Movin’ On Friday Motes

“The Queen is dead. Long live the King.”

Shoot yourself in the foot: California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) on Monday signed a new fast-food bill that will pave the path for $22 an hour minimum wage. How much is that “#1 Meal” gonna be now?

When even you don’t believe what you’re saying: In his last speech, which lasted 15-20 minutes, he said “Not joking” or “not a joke” 9 times. It’s really bad when you have to convince yourself of what you’re saying.

“The bullet is part of the cartridge

The cartridge goes into the breach

As you take pains with your rifle

Take equals pains with your speech.”

                                         Col. Jeff Cooper

The beginning to normalize the abnormal: Brazil’s Leonardo Ulrich Steiner, made a cardinal last week by Pope Francis, has insisted that homosexual acts are only sinful for Christians and thus gay unions should be approved. Using the logic of not wanting to impose confessional morals on non-Christians, Cardinal Steiner told LifeSiteNews that the Church should not try to make society follow its beliefs. So it’s okay for non-christians to f… children in the a..? Never mind.

A sad Good-Bye: Justus Ellis McQueen Jr., known professionally as L.Q. Jones, was an American actor and director. He appeared in Sam Peckinpah’s films Ride the High Country, Major Dundee , The Ballad of Cable Hogue, and Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. Probably best known as one of the most despicable bounty hunters ever in conjunction with Strother Martin in the Wild Bunch. He also wrote, directed, and produced the extreme cult classic “A Boy And His Dog”. He passed July 9 at 94. His unique looks and talent will be missed.

That I’d really like to see this.

Staying in Honolulu and sorting crap again. More on that later.

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