Sunday, December 24, 2023

CWP, 24 December MMXXIII Anno Domini

 Merry Christmas, Sheepdogs, 🎄
     A Christmas story by Katharine Hepburn, 
     In case you didn't notice, all small arms (and a lot of larger arms) and ammunition 
manufacturing is moving from the Yankee states to the Confederate States.  High 
tech companies are quietly moving from the high tax states to the low tax states.  
(They don't make a big splash because it is very easy for them to move.)  
I worked for VeriFone (they made the equipment for retail credit card transactions), 
when they started in Mililani Technological Park in Hawaii.  They had to move out 
of Hawaii (cost of living too high, taxes too high, government regulations too onerous) 
and mistakenly ended up in California.  After realizing that they had jumped from the 
frying pan into the fire, they moved to Florida.  
     The South shall rise again.  
Table of Sections:  
*****     *****     ***** Prevention *****     *****     *****
Things you can do to avoid the lethal force incident.  
Table of contents:  
     Training (training to avoid the fight)
     Practice (practicing to avoid the fight)
Your self-defense instructor should be teaching you how to avoid the fight.  
----- Mindset (figuring out the correct way to think) -----
     "Jeff Cooper's Color Code exists to help you get your head around the need to 
kill someone in the immediate future."  
-- John Hearne
"A Christmas Message For First Responders" by Doug Deaton
Hat tip to Greg Ellifritz.  
     "So, this is the Holiday message I want to share with my fellow 
first responders:  You’re not responsible for all the ugliness in the 
world.  You can’t fix everything.  No one ever expected you to.  
Don’t take on more than what you were supposed to.  You’ve done 
what you can and that’s good enough.  If you feel sad about what 
you see that means you’re a good person.  There’s nothing wrong 
with you."  
"Mastering Emotional Intelligence: The Key to Responsible Concealed Carry"
by Mitch Goerdt
     ‟We don’t decide what is necessary to survive a 
lethal force encounter initiated by someone else.  
That person decides what’s necessary for us to survive.”  
– William Aprill
"The Tucker Carlson Encounter: Kyle Rittenhouse"
     The people of Kenosha City in Wisconsin are cowards for not defending 
their own town from the bussed in rioters.  
     The NRA leaders are cowards for refusing to help Rittenhouse.  
The NRA ignored me when my attorneys asked the NRA for help.  
That's why I no longer donate to the NRA.  I used to work the Friends 
of the NRA banquets.  I don't anymore, because a couple of years ago 
the NRA started demanding $11,000 from the banquet committees.  
It's supposed to be a fund raiser for the junior shooting programs, 
but now the volunteer banquet committees have to pay the NRA 
$11,000 for the privilege of holding a banquet.  
     Kyle Rittenhouse is a really cool person.  God works all things for 
our good.  God is always with us.  
     If you believe anything liberal reports write, you're a damn fool.  
Because they lie and make up shit.  They are the propaganda bureau 
of the Democrat Party.  
     Malicious prosecutions of people defending themselves.  
No prosecutions of persons who rioted and burned the cities.  
Completely intentional on the part of corrupt prosecutors.  
     The Governor, Tony Evers (Democratic Party), refused federal help.  
He let the cities burn.  When he was finally forced to call up the National 
Guard, the Guard only protected the state capitol and the police stations.  
The people of Wisconsin must like the rioting, looting, and burning, 
because they elected him again last year.  Really tells you something 
about the people of Wisconsin.  
     ‟Fear is an instinct.  Courage is a choice.”  
-- Rear Admiral Joseph Kernan, USN
     "Debt is tax free.  That's how powerful the banking system is."  
Do you understand how this applies to your self-defense and survival?  
Hypocricy is the complement that vice pays to virtue.
     ‷If you look at someone bigger, faster, and stronger and immediately think, 
‶I'm at a disadvantage″,  
I have news for you:  you are.  
But that's only because you just put yourself there for no reason.  
     The truth is that anyone can do debilitating violence to anyone else.  
Your size, your speed, your strength, your gender -- 
all the factors that untrained people think make the difference when it comes to violence -- 
all matter far less than your mindset and your intent.‴  
-- Tim Larkin
***** Situational Awareness ***** 
How to avoid being taken by surprise.  
     Rifles are for “expected threats.”  Pistols are for “unexpected threats.”  
-- John Farnam
     "Unexpected!" by John Farnam
     "Chance favors the prepared.  Fortune, the bold.  Providence, the audacious!"  
-- Sun Tzu
     “You need to have the capacity for danger.  
You need to be ‘dangerous’.  Yet, you need to 
learn how to not use it except when necessary.  
And, that is not the same thing as being harmless.  
     There's nothing virtuous about harmlessness.  
Harmless just means you’re ineffectual and useless.”  
-- Jordan Peterson 

----- Safety -----  (How to prevent the bad thing from happening in the first place.  
How to avoid shooting yourself, friendlies, and innocent bystanders.)  
Jeff Cooper′s Rules of Gun Safety  
"Do you need a manual safety on a handgun?  
Massad Ayoob gives the pros and cons.  
Critical Mas 58"
     Are you going to train enough to achieve automaticity?  
If your pistol does not go BANG!, what will you do?  Charge in and attack?  
Run away?  Have you thought about it?  
     ‟If violent crime is to be curbed, it is only the intended victim who can do it.  
The felon does not fear the police, and he fears neither judge nor jury.  
Therefore what he must fear is his victim.”  
-- Col. Jeff Cooper, "Principles of Personal Defense" 
"Nightmare!" by John Farnam
     Prepare and you will thrive.  Neglect to prepare and you will be taken by surprise.  
Those surprised are at a terrible disadvantage.  
"At Townhall: My Take On the Horrific UNLV Shooting"
by Amanda Collins Johnson
    Carry a gun!  Which is worse, getting raped or 
"expulsion from school, losing my permit, and possible jail time"?  
Wake up!  Carry a gun.  Get training, so you don't shoot yourself.  
     Or, you can avoid the whole situation by paying attention to 
who is around you and what they are doing.  As Tom Givens says, the 
bad guys don't beam down.  They approach you through space and time.  
So you can always see them coming, if you pay attention.  
     Law enforcement is NOT going to protect you.  If you think they will, 
you're a damn fool.  
"Concealed Carry And Your Family
How to keep your guns safe around those who matter the most to you."  
by Chris Cypert 
     Where are the exits?  Where are the fire extinguishers?  
