Wednesday, April 13, 2011

For shame that we allow this in our country

If Americans are willing to tolerate the sexual abuse of ourselves and our children in order to beg the indulgence of our all-powerful masters to travel, then we don't deserve to be called free men. We deserve our chains, and the "right" to kiss the boots of our almighty masters in Washington.

I pray for soul sleep, because I hope that Washington, Patrick Henry, and the Revolutionary Army aren't aware of how far our nation has fallen.

I am done with the "it's only a momentary inconvenience, get over it" crowd. I don't think the USA can be saved; I only pray that the upcoming storm isn't too hard on the few people left who respect God and liberty.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Hardly original, but I did say it

At lunch today: "I gave up dieting for Lent."

I hope it's not too sacrilegious. Of course, as a good Protestant, I don't believe in observing Lent anyway.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Picture trouble

Google is starting to integrate Google Apps domain accounts into its regular world of Google applications. I have the domain as a Google Apps domain, and used to have this blog under a different Google account. When the opportunity arose to merge them, I started to do so (one less account to track).

Somehow, I'd managed to pop up a Google Voice account under the old Google domain. Google Voice doesn't like merging, so I had to delete the old Kentucky Packrat account. You can't tell the difference, or so I thought.

One thing it did do: it deleted the pictures associated with the account. I fixed the Dicecapades picture, and most were links to other sites.

If you see a bad link, feel free to Email me about it.

Monday, April 4, 2011

I can't resist passing this game on.

Milady was disgusted with me in Target Friday, since I was geeking out on the game eisle. But could I help it? Look at this:

I couldn't buy it, because I'm saving up for other toys, but it tweeked that "I need the dice, the bright shiny dice" habit I picked up playing Dungeons and Dragons.

The manufacturer's link isn't much better than Amazon's. Sorry.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

I love this UK team, loss or no

Note to Calipari: you cannot take a team all the way with 6 people, and you can't take it all the way with no experience. You need to recruit one or two people who will stay 3 years.

Nonetheless, this team, and especially Josh Harrellson, overachieved. This loss hurts as much as the 92 loss, even if this team is nothing like that one.