Steven Seagal and Pruno

We are back, and going through the unposted episodes and getting them online.

Grannie Annie has once again sponsored an episode, and she decided we would drink: Budweiser Black Crown

Pilsner and Lager


Armed guard stops school shooting.

Steven Seagal Training Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s volunteer posse

Steven Seagal Lawman

Out For Justice DVD or Blu-ray

Hard to Kill DVD or Blu-ray

Above the Law DVD or Blu-ray

Marked for Death DVD or Blu-ray

Christopher Dorner

Dorner was fired in 2008 for making false statements.

Dorner’s first victims were the daughter of the lawyer that represented him during his dismissal from the LAPD, and her fiance.

7 LAPD officers fire into pickup truck

2nd truck shot by officers.

Al Cowlings in a Ford. Not AC Ford.

Michelob and Löwenbräu are both now Anheuser-Busch.


Tom T. Hall – I like Beer

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Compromise and tree spirits

Sorry about another delayed episode. But we’ll talk about goofy ideas from liberals, and discuss compromise.

Thanks again to Tom’s wife Debbie for the Black Butte Porter, from the Deschuetes Brewery. It was a nice beer, with a subtle coffee start and nice chocolate after taste.

And the Star Tribune big but balanced Dayton budget.

Star Tribune is worried with all the others about a newspaper tax. I say what is good for the goose is good for the gander.

Poor Obama look at the problems he inherited by winning reelection.

When was the New Deal? Well there were a few New Deals, starting in 1933. How did it spawn welfare?

Well even though libs do worship trees, it isn’t because of good spirits in the wood. Knock on wood.

Brig. Gen. C.K. Hyde has confirmed that Air Force personnel evacuated 32 Americans from Libya to Ramstein AFB following the attack. Why are those survivors being not being subpoenaed?

Rand Raul states what should be done about Hillary

One of the smartest sheriffs I’ve heard about is the Milwaukee Sheriff, recommending people get gun self defense training.

GOCRA, the Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance. And for some reason I couldn’t remember how to pronounce their name. I made my donation via a membership, and you should too.

Andrew Rothman permit to carry training. If your looking for Minnesota permit to carry training, I highly recommend this guy.

Chicago has 31 homicides by January 21st. Now those numbers are hard to find a definitive number, but seems like it must be in the ballpark.

Liberals can put together a gun ban bill in days. But can’t put together and pass a budget in 4 years.

The 5 recent worst mass murders in America are committed by liberals.

And one of the best descriptions of gun control and compromise, from The Lawdog Files

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Gun Control and Wiffle balls.

Gun control and wiffle balls, what do they have in common? Both are flimsy and full of holes.

We apologize for the delay, but here it is. And be careful of the sound levels during the episode. This is a learning process.

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Thanks again to my Grandmother, Thomas’ mother Annette Dahl for sponsoring the libation this episode with Newcastle Brown Ale.

And thank you to our guest host David Janousek. A long time friend of mine that has some ideas different to our on guns and other subjects. So we invited him to let him explain his side.

FBI number of homicides.

Grandfather shoots own granddaughter.

I was thinking of IDPA when I said ISPA.

Emma Lazarus wrote the sonnet The New Colossus that is on the plaque in the Statue of Liberty.

Rule 34 for wiffle balls?

Number of active Military.

White House Death Star response: This Isn’t the Petition Response You’re Looking For.

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Technical Problems

Due to a technical problem with a new piece of equipment episode 6 will be delayed for a bit. Will be posted ASAP.

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Pet bunnies and Gérard Depardieu

This time around we discuss, Gérard Depardieu, the fiscal cliff, and the double standards of liberals a few different times.

No sponsor again, but got ourselves half a gallon of Dead Guy Ale. And it was a fine beer.

Gérard Depardieu and his tax woes.

Cliff tax credits? Well it looks like a few of the credits I mentioned made it through.

The hatred and double standards of liberals.

Subway Push death to be kept in perspective.
Wow we are way off, 6,282 subway CARS with each train averaging between 8-11 cars equals between 571 to 725 engines. But that still works out if equal to guns it would be 827,000 to 1,109,00 guns used in murders in a six week period.

Listen to it here or on iTunes.

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Swinging dead cats in the human Habitrail

What do Subway restaurants, snow plowing conspiracy theories, union thugs, and hot dogs have in common? Until now, most likely nothing.

No libation sponsor this time around. Step up and make us drink something.

The shame of the plowing of our streets.

Al Sharpton and Rachel Maddow are apparently economic experts.

The Hoffa apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

The Steven Crowder video and the liberal double standard.

Hot dog stand the thugs destroyed.

I think this is the first episode where I didn’t make up a new word.

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Sell Grit and buy the Charles Atlas program

What’s on tap this episode? Well Jesse Jackson Jr., Boys body image, Steroids, and Charles Atlas. What kind of lingerie would Mrs. Claus wear for Santa?

This weeks brew is brought to us by Debbie Dahl, she picked out Rogue Ale, Santa’s Private Reserve.

Boys and body image

Cold Spring Brewery improvements come in at 12 million.

Strange Brew on DVD

Benji on DVD

C.H.O.M.P.S. on DVD

Herbie on DVD

Apple Dumpling Gang on DVD

Gus on DVD

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Election results and Roddy Piper

What do election results, old downtown Minneapolis, the fiscal cliff, shadow governments, and professional wrestling have in common? This episode.

The brew sponsored by Patricia Porter was the Farmer’s Daughter from the Lucette Brewing Company.

The White House has in fact submitted a budget every year. But not a single budget proposed by President Obama has been approved.

2012 Budget was 3.8 Trillion.

Heels and Faces, not heroes.

They Live was the Roddy Piper movie.

Brian Woodworth (R) and Marcus Lewis (I) ran against the unseen Jesse Jackson Jr (D).

Go to the Chicago job fair and you’re owed a gift certificate.
Listen to it all here or on iTunes.

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Do you like Oxen?

We discuss hurricane Sandy, the New York Marathon, the fate of some oxen, and Lilyhammer.

First up the Schell’s Stag series #5 Czech Dark Lager provided by Patricia Porter. Was a nice chocolate beer. Not overly creamy or foamy.

Here are a couple of links to various things we talked about during the show:

Muslim cleric that blames hurricane because of movie. I remembered the assholes name later, but refuse to put it in print. I think we all know who I was talking about.

No the Red Cross isn’t an American organization in origin. But the American Red Cross is the US division. We’re conceded Americans and thought we made it.

Bill and Lou, and Emerald

Lilyhammer Not sure if that will work unless your a Netflix subscriber.

And yes I tend to make up words as I go. My mouth gets ahead of my brain once in a while.

And there it is:

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Here we go. We are just getting set up around here. And in the coming days things will start to shape up. Look here for show notes after the podcast is posted.

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