John Farnam's rules to keep you out of trouble:  
     Don’t go to stupid places.  
     Don’t associate with stupid people.  
     Don’t do stupid things.  
     Be in bed by 10:00 PM.  (Your own bed!)  
     Don’t look like a freak.  
     Don’t fail the attitude test.  
----- Training (figuring out the correct tasks to practice) -----
     You need training because:  
You don't know what you don't know.  
Much of what you know is false.  
It's good to the have the answers before the criminal tests you.  
-- Claude Werner (paraphrased)
     "A very important point to consider, especially for you “training junkies.”  
There is definitely a level above which there are seriously diminishing 
training rewards."  
-- Greg Ellifritz
     Here are three tips to help ensure you have the most positive 
experience in your training courses, no matter who is teaching.  
     Tip #1: Read the gear list and any provided information.  
It is pretty common practice for training organizations to have 
posted gear requirements for their courses.  Many times, these 
are kind reminders while at other times logistical requirements.  
It is not important you know the difference, it is important you 
have the gear.  Not only do you need to have all the appropriate 
gear, you need to know how to use said gear.  Take the time to 
be familiar.  Now, if the course you are attending is a "how to" 
for said gear that is a different story.  
     Tip #2: Be a good student.  
It is presumed you are interested in the information since you 
are taking the time, talent and treasure to attend.  Ask yourself 
if you are teachable.  Or, do you quickly make excuses or 
become defensive when critiqued.  You may not walk away 
with as much information as you did in the beginning, that is 
normal.  But, if you are closed off to the material or the 
delivery then you are not doing yourself any favors.  Baring 
unsafe practices you should put your best effort in everything 
you do.  Work at being open minded and give the instructor 
the benefit of the doubt they know more than you on the subject.  
     Tip #3. Be a good classmate.  
I see it all the time, class dynamics.  Most instructors worth 
their salt are already sizing up the student body.  Who is prepared, 
who has all their gear squared away, who is listening and who 
is helping.  You may feel above some of the normal chores like 
refacing targets or picking up brass, but that only means you put 
more of a burden on your classmates.  It also means, you 
encourage and support your classmates.  We all need this type 
of interaction, it is crucial to personal growth.  It also speaks 
highly of your character when you are that one student who 
is always helping, supporting or just doing the right thing.  
     Ponder these tips and stay tuned for more.  
Jeff L. Gonzales
P.S.  Feel free to share with other like minded folks.
     Upcoming classes, 
--- Start of Classes ---
Mike Seeklander's programs.
     Online courses. 
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The Guardian Conference
1911 Syndicate
     Of particular interest, 
“Gunfighting From the Front Seat - "Sucker Punch with a Gun" ”
with Mike Pannone
because he teaches us a lot of things in direct contradiction to what many 
other instructors teach.  I think Mr. Pannone is correct.  
     Be careful.  Just because the instructor is well know and reputable, 
does not me he is correct.  
Force Science course
Nashville, TN
26 - 29 February 2024
     I'm not listing conferences that are sold out.  
--- End of Classes ---
     “The secret of success is this. 
Train like it means everything when it means nothing – 
so you can fight like it means nothing when it means everything.” 
-- Lofty Wiseman
"How To Start A CCW Training Regimen" by Richard A. Mann
     "What are the basics of the defensive handgun?  Well, it always starts with safety, 
and it always ends with proper maintenance and care of your firearm.  If you can’t 
handle a firearm safely, and if your firearm isn’t in good working order, it might 
not matter how well you can shoot."  
     "Haphazardness isn’t a plan.  Just going to the range and banging away, 
while it might be fun, is not how you get better.  The best way to get better 
is to start with a notebook or logbook that allows you to schedule your CCW 
training and keep track of your progress.  A logbook like this could also be 
handy if you’re ever taken to court; it’ll show your methodical dedication to 
safe gun handling and self-defense."  
[The one thing all world class athletes have in common is that they keep 
highly detailed journals.  This gives them the data to apply the scientific method 
to their training to force improvement in performance. -- Jon Low]
     "The training plan should be two pronged:  It should include sustainment 
training for what you already do well, and it should include the additional 
skills you want to develop.  As you progress in skill, your training plan 
should progress, too.  You need to set goals, continually strive to meet them 
. . . and then set new goals."  
     "A training plan without dry practice can be effective, but what it will 
most assuredly be is a waste of money; ammunition is expensive."  
     "Don’t confuse the training by trying to improve that skill while also 
working to get better at reloading or firing multiple shots fast.  You master 
the basics of the defensive handgun one bite at a time, which is the same 
way you get to the core of the apple."  
     "Rest is also important."  
“You are no more armed because you are wearing a pistol 
than you are a musician because you own a guitar.” 
from Principles of Personal Defense by Col. Jeff Cooper, USMC, (1920 – 2006 A.D.)
"Shooting for Accuracy: 20 Expert Tips" by Richard Mann
     "Safe gun handling and knowing how to operate the gun competently is one thing.  
How to fight with the gun is a whole other plane of knowledge."  
-- Tiger McKee
"Editor’s Notebook: Use the Technology" by Rich Grassi
     "Adding video simulators as well as working indoor/outdoor simulators is 
helpful in driving the visual cue – which is what we’re supposed to be training 
for in the first place.  
     With the auditory, we’re training the wrong neural pathway – we’re taught 
to never shoot at a sound; only the visual stimulus is appropriate to trigger the 
shot.  But we’re trained to shoot on an auditory signal."  
[That's why the IDPA and IPSC games are such a problem for us in the context 
of combat (self-defense is combat) training. -- Jon Low]
     "For pilots, they’re required to train skills in a “closed-skill environment,” 
to then train and test application in an open skills environment.  
     “Per FAA regulation, pilots get 16 hours in a simulator every six months.  
In addition to training, their skills are tested/validated and if they fail, they don’t fly.”  
He said one airline pilot remarked “My job is literally on the line every six months.”  
     Is the application of force, particularly deadly force any less critical?"  
[If you're not on a simulator every six months, that's a problem.  
Mead Hall 
2181 South Blackberry Drive, McLoud, OK 74851
has simulators and a competent instructor, Bill Armstrong.  
-- Jon Low]  
     {I used to work for a private security company, FJC a subsidiary of 
Allied Universal Security Services, that was a contractor of the Federal 
Protective Service.  We guarded the Federal buildings.  We had to shoot 
a qualification course every 6 months.  You fail, you're out.  
