Probably as big as a house, but I did try to shrink it down a little.

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One of the more irritating things is that it’s getting harder and harder to comment on other blogs.  Some won’t take Blogger/Goggle accounts.  Some won’t take WordPress.  For those that take one but not the other, I keep this place open.

Some blog sites require registration.  Fuck that, for registration requires cookies and then they’re (or their host) will track you.

To hell with it.  I just cleaned my cat’s litter box, now I’m going to grab my .303 and go to the range.

Man, is it dusty around here.

 

I’ve been more active at the primary blog, of course.  I’ve had to use this blog’s username to comment on WordPress blogs, because of, hell if I know.  So if you came here because of a comment that I’ve made on your blog, yes, it is I:  Comrade Misfit.

White-tail deer season is approaching.  I have the rifles for it.  Or a handgun.  Or a slug-throwing shotgun.  What I don’t have is the freezer space for a butchered deer.  There are large cat sanctuaries in driving distance who’d probably take what I didn’t want.

But I’m also getting older. My knees are not what they once were.  Rough terrain plays hob on them, now.  I may have to confine my riflery to a range and buy my meat from the store.  Sucks, it does 

Opening the windows, dusting off the furniture and whatnot.  The other place’s operation hasn’t pissed me off enough to want to try and migrate, but one never knows.  I’m no big fan of the Borg (Google). 

Inertia is a powerful force.

I’m keeping the doors open here.  I am hearing some rather fugly rumors that Google’s Blogger may begin to start classifying gun blogs as “adult content”.  I don’t know if there is any truth to that.

Still worth keeping the lights on here, though.

So I might have to figure out how to do a blogroll here and all of that stuff.   I might have to go with the old title and photo, just to be welcoming.

Fucking Google.  I’m beginning to hate them almost as much as I hate AT&T.

Apparently so, but many of the posts from Thursday seem to be gone forever.

I gather that the crack engineers at Google haven’t figured out how to fix their Blogger feature, as it is approaching a day off-line.  That’s like something being broken for a week in the real world.  Maybe longer.

I need to find a sling for this rifle.

The local gun shop had hunting-type slings, but only a military-type leather sling will look right on it.  It shoots OK, I took it to the range last weekend.

Google’s blogging service, Blogspot, has been broken now for five hours.  You can read blogs, all right, but you cannot comment on them.  Nor can you post new entries.

That might give you something to think about if you’re considering buying Google’s new Chrome netbook.

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