Proud members of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy. We strongly believe in personal freedom, responsibility, and gun rights. We also believe in the 90/10 theory. That means that 10% of the people have 90% of the talent. Unfortunately, we are not in the 10% category. However, the rest of us are still better than 90% of the politicians.

Monday, February 21, 2011

New sidebar pic

I discovered the blogosphere about a year ago after having had my nose rubbed in it by a friend. So sue me, I'm a little slow. In the last year I've wandered from blog to blog, not commenting often, just lurking. Started with JayG's MArooned and bounced from blogroll to blogroll. Even went back and read several blogs from the beginning. Occasionally, I've skipped commenting on something simply because I couldn't condense my thoughts enough for a simple comment. I needed a post of my own at those times. A few weeks ago Borepatch (who I never miss, because the man is smart, I tell you, smart!) posted about Travis of the TJIC blog having troubles. For the whole story click on the picture. If you haven't seen it yet, hie yourself over there and read. I did. And I wanted to help. So, here I are am, inspired to blog by the the fact that the government acted in a completely unconstitutional manner and took away someone's 1st and 2nd Amendment rights without due process. And I thought TJIC's comment was crass!


  1. If I'm so smart, why ain't I rich?


    But thanks! I'll add you to the blogroll next go around. Been traveling, and things are pretty crazy.


    I ran across this not to long ago....might be the answer to Borepatche's question...get's you to thinking, which apparaently it a hinderence to success.

  3. Oh, there are all sorts of reasons smart and rich don't equate. For instance, my 19 years older brother is brilliant, but has the common sense of a gnat on speed. When he comes to visit his wife asks the airlines to monitor him as an unaccompanied child.