     So some companies do have such standards.  But ya, it was auditory, 
not visual start signals.  
-- Jon Low}  
     "Those motivated by a desire to improve their 
gunfighting skills as opposed to a quest for trophies, 
must be willing to bleed ego on the match results 
to avoid shedding blood in combat."  
-- Andy Stanford
     I took the Vehicle Tactics course from Joe Shelton, Tyler Van Zant, and Bob Allen 
at Royal Range in Nashville, TN last night.  Some of the things I learned:  
     Bullets will go through side windows and door panels easily without deflection.  
     Much more difficult to penetrate front and rear windshields, and deflection is 
When firing into the car through the front windshield with a horizontal trajectory, 
expect the bullet to deflect down if it penetrates.  It might glance off and not 
When firing out of the car through the front windshield with horizontal trajectory, 
expect the bullet to deflect up, if it penetrates.  It might not.  
     Head rests generally have steel plates in them that pistol bullets will not 
     Modern cars are made with pillars that will support the car and prevent the 
roof from caving in, in the event the car flips over.  The front two on either side 
of the front windshield are the A pillars.  The two between the front and rear 
seats are the B pillars.  The two behind the passenger seats are the C pillars.  
Depending on your vehicle, you may have D pillars further back.  The pillars 
will stop multiple .223 rounds from an AR-15 type rifle.  They may appear 
thin, but if you stand on the side of the car and move slightly to the side so 
you are using both of them, they cover an area equivalent to the plate in the 
front of a plate carrier.  And since we don't usually wear armor, that's 
     Skip shots are effective.  You can skip bullets off the ground under a car.  
You can skip bullets off the side of concrete walls.  You can skip rounds off 
the top of car roofs, hoods, and trunks.  You can skip rounds off the sides 
of cars.  (No, really we did it.)  
     You should clear your seat belt before you need to.  If you're driving and 
right-handed with the pistol in your right hand, use your left hand by sliding 
it under your shoulder strap to release the buckle.  That way, you won't get 
tangled in the seat belt.  
If you're left-handed, with the pistol in your left hand, use your right hand to 
release the buckle and carefully move the belt over the left arm without 
muzzling yourself.  Ya, it takes practice.  So practice.  
     Practice driving in reverse.  Yes, you have to practice.  Cars are not stable 
going in reverse at speed.  It's easy to flip them.  So practice.  
     If you haven't learned how to do a J turn correctly and haven't practiced 
it to the point of being proficient (not just competent), it would be better to 
just drive away in reverse.  
     If the bad guy is in front of you, hit the accelerator and run him over.  
In the eyes of the law, all forms of lethal force are the same.  There is no 
difference between shooting him and running him over.  Your car is much 
more effective than your pistol.  
     There are a lot of people out there who hate you without knowing you.  
Don't give them an excuse to vent their anger.  Drive properly.  Park 
correctly.  Be courteous.  Wave.  Don't honk your horn.  Don't point guns.  
Don't give the middle finger.  
     If you already have your pistol in your hand, and you must move, 
maintain your grip and stick your thumb in your holster to keep your 
pistol pointed down and in position while you move.  
     The good ventilation in the indoor range kept the air clear.  But in a 
not so well ventilated garage or outdoors when the air is still, you can 
expect your gun smoke to obscure your vision.  
     Use cover, correctly.  You're exposing much more of yourself than 
you need to.  (No, really, you are.)  Bad habits from competition shooting.  
Never attempt the same shot from the same position around cover.  
The enemy ain't stupid.  
Stay back away from cover.  Don't crowd cover.  Spalling!  
If you shoot over the top of the hood, roof, or trunk.  Be aware that 
any bullet that impacts in front of your will bounce into you.  
     If you're shooting so fast that you're missing, slow down.  You can't 
miss.  If you do, you will be hitting innocent bystanders.  As good guys, 
we never miss.  This means you will have to shoot slowly and carefully.  
This means sometimes you won't take the shot.  Be patient.  Move.  
Try again.  
     Practice shooting more than 2 rounds at the target.  Getting in the 
habit of shooting two rounds into each target is WRONG!  We viewed 
several videos in which the bad guy got shot many times and still 
continued the attack.  So you must continue shooting the threat 
until the attack stops.  The average number of shots fired in a lethal 
force incident is low because in the vast majority of cases, no shots 
are fired.  But in cases where shots are fired, lots of shots are fired.  
Just because the bad guy goes down, does not mean he is out of the 
fight.  The instructor said to keep shooting until he stops wiggling.  
     A technique for moving with your pistol in your hand while 
leaving your support side hand free for other things - hook your 
firing side thumb in your holster.  So now your pistol is pointing 
down as it would be when holstered.  But it's not swinging around.  
NOT appropriate for appendix carry.  
     [I can't read the rest of my notes.  My handwriting is bad.]  
     Mas explains.  
     Knowledge acquisition as opposed to knowledge application.  
     ‟Training is NOT an event, but a process. 
Training is the preparation FOR practice.”  
-- Claude Werner
     And practice is the preparation for combat.  Self-defense is combat.  
----- Practice (how to get competent at that task) -----
     "People rust faster than equipment."  
-- John Hearne
     "I would like to say the secret is practice, practice, practice . . . 
but knowing what to practice and making a training plan is the real key."  
-- Mike Seeklander
"I make guns happier by ensuring their owners are well trained."  
     “Train, Practice, Compete 
are the key elements in the development of humans.”  
-- John M. Buol, Jr.
     “Willingness is a state of mind.  Readiness is a statement of fact!”  
-- Lt. Gen. David M Shoup, USMC Commandant, 1960-1963
     ‶Practice is the small deposits you make over time, 
so that in an emergency, you can make that big withdrawal.″  
-- Chesley Burnett Sullenberger, III
Why practice?  
    “To each there comes in their lifetime a special moment 
when they are figuratively tapped on the shoulder and 
offered the chance to do a very special thing, unique 
to them and fitted to their talents.  What a tragedy if 
that moment finds them unprepared or unqualified for that 
which could have been their finest hour.”  
-- Winston Churchill
     ‟Be careful what you practice.  
Because you will do in combat 
whatever you have practiced, 
no matter how ridiculous.”  
-- ‶Shooting in Self-Defense″ by Sara Ahrens 
*****     *****     ***** Intervention *****     *****     *****
     Suggestions on how to deal with the incident that you failed to avoid.  
