Talented Tuesday Motes

Just like voting, no ID needed: When federal agents descended on a Beverly Hills strip mall last month, it took them five days to seize the contents of hundreds of safe deposit boxes inside a store called U.S. Private Vaults. The seemingly mundane business wedged between a nail salon and a spa was laundering money for drug dealers and letting them stash guns, fentanyl and stacks of $100 bills in security boxes that were rented anonymously. To access the facility, customers needed no identification; it took just an eye and hand scan to unlock the door. I wonder what would have happened if the rental checked bounced?

The way it should be: Years ago I found out Mom was in the “Women’s Wing” in Cooper’s Town. Me, I loved baseball but was never more than a mediocre player, but I did love to watch the game. Now, not so much. Between the kneeling, the covid, and the, now, wokeness I can’t seem to watch. But yesterday, driving home, I stopped and watched a bunch of kids playing “The Game”. They were all about 12-15 years old, and not in any formal group, just a bunch of kids playing baseball. They hit a few, caught a few, and dropped a few. It felt really good.

Ashli Babbitt was murdered by a man unlawfully using a firearm. It was caused by the man, not the gun.

In the name of “Safetyism”: During a recent presser White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki held Thursday’s briefing with a room dominated by journalists supportive of the administration’s desire to harm millions of law-abiding gun owners. When questioned by a real journalist, Psaki responded; “Americans should accept the measures as a way to “make the country safer and make communities safer.” Uncle Joe says there is “No Amendment is absolute”. In other words, you won’t have any rights anymore. ‘Cause Joe says so. On February

Speaking of shooting:  On February 13, 2021, Charles Greer set a record by hitting a 3 inch bullseye, 10 times out of 10 shots, at 1,000 yards. The 10 shots measured 2.526” x 1.664”. Oh, I forgot to tell you, Greer is 83 years old. Conclusion, don’t pizz off the old guy.

Why not: Uncle Joe wants to do away with the “Corporate Protection” of firearms manufacturer’s and allow civil actions to be filed against them. So, if someone uses a firearm in an unlawful manner, you can sue the maker. Great idea. Alcohol is related to 95,000 deaths a year. Let’s sue the brewer/distiller. Vehicles account for 38,000 deaths each year. Let’s sue Ford, GM, etc. What? No? Why not? Did I miss a step?

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