't want to miss out.

If I were a betting man, I'd bet we're just starting to see the run-up in PMs.  I'm telling you this because I personally won't profit one thin (silver) dime if you buy PMs.

If you can afford one ounce of silver a week, or 500 a month, do it.  More is better - once you've made sure your living expenses are covered.

And don't blink after you buy.  Prices WILL fluctuate.  If they start coming down, don't freak out and sell.  PMs are a medium-term investment.  Three to five years, minimum.  If you're going to need the money before that, don't buy.

The only time I'd sell earlier than 3-5 years is if the government came out and said they aren't going to run deficits any longer, thus there would no longer be a need to devalue the dollar by printing up new ones.

Yeah.  Like that's gonna happen inside of 3 years.

Hey Hillary - take a shower, and maybe ask Barry if you can borrow one of Michelle's hair dressers.  You're representing our country to the world.  The Haggard Worn Out look ain't cuttin' it.

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GunRights4US said...
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GunRights4US said...

Hey Chief, I'm in total agreement with everything you've said here. However regarding HITLERy... keep in mind that there's only so much you could do to make that ugly bitch presentable.

Footnote: Original comment was made under the influence of sleep, and its piss-poor grammar reflected that!

Adam said...

Have you noticed the stock market manipulation? Realistically, how does the stock market go up to well over 13,000 when we have 2 US Embassies attacked and a US Ambassador assassinated?

Even with the manipulation in the past, it would at least go down several hundred points after something like that, not up.

With the fact the NYSE is the highest it's been in 5 years with US Embassies burning in 3 separate countries, etc, I have lost all faith in the stock market. I'm just waiting for it to correct and drop drastically.

At this point, I don't think whomever wins will be able to prevent the correction that will occur over the next few years.

Chief Instructor said...

Guns, no grammar Nazi's here! Yeah, Hil can only do so much, but man, she's lookin' haggardly!

Adam, It's funny listening to the Fox Business folks. Damned near every day, they make comment about the low volumes. It just reeks of manipulation to keep everything propped up.

Look at earnings, and the valuations make no sense whatsoever.

This "recovery" of the market since the crash is a joke. It's all on hopes and dreams. As you noted, this turmoil in the Middle East should have the market in a tailspin. Anyone with any kind of foreign exposure should have their stock crushed.

But it goes up.

We've had virtually free money gushing into the markets and it's done nothing. People don't believe the bull. When it tips over the edge, no one will be able to stop it.

"Warning Will Robinson"

Anonymous said...

Too late! I already bought all that fantastic gluten. Whole wheat bread is a brick without it and not fit to be eaten.

Can't believe the whole world gets into such a tizzy when 1 person or small group decides they don't want to kiss the feet of Muslims. They need to grow up and we really need to let them fight their own battles forever.

and poor Hillary should just get a haircut for starters.

I should stop now. I'm sick of feeling jaded about everything but this last post of yours really got me going! Thanks for that...

suek said...

Although I understand that some food fads become "fashionable", I can tell you that for those with a gluten intolerance, it's a very real thing.

I thought this was interesting:

Chief Instructor said...

Anon, I knew I shouldn't have shared my gluten plan. Foiled again!

Sue, sure, if you have celiac disease, you can't eat gluten, no doubt. But what I'm talking about is the fad that's hitting. Everything under the sun is touted as gluten free. It's like gluten is something bad for everyone.