Table of contents:  
----- Strategy (deciding on the end state and how to achieve it, 
which tactics to use, which includes walking away) -----
     “How do you win a gunfight?  
Don't be there.”  
-- John Farnam
     You must read this.  
"A Cautionary Tale for CCW Permit Carriers" by Greg Ellifritz
     I took a class from Ralph Mroz in which he taught us how to shoot the bad guy 
who is entangled with the good guy.  You must lock up with the good guy and 
then contact shoot the bad guy to ensure you don't hit the good guy (or yourself).  
Extremely difficult in training.  I couldn't imagine how difficult it would be in real 
     I attempted to teach Ralph's technique in a class at the Palmetto Gun Club in 
South Carolina.  We had to stop.  Someone was going to get hurt.  We really 
needed Red Man suits (heavily padded suits) to conduct the training.  One Red 
Man suit is prohibitively expensive.  Three suits would have been out of the 
question.  And wearing the suit changes everything.  So I guess you have to 
visualize.  Visualization works.  
     Rapes usually take place out of public view.  A rape in a high visibility place, 
such as at the edge of a 4 lane highway is unusual.  Sometimes you have to ask, 
what's wrong with this picture?  
     "You win gunfights by not getting shot."  
-- John Holschen
----- Tactics (maneuver and fire in support of your strategy) ----- 
Awareness, Avoidance, De-Escalation, Escape 
     "Real fights are short."
-- Bruce Lee
     “Fortuitous outcomes reinforce poor tactics.”  
-- Chuck Haggard
     "The shorter the fight, the less hurt you get."
-- John Holschen
----- Techniques -----
Ways to execute a given task in support of your tactics, 
especially when disabled or under stress.  
     "Use only that which works, 
and take it from any place you can find it."
-- Bruce Lee 
"Light Discipline" by Greg Ellifritz
     "Officers need to learn to shoot in the dark, but they also need to 
learn how to search in the dark, handle people in the dark, handcuff 
suspects in the dark, and cover their partners in the dark.  That training 
is exceedingly rare."  
     "Has your “low light” training included any of the following topics?  
– Signaling with the light
– Navigating with the light (both indoors and outdoors)
– Searching (for suspects, victims, or witnesses) with a light
– Utilizing a hand held flashlight and a weapon mounted light 
in concert with each other
– Using  flash and move techniques to move in unpredictable patterns
–  Utilizing indirect lighting tactics (bouncing light)
– How to avoid backlighting yourself or teammates
– How to provide low light first aid to an injured person 
without muzzling the person with your WML
– Using team tactics to create a blinding wall of light to 
allow partners to approach in the dark
– How best to utilize the light as a force multiplier 
(both as an impact weapon and distraction tool)
– How to mask your movements using light"  
     "If your flashlight has a “click switch” that doesn’t allow for a 
push button momentary flash, you need to get a new flashlight."  
     "For a tactical light, you want on and off.  
That’s all the primary switch should control."  
     [Notice that the officer kicks the door correctly.  As a horse 
would kick with a hind leg.  Not as a front thrust kick in Karate. -- Jon Low]  
     Last year at the Guardian Conference, I took 
"Low-Light Pistol" by Matt Little.  This past September, I took 
"Handheld & Weapon Light Manipulations" by Erick Gelhaus.  
Hopefully, this coming September I will be able to take Chuck Haggard's  
Low Light class.  I've been trying for the past two years.  
"Pocket Carry" by the Tactical Professor (Claude Werner)
     Also, must be careful about what is preventing the coat from moving up 
with your holster and pistol.  When your holster is attached to your belt, 
the belt loops on your pants prevent the holster from moving up when you 
pull your pistol up.  What's holding the coat down when you pull your 
pocket pistol up?  
     As Claude says, it's good to have the answer before the test.  
"Low Light Handgun - Gear, Shooting Techniques" by Mike Seeklander
"A Practical Variation Of The Tactical Reload"
by Richard A. Mann
     I listened to the after action report of a Davidson County Sheriff's Office incident.  
A young lady was arrested by two deputies serving an arrest warrant.  The lady was 
very skinny.  So the deputies handcuffed her upper arms above the elbows.  
[In Marine Corps Military Police training, we were taught to overlap the wrists and 
then to put a single handcuff around both wrists.]  The lady was able to escape the 
handcuffs.  She used the open hand cuff to gouge the eye of one of the deputies.  
In the ensuing fight the other deputy kicked the lady in the crotch which would have 
had a certain effect for a male assailant.  In this case however, the kick cracked the 
lady's pelvis.  Death ensued.  No disciplinary action.  
     The point being, just because you don't think you are using lethal force doesn't 
mean it won't kill the subject of your force.  I had never heard of a person dying 
from a kick to the crotch, but it happened.  
     Helpful hint for red dot sights.  Though I disagree with the idea of altering 
your grip.  
"It's not daily increase but daily decrease - hack away at the inessentials!" 
-- Bruce Lee
*****     *****     ***** Postvention *****     *****     *****
Suggestions on how to treat your wounds; avoid prosecution, conviction, and prison time.  
Table of contents:  
----- Aftermath ----- 
You must be alive to have these problems:  criminal and civil liability.  
     “The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, 
but because he loves what is behind him.”
― G.K. Chesterton
     Rebuttal by Tim Schmidt, USCCA.  
"They Are LYING To You (USCCA CEO Confronts Deceptive Claims)" 
by Tim Schmidt
"Stuck In Jail For Self Defense.  USCCA Refused To Cover Self Defense Claim"
by Heavy Duty Country
     In the right hand column, click on the link labeled "Self Defense Insurance".  
Or, the direct link is, 
Read this before you buy insurance.  You need to make an informed decision.  
The various policies are drastically different.  
     "You need to read the fine print." -- Massad Ayoob  
     In the right hand column of this web page, click on "Never Talk To The Police"
or use the direct address 
     “Your understanding and consent are not required 
for someone to take your life, kill your loved ones, 
and destroy all you hold dear.” 
-- William Aprill 
----- Medical -----
     "If you prepare for the emergency,
the emergency ceases to exist!"
-- Sherman House
"Why Do Democrats Hate Children?  Dems Block Whole Milk For School Kids" 
by Docent
     Most everything [the government] taught [you] about healthy diets was wrong.  
----- Survival -----
     "If you stay fit, you do not have to get fit. 
If you stay trained, you do not have to get trained. 
If you stay prepared, you do not have to get prepared."
-- Robert Margulies
*****     *****     ***** Education *****     *****     *****
Table of contents:  
     "You will never get smarter or broaden your horizons 
if you're unwilling to learn from others and read."
-- Becca Martin
"Weekend Knowledge Dump" by Greg Ellifritz
     From the continuing education at Allied Universal Security Services.  
     On September 11th of 2021, 90% of the people in the World Trade Center 
evacuated safely.  [This should be considered a significant success.]  
     Work place homicides:  
85% Criminal (outsider, stranger) 
 7% Worker on worker (both parties employed at venue) 
 5% Domestic (domestic dispute that spilled over into the work place) 
 3% Customer / client 
[So security should primarily be facing outward with the goal of preventing 
the bad persons from entering.]  
"Weekend Knowledge Dump- December 22, 2023" by Greg Ellifritz
     Free NRA memberships for active duty military.  
     "Cogito, ergo armatum sum." (I think, therefore armed am I.)
-- John Farnam
----- Legal -----
     "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. 
It is wholly inadequate for the governance of any other.
-- John Adams, October 11, 1798
"4 Cases That Examine if a Shot in the Back Is Murder or Self-Defense"
by Massad Ayoob
"Shot in the Back!  How does it happen?"
by Greg Ellifritz
"Supreme Court Is Taking On Federal Overreach" by Gun Owners of America
     This is significant.  
     Transfer of intent.  
by Andrew Branca
"Law of Self Defense" by Andrew Branca (free book, just pay shipping)
"The 5 Elements of Self Defense" by Andrew Branca (free of charge) 
"… laughing with delight!" by John Farnam
     Remember that Prosecutor Glen Funk never prosecuted the Black Lives Matter 
or Antifa rioters and arsonists, but did prosecute Police Officer Andrew Delke 
who shot a violent repeat offender who pointed a gun at Delke.  
     You better have a good self-defense insurance policy that will actually pay 
your attorney in full up front.  You can't depend on the organization you work for 
to pick up the tab for your legal expenses.  
     When you shoot the terrorist, don't expect to be hailed as the hero.  Remember, 
we are in Davidson County.  Every focus group / mock jury drawn from Davidson 
County convicted Delke.  That's why he was forced to accept a plea deal.  
     Even the people we protect are by and large flaming liberals who will be very 
upset that you killed the poor little boy, who came from a bad home, and was 
misunderstood.  Just listen to the way they talk at the front desk.  
     Be mentally prepared.  All of the law enforcement agencies say that it's coming.  
     “Your character is what you do when no one is looking.”  
-- Thomas Jefferson
"Glynn Simmons declared innocent after serving 48 years in prison – believed 
to be the longest of any exoneree" by Dakin Andone
     Don Roberts and Glynn Simmons were convicted in 1975 for capital murder.  
Don Roberts is released on parole in 2008, because he confessed to the 
crime and accepted responsibility for the crime.  Glynn Simmons refused 
to lie to the parole board and so did not get paroled.  So the honorable 
person is in prison until 2023, while the criminal gets out in 2008.  
You see how perverse our judicial system is.  (Roberts may have been 
innocent too for all we know.  He just wanted to get out of prison.)  
     You think the prosecutors will ever get charged for the crimes they 
committed to get the false conviction?  What world do you live in?  
     Simmons had eye witnesses testify that he was in Louisiana at the time 
of the murder.  So you can be hundreds of miles away, in a different state, 
and still get convicted.  
     So you really think you're helping yourself by being the first to call 
911 and staying at the scene?  Maybe you're helping the prosecutor.  
     You want to avoid all interaction with the police and prosecutors.  
You must have a competent powerful connected attorney who will 
prevent the police from putting you in a line up.  You must have a 
competent powerful connected attorney who will work the system to 
your benefit.  That takes money.  None of us have enough money.  
But if you're smart, you have an insurance policy or attorneys on 
retainer (they cost no more than an insurance policy).  Of course, you 
must have an insurance policy that will pay your attorney in full 
up front.  Some won't.  Due diligence.  
"Utter Incompetence By Female Officer Led To This" by Andrew Branca
TO TAKE AWAY 2A RIGHTS . . ." by Mark Smith
    “Is there no virtue among us?  
If there is not, we are without hope!
No form of government, existing nor theoretical, will keep us from harm.
To think that any government, in any form, will insure liberty and happiness 
for a dishonorable population represents the height of self-deception.”  
-- James Madison, 1788
----- Instruction -----
     Colonel Robert Lindsey to his fellow trainers:  
"We are not God's gift to our students.  
Our students are God's gift to us."  
----- Instructors -----
the students who require the extra effort 
are the ones who need us the most!"
-- John Farnam
     "You must teach skill sustainment as part of training."  
-- John Hearne
     Welcome to America.  
     Be careful what you teach.  
Because your students will do in combat
whatever you have trained them to do, 
no matter how ridiculous.
-- "Shooting in Self-Defense" by Sara Ahrens
----- Andragogy -----
     ‟An instructor should not expect any learning to take 
place the first time new information is presented.”  
-- ‶Building Shooters″ by Dustin Salomon
     “The most valuable resource that all teachers have is each other.  
Without collaboration, our growth is limited to our own perspectives.”  
-- Robert John Meehan
----- Gear -----
And the safe storage thereof.  
     “Mission drives the gear train.”
-- Pat Rogers
     I want one of these.  
"30-Round M4 Magazines" by John Farnam
"Is the Meprolight FT Bullseye a Red dot killer? UPDATED"
     Attached is the link to Shield Arms’ website. 
They’re the company I told you about that makes 
steel, double stack magazines for Glock’s slimline pistols, 
such as the 48, 43x, etc. 
Not cheap, but I’ve been very pleased with mine. 
Best Regards,
"The Budget EDC Pistol Buyer’s Guide" by Patrick Sweeney 
     Inexpensive does not necessarily mean low quality.  With the more well 
known brands, a lot of times you're paying for the brand name, which means 
you're paying for the cost of marketing and advertisement.  
"The FBI Said This is the Best Handgun (and Why They’re Wrong)"
by TFB TV (James Reeves)
     The Sig Sauer trigger guards collapsed into the trigger when 
struck by a mallet, rendering the pistol inoperable.  [I have used 
(not just played with) these two Sig pistols.  This just doesn't 
pass the smell test. -- Jon Low]  
      The reliability results for the Glocks are wrong for the reasons 
given in the article.  
Hat tip to Greg Ellifritz.  
Hi Stephen,
     Concerning, "I've never used S&B ammo myself and recall some reports 
of issues with very hard primer cups in some of their handgun rounds."  
     Yes, I have found the primers of their pistol ammunition (and European 
ammo in general) to be much harder / thicker than American made ammo.  
That's why the Croatian made HS2000 (Springfield Armory XD) pistols 
will drive a pencil into the ceiling, while American made pistols will barely 
pop the pencil out of the barrel when fired up with the eraser end against 
the firing pin.  The European pistol manufacturers all seem to take into 
account the harder primers of European ammunition.  That's why I carry 
the SA XD.  I know the striker will hit the primer hard enough to detonate 
any ammunition that I may be using.  (Because you never know when you 
might find yourself in a fire fight in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan using ammo 
manufactured in Pakistan.  Consider how blessed you are that the ammo 
fit your pistol.  Can't complain about how hard the primers are.)  
"An Introductory Guide to the Identification of Small Arms, Light Weapons, 
and Associated Ammunition"
by N.R. Jenzen-Jones and Matt Schroeder
Free download.  
Hat tip to Greg Ellifritz.  
Hat tip to Matthew Moss.  
     Strong magnets for free?  Old computer disk drives are effectively free.  
Tear them apart and take the magnets.  An excellent way to keep your pistol 
in your holster.  
CCI Blazer Brass 9mm 115gr FMJ Ammo
1000 round case for $249.99 plus tax and shipping to your location, 
so you got to go through the shopping cart to get a total.  
Fiocchi 9mm 115gr FMJ Ammo
1000 round case for $249.99 plus tax and shipping to your location, 
so you got to go through the shopping cart to get a total.  
Galco, 25% off site wide
Use code:  12days
All 30 round magazines 25% off
use code:  ETS30RD
     30 round mag for my Glock 21 for $15.  Can't go wrong.  
Not concealable, but concealability is only for defensive pistolcraft.  
100 Round Bags $24.99 (25¢ per round) plus tax and shipping
Use code VIP10 for 10% off.  
Manufacturer: Unlimited Ammo
Ammo Condition: Certified Select (Guaranteed Once Shot Brass)
Bulk Orders: For orders over 5,000 rounds, contact us for discounted pricing.
     “Your car is not a holster.” 
-- Pat Rogers
     *****     *****     *****  Cryptology *****     *****     *****
     "Arms discourage and keep the invader and plunderer in awe, 
and preserve order in the world as well as property.  
Horrid mischief would ensue were the law-abiding deprived of their use." 
-- Thomas Paine
     Cryptosystems are considered "arms" by federal law, ITAR, 
International Traffic in Arms Regulations.  That means cryptosystems are 
covered by the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  Never let the 
government infringe on your right to keep and bear cryptosystems, to 
include homemade cryptosystems.  To include publishing cryptology 
in the open-source literature.  Information wants to be free!  
[ lem-nis-kit, lem-nis-keyt, -kit ]
noun Analytic Geometry.
a plane curve generated by the locus of the point at which a variable 
tangent to a rectangular hyperbola intersects a perpendicular from the 
center to the tangent.  
-- Random House Dictionary of the English Language
"String Theory gets Competition:  
A New Attempt to Solve Physics' Biggest Mystery"
by Sabine Hossenfelder
Cited papers, 
     "A Postquantum Theory of Classical Gravity?" by Jonathan Oppenheim
     "Gravitationally induced decoherence vs space-time diffusion:  
testing the quantum nature of gravity" by 
Jonathan Oppenheim, Carlo Sparaciari, Barbara Šoda, and Zachary Weller-Davies 
     Table top experiments, which means you will be able to use this in your cryptology.  
     "Computer science has nothing to do with computers or science."  
-- Donald Knuth
by Keegan Ryan, Kaiwen He, George Arnold Sullivan, and Nadia Heninger
"What's the curse of the Schwarz lantern?" by Mathologer
     Computer graphics.  The light doesn't reflect correctly.  Do you see how one can 
use this against radar?  
Bruce's newsletter, 
     "Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood.  
Life is not easy for any of us.  But what of that?  We must have 
perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves.  We must 
believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing 
must be attained."  
-- Marie Curie
"Layer 2 vs Layer 3 Switches" by Power Cert Animated Videos
"How Does Linux Boot Process Work?" by ByteByteGo
"The Hack That Made China a Superpower:  Operation Shady Rat"
by CyberNews
     All the back channels are still open.  (No one has expended the time and 
effort to close these channels.)  
     When I worked at Lockheed Martin Adanced Technology Laboratories, 
we made such things.  I remember going to a meeting at IBM.  They 
referred to them as "Intelligent Agents".  
     I suspect our biggest problem is our FBI Counter Intelligence section.  
They are riddled with spies, like Charles McGonigal and Sergey Shestakov.  
Only 4 years in prison.  What an amazing plea deal.  
     You ever wonder why Texas' electric grid went down in January and February 
of 2021?  Texas has a grid separate from the rest of the U.S. to protect them 
from being pulled down when the rest of the U.S. power grid fails.  So when 
Texas got attacked, their separation prevented the rest of the U.S. power grid 
from failing with them.  How kind of them.  Texans are thoughtful people.  
Tennessee has the Tennessee Valley Authority.  It will be interesting to see 
how fast they are able to disconnect from the rest of the U.S. power grid 
during the next attack.  (Disconnect the computers, not the power lines.)  
     Oh, so you were sweeping and found a bug (and an interesting one at that).  
Best not to dig it out of the wall and kill it.  Don't want the enemy to know 
that you know about it.  Might want to feed it (false info)?  But then the enemy  
will figure out that you know about it.  Let's just turn it off, gently.  
     It's wintertime and cold.  Thermal stress will break the microscopic wires 
in the IC chips.  Get a "Presto Heat Dish + Tilt" from Costco for under $100.  
This is not a space heater.  It will not warm the air in the room.  It is a heating 
element with a parabolic reflector.  It heats things up.  
     The wires will crack in about 30 thermal cycles.  So you can get this done 
in a month.  When you come into work, turn the heater on the bug.  When you 
go home at the end of the day, make sure to turn the air conditioning off.  
     Just a suggestion.  Let your imagination run wild.  
"Little Maggie by Nik & Sam - Bluegrass Music Hideaway"
     "Staff, what's the purpose of all the stuff listed?"  
     Answers to questions.  
     "Premature optimization is the root of all evil."  
-- Donald Knuth
     *****     *****     *****  Intelligence   *****     *****     *****
     "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."  
-- Second Amendment, U.S. Constitution 
     The art and practice of Intelligence is an arm.  
Never let anyone take it from you.  
"Air Force Releases Damning Intel Leak Report" by Ward Carroll
     Sensitive sources and methods.  That's why citing open source is so important.  
Evil POGs will always claim that you revealed classified information.  That's how 
they fight.  That's how they get your clearance revoked.  
"Good habits and skill beat luck every time."
-- Sheriff Jim Wilson
     Our government calls this a Joint Intelligence Bulletin.  But there is no actionable 
intelligence in it.  In fact, there is no intelligence in it at all.  It's just propaganda.  
     On 12 December 2023, the United States Department of Homeland Security 
(DHS), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the National 
Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) released a Joint Intelligence Bulletin (JIB).  
(U) Scope 
(U//FOUO) This Joint Intelligence Bulletin (JIB) warns law enforcement, 
first responder, emergency management, and private sector partners of 
possible threats to public gatherings throughout the winter, which likely 
are amplified by ongoing tensions related to the conflict between Israel 
and Hamas.  Possible threats will likely emanate from lone offenders, 
including domestic violent extremists (DVEs), homegrown violent 
extremists (HVEs), and hate crime actors.  Hate crime investigations, 
particularly of incidents with an anti-Jewish bias were increasing before 
the 7 October attack in Israel and have spiked since the start of the conflict.  
DHS, FBI, and NCTC note that previous attacks in the United States have 
occurred with little or no warning.  This JIB is provided to assist federal, 
state, local, tribal, and territorial counterterrorism and law enforcement 
officials and private sector security partners in effectively deterring, 
preventing, preempting, or responding to extremist violence in the United States.
(U//FOUO) Elevated Threat of Violence Targeting Public Gatherings
(U//FOUO) DHS, FBI, and NCTC assess that ongoing tensions related to the 
conflict between Israel and Hamas likely heighten the threat of lone offender 
violence targeting large public gatherings throughout the winter, including 
holiday-related, faith-based, New Year’s Eve, and First Amendment-protected 
events related to the conflict.  These targets likely remain attractive to lone 
offenders inspired by a range of ideologies due to the accessibility and 
symbolic nature of the gatherings.  
(U//FOUO) Since the Hamas attack on Israel on 7 October, various foreign 
terrorist media organizations have called for lone offender attacks in the 
United States.  Throughout the winter, foreign terrorist media will likely 
continue to frame the conflict between Israel and Hamas as part of a wider 
anti-Muslim religious war.  As in previous years, particularly leading up to 
religious holidays, foreign terrorist media may increase calls for violence 
against Jewish or Christian gatherings.  
(U//FOUO) Racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists (RMVEs) 
driven by a belief in the superiority of the white race pose the most probable 
lethal DVE threat to faith-based gatherings.  Since the start of the Israel-Hamas 
conflict, some online users have increased calls for violence on social media 
platforms, celebrating attacks on the Jewish community, expressing support 
for Hamas, and stating that attacks could serve as an inspiration for RMVEs 
in the West, according to a nongovernmental organization that tracks violent 
extremism online.  
(U//FOUO) HVEs or DVEs may seek to disrupt or escalate violence at large 
gatherings, high-profile events, or symbolic or religious locations throughout 
the winter.  Such gatherings could become a convenient target for those inspired 
to commit violence against Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Arab communities.  
These venues may also present opportunities for clashes with ideological 
opponents.  Individuals have made online threats of violence against protests 
in response to the ongoing conflict, according to a nongovernmental 
organization that tracks violent extremism online, indicating an increased 
threat of violence toward otherwise first amendment-protected events.  
(U//FOUO) Hate crime perpetrators have also played a role in violence and 
threats of violence at public gatherings.  The FBI has seen a spike in reporting 
on potential hate crimes or other criminal violations from the public, local 
law enforcement partners, and other private or public sector partners since 
7 October.  Most notably, hate crime perpetrators have targeted public 
protests, free speech activities at higher educational institutions, and houses 
of worship.  
(U//FOUO) Potential Attackers Will Probably Rely on Simple Weapons
(U//FOUO) Lone offenders seeking to attack public gatherings will probably 
rely on simple weapons to target easily accessible events.  Historically, 
lone offenders have used simple, easy-to acquire weapons, like firearms, 
knives, and vehicles to target public gatherings, which have fewer observable 
indicators of potential violence.  Threat actors could also leverage nonviolent 
tactics, including hoax bomb and active shooter threats, to disrupt and delay 
operations of targeted facilities or gatherings.  
(U//FOUO) Lone offenders using simple weapons remain a concern due to 
their ability to avoid detection and to inflict significant casualties with little 
expertise, access, or training.  Threat actors probably view holiday gatherings 
and symbolic religious events as attractive targets due to publicized meeting 
times and locations, the open nature of participation, and varying levels of 
security.  Religious and holiday gatherings may also be held in nontraditional 
houses of worship, such as movie theaters, office buildings, schools, and in 
homes, which may not have a large security presence.  
(U//FOUO) Since the start of the Israel-Hamas conflict, we have observed 
an increase in hoax bomb and active shooter threats targeting synagogues 
across the United States, likely intended to disrupt services and intimidate 
congregants.  In some instances, hoax threats and other public safety 
concerns have spurred cancellations of gatherings linked to Jewish, Christian, 
and Muslim events, individuals, or organizations.  
(U) Outlook
(U//FOUO) Calls for violence will probably increase in the days leading 
up to the holidays and before other notable events this winter.  Factors that 
could further exacerbate the threat of violence include escalations in the 
conflict between Israel and Hamas and notable instances of violence in the 
Homeland inspiring copycat or retaliatory attacks.  
(U//FOUO) DHS, FBI, and NCTC urge state and local authorities, 
as well as private sector security partners, to promptly report suspicious 
activities potentially related to violent extremist activity, including indications 
of possible online radicalization to violence and mobilization for attacks.  
DHS, FBI, and NCTC direct public safety partners to the unclassified booklet 
“US Violent Extremist Mobilization Indicators 2021 Edition,” which includes 
additional possible indicators of mobilization to violence.  These indicators 
apply to all ideologically motivated, US-based violent extremists.  
     Look at how many words can be spewed out without transmitting any 
information.  Everyone has a purpose in life, even if it's to be an example 
of what not to do.  
     This "Joint Intelligence Bulletin" was not signed, because the authors 
did not want to be associated with it.  It's embarrassing.  
"The Tucker Carlson Encounter: Dave Grusch"
Bigelow Aerospace
     This is a big problem.  
     Actually, the details on how to make nuclear weapons is public knowledge.  
     Can't bid on contracts if you don't have the information to bid on the contract.  
If you don't know that the contract exits.  Who are the companies on the inside?  
Lockheed Martin for one.  
     I had similar reprisals launched against me.  When I pushed back, the NSA 
representative said that he wouldn't tell me who accused me because they were 
afraid I would kill them.  
     "They can't even bring in the right people."  
     "Sub rosa under the noise floor."  
     Why so big?  Because it's easy to steal from big programs.  
     Tennessee U.S. Representative Tim Burchett, 
I take the protection of TN politicians very personally.  
     Guice Vanderlinden (Punahou '77) was killed by the Air Force.  
His parents had a very hard time recovering his remains.  
     The moral decay and the decay in leadership.  
     You're not the only ones using electronic warfare.  
"Suspected Foreign Gangs Breaking Into American Homes, 
Multi-Antenna Device and Advanced Tactics Points to 
Chilling Reality" by Western Journal. 
Hat tip to Docent.  
    Oakland County, just north of Detroit’s Wayne County in the southeast corner 
of the state, has been the scene of high-profile home robberies by a suspected 
international crime organization that appears to be drawing members mainly 
from the South American country of Chile.  
    What makes the group particularly dangerous is its practice of using jamming 
devices to incapacitate security systems and cellular phone communications in 
the target homes.  
"Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Nawaf dies with successor named" by Reuters 
     In case you don't understand what's going on.  
     In case you don't understand what's going on in the White House.  
"Media Blackout As 120K Christians Forcibly Starved, Exiled From Homes"
by Roman Balmakov
     Yes, many battles around the world.  All the same war.  
"FBI Chief Behind "Trump-Russia Collusion" Gets 4 Years In Prison For 
Colluding With Russian" by Roman Balmakov
     Primary source documents linked in section below the video.  
     Charles McGonigal, where have we heard that name before?  Oh yes, 
he has been causing us trouble for decades.  Our friends in ONI have 
been trying to get him canned for at least a decade.  But, the agencies 
protect their own.  
"A Supreme Court Drops Trump Election Surprise" by Roman Balmakov
Primary sources cited below the video.  
     You must understand these things so as to make an intelligent decision as to 
whose side to take when the shooting starts.  As the German General said during 
Operation Valkyrie (German: Unternehmen Walküre), "Yes, it's a coup.  But whose 
side are we on?"  
"We Mostly HATE Each Other" | What It's Really Like Working at CIA
by Andrew Bustamante
“If you are reading this and can’t put your hand on your defensive firearm, 
all of your training is wasted.” -- Col. Jeff Cooper
"Dining with Cannibals!  The mood in Western Europe."  
by John Farnam
     If you think the leadership of the NRA is fucked up, 
consider the leadership of the USPSA 
(hardly the American branch of IPSC anymore).  
Ronald Reagan versus Antifa
     Funny, my graduate advisor told me the same thing.  
Prof. Neil Frazer said that the M.S. was the working professional degree.  
The Ph.D. was really only good for academia.  
     There was a meme floating around the internet, 
"We protested to tax the rich.  Why is my rent going up?"  
Ronald Reagan explains, 
     Trump explains, 
Nick Freitas on how laws are used in politics.  
"Jim Jordan Grills Top DOJ Official Kristen Clarke 
About Lawsuit Against Elon Musk's SpaceX"
     Brandon's DOJ attacking Elon Musk because he hires too many 
U.S. Citizens and permanent residents (green card holders), 
as opposed to asylum seekers and refugees.  
     Space X employees have to handle information sensitive to 
our national security.  
     Christian cinema.  
 "The Shift" | Official Theatrical Trailer |  by Angel Studios
A modern retelling of the story of Job.  Does not follow the Book of Job.  
     In case you don't understand the transexual agenda.  
"Leftism in Action:  Tranny Threatens School Shootings, Rapes" 
by Docent
     “There’s a lot of transgenders out here that are tired of being picked on, 
and we’re going to go into the schools and we’re going to kill their fucking 
children out here, and that’s the end of it,” Willie allegedly said on a video 
call in August, according to the prosecution’s charging document.  
     I always get a sentimental feeling when leaving a house for the last time.  
I pity those who don't.  
     Col. Greg Kitchens recommends.  
"Where Have All the Cowboys Gone:  
Madness, Mayhem, and the Making of America"
by Prioleau Alexander
ISBN-10‏: ‎ 173290667X
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1732906679
"You Want Fries with That?:  
A White-Collar Burnout Experiences Life at Minimum Wage"
by Prioleau Alexander
ISBN-10: ‎ 1611450454
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1611450453
They Don't Call It the Submission Process for Nothing:  
A Rookie Author's Rookie Year"
by Prioleau Alexander
ISBN-10: ‎ 1732256713
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1732256712
"DIE in the Air" by Steve Sailer
     The FAA is relaxing standards for air traffic controllers in order 
to create a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce.  
     Trust or lack thereof.  
     “You can’t truly call yourself ‘peaceful’
unless you are capable of great violence.  
If you’re not capable of violence, you’re not peaceful, 
you’re harmless.  Important distinction.”  
-- Stef Starkgaryen 
"Tucker Carlson's Message to Men"  
     "Women won't marry men who make less than they do."  
     "I wish it were enough to be charming at dinner."  
     Life expectancy down.  It is a red flag.  
     Suicide is way up.  It is a red flag.  
     In case you don't understand the IRS.  
"Rebels Use 3D Printed Guns to Seize Rockets and Tanks"
by Liberty Doll
     This is significant.  
     I wonder if Elon Musk knows that he is doing what Jesus told the 
wealthy prince to do.  
     Fashion hack.  
     In case you don't understand how the enemy thinks.  
     Well, the female friend made it into the big time.  She appears in the movie, 
"Lady Ballers" at 2:13 / 1:52:17.  She's the one in the red sweater and glasses.  
     My friend at work has a daughter who appears in a couple of music videos.  
Deirks Bently “Am I the only one” and
Blake Shelton “Who are you when I’m not looking”
     She is the young lady with dark hair and Middle Eastern features.  
Semper Fidelis,
Jonathan D. Low
Radio:  KI4SDN

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